SS15, Subang Jaya is currently known as Bubble Tea Street, and rightly so as it is now home to many powerhouse brands of bubble tea
1. JLD Dragon MY 吉龙糖马来西亚
The newest kid on the block, most of JLD Dragon’s ingredients are imported from Japan and Taiwan. We love their signature Brown Sugar Bubble Tea that's topped with a combination of whipping cream and creme fraise. JLD Dragon is not on the main bubble street, so finding parking is a lot easier here.
Xing Fu Tang currently has the longest queue along the main bubble tea street, with many patrons willing to wait up to two hours for it. While you're there for their Signature Brown Sugar Boba Milk, be sure to try their Mango Smoothie that's topped with an adorable Panna Cotta Rabbit.
3. The Alley Malaysia 鹿角巷
4. DABOBA Malaysia 熊黑堂
DABOBA is popular for their roasted brown sugar series and their honey golden pearl series too. Their best selling item is the Honey Golden Pearl Green Milk Tea.
5. OneZo 丸作食茶
OneZo is known for their many flavours of pearls, including aloe vera and cactus. The pearls are made fresh every day and have no added preservatives.
6. Tea Amo
Tea Amo is popular for its Taufa brown sugar pearl series, and you can choose from many different types of milk like rose milk, peach milk, caramel milk, and even hazelnut milk. They even have ice cream topped with pearls.
7. Gong Cha
Gong Cha has probably been in SS15 the longest. They have many seasonal flavours, so you'll never be bored. We recommend their Winter Melon tea with white pearls, that's perfect on a hot day.
Tealive needs no introduction in the bubble tea world. We currently can't get enough of their Bang Bang series which is hot brown sugar pearls that's best served with cold milk.
9. Cha Wan Jia Bubble Tea Malaysia 茶丸家
Cha Wan Jia has an extensive menu featuring lots of different fruit teas, and many different flavours of pearls.
Chatto is also not on the main bubble tea street, so you'll have more luck finding parking here. They are currently the only bubble tea shop in SS15 to serve food; try yummy sandwiches like Kimchi Chicken and Teriyaki Chicken here!
11. Pin Tea
We know Pin Tea isn't exactly considered bubble tea as they don't sell pearls, but it's worth mentioning anyway! Pin Tea sells a wide selection of fruit teas using fresh fruits, they even load up their drinks with fresh fruit slices. Their drinks are packed with antioxidants, fibre, and Vitamin C.
12. Moge Tee Malaysia
13. Shifen 十分车站
If you're looking for something other than the classic brown sugar boba, Shifen Station offers quirky drinks like Banana Milk, Mint Milk Tea with Crushed Crackers, and Sour Plum with Grape.
Address: 80, Jalan SS15/4d, 47500 Subang Jaya
Opening Hours: 11am to 1am (Daily).
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