Leng chee kang is a Malaysian-Chinese dessert that was made for the summer. This mix of ingredients is said to help cool down the body. The cool broth is made by boiling lo han kuo, dried longans, lotus seeds, and is sweetened by rock sugar. The toppings may include barley, basil seeds, dried persimmon slices, gingko and malva nuts, agar-agar strips, longans, and tapioca pearls.
Where: Leng chee kang can be found in most food courts around Malaysia, but in Kuala Lumpur Soon Kee Lin Chee Kang Sejuk Dan Panas is a hawker cart that specializes in the dessert—in fact, that's all it serves.