Handmade Tambun Biscuit Workshop

Penang, Malaysia

Duration
3 hours
Capacity
1 - 40 travelers
Booking notice
1 day
Standard price
RM 18.00

★★★★★
Tean Ean
I speak English

There's no leaving Penang without bringing home a box of Tambun Biscuits, but how about learning to make them too?

Tambun Biscuits, also known as Tau Sar Pneah or Dragon Ball Biscuits, are crunchy balls of pastry filled with savoury or sweet fillings, most notably mung bean paste. Different kinds of pastries are used to form the different layers which surround the filling, and oven-baked to perfection.

This bakery has specialized in Tambun Biscuits and other local Penang products since 1995. The hands-on experience shows you how this popular local snack is made. Your local expert will guide you through the steps of making the biscuits, then you can pop them into the oven. You will also get to see what happens behind the scenes, as they produce thousands of delicious Tambun Biscuits each day. Once the oven rings, your Tambun Biscuits are ready!


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DIY Tambun Biscuits Workshop

After an explanation about this popular local snack, learn to make your very own handmade Tambun Biscuits in Georgetown, Penang. The workshop can take place at your preferred time within their working hours. Earliest at 10 am, latest by 3 pm (Excluding Sundays and Public Holidays). This can be requested when you make a booking.
Time to pop them into the oven

Where we will meet

Tean Ean Local Products (M) Sdn Bhd, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, George Town, Penang, Malaysia

How to get there

Ratings
★★★★★ 1

1 Reviews
  • J
    Reviewed in December 2018

    Would not recommend this experience. The activity lasted 5 minutes in total at most. Dough was already made and rolled out, the activity just was to assemble a few cookies.

Standard price
RM 18.00 /Pax
Booking details
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Total MYR 0.00
Price including
Self made Tambun Biscuits
How to get there

By Car: It is located in a colonial-era bungalow at the junction between Gurney Drive and Northam Road.