Da Men Mall
No 1, Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ 1
47600 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel : 603- 8021 0222
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Mon – Sun
Happening from 18 July until 31 December 2020, the “A Taste of Malaysia” at Da Men USJ brings the best of Malaysian flavours and craft to the community, echoing the Government’s sentiment to support the local economy.
Discover handmade arts and crafts, snacks, confectioneries, coffee and tea, homemade artisanal food and more, alongside a variety of cultural dances and performances, exciting contests and games, educational workshops and more for a wholesome Malaysian experience at Da Men USJ.
Here are some of the merchants that participated in “A Taste of Malaysia” :
• Established in 1982 for premium Malaysian handicrafts that reflects Malaysia’s ethnic and cultural heritage.
• Products include fashion apparels, decorative accessories, gifts and souvenirs, interior decoration items as well as ethnic craft made by the B40 community.
• Designers consists of a group of 4 friends each with different tastes, preferences, personalities and backgrounds who share a passion for making beautiful things.
• Inspired by the stunning colours of dragonflies and their ability to adapt to changing environments.
• Products include one-of-a-kind bags and accessories.
• Founded by Tay Wee Kean (1st Gen) in 1954 by making small rattan handicrafts.
• Tay Cek Xin (4th Gen) expanded productions in 2004 to established Rattan Art as a professional rattan furniture maker.
• Prides itself on using the best Malaysian material and great local workmanship.
• Rattan Art has been around long enough to call themselves the oldest rattan furniture maker in Malaysia.
• As part of the new normal, SoGear provides essential fabric face masks that designed to fit snugly from nose to chin.
• SoGear is doing their part in reducing strain on the healthcare system and making a positive impact on society.
• Fabrics handpicked to ensure the highest quality in products that are comfortable, stylish and timeless while providing protection.
• Established in 1995, Beryl’s Chocolate and Confectionery Sdn Bhd aims for excellence to produce the very best chocolates for both local and global markets.
• First factory in small town Desa Serdang started out manufacturing consumer-packed chocolates sold to duty-free outlets around the country.
• Beryl’s can be found in over 15 countries around the world.
Hai Seng Hin Enterprise
• Established in 1969 mainly as a fishing and fish trading, export and import business.
• Most famous seafood snacks manufacturer in Pangkor Island.
• Fresh seafood from fisher folk in scattered fishing settlements.
• Leading producer of seafood snacks including Crispy Satay Cuttlefish, Satay Fish, Sotong and Prawn Crackers, Barbeque Fish and more.
Nyonya Guan Jia
• Chef Keon’s cooking is influenced by his childhood in Melaka, rich with history, cultural diversity and considered the birthplace of the Peranakan community.
• Combination of local heritage, love for inherited family recipes, and perfectionism made him a master of Peranakan cuisine.
• Recipes are carefully crafted using natural ingredients and preservative free.
• Signature products include otak-otak, sambal belacan, pineapple tarts and chili garam.
Yuan Xiang Pastries Supply
• Founded in 1998, shortly after the financial crisis by Mrs. Yap and her four children, making handmade jelly mooncakes with family recipe passed down by Mrs. Yap’s father.
• Yuan Xiang Pastries Supply opened in Puchong in 2018, signifies traditional taste and smell of the best quality pastries and cookies.
• Has a proud line of 100 products including Hup Toh Soh, Lao Po Bing and Xiang Song Bing.
Mrs Lim’s Cookies
• Mrs. Lim has been passionately making delicious snacks and cookies in her home kitchen since launching her business in 2012.
• All products are made from scratch with the highest quality ingredients.
Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea
• In 1964, Mr. Tan Chik Kai stared Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea stall with this unique blend.
• It has since grown from original location at Pasar Bukit Bintang (current location of Fahrenheit 88 and Lot 10), to Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang (Imbi Market) and finally ICC Pudu.
• Hainan Tea is a combination of both quality Arabica and Robusta coffee and world’s best Indian black tea, emphasizing tea fragrance with a great aftertaste.
• Must buy souvenir that represents the taste of Kuala Lumpur over the past 50 years.
• Founded by Mr. Goh Tong Tor in 1966 using television set as branding.
• In 1960s Malaysia, owning a television set was a prestige, bringing families and friends together with the latest news and entertainment. Products of the highest quality and prestige.
• Founded by Mr. Kong Wing Kheong in the 1970s and known for being one of the original Ipoh white coffee brands.
• Humble beginnings in a coffee shop at Ipoh’s Jalan Pasir Puteh, to being a major producer and distributor of Ipoh white coffee internationally.
• Chang Jiang’s local and international success is testament to the quality and flavour of its products, making white coffee synonymous with Ipoh.
• Established in December 2011, Penang under the Sky Resources Group of Companies, manufactures a wide range of authentic Malaysian food products with premium quality.
• Uses traditional ingredients and natural spices with perfect blend and proportions to excite taste buds.
• Known for the Penang White Curry Instant Noodle inspired by famous hawker food in Penang.
• With word-of-mouth recommendation and worldwide response, the demand for MyKuali’s Penang White Curry Noodle multiplied tenfold in less than 6 months.
• Dealing mainly in spices, founders of Kacang Macha decided to diversify into snacks with spices as main ingredients in 2013.
• Partnered with a factory in Ipoh to manufacture traditional Malaysian snacks.
• Certified halal with zero trans-fats, zero cholesterol, no added preservatives, colouring and rich in plant-base proteins.
• Innovative product series of murukku comes in curry, cheese, hot & spicy, smoky, BBQ, spicy BBQ as well as sour cream & onion flavours.
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