• As for tipples, most of the liquor you find in Malaysia comes from the lychee fruit and tastes sweet and flowery, but beer is usually available too. Our favorite bar was tucked away on a side street off Jin Bunga Raya. Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Tan, the bar has been in their family for five generations, and the beautiful plank of solid wood upon which Mrs. Tan placed our beverage is almost 100 years old. After a long day of wandering, it’s the perfect place to put up your feet and throw one back.

Photography by David Hagerman

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