I Love Yoo is a Malaysian breakfast chain that specializes in youtiao (fried dough sticks) and rice porridge. I’m really not sure why it’s not called “I Love You,” since youtiao is almost always spelled starting with y-o-u and not y-o-o, but that’s neither here nor there.
Lot 10 Hutong is a rare thing — a food court in a mall that everyone says you need to check out.
I know what you’re thinking: a food court? Really? But you won’t find any fast food joints here. Lot 10’s food court features a bunch of well-regarded local restaurants all crammed into one place.
I wasn’t really planning on revisiting McDonald’s in Malaysia, but I was walking by one and saw that they had a lychee sundae, and I figured sure, why not?
I stumbled onto Koon Kee Wan Tan Mee completely at random while wandering around Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown. I was basically just looking for a place that was busy; if you don’t have anywhere specific in mind, following the crowd is generally a good idea.
If you look at a map of Kuala Lumpur, you’ll notice a huge green area right in the middle of the city. This area features several museums, a bunch of parks, and more. I was checking out a few museums in the area, and all of a sudden: monkeys.
Every now and then I eat something that really rocks my world. The nasi lemak with ayam goreng at Village Park Restaurant was one of those things. Holy moly, it was so good.
I’m not gonna lie, I had very low expectations for Ah Cheng Laksa.
I had just arrived at Kuala Lumpur’s Sentral Station, which is attached to a fairly large mall. I was about to head to my hotel; it was late, and I wanted to get a quick bite to eat before I checked in.
Well, that’s that for Malaysia, and for the whole trip (insert sad emoji here). Here’s a few pictures from Malaysia, and then this blog shall (sadly) go into hibernation until the next time I travel.