5 Muslim-Friendly Boba Shops in KL & Selangor That You Might Not Know


Siti Aishah Ahmad •  Oct 01, 2021

Boba drinks are still the talk of the town ever since the trend started all around the world a few years ago. The number of new boba shops are increasing everywhere and this includes Malaysia. We have our beloved and famous Chatime and TeaLive that offer sweet and delicious boba milk teas among other drinks. Not to forget famous Taiwanese boba shops that have arrived here like Xing Fu Tang and The Alley. All these shops give us the best boba experience!

But, if you're searching for other boba shops around Klang Valley that aren't these big names, then you've come to the right place. Here are some amazing and Muslim-friendly boba shops in KL and Selangor ?

5 Amazing Local Bubble Tea Shops That You Should Try in Klang Valley

1. Chatto

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Inspired by a Japanese Tea Bar, Chatto was established in 2017, Malaysia. They specialize in refreshing tea drinks with ingredients imported from Japan, Taiwan and China. Although their specialty is tea drinks but they do serve flavourful boba drinks!

They are not your usual super sweet boba shop as they control the sugar level in your drinks to maximize your enjoyment without worry. Popular boba drinks from Chatto include Matcha Pearl Latte and Charcoal Pearl Oolong Tea. On top of that, they also serve Japanese Bento Boxes that will perfectly come together with your drinks.

Halal-status: No pork, lard and alcohol

Address: Check here to know all of their locations

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2. Cojiitii

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Founded in 2018, Cojiitii is a local boba shop currently only available in Damansara Uptown and NU Sentral. On a hot sunny day, their freshly brewed tea-flavoured drinks will definitely quench your thirst! As for drinks with boba pearls, you can find them in their Milk Tea series or you can add them in their other series. For fans of cheesy drinks, you must try their Cheese Cover series as they dollop your beverage with a layer of foamy cheese.

Halal status: No pork, lard and alcohol


1) The Starling Mall, Lot K-F-101, Level 1 No, 6, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

2) L5.13, Level 5, NU Sentral Shopping Mall, 201, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur

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3. Black Whale

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Despite its unique name, Black Whale is a local bubble tea shop that serves only the highest quality ingredients to its customers. Their menu has an array of flavours that ranges from your original Brown Sugar Milk series to even fruity ones in their Fruity Yoghurt series. If while you're queuing to order a drink and suddenly want to have a dessert, then you can order their delectable Creme Brulee (with boba on top of course!)

Halal status: Ingredients are halal-certified

Address:Click here to know all of their locations in Selangor & KL

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4. LiHo

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LiHo is a quaint local bubble tea shop originating from Singapore that sells freshening brewed tea drinks! If you want a break from creamy, sweet boba drinks then this is the place for you. But, if you want try their creamier drinks, you should definitely try their Oreo Coffee Sundae, a boba drink topped with ice cream as pictured above. They also recently launched a new series drink called Singa-Pandan that awaits to dominate your thirst for pandan-flavoured drinks.

Halal status: No pork and lard

Address: No. 90, Jalan SS2, 60, Jalan Selangor, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

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5. TeaAmo

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This Muslim-owned shop is changing their boba game with their famous Taufa series. Yep, that's right. Besides adding black pearls, they also add taufufah that acts like a pudding-like texture in your drink. It's a great choice for taufufah enthusiasts!

Halal status: Muslim-owned

Address: Check their Instagram for their locations

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Have you tried any drinks from these shops before? If the answer is no, then you should add them in your boba hunting plan! Also, check these articles out for more halal cafes and dessert shops in KL & Selangor: