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[SG EATS] Malaysian Food Places in Singapore to Satisfy Your Taste of Home Cravings

Malaysia is used to be a popular weekend getaway of choice for almost everyone who reside in Singapore. Due to COVID-19 , we are unable to travel and Malaysians are unable to go home to visit their families. Many of us misses the favorable exchange rate and the delicious Malaysian food from all over Malaysia. I do miss the taste of home and explored Malaysian food places in Singapore. Here are the places to go to satisfy your hometown cravings: Continue reading [SG EATS] Malaysian Food Places in Singapore to Satisfy Your Taste of Home Cravings

[SG EATS] Wai Hai Lou (外海楼) – Cantonese Restaurant in Chinatown Food Street

Wai Hai Lou is an authentic Cantonese restaurant is the hidden gem in the heart of Chinatown Food Street. The restaurant offers classic Cantonese dish such as freshly made Chee Cheong Fun and signature Pork Knuckle Noodles. We were here recently to try out some of their dishes. Continue reading [SG EATS] Wai Hai Lou (外海楼) – Cantonese Restaurant in Chinatown Food Street

[IPOH EATS] 14 Must-Try Street Food in Ipoh | Malaysia

Ipoh, located just about an hour’s drive from Penang, is a hidden street food gem in Malaysia. It earned its place on Lonely Planet’s list of the top Asian destinations to visit a few years ago. If you’re looking for a delectable ‘makan trip’ or a food trail, I highly recommend exploring Ipoh over a weekend getaway. The hotels here is also reasonable priced and you can get a decent hotel below S$100 per night. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] 14 Must-Try Street Food in Ipoh | Malaysia

[IPOH EATS] Ipoh Famous Chee Cheong Fun At Canning Garden – Son Took Over

Chee Cheong Fun stall located at Canning Garden, Ipoh was well-known by the locals away from the tourist hubs. Chee Cheong Fun, or we called it steamed rice noodles are known for breakfast choice by the locals. There are many decent chee cheong fun stalls in Ipoh but this particular stall at Canning Garden serves it on metal plates and traditional sauces. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Ipoh Famous Chee Cheong Fun At Canning Garden – Son Took Over