Kedai Kopi Lai Foong
Sin Sze Si Ya Temple
Kuala Lumpur's oldest Chinese temple was built on the instructions of Kapitan Yap Ah Loy and is dedicated to Sin Sze Ya and Si Sze Ya,...
Kuen Stephanie Sculptures
The red-painted metal sculptures located on this newly pedestrianised square are based on artworks by Kuen Stephanie and depict scenes...
Lee Rubber Building
Historic Chinatown building now the site of a bookstore and Peter Hoe Beyond .
Travellers gather in droves at this pumping bar in the thick of Chinatown, which has outdoor seats if you’d like to catch the passing...
The stall that lends its name to this old-school hawker cafe has been dishing up beef ball noodles since 1956; on Mondays you can ask...
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Kedai Kopi Lai Foong information
This old-school hawker-style food court offers several excellent stalls under one roof on a prominent corner. The anchor is Lai Foong , dishing up beef ball noodles since 1956; on Mondays you can ask for its special 'steak and balls' soup made with beef penis and testicles.