Street Food Heritage Walk with Pauline


During this Kuala Lumpur Food Tour, I will take you to places enriched with deep tradition and heritage, especially around Petaling Street. The site where most say is the birthplace of Kuala Lumpur.

We will let you try different local delights such as the national favorite Char Kuew Teow (stir-fried rice noodles), Yong Tau Fu (vegetables with freshly stuffed fish paste), local seasonal fruits, pastries, and more. Another very special place we will visit on this food tour is a traditional coffee shop, one of the last few authentic ones left in Kuala Lumpur. At this coffee shop, you can try the freshly brewed Liberica bean coffee and enjoy the hustle and bustle of a Malaysian wet market where there is so much to see, from the unique local vegetables to various seafood and poultry selections.

I will also teach you all about our customs and how we use them in different Malaysian dishes. You will also learn how to use Traditional Chinese Medicine and its herbal properties while sampling some herbal teas to finish our locally-curated Kuala Lumpur food tour experience!

Type of Experience

Walking Tour

Included in price

Food (half board)
Drinks (water)
Local guide


I got to wander around with her, tasting food from lots of different places, listening to her very knowledgeable description of the country and the neighborhood we were exploring. We went into local shops and I learned about all sorts of fresh and packaged foods I had never seen before And I tried such a delicious variety of foods (good thing I skipped breakfast)! I can highly recommend a tour with Pauline!


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About Me

Hi, my name is Pauline and I am born and bred in Kuala Lumpur. I am very proud of the culinary diversity Malaysia has to offer. I believe in the importance of savoring family recipes passed down from one generation to another. Therefore, I always try to include family restaurants and food stalls dating back decades ago in my food tours. The abundance of food variety in Malaysia stems from the diverse ethnic population of Malays, Chinese, Indian, Eurasian, and Nyonya (Peranakan), so you can imagine what a food Walhalla this place is. I'm doing this with a few foodie friends. Come on and join us!


Cancellation policy

Cancellation policy: Flexible

> If the traveler cancels more than 2 day(s) before the start of the experience, he is reimbursed 100 % of the amount paid
> If the traveler cancels less than 2 day(s) before the start of the experience, he is reimbursed 0 % of the amount paid

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Duration: 3h 00m

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