What To Eat In Tanjung Sepat : Handmade Pau, Coffee, Cendol and Snacks

At first glance, Tanjung Sepat looks like any sleepy fishing town – boats docked by the river mouth, narrow roads flanked by wooden homes, quaint flower gardens and vegetable patches. Venture further in to Lorong 4, however, and you’ll find a bustling area where you can find all sorts of delicious delicacies, from handmade paus to local snacks.Villagers have made the area into a food … Continue reading What To Eat In Tanjung Sepat : Handmade Pau, Coffee, Cendol and Snacks

Kuan Wellness Eco Park, Tanjung Sepat, Selangor

With state borders reopened and regulations eased, the government has urged Malaysians to help boost domestic tourism by travelling local (following SOPs, of course)! Heeding this call, the fam and I decided to go for a short day trip to Tanjung Sepat, located on the fringes of Selangor, to feast on seafood and check out some attractions. I’ve been here a few times (you can … Continue reading Kuan Wellness Eco Park, Tanjung Sepat, Selangor

Things To Do in Sungai Pelek & Tanjung Sepat, Selangor

Located far away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the small town of Sungai Pelek, some 20 kilometres from the Sepang International Circuit, seems like an unlikely place for tourists. The town, which grew from a Chinese new village (the Chinese-majority settlements set up by the British during the Malayan Emergency, to combat the spread of communism), is often overlooked in favour of … Continue reading Things To Do in Sungai Pelek & Tanjung Sepat, Selangor

Review: Cheng Kee Seafood Restaurant, Sg Pelek

Sungai Pelek, located about 20 minutes from the Sepang International Circuit, seems like an unlikely place for tourists – but that was what the fam and I were there for recently, to see what the small town had to offer. First order of the day – lunch! Owing to its close proximity to the river and the sea (Sungai Pelek literally means ‘weird river’ in Malay … Continue reading Review: Cheng Kee Seafood Restaurant, Sg Pelek

Sun and Seafood @ Tanjung Sepat, Malaysia

My fam loves travelling – which is a good thing. Although we can’t always afford to go to exotic, faraway destinations, bwe make do with random road trips to interesting places nearby. Tanjung Sepat is a fishing town, so it’s famous for it’s seafood. It’s pretty laidback, with a mainly Chinese population. The village houses each have their own design and characteristics, since they were … Continue reading Sun and Seafood @ Tanjung Sepat, Malaysia