"Get out of the city - eat some satay in Kajang!" Top 5 Page for this destination Kajang by twoseids

Kajang Travel Guide: 29 reviews and 127 photos

According to most Malaysians, satay originated (at least in Malaysia) in Kajang. This small town is located southeast of Kuala Lumpur, about 40 minutes by car or by the KTM commuter train (catch it at the KL Central station).

Satay is usually about 50 sen a stick. You can get beef, chicken, deer, liver and different seafood too. It comes with a peanut sauce on the side, and usually some compacted rice (called "nasi impit" or "ketupat") and sliced cucumbers.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:great satay!
  • Cons:bad traffic, a bit far from Kuala Lumpur
  • In a nutshell:Kajang - a small town with great food!
  • Intro Written Feb 19, 2004
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  • Oct 18, 2005 at 2:57 AM

    Thanks for the helpful tips on Kajang (unlike most of the 'tips' posted up by others here...sigh...)

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