The man who put Teh in bak kut teh


Lee’s stall was moved into a nearby shop named Kedai Makanan Teck Teh about 50 years ago.

VISIT any well-known bak kut teh outlet in Klang, and it’s likely to be run by a Lee.

This is because a man named Lee Boon Teh brought bak kut teh to Klang from Fujian, China in the 40s.

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