Friday, 20 January 2012

Kenanga Food Court 何清园美食中心 @ Kenanga Wholesale City 何清园批发城 , KL

Kenanga Food Court 何清园美食中心 @ Kenanga Wholesale City 何清园批发城 , KL

Chinese New Year is just right after a corner. While I done my CNY shopping at here, I had my light lunch at this Kenanga food court (non-halal food court) at 7th floor. For your quick information, they do have Halal food court at 3rd floor. At this Kenanga food court, they providing quite a lot of choices, all selected from the famous one like Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee, Jalan Imbi Pork Noodles, Siang Kee Chay Kuey Teow and etc. 

I personally like their idea of this. For heavy eater like me, I will prefer eat first before shopping, then have a tea-break in the middle of and proceed to dinner before end my shopping. My shopping tips at Kenanga Wholesale City. For non-muslim only, eat at 7th floor first, then proceed to shop from the higher level to lower level then heading back to car-park, very convenient right? The same tips apply to muslim shopper with start makan-makan at 3rd floor.


 Plenty of table and seat, its could be accumulate at least 200 persons in one times.
Garment display surrounding you. At the same time of eating, you can do your shopping as well.
 Outdoor - smoking area













BBQ Chicken Set   RM15
Claypot Beggar Rice   RM9.90
Well, the price here is seem slightly higher than ordinary one. I rather pay the same price on other nearby kopitiam. Claypot beggar rice and Korean food which I ordered taste so-so only. Then, I need no to clearly describe how was the taste like. Next time, if I found no where to eat at unfamiliar place, my preferred food will still stick to restaurant food, at least their food quality was well-constant.


AddressKenanga Food Court 何清园美食中心
2, Jalan Gelugor, 
55200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS : N03 08.056'  E101 42.496'

Business Hour : 10am - 8pm daily


Getting Here
Located strategically in the heart of Malaysia's fashion wholesale hub - Jalan Kenanga. It is only minutes away from Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle.

By Road
Kenanga Wholesale City is accessible from Jalan Hang Tuah and Jalan Loke Yew. From Jalan Hang Tuah towards Jalan Loke Yew direction, you can make a left turn to Jalan Kenanga, after the Hang Tuah LRT station.

From Jalan Loke Yew towards Jalan Cheras direction, you can make a left turn to Jalan San Peng, after Tsun Jin High School. Follow this with another left turn to Jalan Gelugor at the traffic light.

By LRT
From Putra line (Kelana Jaya[KJ24] or Terminal Putra Gombak[KJ1]), interchange at Masjid Jamek[KJ13] to STAR line, disembark at Hang Tuah LRT station[ST3].

For STAR line route, disembark at Hang Tuah LRT station[ST3].

By Monorail
For Monorail route, disembark at Hang Tuah Monorail station[MR4].

By Bus
Rapid KL[B112],[U423].

A 5 minutes walking distance from Hang Tuah Rail and Bus station to Kenanga Wholesale City.


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15 comments:

  1. I love shopping at wholesale places; that's what I do when I visit Bangkok. Hope I'll get the chance to visit this place too :)

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  2. @blackswan Haha.. this place still very new.. come here and explore more..

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  3. yumm yumm,,,,hokkien mee my fav

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  4. @smallkucing Yoyo.. Is good!

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  5. its so near my office yet i have not pop by for any shopping or makan.

    btw, does the le porc dor here serve satay?

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  6. this place is really overpriced! i remembered my pan mee costs RM9.90 per bowl there when i can get them at most RM5 from other hawker centre

    Latest: Largest CNY Event Ever!

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  7. @missyblurkit Haha.. I see no on their menu.. Maybe u can try ask for..

    @fish Yup.. agree.. the price is sky high.. i will dine there unless heavy rain outside, no where go..

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  8. Love this post. So many info.. I've heard of this place before but I don't quite familiar with the place... Thanks for the transportation guide!

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  9. @eunice Sure.. You welcome..

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  10. Wow thats alot of info xD

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  11. @houhousek.net hope my info will help u alot..

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  12. The food court looks nice n clean..
    A lot varieties of food.. yummy yummy

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  13. @simpleperson Ya.. Clean and nice.. no rat runing around.. Haha.. There is lot of choices.. but taste at your own risk.. keke

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  14. Sound very interesting on the shopping part - what type of wholesale,
    clothes, accessories, handbags, home decor, shoes etc? I would like
    to visit this place if I have the chance when in KL city.
    Btw...your blog is very informative, great job! Thanks.
    Would like to wish you and family :-)
    "Happy & Prosperous Chinese New year 2012"

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  15. @iriene Yes.. They do fashion wholesale.. Everything include with categories... Thanks

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