Muar has its own attractions, and I for one have always hankered after its Teochew kueh and soon kueh at its famous hawker street. My mother and aunties used to make fantastic Teochew kueh and soon kueh. Sadly, it is just too much trouble to make them anymore, and so whenever I go to Muar, it will be the stall that sells Teochew kueh that I would go to.
On the left, the soon kueh (a kind of Chinese cake with Chinese turnip filling), on the left the Teochew kueh (Chinese cake with glutinous rice filling)
My friend waiting for his satay; beside him a broken down door of an uninhabited building; I was told that buildings like this would be torn down to make way for the new