With Malaysian lifestyle that loves to just lepak with friends and talks. So, there is no reason why cafe hopping is not famous in Malaysia. If you keep visiting the same normal cafe and you will get bored of it. Themed cafe is the trend now so why not try themed cafes instead of the ordinary cafe that you always visit? You may think it’s hard to get themes cafe in a country like Malaysia. We’re here to prove you wrong. Check out these cafes when you hang out with your buddies next or perhaps a date?
1. V Bridal Café
Always want to experience Cherry Blossom season in Korean or Japan but too broke for it? Worry not, as this cafe in Ipoh will make you feel as if you’re under the Cherry Blossom tree as they apply that kind of concept to their cafe. This cafe is also inspired by Merry-Go-Round with pastel colors that make the cafe look cute and beautiful .
Just look at their cute desserts!
Other than just serving cute food and drinks, this Korean cafe also sells Korean cosmetics brand such as Innisfree, Sons & Park, Dr. Jart+, Laneige, 3CE, Etude House, Peri Pera, Innisfree and more! Good news is that you can get cosmetics here at a cheaper price than shopping malls as give a wholesale price.
Address: 54, Jalan Raja Musa Aziz, Kampung Jawa, 30300 Ipoh, Negeri Perak
Business Hour: 12-10 pm, Closed on Wednesdays
Phone: 017-523 3602
2. Ice Café
Is the weather extra hot today? Cool down in this Ice Cafe. You might want to bring your jacket along as the temperature of this cafe can be around 8°C-10°C!
The cafe decorated as if you’re in an ice world. You can find cool stuff like an igloo, snowmen, ice bath and a beautiful ice bed. Visit Ice Cafe and you can now brag to your friend that you have been in Elsa’s room!
Cool yourself down from the hot weather with their shaved ice desserts. There are many flavors to choose from such as strawberry, kiwi, and mango. Similar to ‘ice kacang’ the desserts here are topped with fruits and got their flavor from the syrup.
Address: 193(Level 1), Lebuh Victoria, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Business Hours: Monday –Thursday 10:30 am -7:30 pm, Friday – Sunday 10:30 am -10:30 pm
Phone: 04-262 1193
3. Old China Café
Travel back in time and experience the Old China feeling in this cafe. Old China Café attempts to keep up a similarity of the Chinese people group’s old social life that is blurring into history.
This cafe wants to help us to remember the diligent work completed by the early Chinese pilgrims of Kuala Lumpur way back in 1857 when tin was first mined in Ampang. Their work profited KL enormously and established the framework for a fruitful business focus which should be appreciated.
They serve authentic Baba Nyonya cuisine that totally suits the theme of the cafe. It gives that old and original feeling when you eat at this cafe.
Address: 11, Jalan Balai Polis, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Business Hours: 11 am -11 pm
Phone: 03-2072 5915
4. The Lawn Café
Any Jay Chou’s fan out there? Jay Chou fans in Malaysia must be crazy over this cafe if they know. The Lawn cafe got its inspiration from one of Jay Chou’s music video called the ‘Handwritten Past’. The music video was released 3 years ago.
Just look at this video and see how similar this cafe is to the music video.
Located in a spacious place surrounded by grass, this cafe is the perfect spot for your instagrammable pictures!
Address: PT2509,, Jalan Paya Terubong, Paya Terubong, 11060 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Business Hours: 10 am -10 pm
Phone: 016-796 6089
5. Old School Café
This school themed cafe bring back our nostalgic memories of our primary school. Old School Cafe divided the seating arrangements into 2 part, class and canteen. Classroom and canteen sound like a perfect combination! You can choose what kind of experience you want to feel again. Either the fun recess time or classroom memories.
This cafe really helps you rewind back all your memories as they not only sell food and drinks but, childhood snacks, toys, and stationeries. It’s one-of-a-kind ideas for someone to apply this concept to their cafe.
Even their menu is written on notebooks that we used to write for our notes and homework. Really creative!
Outside of the cafe, there is a huge mural of ‘bas sekolah’, so it is very hard for you not to notice this café.
Address: Jalan 13/6, Jaya One, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Business Hours: 10 am -10 pm
Phone: 03-7499 3966