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5 Made-In-Malaysia Products That Are The Perfect Souvenirs To Bring Home

If you’ve ever traveled to Malaysia, you’ll know that it’s not just a food paradise. In fact, wherever you go, you can find a myriad of souvenirs that represent Malaysia. Just in case you’re unsure where to start, this article has got you covered. Here are the 5 Best Souvenirs To Bring Home From Malaysia. Let’s start scrolling!

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Top 5 Made-In-Malaysia Souvenirs From Coffee To Snacks

1. Ah Huat White Coffee

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The very first on our list of souvenirs to bring home from Malaysia is none other than Ah Huat White Coffee, Malaysia’s homegrown coffee manufacturer. Known as one of Malaysia’s favourite White Coffee brands with a history dating way back to our grandparent’s generation, AHWC has products that are suited for everyone. To achieve a freshly brewed coffee taste, AHWC utilizes freeze-dried and spray-dried technology on micro-ground coffee; also known as the purest form of coffee.  For coffee lovers, you can pick from the White Coffee, Kopitiam, or Kopi-O series. Not just that, AHWC also has its very own Tea Blends series which includes Teh C, Hainan Tea, Herbal Tea, and Black Sugar Milk Tea. Packed with a true taste of Malaysian heritage, Ah Huat White Coffee makes for the perfect souvenir for your friends and family.

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2. Penang White Curry Noodle

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Next up, when in Malaysia, it goes without saying that a street food feast is mandatory. This means you’ve probably tried some of the best Malaysian street food out there like Laksa, Char Koay Teow, Curry Mee, and the list goes on. Well, what if we tell you that you can bring Malaysian street food home and make it in the comfort of your own home? That’s right, we’re talking about a packet (or 3) of Penang White Curry Noodles.

3. Tau Sar Pneah or Tambun Biscuit

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Have you heard of Tau Sar Pneah? Here’s a little info, Tau Sar Pneah or Tambun Biscuit is a round-shaped pastry with a fluffy crust and on the inside; packed to the edge with mung bean fillings. Originating from Penang, this treat is a popular take-me-home souvenir for visitors as they come in snack worthy bite-sized that can be easily enjoyed anytime, anywhere.

4. Dodol

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Next up on our list of the Top 5 Souvenirs To Bring Home From Malaysia is a dessert confectionary known as Dodol. Despite its peculiar name, Dodol is a sweet triangular-shaped treat that many Malaysians grew up with. Essentially, the ingredients in Dodol consist of coconut milk, glutinous rice flour, and palm sugar which are all stirred continuously in a large wok to create its sticky toffee-like texture. Dodol comes in different flavours such as Pandan or even Durian.

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5. Preserved or Dried Fruits

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The final item that makes the perfect souvenir from Malaysia is none other than preserved/dried fruits. The tropical climate in Malaysia produces various juicy, succulent fruits and let’s admit, bringing fresh fruits home after our trip is quite a hassle, and, fruit storage time is relatively short too. This is where preserved/dried fruits come into play. You can pick from all sorts of local fruits like mangoes, papayas, cempedak, and many more. Plus, you can decide if you want them preserved or dried. Besides, snacking on fruits is a healthier option too!

5 Must-Buy Made-In-Malaysia Souvenirs

And there you have it, these 5 items are all Made-In-Malaysia souvenirs that you absolutely need to bring home. If you ask us, a trip to Malaysia would not be complete without them all. Save this list so you can check off the souvenirs tab on your to-do list.

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