Klang is most famous for its cuisine. The locally produced pork-rib tea, bakkutteh, is a renowned dish that can be found in many street stalls and small shop-house restaurants. There are dozens of Chinese and Malay eateries found throughout the city, but the seafood restaurants certainly take centre stage. It is easy to find some respectable Indian and Mamak restaurants in town too. Nightlife is available, although it isn’t overly wild. The areas of Bukit Tinggi and Meru are the most famous areas for a few drinks after dark.Shopping
There is plenty of shopping in Klang. The Little India district is among Malaysia’s largest. The best part about this area is its competitiveness, which sees shoppers pick up great deals on most products. Every Saturday night, the local night market is a must visit attraction. Inexpensive items are on display, and food is found everywhere. Of course, the shopping malls like AEON Bukit Tanggi and Bukit Raja Shopping Centre also provide excellent retail therapy forlovers of shopping.