Kampung Senibong in Permas Jaya tucked beside Straits of Johor offered diners with various choices of menu. Kampung Senibong has 2 seafood restaurants, a famous nasi lemak (fragrant rice cooked with coconut milk) restaurant, and few stalls serving malay foods.
Why bother with nasi lemak when it is such common dish you can find just about anywhere? Look at the crowd for a clue. There are so many people visiting this isolated nasi lemak huts that getting a decent parking space is a problem!
These nasi lemak huts stand on stilts, constructed by the waterfront overlooking the arrogant land of Singapore. A perfect spot for those who like to stroll beside the waters after a hearty meal. It has a relaxing ambience with sea breeze and straits view that makes dining a pleasant experience. During nights on weekend, Kampung Senibong usually packs with people coming here to dine or to sip a cup of teh tarik.
When you go to the south, this is a treat you must not miss. Refer map on how to get there as this place mostly known by the locals. It’s hidden through tiny roads of Kampung Senibong.