They say the best way to learn about a city is through its people. So in our last #RAGEchat, we asked our followers what is special about their hometowns, and to share their town’s best kept secrets. Here are some of the responses:
@trishates: Teluk Intan, Perak! It houses the replica of Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa, the infamous Menara Condong! #hiddenmsia #RageChat
@zeusboost: kuala kangsar for labu sayung. perak have so many historical place like kota tampan, pasir salak also royal belum
@LyanaSulaiman: A fruit farm at Ayer Hitam. Has a waterfall nearby and its amazing. 🙂
@chazzter_boi: Danum Valley at Lahad Datu, Sabah is a must go for nature lovers!
@ChrisHo_: The islands off the coast of KK, Kinabalu National Park, Simpang Mengayau (Tip of Borneo), Santubong Cultural Village, KCH.
>> Of course Malaysians being Malaysians, it was no surprise that the discussion quickly turned into a food guide.
@Rachelroarsyou: Restoran Kakak in Taiping offers the BEST kuey teow sup EVER. I live in KL but I crave for it all the time!
@syafique: @thestar_rage #RageChat #hiddenmsia Keramat,KL. Ismail sate the best! Owner’s dghtr thn opened a satay resto in #Australia for a short period
@LyanaSulaiman: Nasi Kandar at Flat Biru,Bukit Mertajam,Pulau Pinang. 🙂 *drools*
@glamrockss: Lol, my kampung is Rawang and there’s this mamak I always visit with my friends and I love their Roti Salad!
@hat3h: mee mamak at Gurney Drive in Penang!
@FionaChan: kuey chap in Batu Pahat!
@miss_michy: @thestar_rage the small town of seremban is green & pretty. we’ve got siew pao & beef noodles, but didcha know seafood is also cheap & good?
@LolaXleira: zaman restaurant in kuantan . The best nasi lemak of all places. For real. Can’t get it anywhere
@angain403: @thestar_rage Ipoh wantan mee is da baumb! Not to mention its kacang puteh and taugeh ayam #drools