Traveling abroad has always been everyone’s dream, one of which is to Malaysia. This neighboring country, which is not far from Kalimantan, is often an alternative tourist destination, especially for Indonesians.
Having a country contour that is not much different from Indonesia makes some people interested in visiting this neighboring country.
Talking about Malaysia, it is not only the culture, food and tourism that are interesting to explore, but also the variants of typical souvenirs.
So, what are the famous Malaysian souvenirs that must be bought as souvenirs? Immediately, let’s see the complete list below.
1. Miniature of the Petronas Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur are indeed famous as a proud landmark in the neighboring country. In fact, this building was the tallest building in 1998-2004.
Visiting Malaysia, he said, is incomplete if we do not take pictures to capture every beautiful moment at this famous landmark.
Bringing home the tower is impossible, but take it easy, we can buy a miniature as proof that sahih had ever set foot in landmark the.
To get this miniature is not difficult because all souvenir shops sell these unique items and the price is around 32-79 thousand, depending on the size.
2. Milo Malaysia
Is Milo a souvenir? How come? Yup, why not. Although easy to find in Indonesia, this Malaysian milk has a thicker chocolate taste. Friends of TracesPiknik must try it.
Apart from the taste, this typical milo of the neighboring country has also been packaged using pack-pack small so practical and easy to carry everywhere.
For Travel Blog Indonesia Friends who want to gain weight, this Malaysian milo is also believed to be effective in increasing your BB, just try it if you don’t believe it.
Besides being cheap, it only ranges from Rp. 40,000 / pack with 12 contents stick sachet, milo is also easily found in supermarkets such as Tesco, Giant or Aeon.
3. Durian Chocolate
For durian fans who want to enjoy a different sensation in eating this fruit, don’t miss to buy this one Malaysian specialty!
This light snack made of durian and chocolate is called one snack most compulsory to take home when traveling to Malaysia.
To get it, you can buy it at the Art market or Wang River. And about the price, there is no need to worry because this neighbor country snack is only cheap, only 150 thousand.
4. Ipoh White Coffee
Even though white coffee is a drink that is easy to find in Indonesia but it doesn’t hurt to bring Ipoh White Coffee typical of the neighboring country as souvenirs.
Ipoh is actually the name of the producing city white coffee which is quite famous in the neighboring country. The area is located on the Malaysian peninsula to be precise in Perak Darul Ridzuan.
One of the brands white coffee which is quite famous is the product Chek Hup. Apart from its light taste, there are also many variants original, classic, less sugar and king.
A pack ipoh white coffee These are usually sold for only Rp. 55,000 and can be found in various shopping centers such as Giant, Aeon and Tesco.
Hearing the name of this typical Malaysian souvenir might still be very foreign, even the Friends of Travel Blog Indonesia must be wondering what is the shape of wau?
Well, wau is a typical neighbor country kite made of bamboo and cloth. When viewed, it is not much different from the characteristics of Indonesian kites, only the shape is a little unique.
And because of this unique shape, wau is often bought and brought home as souvenirs when visiting these neighboring countries.
To buy it, the art market or the central market is the place. Price? Take it easy, it won’t make the bag leak, how come it’s only 100 thousand.
This typical Malaysian food is the same as dodol in Jakarta or other parts of Indonesia, both in terms of ingredients and manufacturing process, only the shape is slightly different.
Even so, there’s nothing wrong with bringing this neighbor country lunkhead as souvenirs. To brand most recommended to be hunted is Tan Kim Hock.
This Dodol can be obtained by TracePiknik Friends in the area R&R Jemapoh or large supermarkets around the neighbor country, the price is only around 30 thousand. In addition, these legit snacks are also commonly found in shops on line.
7. Dried Candied Fruit
Travel to Genting Highlands Don’t just go on an adventure, you have to remember to bring some unique souvenirs from this place. Want to know what? Yup, candied fruit.
Even though sweets are easy to find in Indonesia, there’s nothing wrong with buying Malaysian specialties as souvenirs for the family at home.
No need to worry about your wallet being drained because the candied fruit is sold at a popular price of only Rp. 15,000 / kg. Really cheap right guys?
Well, for Trail Piknik Friends who like to collect a variety of unique games, lego is the most mandatory souvenir on the shopping list.
Lego is a kind of game in the form of colorful boxes that can be arranged into one particular object, either in the form of a building or whatever. Actually this toy doesn’t come from Malaysia but Denmark.
To hunt down this one toy, Legoland in Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia is the place. But before that, don’t forget to prepare a lot of money, because the price of 1 lego set is quite expensive.
9. Typical Souvenirs of Kuching
Apart from lego, buying souvenirs from the Kuching area as souvenirs is certainly no less interesting to be used as the next agenda.
This typical kuching souvenir has many forms, ranging from wood carvings, rattan crafts, bags, masks to others. In addition to the various variants, the price is quite cheap, of course it will not break the bag.
And one of the best places to buy various kinds of Kuching souvenirs Main Bazaar is the answer.
Visiting the Langkawi area in Malaysia, there is one souvenir that can be bought as a souvenir for mama at home, the name is songket.
This unique songket typical of this neighboring country is made of multi-colored threads that are woven and resemble batik. It is said that he said, the cloth is a cultural blend of China, India and Malaysia.
Songket is available in almost all souvenir shops in Langkawi and the price is a little bit expensive, so it is suitable for those who have it budget big.
11. Penang White Curry
Well, for instant noodle lovers, one of the typical Malaysian souvenirs that you must take home is his name white curry pen.
This one typical instant noodle in the city of Penang tastes not much different from the delicious special curry noodles, it’s just that the MSG content isn’t that much.
These instant noodles can be easily found in convenience stores or supermarkets and the price is only 27 thousand for 4 packs.
12. Brooch / Shell
Not to be outdone by Singapore, the neighboring country of Malaysia also provides unique souvenirs that are suitable to be used as fashion items, namely brooches.
In addition to its unique and varied shape, this brooch is also easy to find both in Central market, Art market, Petaling street or Sungai Wang and the price is only 3-25 thousand.
Well, that’s all for information about typical Malaysian souvenirs. Hopefully this article is useful and happy shopping for the Friends of the TracesPiknik.