Cool Off From The Hot Weather At These 7 Klang Valley Spots With Kakigori And Bingsu

Because don't want sore throat before CNY. :p

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1. Soylab

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This new spot in Damansara Uptown serves everything related to soybean, including this soy-based kakigori that is DELISH!

'Soy Nice' is shaved soya ice with boba, Adzuki beans, topped with crushed peanuts, and drizzled with homemade sugar syrup.

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104, Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Utama, 47400
Petaling Jaya, Selangor

2. Mykori Dessert Cafe

Choc Oreo and Mount Mauve kakigori

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Thai tea bingsu

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You'll be spoilt for choice at this kakigori spot which has 15-20 different types of flavours! The shaved ice tastes like freshly fallen snow - perfect for this hot season. :D

Mykori has several branches all over Klang Valley, including:
- Old Klang Road,
- SS2 PJ,
- SS15 Subang,
- Puchong,
- Kota Kemuning,
- Mahkota Cheras, and
- Bukit Tinggi Klang.

You can find out where its other branches are located here.

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3. Hanbing Korean Dessert

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Although Hanbing Korean Dessert originates from Hong Kong, they are known to make their bingsu taste as amazing as it looks!

Compared to other places, Hanbing's bingsu is said to be slightly smaller in size but can still be shared between two people.

There are three branches:
Bangsar, Subang Jaya, and Putrajaya.

You can find out where its branches are located here.

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4. Kakigōri

Tiramisu kakigori

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Matcha kakigori

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If this humid weather is getting to you, head to one of the Kakigōri's branches for a cool, breezy dessert experience.

Kakigōri has 10 different flavours to choose from, with seasonal flavours introduced from time to time.

Its minimalistic cafes also have a great ambience for a chilled Sunday afternoon with friends.

There are two branches:
Taman Paramount, PJ and The Gardens Mall, KL.

You can find out where its branches are located here.

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5. Softsrve

Milo kakigori

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Yoghurt with caramel sauce

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Hojicha kakigori

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Aside from being known for its popular artisanal ice cream and waffles, Softsrve also provides the famous Japanese kakigori! 

It has four premium shaved ice desserts, which include matcha, hojicha, strawberry, and yoghurt drizzled in caramel sauce. *swoon*

There are three branches:
Damansara Uptown, Desa ParkCity, Sri Petaling, and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

You can find out where its branches are located here.

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6. Dal.Komm Coffee

Grapefruit bingsu

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Choco Lava bingsu

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Apple crumble bingsu

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This South Korean cafe chain may be known for its coffee, but it also serves a delicious set of must-try bingsu with scoops of ice cream.

Dal.Komm also gets super creative with its presentation - its apple crumble flavour is served with a slice of apple pie sitting on top of the bingsu! Other flavours also come with chocolate lava cake and tarts. Yum!

There are five branches: Desa ParkCity in Petaling Jaya, Putrajaya, Mont Kiara, Genting Highlands, and KLCC.

You can find out where its branches are located here.

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7. Miru Dessert Cafe

Milo kakigori

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Strawberry cheesecake kakigori

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Miru is a cute cafe that focuses on serving Japanese desserts, such as honey toasts, waffles, pancakes, and of course, kakigori!

Three flavours available are Strawberry Cheesecake, Milo, and Two-tone Kakigori (a combination of Horlicks and Milo).

There are two branches:
Petaling Jaya and Pavilion KL.

You can find out where its branches are located here.

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