22 Souvenirs from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia! Baramaki sweets and cute goods with good taste

Recommended souvenirs in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

This section introduces everything from snacks that can be distributed with good taste to cute tropical goods and cosmetics born in Malaysia. .

This time I was in Malaysia for two weeks, so I could take my time looking at souvenirs!

I have carefully selected the ones that I can recommend, so if you are going to Malaysia in the future, please take a look at them.
Malaysia is inexpensive, and shopping was fun!

★For souvenirs for your company or acquaintances, I recommend shopping smartly by mail order. You can buy Malaysian souvenirs such as chocolates in the shape of the Petronas Twin Towers and pineapple cookies by mail order at prices not that different from local prices. Enjoy shopping for yourself in Malaysia!

Malaysian sweets

Chocolate in Belize

Beryl’s is a leading chocolate manufacturer in Malaysia.

In Malaysian supermarkets, you will absolutely find Belizean chocolates.

It’s elegant without being too sweet, so if you’re buying chocolate as a souvenir, you can’t go wrong with Belize’s.

The most popular is the Tiramisu chocolate flavor.

These flavors are hard to find in Japan, so they’re easy to give away as souvenirs!

At the supermarkets near the tourist sites, you can also find Petronas Twin Towers shaped chocolates in tins!

[Price]
US$1.43 (5.5RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarkets

Milo’s Chocolate

Milo is the national drink of Malaysia.

It is a cocoa-flavored nutritious drink that is very much loved in Malaysia.

That kind of Milo has been transformed into chocolate! The bite-sized Milo-flavored chocolates were to my Japanese taste.

You can buy a bag for only one dollar, so it is perfect as a souvenir to give away.

[Price]
US$1.27 (4.91RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarkets

Oat Crunch Cookies

Oat crunch cookies are commonly eaten in Malaysia.

These cocoa-flavored cookies are filled with oatmeal and have an elegant taste without being too sweet.

Individually packaged in a cute package, they make an excellent souvenir to give away to your friends and colleagues.
I bought one for my office too, and they loved it!

[Price]
$2.86 (11RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarkets, Central Market

Chocolates at the Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers shaped chocolates are a staple but popular gift.

It’s easy to recognize as Malaysian, so it’s easy to give as a souvenir.

For women, I recommend the ones in the cute pink tins!

Supermarkets near tourist attractions also have a selection of chocolates in tins.

[Price]
$4.16 (16RM)

[Where to buy]
Mercato supermarket, Central Market

Mango Candy

In Malaysia, a tropical country, there are many fruit-flavored candies and gummies.

Many of them are authentic and have a strong fruit flavor.

I think they are perfect for souvenirs to give away.

The best fruit gummies are from a company called “LOT100”!

[Price]
$3.90 (15RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarket

Exotic and cute! Malaysian goods

Miscellaneous goods by famous Malaysian designer “Peter Ho”

The goods of Peter Ho, a leading Malaysian designer, are all cute.

You have to go to his store to buy them, but I highly recommend women who like miscellaneous goods to go there.

Cushions can be bought by the cover alone, so they are not bulky to take home as souvenirs.

You can buy just the cover of a cushion, so it won’t be too bulky to take home as a souvenir.

[Price]
Cushion covers are $20 each.

[Where to buy]

Basic Information about Peter Ho Beyond
Opening hours: 11:00 – 19:00
Closed: No particular day
Address: 62-1 FIRST FLOOR,THE ROW, JALAN DORAISAMY, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

▼I wrote more about my visit to the Peter Ho store in my travelogue.
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Prakanan tableware

Brightly colored and gorgeous Prakanan tableware.

The name “Prakanan” refers to the fact that a Chinese man and a Malaysian woman married in the past and established a glamorous and unique culture.

Emerald green and pink colorful tableware is very popular among Japanese people. If you display them in your room, they’ll make it all the more gorgeous!

[Price]
A cup costs $6.50 (25RM)

[Where to buy]
Central Market

Islamic Art Museum Goods

At the Kuala Lumpur Museum of Islamic Art, you can buy cute souvenirs of Islamic art.

Coasters and memo pads can be bought for $1 to $3, making them very affordable.

The design is sophisticated, so it would make a good souvenir for your girlfriends.

The Museum of Islamic Art is located next to the National Mosque, so try to visit it together with a tour of the mosque.

[Price]
A coaster is $3.12 (12RM)
A notepad is $1.30 (5RM)

[Where to buy]
Museum of Islamic Art

Basic Information on the Museum of Islamic Art
Opening hours: 9:30 – 18:00
Closed: No holidays
Address: Perdana, Jalan Lembah, Tasik Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Batik pattern accessories

There are also many cute small items with batik patterns, a fabric used in Indonesia and Malaysia.

It’s hard to find these in Japan, and the dark colored accessories are so cute!

