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  • Endorsed by: MOTAC
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Pitstop Foodie Tour (halal or non halal)

(Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Kuala Lumpur mixes Malay, Indian and Chinese traditions and people; explore this diversity in the best way possible: a city food tour. We discover different neighbourhoods with their distinct sights, sounds, smells and, of course, delicacies.

Want to discover authentic restaurants in Kuala Lumpur in an adventurous way?

Then this is your tour!

You will see the capital in pure dynamism where locals life their traditional lives. The locals cook in a traditional way and they offer their specific dishes to us. This tour is ideal if you love tasting multicultural gastronomy. This tour takes you through the Indian quarter and, of course, Chinatown and Kampung Bahru, among others. During this tour, you will be offered a wide range of tasty snacks and drinks from Indian, Malaysian and Chinese cuisine. The food is non halal.

These meals are non halal, but it is possible to book a halal Pitstop Foodie Tour. Enquire about the options by email or WhatsApp. Please note, this tour is not suitable for vegetarians.

Sign up for this gastronomic adventure!

 We start at 4.00 pm  at MikeBikes' office and will be back here about 8.00 pm.


BOOK NOW!   There will be a tour from 2 guests (private tour will start from 1 guest)

Pay at start of the tour in cash or by credit card.


Be there 15-30 minutes in advance at our meeting point MikeBikes' office in the Malaysian Tourism Centre (MaTiC), 109 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur. This is also the start and end point of each tour. The easiest way to find us is to come through the main entrance of the MaTiC (Malaysia Tourism Information Centre). This location is in The Golden Triangle, near the Petronas Twin Towers, right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

If you take Grab, enter 'MikeBikes' at destination.


What will you see?  

  • MaTiC (start and ending point)
  • Lebuh Ampang
  • River of Life
  • Merdeka Square
  • Chinatown
  • Kampung Bahru
  • And much more ....


Additional tourist information:

Registration for travellers to Malaysia has been announced on 1 December 2023, this applies to tourists and anyone travelling to Malaysia for the first time.

Travellers entering Malaysia must register online for the Malaysia Digital Arrival Card (MDAC) within three days prior to arrival. Registration is mandatory from 1 January 2024.

You can do this on the Malaysia Immigration website:
https://imigresen-online.imi.gov.my/mdac/main under the heading 'registration'.

The following groups are exempt from registration:
- Travellers transiting/transferring through Singapore without seeking immigration clearance; and
- Malaysia Permanent Resident
- Malaysia Automated Clearance SYstem (MACS) holder

Note: MikeBikes cannot help you fill out the MDAC. For queries, please refer to your relevant embassy.