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STREET FOOD PARADISE IN LONDON


WE ARE A TRADITIONAL HAWKER CONCEPT WITH QUALITY FOOD

The myriad spices & ingredients reflect the region’s rich history of travellers, spice traders & merchants from all over the world

CHICKEN SUI MAI

THE ISLAND OF STREET FOOD DISHES


MOUTH-WATERING MENU

FOOD ISLAND FANTASY AT PENINSULA

BEEF RENDANG

DIM  SUM PLATTER

MUTTON ROLLS

KOPI TARIK

CHICKEN CURRY

DUCK  ROLLS

TEH TARIK

TEH AIS

TEH O AIS LIMAU

MILO AIS

ABOUT MALAYSIA

The country is actually made up of two separate regions: Peninsula Malaysia and the island of Borneo. The latter is known for its sprawling rainforest which is over 140 million years old and home to endangered species like the orangutan. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. Currently, over 1.73 million people live in the skyscraping metropolis. In 2019, Kuala Lumpur was rated the 6th most visited city in the world. The geography of the country is interesting; with the region spanning across mountain ranges, cave networks, and dense rainforests.


The economy of Malaysia is classified as the 4th largest in all Southeast Asia. In 2019, the country’s GDP was 364.7 billion USD. Malaysia currently has one of the most ‘open’ economies in the world. It readily accepts trade and investment opportunities, which has resulted in around 40% of the country’s jobs being linked to export activities. Malaysia has also significantly decreased the amount of poverty that used to be prevalent throughout the region. Some of its biggest industries include electronics, pharmaceuticals, petroleum production, and rubber and palm oil processing. The property market in Malaysia is also becoming increasingly attractive. From luxury apartments in Kuala Lumpur to plush Rumah kondo properties, newcomers to the country have plenty to choose from.


Malaysia is well-known for being one of the most multicultural countries in Southeast Asia. 

The population is a blend of Chinese, Indian, and native Malay people. This is reflected in the country’s architecture, which is an eclectic mix of different styles and influences. The most practiced religions in the country include Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam. Weaving, carving, and silversmithing are considered the traditional Malaysian arts. Once again, the country’s cuisine has been massively influenced by its diverse population. Its traditional dishes take inspiration from each culture within Malaysia. For example, Malay cooks may incorporate culinary styles from Chinese practice when recreating their own native dishes.

That’s pretty much everything you need to know about Malaysia. This country is truly wonderful, boasting a multicultural population and megadiverse environment. If you are thinking about visiting or moving there any time soon, just make sure to prepare yourself for the humid climate!


Truly Malaysia