Well for starters, let me introduce YUMMY FOOD in TANGKAK "KHENG RESTAURANT"...
“Kheng Restaurant” is actually a well-known F2 kopitiam (Family & Friendly) with sell of a variety of foods located in Tangkak Town (Just beside the "The Store Shopping Centre". To sastisfatory for the demand, Kheng Restaurant have open the first branch in Taman Tangkak Jaya "The First Kopitiam"...
The special of the Kheng Restaurant was the service provided to customer. Customer are able to have special request for the food based on their favorite, eg: Hotplate Curry Homemade Mee Hun Kueh, Yeung Chow Fried Rice with chili powder...
1) Porridge / Congee
4) Homemade Mee Hun Kueh
5) Homdmade Noodle
6) Curry Chicken Noodle
7) Ginger Flour Vermicelli
8) Yeung Chow Fried Rice
9) Thai style Fried Mee Hoon
FAMOUS & RECOMMENDATION
The Famous recommended FOOD in Kheng Restaurant are the Ginger Flour Vermicelli, Porridge & Yeung Chow Fried Rice…
The Famous recommended DRINK in Kheng Restaurant are the White coffee, Lime Sour Plum juice & Homemade Soyabean with Chin Chao…
All foods are selling with the reasonable price. You may get a special discount provided you are order in bulk.
Monday to Sunday : 6.30 pm to 3pm (Rest on alternate Tuesday)
Hurry up!!! Do have a try of the food at Kheng Restaurant… I’m sure you will the second visit after the First try…
Majority of the shop lots are textiles and curtains stores. I have no idea why all the sudden textile business becoming the mainstream businesses, it just happened.
Of course it also opens up a lot of working opportunity for high school drop out.
Mt Ophir is one of the most trekked summit in Malaysia and stands tall at 1276 meters. It is located at the border of Melaka and Johore states of Peninsular Malaysia. The summit falls in Johor state. Among locals, Mt. Ophir is popularly known as Gunung Ledang. As is true with most of the local attractions, there is a fable associated with Gunung Ledang and I am not going into the details of this. A colleague of mine told me that there was a Malay movie made, based on the legend of Gunung Ledang. Not sure if the movie was a box office hit.
There are a few trails leading to the summit and the two popular ones are
1. Asahan trail and
2. Air Panas trail (also called Sagil route).
Between the two, Asahan is supposed to be an easier, shorter and straight forward trek route. It starts from the Melaka side, at the Asahan water work near Asahan village. Our plan is to take the Asahan trail, starting the trek at around midnight, reach the summit by early morning hours, watch the much talked about sunrise and trek down the hill to the Johor side, ending at the Resort.
Tangkak is lately becoming a textile heaven and my relatives were telling me sometime there are bus load of visitors swing by Tangkak just for shopping of cloths.
You might ask me whether the prices here are good. To be frank with you, I have no idea.
Tangkak town will occasionally jammed up on festive seasons. Driving pass a 1km stretch of street will sometime take more than 20 minutes.
Since the commodity in this town are all textile based, you’ll expect heated competition. Tourists are most probably enjoying great discount because of competition driving price low.
The entire Tangkak air is filled with aerial for Singapore channels receptions.
This is a most distinct view for most towns in the State of Johor.
Tangkak was once under the supervision of Muar district until recently being announced a new district.
The entire town was painted yellow after the declaration as new district.