In the 70s and 80s, it was popular for providing wedding cakes in gife boxes.
Let me know what is your favorite place to visit in Malaysia in the comment down below, I would love to know about it! But when we got there at 3pm, we found out that the train was scheduled to leave at 3.
It is popular on weekends with Kluang families.
Or, is it about our identity? Yean Kee Beef Noodles A bowl of hot and fragrance beef noodles topped with shallots and its clear beef soup is a must to eat when you stop by at Kluang.
There are varieties choices of meat that you can choose such as chicken, pork and mutton.
Kluang also has a few small-scale institutes and technical colleges.