Take a breather with this curated Malaysian Food 101 experience at the off the beaten tourists path, under your Google search radar. No throng of busses, no selfie sticks, only locals doing their day-to-day activities. When you're tired of the city, make way to the burbs to catch locals in action. Recommended at the beginning of your trip for easy gastronomy maneuvering during the rest of your adventure in Malaysia! You will get to indulge the must-try multiracial Malaysians dishes (Read; don't leave Malaysia without tasting these) and delve how each race in Malaysia have influence in how each dish turns out. Brace yourself for at least 5 types of main dishes, 7 types of drinks, cold dessert and hot dessert for a solo traveller. More dish variations in a larger group as you get to share without feeling full fast. To date, only one guest holds the All Finisher title, you are welcomed to seize the title. :D Local fruit testing. Seasonal fruits will only be available during specific time. (Durian / Mangosteen/ Longan) Let me know if you have particular fruits that you want to try! I am more than willing to help you tick off some of the items in your food bucket list or simply fulfilling your wish or craving like trying out durian, eating Korean food or hunting sambal for souvenir.
It started with my interest to venture out of the city and everything non-touristy to see where locals hang out when travelling abroad to see their day-to-day life. I've already working part time as human Remy of Ratatouille, scurrying from one eateries to another trying new food joints, recreating my favourites at home and selling pavlovas online. I love how our multiracial setting in Malaysia influence the food we eat and I want to to share it with you. This Airbnb experience is further inspired from bringing my Airbnb home guests to local hangouts to save them from tourist traps they found out online written by other travellers who thought it's delicious because they never tasted the real thing. All these local ventures need insider's tip and I'm that insider. See you at the burbs!
Some of the dishes you get to try ; (depends on the number of guests and time slot) Nasi Lemak Satay (Fish, Beef,…
Quench your thirst Teh Tarik / with grass jelly Barley (optional Lime) Coconut Juice Cham Variety of sirap drinks Lime…
Bamboo straws and straw cleaner made from pineapple fibre in batik case to support sustainable and green movement.
Dubbed Brooklyn, Hongdae and Haji Lane of Malaysia by my past guests, SS15 Subang Jaya is the hub for good food, latest happenings, and the birthplace of new trends such as The Boba Street with more than 10 bubble tea shops cause why settled with one? The locals, the hip, the young and the gold call it "Fifteen". All the points we will visit are locals personal favourites, all within walking distance.
最多可接待4位参与者，无年龄限制。 * Dress code * Wear baggy top, A-cut preferably, to make room for tummy expansion Stretchable pants, adjustable at the waist area are the best pants. Think drawstring! Wear comfortable shoes. The kind with roller is the best. So…
If you have plan on the same day, please let me know in advance because this experience usually last longer than the stated time :) Wear baggy tops preferably at the tummy area & stretchable/adjustable pants, (read: drawstring!) Shoes with wheels are highly recommended to carry additional weight.