In collaboration with our friends at Chill Chill Thai Tea, we set off across Malaysia to three iconic kopitiams who’ve been serving Malaysia since or even before Merdeka and Malaysia Day. From sleepy Ipoh to bustling Penang, we had the opportunity to speak to these three kopitiams about the legacy of their stores, and more importantly, the legacy of the stories they’ve created.

With food and drink being an essential part of Malaysian culture, there was no better candidate to give us a peek into 60 years of independence and 54 years of nationhood than those guardians of the neutral ground – the places we come together as friends and Malaysians to lepak and chill.

This is Sixtea: Stories of Unity.

 

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Lazada Malaysia
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