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Best things to do in Port Klang

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“ There are many types of stores as well as restaurants and eateries. AEON supermarket itself is huge, selling almost anything imaginable at reasonable prices - especially if you are a member.”
6 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“A big wholesale mall contains of 600-700 shop lots to full-fill your shopping needs to the extreme. ”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“One of the oldest KOPITIAM in klang and I heard more than 60 years d. They use charcoal to toast the bread and the coffee is nice too. Nasi Lemak for me is nice also. Open in morning to afternoon only. I think is HALAL because I saw many Muslim there.”
4 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Non-stop bus direct to the airport. Best method to get to / from KLIA and KLIA2. ”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“This is one of the best bak kut teh in Klang I have visited and tasted. Those were the days during my school days in Klang, this stall is very famous till today. I love this dish very much & enjoyed always whenever I had the opportunity to eat. Don't miss it when you are in Klang.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“If you love to eat seafood or crab, you must not miss Kali Little Restaurant as they have best salty bake crab in the town! You can try their steam lala (steam clam) and "lala tang hun" (stir fried clam glass noodle. If you go on weekend, please go at 5 to 6pm to avoid huge crowd. ”
2 locals recommend
Bus Station
“ The Little India enclave along Jalan Tengku Kelana, Klang is the biggest Indian street in Malaysia. Fierce competition among shop owners translate into cheaper prices for consumers, and people are literally spoilt for choice amidst the rows of shops on the left and right sides of the road, with stalls spilling onto the sidewalks and back lanes. Myriads of items such as saris, colorful accessories such as bangles and necklaces, textiles, stainless steel pots, Indian delicacies, gold and flowers are sold here. During Deepavali, the street is transformed into a colorful spectacle of light and sound befitting the “festival of light”. Most shop owners pool their resources together to decorate ”
2 locals recommend
Museum
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“From 11am onward, this will be a street of hawkers that sell a lot of good hawker food. What you must not miss is Rojak and Cendol at the first stall of the street. You may try to get the "Li Sui" in the fruit food truck. You may like the sourly and sweet beverage. It's only available in Klang. ”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Whoever come to Klang must try our famous "Bak Ku Teh" in the town. If this a bowl of soup with pork meat, it taste very yummy too. Tip: they don't add more soup to you unless you add white rice. If go on weekend, do remember to go early as it could be too crowded. They operate from 5pm until sold out and they usually sold out at 8pm. Otherwise, you may try another bak ku teh which also sell at night "Ah Her Bak Ku Teh" which is 15 min drive from the condo. ”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Non-Halal Many nice seafood to eat.. Must try.. Open from 6pm - midnight 2/3am ”
2 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Must try their pandan layer cake! It's so yummy compared to other place. It is a must have in Klang! If you are durian lover, you should try their durian layer cake too. ”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Non-Halal They claim they are the FIRST bah kut teh in klang. The taste for me is nice too but will be 3rd best bah kut teh for me if put rating. Open in morning only. After 12pm maybe sold out already.”
1 local recommends