You may be on a diet, but your Kuala Lumpur experience won’t be complete without sampling its desserts. The restaurants and cafes here serve up a variety of dessert items.

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Naj & Belle

It only takes a 3-minute walk from SS15 LRT Station to enjoy the best watermelon cake in Malaysia. Naj & Belle offers a list of sweets and beverages, but the first place is won by its signature cake made of watermelon, strawberries, and cream. Those staying at a hotel near Bukit Bintang can get here in no time.

Mykori Dessert Café

With nearly 80 outlets all over the country, Mykori Dessert Café serves an irresistible collection of desserts. Even if you are a guest at The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel, you must make your way to this cosy café and allow yourself a bit of indulgence.


ABC (the acronym for Ais Batu Campur) is a local favourite served at Sepiring. This is what locals turn to on a hot day in Malaysia. ABC is made of beans, jelly, peanuts, raisins, and palm sugar.

Marc et Farid Patisserie

To satisfy your craving for French desserts, go to Marc et Farid. The patisserie serves a list of desserts including French pastries, macarons, and eclairs.