Jalan Alor is Kuala Lumpur's famous food street and night market snack street. It has a huge selection of food, seafood, barbecue, Southeast Asian snacks, Chinese fast food, desserts, ice products, fruits, etc., not only rich in variety, but also very affordable. From dusk to midnight is quite lively, where the street is filled with tourists and store clerks who are passionate about business.
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Jalan Alor, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, near to popular Bukit Bintang street, is a very convenient destination for tourists if you stay in city center. The street is closed at night for pedestrians, with all the food stall and restaurants along the street.
Few must try foods that I would recommend are:
- BBQ chicken wing, cooked over a smoky charcoal grilled, is one of the best I’ve ever tried, the meat was tender and slid of the bone easily.
-Satay, the locals love it, can order a good mix of lamb, beef and chicken, min 10 sticks.
-BBQ sting ray, KL style is slightly different from others, their sting ray is served dry without any gravy, it’s incredibly good.
- Char Kuey Tiao, oyster omelette, chili crab, cendol, desserts are some other must try foods…
Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur's Jalan Alor, has more than 50 years of history and more than 100 kinds of food. It is famous in the world and has been highly recommended by domestic foodie Cai Wei. There are a wide variety of snacks to satisfy your expectations for food. Here, we met a Western brother with a choice of disorders, he looked at the many types, chose a long time, hahaha, still very cute. We also met a very interesting American uncle, watching me take pictures with my mobile phone, and he took other mobile phones to shoot me, TT. In addition to the food, the night view of Arrow Street is also very fascinating under the efforts of the Kuala Lumpur City Council. Food, beauty and interesting people are the biggest highlights of Jalan Alor in Kuala Lumpur. z
Speaking of the famous night market in Southeast Asia, there are Khao San Road in Bangkok, Fan Wu Lao Street in Ho Chi Minh, and Arro Street in Kuala Lumpur.
The night of Arro Street can be described as a crowd of people, and it is more and more lively at night. The barbecue stalls here are arranged in rows, and all kinds of dishes can be eaten here. People of different countries, races and skin colors shuttle through it. They are all for the sake of that food.
Roasted chicken wings and grilled devil fish are the must-try foods at Arrow Street. Look for food in Arro Street in the night, so you don't have to travel to Kuala Lumpur.
To understand a place, you must first start with food. In fact, Southeast Asian cuisine is quite close to domestic tastes, especially in Xiamen. Because many people in Xiamen and southern Anhui have gone to Nanyang in the early years, Nanyangs cuisine has the same effect as Minnan cuisine. For example, Xiamen's most famous snack sand tea noodle is returned from Nanyang. In the same way, in Malaysia, you can hear the familiar Minnan dialect.
Jalan Alor has more than 50 years of history. There are more than 100 kinds of various foods on the street. It is the first impression of Arro Street. It is also said to be recommended by the foodie Cai Wei. Of course, if you dont eat well, you still have to eat it yourself.
The short streets are lined with all kinds of delicious stalls, including chicken wings, Portuguese fish, fried noodles, Luoja, satay, squid, pork porridge, and Asian sand. Medicinal herbs, seafood, snacks, Bak Kut Teh, etc. Walking on this road of just a few hundred meters, there is always a feeling of inability to move. It is too much delicious!