The reasons people go travelling vary – to tick off places on their bucket list, to visit far-away friends and family, or to party hard. But from time to time, all travellers will look for a bit of peace and quiet – somewhere to sit back, relax and reflect on their experiences so far. For when that moment comes, we’ve picked five of the quietest, most relaxing places you can visit. Check them out:
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Visiting Jalan Alor and want to try Chinese food in Kuala Lumpur? I recommend going to Jalan Alor. This area is over near Bukit Bintang so you can get off at this subway station if you are traveling from another area.
Why visit Jalan Alor? There are so many street food stalls of local Chinese food and other cuisines such as Malay and Thai. Beer is also served at many of the food stalls. Just walk down the street and enjoy the many street food vendors selling a variety of local cuisines! Here, you will get to try Chinese food in Kuala Lumpur.
I never heard much about Ipoh until I spoke to a Malaysian friend who boasted it had some of the best food in Malaysia. If you ask many Malaysian people, they will tell you there is delicious food in Ipoh. Apparently, it is famous for the bean sprouts as well as the local chicken. The food in Ipoh is influenced by Hakka and Hokkien cuisines. From KL, it is only two hours away. I was fortunate enough to have one of my local friends drive us there but there are buses that go there.
I know I mentioned Penang was the food capital of Malaysia. Since I've been in Kuala Lumpur, I've found so many good eateries. Thanks to the help of locals I've found some great places to eat and noticed I had so many foodie pictures. I decided to create this post to highlight my last week of culinary delight!