Klang Valley is the home of many great food truck venues that you can go to and have late-night hangouts with your friends. It doesn’t matter if it’s the weekdays or weekends, there’s no reason for you to say no to a food truck eat out.
The best thing about food trucks is that you get to experience a whole lot of the culinary world has to offer. Be it Western, Local, Japanese, Korean, sometimes the Mediterranean. Foodies love going to these venues because there are a lot of choices to choose from. Sometimes you might end up in a situation where you and your friends have a deep discussion on just what to eat. Speaking of variety!
Just a few steps away from the well-known KLCC, this food truck park is the most famous one in Klang Valley. Tapak KLCC is known to be one of the first official food truck venues in KL. Since it’s situated near office buildings, the venue becomes a parking lot during the day. However, during the night, there are more than 50 trucks that visitors can choose from.
|Address||Persiaran Hampshire, off, Jalan Ampang, Hampshire Park, 50450 Kuala Lumpur|
|Opening Hours||5pm – 12am|
If you and your friends are looking for nice alfresco dining after work and you happened to work in PJ, then you should definitely head out to this spot. Tapak Amcorp PJ is known to be home to a wide assortment of delicacies that are appetizing and fulfilling. It may seem that the park is located near a busy road but finding parking is not a problem. Plus, if you’re lazy to drive, you can just hop on the LRT Kelana Jaya line and stop at Taman Jaya station.
Note: Tapak Amcorp Mall is temporarily closed for the time being. Look forward to their reopening date announcement from their organizer!
|Address||Jalan Persiaran Barat, PJS 52 46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia|
|Opening Hours||6pm – 12am (Temporarily Closed)|
Bangi is the shopping nirvana for Muslims especially when Eid is just around the corner. Aside from that, it is also popular for the famous restaurants that serve ‘kampung’ styled food that is far affordable than the ones in KL. Another affordable eateries you can go to is Foodtruck PKNS Bangi, which is located near the district’s landmark, the PKNS building. The plus side about this is that it is underrated and won’t be as packed as the KL food truck parks.
|Address||Kompleks PKNS, Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor|
|Opening Hours||Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday), 6pm – 12am|
Newly opened this year in September, Tapak organisers really make sure that they’ve got most of the hotspots in KL covered. So far they have 17 stalls and food trucks available but that is considered more than enough. Tapak Taman Melati is great for those who just want to eat and chill since this quaint food truck park is not overcrowded. As it is still new and has far more limited choices than other Tapak venues.
|Address||Lot 29365, Mukim 07 Setapak, Jalan Melati Utama 2, Taman Melati, 53100, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur|
|Operating Hours||5pm – 10pm|
Located right in the middle of government ministry buildings in Putrajaya, there’s no reason not to set up a food truck venue there. This park is also situated next to the field at the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque that is facing the well-known lake. The food truck hotspot is famous for its picturesque and strategic location. Visitors can enjoy a nice sunset and breeze under a tinge of the warm orange sky during the evening.
|Address||Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Presint 2, 62000 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya|
|Opening Hours||5pm – 12am|
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