We were in Muar for a few days. My wife decided to end her 6-month maternity leave there, and I was happy to go along. That was easy. I love Muar.
There are so many places you can visit here, and the list of coffee shops to explore is endless. We’ve covered many coffee shops in Muar in the past, and more recently through our CoffeeloversMY.
Throughout our time in Muar, we made it a routine to have breakfast at KOPI434. The food and drinks we ordered were none other than their signature iced coffee, kaya butter buns, and half-boiled eggs. And, of course, satay!
We have also tried the breakfast shop next to KOPI434. Their coffee, buns, and half-boiled eggs were equally delicious, but they only accept cash. We would go there if KOPI434 is full. And this is also where we get our satay, as I can order it and have it sent over to KOPI434 if I choose to eat there.
Afterward, we’d search for a cozy cafe where the three of us could unwind, and Ashraf could comfortably work on his homeschooling assignments. We went to Zuzu Coffee and loved every minute of our time there. The coffee was delicious, and the cafe is beautiful and family-friendly.
Most of the time in the afternoon, we were at home, and in the evening at about 5 PM, we would head out in hopes of catching the sunset at Tanjung Ketapang.
Since we were early, we went to Tanjung Emas and spent quality time there, jogging and watching people kayaking on the Muar River.
We’ve written quite a number of articles about Muar and will continue to do so. Our most recent one is Family Fun at Tanjung Ketapang & Tanjung Emas, Muar. You can also read about this third-generation artisan in Muar who hand-makes songkok.