Shop all your favourite Chinese snacks, beers, instant noodles, toys, Sanrio blind boxes & more from just S$0.83 at this convenience store in Johor Bahru

by Marcus Leong

I don’t know about you but there’s something about Chinese snacks that really tickle my fancy. The combination of flavours and spices are truly next level. If you’re looking to stock up on some of your favourite munchies, this convenience store in Johor Bahru might be your new heaven on earth. 

Photo: Hungry Station Kulai/google images

Hungry Station has two outlets in JB — one in Skudai and the other in Kulai — and boy does this shop really live up to its name. You can expect to find rows of shelves just stocked to the brim with snacks, drinks, toys and more.

Photo: Hungry Station Kulai/google images

If you’re a fan of mala instant noodles, we have some good news for you. Hungry Station carries a wide variety of mala flavoured instant noodles from just S$1.35 (RM4.72). They even have instant Claypot Rice (S$2.27, RM7.92) — I’m really interested to try this. 

Photo: Hungry Station Kulai/google images

What is even more impressive apart from the extensive Instant noodles selection is the selection of potato chips. Get ready to be spoilt for choice as you browse through an endless selection of potato chips in some of the most unique flavours too. Prices for the chips start from just S$0.83 (RM2.90)

Speaking of chips, they even have a selection of unique-flavoured Lays chips from just S$1.40 (RM4.90)

Photo: Hungry Station Kulai/google images

If there’s one station in the entire store that is bound to catch your attention, it’ll probably be the candy station where you can scoop up all the candy your heart desires from just S$2.84 (RM9.90) per bag

Photo: @Tonypoh汤尼宝宝/RED

Of course, you can’t leave here without grabbing some of the uniquely Chinese ready-to-eat braised snacks from just S$0.34 (RM1.20) per sachet. Personally, I’m not a fan of these because of its texture, but I can see why some people like it. 

Photo: Hungry Station Kulai/google images

Beat the heat with some ice cream or some cold drinks like the iconic Cha Pai teas, juices and more. 

Photo: Hungry Station Kulai/google images

And for those who crave a stronger beverage, you can always check out the alcohol section where you might be able to find a tipple of your fancy, along with some Chinese alcoholic beverages. 

Photo: Hungry Station Kulai/google images

There’s even something here for the blindbox collectors, especially if your fans of Sanrio or Crayon Shin Chan. Get ready to shop for all things Hello Kitty, Kuromi, Shin Chan and more. There’s even character blind boxes from just S$2.84 (RM9.90) what’s stopping you from buying them?  

Forget stocking up on groceries, I’m gonna be stocking up on snacks the next time I’m in JB! 

What is your favourite Chinese snack?

Hungry Station
📍 8 Jalan Pendekar 13,Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, 81300 Skudai, Johor
📍 188, Jalan Kenanga 29/4, Bandah Indahpura, 81000 Kulai, Johor
🕜 12pm–10pm (Mon to Thu), 12pm–11pm (Fri to Sun)

For more lifestyle updates like this, subscribe to our Telegram channel at @confirmgood.

+ posts

I'm either mean or a meme, there's no in between.

Related Posts