5 Things To Do in Seremban (Before Heading to Malacca)

Malacca is famous for weekend getaways for its culture and local food. While you leave early to avoid jam in the city but you're too early for Malacca, enroute you can drop by Seremban for a little fun first!

1. Dim Sum Breakfast at Pak Chok - 8.00am
Pak Chok is officially one of my favourite place now! The dim sum is delicious, the price is reasonable, services is GOOD and the place is breezy and cozy - the best i can get from a dim sum place because usually they are so crowded and hot! Seremban is not so far from my house anyway so we even consider coming back here purposely just for a dim sum breakfast.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. It's a yam version of normal salted egg 流沙包. It's the first time i've seen this sold in any restaurant. It was so creamy and heavenly. We went back for it two days later :p
The paste is delicious. I especially like the sauce of this.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. It has both soft and crispy texture with it. If you love duck meat, you'd definitely love this!
As usual, their paste is delicious. But i guess this type of beancurd dim sum can be found in any dim sum place.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. The bf lovessss this. We saw almost every table order this, so this must be one of their bestseller! And the portion is really big at RM5.50.

2. Tapau Siew Pau from Master Siew Pow - 8.45am.
How can you leave Seremban without buying any Siew Pow? According to my friend Stephanie, Master Siew Pow has the better siew pows than Empayar Seremban Siew Pow although the latter may seems more popular and on bigger scale.
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Many types of buns are available there too! Everything is freshly baked and sold there and then. It's the perfect snack for after dinner or on the road!

3. Stationery Shopping at Tabiyo.
For stationery lovers like me surely have heard of Tabiyo. It's one of the first online sellers for Midori Traveler's Notebook in Malaysia and the trend setter of stationery in Malaysia. I bought my first and only TN from her too! I'm so happy that they have finally open a physical shop so i get to touch and feel the stationery before buying them :)
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4. Cendol and Rojak at Haji Shariff.
After shopping at Tabiyo, you can head over to Haji Shariff for a chilling bowl of cendol or ABC. If your stomach has some extra space, share a plate of famous rojak with your friends too!
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5. Curry Mee as Lunch at Asia Laksa.
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The bf is crazy about curry mee and he declares this is delicious! I don't have much preference about curry but i like it here because they have Lau Shu Fen to go with it! I think it's the perfect combination! I hate yellow mee, meehoon goes terribly with curry and kuey teow is too soft. Thick Meehoon (normally used in Fish Head Noodles) and Lau Shu Fen is the best!

And now you can go Malacca with satisfied stomach which is gonna last you through all the long queues in Malacca :p

Kajang Food: Kang Master Chef Semenyih

Tell me anywhere has fish head meehoon, I'll be there. 
I've been visiting this particular shop since i was studying in university. And i never stop visiting it ever since. It's still the best i've tried after sooo many bowls of fish head meehoon. So far only Win Soon Cafe has come close to be compared to it. 

Reasons why i love it: 


1. Their Meehoon
One thing that make this special is their meehoon. It's not the typical thin meehoon, even for typical thick meehoon, this is especially Q. (Q is the expression used by Chinese to describe something chewy, in a good way. Something like italian's "al dente")


2. They serve salmon fish. 
I love salmon fish for their less flaky meat texture and it's quite tough to find any other restaurant which serves salmon in fish head noodle. 


3. Their portion is BIG. 
The meehoon is served in a super big bowl. You'll never run out of their delicious milky soup base. If you're not feeling particularly hungry, you can always share one bowl with your eating buddy. 


There are usually 4 pieces of fish head in a bowl, 2 pieces of tomato slices. If you think it's not enough, you can always add on any ingredient you'd like. 

Add on menu: 
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4. Price is reasonable. 
For a normal bowl of fried salmon fish head meehoon, it costs RM9.90 while non-salmon fish head meehoon costs RM8.90. 

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Kang Master Chef
2, Jalan Semenyih Sentral 2, Taman Semenyih Sentral, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor. 

010 257 2318

Operating Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 9.00am to 6.00pm
Sunday: 8am to 5pm

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