Klang Bak Kut Teh

3 months ago my parents and I went on a trip to Klang in search for the best bak kut teh in the world… LOL

Got lost…. thanks to Google Maps…. and erm… phone was out of battery….. car ran out of petrol.. and landed at this dono what bak kut teh shop and we rushed in cos too hungry d…

Here are some photos from there.

We had to make our own tea… it’s their style there.. self service.

Took this shot when I was ordering…. kinda messy stove but was hoping it tasted good.

We enjoyed the chinese tea while waiting for the bak kut teh to be served.

I love tea… especially chinese tea like Oolong, Long Ching and Tie Guan Yin.

It took only a few moments for him to prepare our food. Prolly he was used to preparing them.

Finally the long awaited bak kut teh was served.. in individual bowls.

Verdict? NOT NICE. lol (That’s cos we landed at some unknown and hidden kampung bak kut teh shop… ahah will try to venture to Klang again soon)



  1. Eugene Lee

    It’s not nice cuz its PORK and UNHEALTHY!!! =P

    smashpOp Replies:

    don le make me feel bad ajahah

  2. JustinH

    Heard Klang area got good bak kut teh stalls!
    me myself nvr been there b4 liao!

    smashpOp Replies:

    it wa my first time also ahah

  3. Zoey

    Even the food is not nice like what you said but the photos show tastiness on the other hand 🙂

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahahha photos nice leh.. LOL

  4. mynjayz

    potong rambut already arh bro ?

    smashpOp Replies:

    3 months ago yes.. ahaha

  5. swee

    at the corner of jln kepayang & jln gelugor in meru.. there’s a maybank there and next to it there’s a BKT shop (corner single storey house) called “sei ngan chai”.. the bkt there is nice. they’re opened at night, can’t remember if they open during morning or not..

    otherwise for morning bkt, u can try “klang lek bkt” (for very strong aroma type) or “ah tau seafood bkt” (the shop has a diff signboard) but both are located at the junction of jln telok pulai & jln mengkuang (near the telok pulai ktm station)

    but klang is like super jam nowadays *warning*

    smashpOp Replies:

    wow very informative ahah nex time find u bring me

    swee Replies:

    haha ok.. no prob.. got another very nice also.. the soup very black one..

  6. Ah Hong

    Bro, try this out http://www.ah-hong.com/food/pandamaran-bak-kut-teh/

    Let me know when you come to Klang, I bring you over there 😀

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  7. [email protected]

    You cut ur hair dy!!! Looks much younger =]
    I been to Klang for the Bak Kut Teh once but fail to impress me lar…Any nice recommendation there ah?…

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahah 3 montsh ago lo

  8. botakai

    im a klang guy !!! u need good bak kut teh can ask me!!!

    smashpOp Replies:

    wow cool!

  9. AngelKein

    So nice dohhh. ;]

    smashpOp Replies:

    foto? or bakuteh? ahah

    AngelKein Replies:

    The picture of the Bakuteh. Wuah x)

  10. Ewin


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  11. soonchia

    I’m from Klang as well. Klang has too many bkt stalls. It’s hard to find a nice one. I’d say it’s all about personal preference. Some like it aromatic, some like it salty, some like dry bkt, etc.

    Taman Rashna has 3 Bah Kut Teh stalls and quite a number of celebrity has been there before. Taman Eng Ann has a nice bkt shop as well (it’s below a tuition center called A1). Teluk Pulai (suburb) has the famous Ah Lek and Ah Tau bah kut teh. Ah Tau serves their BKT with fresh seafood like fish, prawn and crabs. If you wanna try Ah Tau, you gotta get up really early because Ah Tau sells out around 10.30am. There’s another one which is situated below a bridge. It’s quite near KTM Klang (a couple of minutes walk) and Indian Street.

    Sorry I can’t really be specific because I don’t remember the names of the shops. Haha!

    smashpOp Replies:

    omg just by readikng ur recommendations im blur already lol

  12. Mun Shan

    Try this place in Berkeley, in front of a field, shop named Pao Xiang(same row as a famous pan mee)! They have a branch in Puchong too, behind the Tai Thong, some new shops there.

  13. sooktheng

    You can try the one on no.9 in the “New York Times: Kuala Lumpur One of 31 Places to Go in 2010” list on this blog -> http://www.eatingasia.typepad.com/

    Haven’t tried it myself 😛

  14. uLi

    Bakuteh with Chinese Tea…best match I guess!!

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