There are also many fashion goods that would go well with the streets of Malaysia.

[Price]
A tissue case costs $2.60 (10RM).

[Where to buy]
Central Market, Mydin

One Piece

If you come to Malaysia, try to buy a tropical dress.

Even if the dress is a bit flashy in color, it will look very beautiful when worn on the streets of Malaysia.

You can buy one for less than $10, so if it catches your fancy, go ahead and buy it!

[Price]
$7.80 (30RM)

[Where to buy]
Central Market, Chinatown

basket bag

A basket bag is also a unique souvenir from Malaysia, a tropical country.

You can buy a basket bag for less than $10, so if you see one with a cute design, go ahead and buy it!

I saw many basket bags, dresses, and other fashion-related goods on Putaling Street, the main street in Chinatown.

[Price]
7.80 USD (30RM)

[Where to buy]
Central Market, Chinatown

Beautiful with the power of nature. Malaysian cosmetics

Moist and fragrant sea cucumber soap

Sea cucumber soap is the most famous cosmetic product in Malaysia.

You may be surprised to hear that it is a sea cucumber, but it actually contains a lot of beauty ingredients that are great for skin regeneration.

The scent of lemon and hibiscus is also very nice.

The soap wrapped in batik-patterned cloth is cute and would make a great souvenir for your girlfriends.

[Price]
US$15.60 (60RM) for three large pieces

[Where to buy]
Central Market

The Original Ayurvedic Cosmetics “Himalaya”

Himalaya is the original Ayurvedic cosmetic brand. Himalaya is an Indian brand, but it is also available in Malaysia at affordable prices.

Ayurvedic cosmetics are naturally derived from herbs and other natural ingredients, and contain no additives.

Therefore, it is great that anyone can use them safely.

All of Himalaya’s cosmetics are of a high level and affordable, making them a good souvenir for women who like cosmetics.

The lip products, especially those with no additives, are very popular. I like them so much I’ve decided to repeat them!

[Price]
Lips are $1.04 (4RM)

[Where to buy]
Drugstores, supermarkets

Tanamera, Malaysia’s natural cosmetics

Tanamera, a Malaysian cosmetic brand, has also become famous for its natural cosmetics.

These cosmetics use the power of herbs and plants to cleanse without adding artificial fragrances, colorants, or preservatives.

Most of them cost around $10, so I’d like to buy some for myself as a souvenir.

[Price]
Massage oil is $9.36 (36RM)

[Where to buy] Central Market
Central Market

Basic Information about Tanah Merah
Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:30
Regular holiday: None
Address: G25,Central Market GF

Ayurvedic soap

Ayurvedic soap is made based on the idea of Ayurveda, which has a history of over 5000 years.

It is hard to find in Japan, but in Malaysia, you can buy it for around a dollar.

Ayurvedic soaps do not contain any additives and are very gentle to use.

The power of the herbs and plants makes the soap moisturizing and I love it.

[Price]
1.25 USD (4.84 RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarkets, drugstores

Local Whitening Cream

There were also many whitening body lotions available from Malaysian cosmetic brands.

They all cost around $2 to $3, so if you are interested in whitening your skin, you can buy one.

The body lotion was fragrant, and moisturizing to the touch!

[Price]
$2.08 (8RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarkets, drugstores

Tea and coffee

“BOH” for Asian-style flavored tea

BOH, a black tea from Malaysia. In fact, it is such a high quality tea that it is even drunk by the British Royal Family.

In addition to orthodox black tea, tropical flavored teas such as apricot, peach and hibiscus are also popular.

Those flavored teas were so fragrant, so good!

They cost around $2.50 a box, so I highly recommend them as a souvenir from Malaysia!

[Price]
$2.47 (9.5RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarket, Mydin

Malaysia’s TWG?! Tea Bird Tea Organic

This is Tea Bird Tea Organic, another tea brand from Malaysia.

With its sophisticated packaging and fragrant tea leaves, it seems to be very popular these days.

I had a chance to taste it at the supermarket, and it tasted quite good.

I think it will become famous as the second most expensive tea after TWG in Singapore.

[Price]
$7.28 (28RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarket “Mercato”

White Coffee

The most common type of coffee in Malaysia is “white coffee”.

Margarine is added to the beans when they are roasted, which gives it a richer flavor than regular coffee.

I think a lot of Japanese people like the rich taste of this coffee!

I liked the taste so much that I bought some white coffee to take home as a souvenir.

[Price]
$3.51 (13.5RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarkets, Central Market

Tea Tarik

Tea Tarik, the Malaysian version of milk tea.

It is a milk tea with condescending milk added, and has a rich taste as well.

Lipton has released a pack of tea tarik that you can easily enjoy.

It comes in an individual package, so you can hand it out along with sweets.

