Think You’re A Foodie? Prove Your Street Food Hunting Skills!
Drop your recommendations for the best street food Malaysia has to offer!
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Malaysians love food. It’s our defining trait, really. And we love nothing more than street food.
Everyone has their absolute favourite hawker stall or late-night food spots they swear by. Celebrating with friends? Had a bad day and need to cheer yourself up? These places will never fail you (and your stomach).
So if you think you’re a true-blue foodie and know all the best places to eat, why not prove it?
The Hottest Hunt
If you think you’ve got what it takes, Tiger Beer wants you to join the Hottest Hunt to find the best street food to pair perfectly with ice-cold Tiger Crystal.
The Tiger Street Food Festival is a yearly celebration that pairs the best Malaysian street food with Tiger Beer. In the past two years, the celebration continued online, but this year Tiger is making a comeback with activities and great eats around the country leading up to the fan-favourite festival.
However, that’s not all: this year, the Hottest Hunt will feature a directory of street food, carefully curated by foodies just like you!
Share recommendations of your favourite street food outlets or hunt for new ones by seeing what other foodies recommend. From piping hot bowls of curry noodles to roadside burgers, there is something for everything you are craving.
Just head over to their website to recommend places or find recommendations—or both!
Recommending a new eatery is super easy: simply type in the name (it will autofill if the eatery is listed on Google Maps), add a picture, and then post it.
You will get points for each new recommendation, which can be exchanged for rewards.
The best part is, you can also leave reviews and comments on other people’s hunts, which will also net you points. So, if you’re getting reviews that agree with your recommendation, you know you’re definitely a top foodie!
A Party On The Streets
Of course, there’s more than just dropping pins. Keep an eye out for the Tiger Crystal Fire Truck that will appear at selected outlets within the Klang Valley, Penang, Ipoh, Melaka and Johor regions from now until 14 October 2022. Keen to catch it? Find the truck schedule here.
The Tiger Crystal Fire Truck is not actually a firetruck—instead, it is a pretty blue lok lok truck that serves up hot and spicy soup bases and sauces!
Other than hot dishes like curry laksa, white pepper, mala, and more, there is also the Fire Challenge to test their limits and score ice-cold Tiger Crystal to pair perfectly with bold street food flavours.
That’s not all either, as Tiger Beer and Tiger Crystal will be sporting hot new looks with limited-edition cans and bottles, which you can find at selected hypermarkets, supermarkets, restaurants, and food courts.
Then, get ready for the long-awaited Tiger Street Food Festival! It will be hosted over two awesome weekends, on 28-30 October AND also 4-6 November. The street food hunt starts early at 4pm and ends at 12 midnight, so whether you’re looking for a late lunch, early dinner, or supper, head over to Factory 19 at Section 19, Petaling Jaya to sample the hottest street food.
With maze-like alleyways and secret rooms to unlock extra rewards and prizes, fans are in for an elevated street food experience paired perfectly with Tiger Crystal.
RSVP now for a free Tiger Crystal to be redeemed at the festival here. The event and drinks are only open to non-Muslims aged 21 and above. Fans are urged to enjoy themselves responsibly and not drink and drive.
READ MORE: [Watch] Tiger Street Food Is Firing Up The Hottest Hunt
Tiger Street Food Festival
Date: 28-30 October and 4-6 November
Venue: Factory 19 @ Section 19, PJ
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Anne is an advocate of sustainable living and the circular economy, and has managed to mum-nag the team into using reusable containers to tapau food. She is also a proud parent of 4 cats and 1 rabbit.