Senggarang coffee shop is not the actual name of the shop I ate, the shop is another name but I like to called it this way. Pau is serve here, pau is Chinese traditional food best to be eaten with hot tea or coffee, so here I am.
Came here on Chinese New Year 2006 especially for the name of Senggarang Coffee. Produced here was what they called 'white coffee' in which the restaurant lady owner told me they did not add something and something during the coffee making process, sorry for not doing enough research but if any of you are interested, please google search "Senggarang Coffee" and keywords. The coffee tastes good but less 'kow' while the color of coffee almost able to see through, unfamiliar but quite fun. If not mistaken, there's only a main road with all viewable shops on both sides of road, can try any restaurants nearby the Hainanese Association, the ethnic known for making good coffee in Malaysia.
Favorite thing: Main street of Senggarang 2 is another view taken inside my car while driving, not the best photo but just to let ou see the town.
Favorite thing: While passing by Senggarang, I saw a basketball court of probably Chinese school, something not common in other states of Malaysia but only in Johor if not mistaken.
Favorite thing: Next to the Hainanese, I saw many other associations of other different Chinese dialects such as this one (KwangTung, today known as GuangDong), also have their Senggarang coffee shop. As a visitor, I really don't know much, probably they all were good Senggarang coffee shops.