[Price]
$3.12 (12RM)

[Where to buy]
Supermarkets, Central Market

Recommended places to buy souvenirs in Kuala Lumpur

Sweets, cosmetics and more! Mercato, the supermarket where you can find everything you need

On the first floor of the Pavilion, the most famous shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, there is a supermarket called “Mercato”.

Since the Pavilion is a shopping mall that also attracts tourists from all over the world, this Mercato has many Malaysian souvenirs.

You can find almost all of Malaysia’s popular souvenirs at the Mercato! .

  • Candy in a can
  • Sweets and teas in sophisticated packages
  • Malaysia’s popular cosmetics

Since it is a convenient place for sightseeing, it is recommended to get food-based souvenirs from Mercato.

Basic information about Merkato
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Regular holiday: None
Address: Level 1, Lot 01.01 & Lot 01.02, 168, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A treasure trove of cute goods! Central Market

If you want to buy cute goods as souvenirs, go to the Central Market.

This is a spot where you can shop all day long because of the cooler weather.

We have picked out three famous stores for you to stop by.

Nirmala Sari

Nirmala Sari, which sells nameko soap, is often mentioned in guidebooks.

とI’m sure you’ll be pleased with the quality of the soaps, which are very fragrant and come in cute batik-patterned bags.

Basic Information about Nirmala Sari
Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:30
Regular holiday: None
Address: G41,Central Market GF

Prakanan Heritage Gallery

Prakanan Heritage Gallery, which carries a wide variety of Prakanan goods.

The store had a lot of gorgeous tableware and sundries.

Basic Information about Prakanan Heritage Gallery
Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:30
Closed: No holidays
Address: G69,Central Market GF

Tanah Merah

Tanah Merah is a Malaysian cosmetic brand that has been using herbs and fruits for over 100 years.

Cosmetics that use the power of plants seem to be very popular among women.

Rose water and body creams were in abundance.

Basic information about Tanamera
Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:30
Regular holiday: None
Address: G25,Central Market GF

Peter Ho when it comes to Malaysian goods

Peter Ho” is definitely introduced in the guidebooks of Kuala Lumpur.

It used to have a large store, but after he retired, the style changed to selling goods in a corner of the cafe.

It’s not an overflowing store, but if you like his designs, it’s a spot worth visiting.

Basic information about Peter Ho Beyond
Opening hours: 11:00 – 19:00
Closed: No specific days
Address: 62-1 FIRST FLOOR,THE ROW, JALAN DORAISAMY, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

If it’s cheap, it’s here! Mydin, a local Indian supermarket

I just want to buy some cheap souvenirs! If you want to buy souvenirs at a reasonable price, go to Mydin, a local Indian supermarket.

You can buy Malaysian snacks and boxed souvenirs at reasonable prices.

We also bought most of our Malaysian souvenirs at Mydin.

Basic information about Mydin
Opening hours: 9:30 – 20:00
Regular holiday: None
Address: 58, Jalan Tun Perak, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

If you like Islamic art, visit the Museum of Islamic Art.

Malaysia does not have very sophisticated goods, but the souvenirs at the Museum of Islamic Art were very cute.

This is a good place to visit, especially if you find Islamic art to your liking.

There is also a restaurant attached, so I recommend going there for lunch as well.

Basic Information on the Museum of Islamic Art
Opening hours: 9:30 – 18:00
Closed: No holidays
Address: Perdana, Jalan Lembah, Tasik Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malaysian souvenirs that can be purchased by mail order


Malaysian souvenirs can actually be purchased by mail order.

  • Twin Towers of Chocolate
  • Pineapple cookies
  • Mango pudding
  • Chocolate Roll Cookie
  • Malaysian soap

Advantages of Buying Souvenirs by Mail Order

The following are some of the advantages of buying Malaysian souvenirs by mail order.

  • You don’t have to worry about buying souvenirs locally
  • Surprisingly cheap (about $13 for a box of pineapple cookies)
  • Delicious taste
  • A wide variety to choose from
  • No need to carry heavy luggage locally
  • No Japanese notation, so you won’t know you bought it in Japan
  • You can specify the time of delivery

It’s a little more expensive than buying locally, but considering the time and transportation costs of searching around for souvenirs locally, I felt it was a good deal.

Be smart about preparing souvenirs for distribution by mail order, and enjoy sightseeing and shopping for yourself when you are there! There is no need to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away.

You don’t have to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away. You can buy souvenirs by mail order, so why not prepare souvenirs to give away here?

Malaysia is cheap and fun to shop

In this article, I focused on sweets for handouts and cute sundries.

In Malaysia, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to buy cute goods and delicious foods.

If you want to enjoy your own shopping and sightseeing during your stay in Malaysia, mail order is also a good option.
Have a great time shopping in Kuala Lumpur!

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