Eat, See, Sleep: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Aside from being totally awesome, the staff here at Roomorama are always in-the-know when it comes to the best local spots. Eat, See, Sleep profiles the most delicious eats, coolest to-dos and most unique Roomorama properties, according to members of our team!

NAMERudi Tham

TITLE: Business Development Executive

ABOUT: Rudi was born in Singapore and pursued his A levels in Kuwait. He then ventured over to Kuala Lumpur, a place he grew to love as home, to attend college. Rudi currently lives in Singapore with his lovely wife and adorable 2-year old son.

Nasi Lemak

Pandan Nasi Lemak served with deep fried anchovies, peanut and sambal. Photo courtesy of Songket Restaurant’s Facebook page.

EAT: One of my favorite places to eat in Kuala Lumpur is Songket Restaurant. This joint serves up the most delicious traditional Malay food you will ever taste. My all-time favorite Malay dish is nasi lemak and Songket’s is delicious. What is nasi lemak? It’s Malaysia’s national dish consisting of fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk and served up in a variety of ways.

Petaling Street

Jalan Petaling in Kuala Lumpur. Photo courtesy of kuala-lumpur.attractionsinmalaysia.com.

SEEThere are many wonderful things to do in Kuala Lumpur. The most beautiful place to visit is the Lake Gardens where you will find the amazing Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. Enjoy the colorful scene of over 3,000 birds! If you’re looking to buy some goodies for your family and friends back home, stroll through Jalan Petaling Street flea market in Chinatown and bargain your way to happiness.

Kuala Lumpur

Super chic space!

SLEEP:  This luxurious apartment is fully equipped, stylish and chic. It’s the perfect spot for a family vacation or even a romantic getaway.

One thought on “Eat, See, Sleep: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  1. Rudi this a really good article I enjoyed reading it. The pics looked good and the food looks even better! We return for some more good reading.

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