Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits & Restaurant, Bidor, Malaysia

Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits & Restaurant is a famous local rest stop for travelers on their way to Pankor Island, Cameron Highlands and Ipoh. Take the Bidor exit off the highway and you’ll find Pun Chun on the right hand side as you enter the small town of Bidor. Park where you can, but be forewarned of the weird parking system whereby you purchase a ticket resembling a scratchie lotto from a local business to stick on your dash board. It’s best to ask a local to help you scratch the right boxes to show the day’s date and time of parking. The ladies working at Pun Chun are very sweet and friendly and obviously take pride in the family business which has been in operation for over 70 years. The restaurant is famous for duck noodles and wonton dumplings. The yam buns filled with pork are delicious snacks with a cold drink and their specially made biscuits are an ideal takeaway purchase to get you through the rest of your road trip.  The biscuits are made in their own factory not far from the restaurant.  If you call ahead of time there is even a possibility of arranging a look around the factory.  Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits in the traditional style are filled with pork and taste sweet, savoury and chewy all at the same time.  The new style cookies are thin and crunchy. Something a little more familiar to Western taste buds are the Shat Kek Ma – caramel biscuits – they look like cornflakes mixed with caramel sauce and taste just as they sound.  You can sample some biscuits before you buy – but be careful – the more you sample – the more you are likely to buy. 🙂

Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits & Restaurant
38-40 Jalan Besar
35500 Perak
+605 4341 554
+605 4341 562


  1. How did you find this place? I would never know to stop off here!

  2. I've driven through Bidor many times on my way to the coast. There never seemed to be much reason to stop. Now I know. Thanks for the tip!

  3. Duck noodle soup!

  4. Those cornflake looking biscuits look deliciously sweet!

  5. This place is on the way to Pankor Island right?

  6. Anonymous

    The Kai Chai Peng very nice. Got 2 types, thick or thin. Both also nice.

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