by Simon Black
Nothing quite shocks the senses like the colors, smells, spices, and prices of Asian street food.
Some of the tastiest (and most bizarre) things I’ve ever had in my life were consumed on the streets of Asia, for a cost of almost nothing.
From China to India, Myanmar to Malaysia, street food is a great metaphor for this entire region: exotic, deceptively flavorful, and incredibly cheap.
Kuala Lumpur is no exception. Sure, the street food is great. But the city itself is surprisingly well developed.