Titi is a tiny Hakka-Chinese village about 100km's drive from Kuala Lumpur, through the hills of Hulu Langat. It's claim-to-fame: the incredible plethora of hard-to-find steamed Hakka rice cakes or "Chu Yap Ban" - over 30 varieties of these cakes are on offer each day.
It's along & winding road, past azure lakes and emerald green mountains.
Opening at around 11am each day, its wares quickly sell out as hundreds of Hakka cake enthusiasts drive here from Seremban, Kuala Lumpur and elsewhere.
"Chu Yap Ban" - steamed glutinous rice flour cakes, tinged dark with locally-grown ramie leaves (厝叶).