Kuala Lumpur Day 10: Snacks at Jalan Imbi


After breakfast, we went to a nearby stall to get some pastries.

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We bought assorted pastries to try. RM5.50 (less than CAD2) for the above.

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The Seremban Siew Bao was fresh from the oven, still hot. Flaky shell and moist savory filings.

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The mini kaya puff was very good. In fact, we came back to buy some more later.

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It was not durian season at the time we were in Kuala Lumpur. But, there is still durian being sold but it’s more expensive. We found a durian stall in Jalan Imbi.

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These luscious creamy custardy goodness is not for everyone. But we love it.

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The stall also gave us disposable gloves and some water to cleanse our palate. The small serving above was RM25 (CAD 8.50).

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Fresh durian after more than 10 years. Very happy diner.

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I had not been on the KL Monorail before. So, we decided to take a ride on it.

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The KL Monorail runs from KL Sentra to Titiwangsa, passing through the Bukit Bintang area which is known as Golden Triangle. It is just a short 8.6 km tracks with 11 stations.

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We stopped at the Bukit Nanas station near the KL Tower. KL Tower is a communication tower with a revolving restaurant on top.

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