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Ho Chiak Tampin: Chinese Foods in Tampin, Negeri Sembilan

It is always good to travel with my mate Christopher because we didn't limit ourselves to just visiting Muslim restaurant only. Most of the time, when we visit small towns in Malaysia, Chris will compulsory himself to drop by to one or two Chinese restaurant to sample local Chinese foods there.

Even though some restaurant might sell Wantan Mee or Hokkien Me, Chris said that each place come with different style of cooking as well as different kind of touch to the foods. So, the first Chinese food that we stopped  by was located at 1st floor of Pulau Sebang Bus & Taxi Station complex at the heart of Tampin town. 

Sadly, there are only 2 stalls open here. I have no idea why. Chris ordered a small serving of Wantan Mee. It come with 3 sizes which is small, regular and big. Once the food delivered, surprise-surprise because the serving was so big and it only cost us RM3 for 1 serving. We also ordered herbal tea at price RM0.50 which is very reasonable. 
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A Start Visit to Gudwara Sahib, Tampin, Negeri Sembilan

I normally familiar with Chinese and Indian temple in Malaysia, but not for Sikh temple. So, during my last town visit in Tampin district of Negeri Sembilan, we went to this Gudwara Sahib which located nearby the four junction of Jalan Gemas - Tampin and road to Rembau district.

This temple is in light pink colour with two big horse statues nearby the temple entrance. According to an old man here, the temple was built over 60 years ago and it was originally a wooden temple. It was built a little upfront from the current location of the temple. Then, with a small fund from the Malaysia government and majority fund from local and abroad Sikh community, they managed to re-build this temple on 1967.

This temple is consisted of two floors which is the ground floor is a dining hall and up floor is a prayer hall. This temple also have a lift on a side specially for disable or old people. The old man add that, this Sikh temple is not only for Tampin people, but also attracted the religion follo…

A Superb Tandoori Chicken with Nan Bread & Briyani Chicken Massala in Tampin, N9

It has been awhile since my last entry in this blog. I was so busy with my day and I don't have so much new things to share lately. But then, somewhere on last May, me and my mate was having a quick trip to Tampin District, Negeri Sembilan and discovered some cool stuffs here and there.

At first glance, maybe there are not so much things to shout about foods in Tampin. But if you take a good look here and there, you will definitely find the one. Our first 'makan' place in Tampin was at this Restaurant Nasi Kandar Impian. Located at Tampin Square, this restaurant probably the only Nasi Kandar restaurant in town. 

After seeing to the board at the restaurant entrance, we assumed that the Roti Nan and Briyani Rice. So, without any hesitation, we order a serving of Roti Nan with Tandori Chicken and also Briyani Rice with Massala Chicken (actually I need to double check if the name is Massala) on the side. 

To surprise us, our roti nan is one time bigger than our regular roti nan t…