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  1. I would say, Klang, Selangor.

    Technically, Klang is a town, but believe me it is bigger than some cities in Malaysia.

    Klang is also Selangor’s Royal town and has lots of historical buildings existing from the pre-colonial times up until the colonial rule.

    Heritage sites

    Little India (said to be the largest in Malaysia), the Victorian-style Klang Fire Station (which is STILL in use), the Our Lady of Lourdes Church – houses the relic of St. Maria Goretti, Sultan Suleiman Royal Mosque – completed in 1934, Istana Alam Shah – the official palace of Sultan of Selangor, and many more.

    Little India [Credit: The Malaysian Times]

    Klang Fire Station [credit: Ramble and Wander]

    Church of Our Lady of Lourdes [credit:K M Cheng-Travel Journal]

    Sultan Suleiman Royal Mosque [Credit: Bernama via Star2.com]

    Kuan Yin Temple [credit: sini.com.my]

    Food

    you can find lots of good food here. It’s a mixture of Malay, Java, Chinese and Indian. Must try would be Bak Kut Teh (non-halal), soto (a staple for the Malay-Java community). Also stop by the famous Chong Kok Kopitiam – be sure to come as early as possible on weekends. Witness the true Malaysian style breakfast.

    Bak Kut Teh [credit: VKeong]

    Chong Kok Kopitiam [Credit: Daniel Chan via TimeOutKL]

    Seraph Awaken [Credit: Joyce Koh via TimeOut KL]

    It’s amazing that tourists, even the locals would skipped this town and prefer its fancier neighbor, such as Shah Alam, Subang Jaya et cetera.

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