Looking for food for the remaining Chinese New Year 2016 holiday? There is a couple of places where you can visit throughout Malaysia.
Having a holiday in Cameron Highland? You can head to Tanah rata for a cup of Cameron highland tea and scone. They also serve lemon cheesecake, strawberry cheesecake and even brownies (upon availability). This place is a famous tourist spot, so expect to have lots of people during this Chinese New Year holiday. Yes, it is worth the wait.
Stay in Petaling Jaya during the Chinese New Year Holiday? You can head to this place for outstanding Wantan mee char siew. You can order both Char Siew and Siew Youk to enjoy both the best food that they can offer. Try a large portion when you are starving but be warned that the portion serving is generous for an average large meal.
On the way back to KL from the north? Why not head to Sekinchan for seafood, Bagan Sekinchan will be the right place to enjoy fresh seafood, starting with crab, prawn, oyster, fish, and even shark fin soup if you fancy it. Tired of waiting long queue at a seafood restaurant? You can head to the leisure tea house to enjoy some dim sum snacks and coffee. Do order mushroom bao as their specialty.
4. Instant Noodle at Home
Lazy to go out although the food might be just a few hundred meters from you? Try Korean fire noodles instead of this holiday. You can enjoy your tongue burn, and if you drink some water or tea, cold or hot, it just makes it worse. Yes, you might cry a little bit (I had tears while eating this noodle), but it is an outstanding experience that you can have in your life.
Overall, those are four tips during your Chinese New Year holiday, and I hope you can enjoy the food as much as the exercise after the Chinese New Year holiday. On behalf of Tenchopsticks, I wish you have a prosper and great Chinese new year with family and friends, and a happy holiday.