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Comidas y restaurantes en Kluang

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Cafetería
“Kluang Rail Coffee This themed cafe offers mainly Malayan food where in Mee Siam and Redang chicken are the strongly recommended! Of course, charcoal grilled coconut butter toast is also a must-try! You can either have it in a round shaped or in a square one.”
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Cafetería
“Established in 1938, this rustic cafe is a pit-stop for visitors and locals since its commencement some 70 years ago. Taste the flavours of yesteryears in the form of Kluang aromatic coffee, kaya toasts and buns (charcoal-grilled bread with coconut jam and melting butter), nasi lemak (fragrant rice with chili wrapped in banana leaf), etc. There are other branches in the town center with a greater menu, but nothing beats the experience of lounging here because of its atmospheric old-school environment. Listen to the whistles that signal the coming and going of the train while you sip your preferred beverage. Note: popular items such as mee siam (flavorful rice noodles) and curry puff tend t”
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Hotel
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Cafetería
“Live music starts on 9pm till midnight. It's a good place to enjoy the music sang by our local performers. Kluang definitely has a lot of good voices that smooths your soul. Local people hang out there quite often. It's a nice place to rest and relax even in the afternoon with an ice cold beer in your hand. It is quiet and not packed in the afternoon. ”
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Cafetería
“Established in 1938, this rustic cafe is a pit-stop for visitors and locals since its commencement some 70 years ago. Taste the flavours of yesteryears in the form of Kluang aromatic coffee, kaya toasts and buns (charcoal-grilled bread with coconut jam and melting butter), nasi lemak (fragrant rice with chili wrapped in banana leaf), etc. There are other branches in the town center with a greater menu, but nothing beats the experience of lounging here because of its atmospheric old-school environment. Listen to the whistles that signal the coming and going of the train while you sip your preferred beverage. Note: popular items such as mee siam (flavorful rice noodles) and curry puff tend t”
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Cafetería
“It is located along the Kluang Street Art area. You can grab a nice coffee there after a sightseeing and phototaking session on the street. Opening hours: 10am to 6pm daily and off on Monday. They do only serves few favors of sandwich but the latte is good.”
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