August 3, 2022
Steph and Pete - Epic Malaysian Food Tour including Ramly Burger
We’re in Malaysia and in this vlog, a local, Charles, takes us all across the city in search of the best Malay, Chinese, and Indian food. Along the way, we meet Spiderman, (maybe) eat sheep’s balls, and, of course, sample the famous Ramly burger.
October 30, 2021
JTG Travel - Malaysian Food Culture: 9 Dishes You Must Try in Malaysia
One thing that makes Malaysia so unique is its multi-ethnic population, and nowhere does this shine through so clearly as in its food culture. Malaysian cuisine is predominantly a blend of Chinese, Indian and Malay dishes with influences also taken from Singapore, Indonesia, and other South Asian countries.
February 5, 2020
Holidify - 42 Interesting Facts About Malaysia to Acquaint the Curious Traveller in You
A country that offers sunshine, seashores and scenic views in equal measure, Malaysia also comes with many interesting facts, which surprisingly is quite unknown among the common crowd. Read on to find out more about these fun facts about Malaysia that make up for the country's history and pride that has shaped it into the wonderful place we know of today.
May 19, 2018
A Food Tour That Is Off The Beaten Track
If there’s one thing Charles takes seriously it’s food. No shortcuts. The aim of the game is to find the best food, no matter the cost, no matter the wait, no matter the distance.
November 5, 2017
Penang Street Food Tour Travel VLOG
Malaysia is known for it's amazing food and Penang is possibly the heart of that! So we decided to do a Penang Street Food Tour and get some local hawker food in Georgetown with 'Food Tour Malaysia'
July 12, 2017
8 Awesome Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur
If you've gone on the Food Tour Malaysia eating experience around KL then you already have a solid understanding of what dishes are what in KL. If you haven't done the tour you seriously should, it will pave the way for good eats throughout your entire Malaysia trip.
February 5, 2017
Penang Travel Guide
Not limiting the food hunt to George Town, you might visit a local wet market as well as head further afield to suburbs like Tanjung Bungha. But a word of warning, be prepared to eat and to eat a lot.
January 19, 2017
What To Eat in Kuala Lumpur
We had satay (Chinese kebabs), noodles, fish and lip-smacking dips. Everyone enjoyed the atmosphere in the tiny restaurant and the food was absolutely delicious. Charles also gave us a local drink that would open our taste buds to the rich flavors.
May 18, 2016
Nat Geo TV - John Torode's Malaysian Adventure
Discovering Malaysian cuisine through the eyes and hands of the locals. In this mouth-watering, beautifully-shot series, we follow John as he discovers the best of Malaysia - uncovering its rich and complex cooking culture, discovering its beautiful sights and meeting its warm and engaging people.
November 8, 2015
Latin Abroad - My Top 15 Dishes + Where to Eat Them
I tried the weird-looking concoction during a Kuala Lumpur off-the-eaten-path tour. Seriously, if it weren’t for the encouragement and knowledge of our guide, I don’t think I would have eaten what seemed to be fried black rat tails…!
September 3, 2015
Nomadic Boys - Gay Penang: A Pink Travel Guide
Our guide was Junie, who drove us around to try Penang’s classics like assam laksa (rice noodles with fish broth, soured with tamarind), chendul dessert, ban chan kuih (Chinese crepes), hokkien mee (shrimp broth with yellow noodles, popiah (similar to fresh spring rolls), murtabak and many more.
June 3, 2013
Just make sure to eat light during the day
“You’re going to need a lot of extra room. Even my normally very finicky son ate almost everything we were served, including seconds of some of it. I can’t think of a more potent recommendation!”
May 14, 2012
Wonderful Malaysia - A Foodie's Guide to Surviving Malaysia
“The best tip for any tourist is to get to know the locals. You can’t substitute a good conversation with any tourist brochure, nor can you say you’ve fully experienced Malaysia (or any country for that matter) unless you’ve gotten to know its people.”
May 11, 2012
“Gourmet Indiana Joneses”
“Inspired by their own search for authentic food during their travels, the founders of Food Tour Malaysia decided to combine their passion for food and travel into something that visitors to Kuala Lumpur can benefit from.” – Connie
April 19, 2012
The verdict: It was a great gastronomic treat!
“We went to 5 or 6 places, and it was nice because we were the only “tourists” in the area..which means these are genuine hole-in-the-wall local spots. Cool! The verdict: It was a great gastronomic treat! Definitely worth it. As they say, the best way to get to know the culture of a place is through it’s people and food.”
January 20, 2012
He very cleverly makes us all feel relaxed, like we're in the company of friends
“Darren ordered us a special Yee Sang dish that Chinese people try to eat at this time of the year as it is very auspicious for ensuring prosperity. We had to use our chopsticks to mix and toss all the components of the dish (ginger, toasted sesame seeds, horseradish, raw fish, various rice cracker things, plum sauce, grated carrot) mounding it as high as possible to ensure the highest level of prosperity for all.” – Judy
January 16, 2012
Non-stop from 7 pm to midnight
“One night we took a street food tour with Food Tour Malaysia and if you ever find yourself in KL it is a must do. Charles, our guide, was more like a local foodie friend taking us to his favorite joints. We made half a dozen stops & sampled some of KL’s finest hawker food. We ate non-stop from 7 pm to midnight.”