Kuala Lumpur Walking Food Tour



Satisfy your appetite with authentic, local approved, Malaysian cuisine on this food tour of Kuala Lumpur.

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Kuala Lumpur Walking Food Tour

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indian food you may try during your kuala lumpur food tour

Things You Can Do Here

  • Try local food through the eyes of a Malaysian as your local guide brings you around streets you may otherwise never discover on your own.
  • Witness and taste Malaysia’s food diversity with your very own eyes during this KL food tour trip.
  • Visit the Indian influenced neighbourhood of Brickfields for some Indian and Muslim cuisine.
  • Visit the Chinatown Kuala Lumpur and sample a delightful meal of Chinese noodles and refreshing sugarcane juice.
  • End your tour with a relaxing coffee break at an old school coffee house, and see the city’s history in photos put up on the walls.
  • Have a question about this tour? Check the tour info for a glimpse of what’s waiting for you.

NOTE: This is a walking food tour. Travelling between the two areas is via the LRT train.

sizzling chinese food you may try in chinatown during your kuala lumpur food tour

Tour Info


  •  This area is home to the “Little India” with lines of shops selling spices, clothes and anything related to the race.
  • Brickfields is also famous for its South Indian, “banana leaf” meal shops, which are relatively cheap and extremely satisfying.
  • Since the area is full of Indian restaurants, you can find all kinds of curry and dhal based meals, hence the need for an experienced local guide to get you the best bang for your bucks.


  • This lively Chinese area is well known for its night market and rows of hawker street food.
  • When it comes to traditional Chinese food in the city, this area  is the best place to be, with some restaurants still standing here for over half a century.
  • Sample the hokkien mee, beef noodles, roasted ducks or wantan mee hand-made and served fresh daily.