Speciality Museums in Petaling Jaya

Top Speciality Museums in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Speciality Museums in Petaling Jaya

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  • Izzati H
    18 contributions
    Good for kids and school excursions. For us adults, not much to see, but probably the best place is the little shop at the end where you can buy chocolate goodies. I love the chocolate spread which is tasty and cheap.
    Written 6 August 2019
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  • jtsl9
    Sydney, Australia1,062 contributions
    This place is owned by a Korean where it combines good coffee with retail therapy - shoes. A bunch of us were there for its grand opening where it was offering free coffees and food. The coffee and toasties were pretty good but the service needs improvement as we waited for close to 45 minutes for our order.
    Written 30 November 2016
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  • geemail
    53 contributions
    I've been following Ayu Flores M'yan Herbs for awhile now. They have been my only go for natural herbs. My whole pantry is filled with their products. Am a fervent believer in the herbal way of life now. Use it in my cooking, tea and even cakes ! I'm glad to see a Malaysian home grown enterprise making its mark in an old neighbourhood. I think its great positioning as their brand attracts tourist and customers into a local neighbourhood, very community friendly I suppose.

    Went to their previous shop which was lovely but spacing was limited. This new shop is much more spacious, cosy, rainforesty and a refreshed learning about Malayan herbs and their origins each time am there. I'm proud that this business supports the natives in Malaysia, the Orang Aslis. Very important. Anyways bought alot of items from the owner and the price is always extremely reasonable. (Tip: Just ask for a discount each time 😀) They dont just have the famous Tongkat Ali and Kacip Fatimah herbs but other local Malaysian herbs like Moringas, Blue Peas, Lemongrass, Black Turmerics, Yellow Turmerics, Bittergourds, various medicinal herbs purely from Malaysian grounds. Another tip: Go either before or after lunch hours to get a parking. Or have lunch there; pretty good burgers, pizzas, ice cream and even a nyonya kuihs all along that row
    Written 26 September 2020
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