It’s A Biscuit Bonanza! The Best Biscuits in Malaysia

Everything's better with biscuits.
By: Aina Shamshuri
April 25, 2024

Is there a better snack than biscuits? They’re easy to grab, perfect for when you’re feeling snacky but don’t really want to eat anything heavy, and they can be both savoury or sweet. From classic digestives to dip in tea to decadent sandwich biscuits with cream, there’s a biscuit for every kind of palate. Today, we’re talking about the best biscuits in Malaysia, including local favourites and international inventions!

Top Biscuits in Malaysia

1. Tiger

A Malaysian favourite, Tiger biscuits! Although these are more marketed towards kids, we can’t help but to reach out to these when we’re feeling peckish. It’s not just tasty snack too; it’s filled with nine types of vitamins and six types of minerals! These biscuits are also mainly made from milk and wheat, which not only give it its delicious, creamy flavour, but also give you energy. We also love the fact that there are several variations of this delicious biscuit, and they all pair perfectly with a cup of hot tea or coffee. Let’s get biskuat!

Why we love it:

  • Packed with vitamins and minerals
  • Pairs well with hot drinks
  • Vegetarian-friendly


  • Contains added sugar

Price: RM2.95

Where to buy: Lotus’s

2. Milka Lu Petit Beurre Biscuit

If you’re craving something really decadent, then we highly recommend giving the Milka Lu Petit Beurre Biscuit a go. A world-renowned chocolate confectionary brand that’s mainly known for their indulgent chocolate bars, Milka has come out with butter biscuits that are enveloped in creamy, smooth chocolate that’s an absolute treat for the senses. You’ll really be able to taste the high quality chocolate in these sinful biscuits.

Why we love it:

  • Made from Alpine milk
  • Contains at least 30% chocolate
  • Decadent


  • Not suitable for vegans

Price: RM8.90

Where to buy: Qra

3. Arnotts Mint Slice Choc Biscuits

You either love or hate mint and chocolate together, but lucky for us, we’re all about the mint chocolate life. Hailing all the way from Australia, Arnotts Mint Slice Choc Biscuits has perfected the ratio of mint to chocolate, and these biscuits make for an amazing little pick-me-up. They’re also not too sweet, thanks to the 37% dark chocolate. If you’re anything like us and you need something sweet after a meal, then these biscuits are perfect.

Why we love it:

  • Available as single servings
  • Feels like a chocolate bar
  • Good mint to chocolate ration


  • Not suitable for those with nut allergies

Price: RM 15.75

Where to buy: Bites

4. Julie’s Peanut Butter Sandwich

There are tons of peanut butter sandwiches out there, but IMO, Julie’s makes the best biscuits. Julie’s is actually a local brand, and they’ve been around since 1985 with recipes that we all know and love. These biscuits in particular have a creamy, smooth peanut butter cream, sandwiched perfectly in between two crispy and golden brown biscuits. A seriously amazing pairing, these peanut butter sandwich biscuits are a Malaysian classic for a reason.

Why we love it:

  • Available in different sized packs
  • Sweet and slightly savoury
  • Suitable for vegetarians


  • Not suitable for those with nut allergies

Price: RM4.51

Where to buy: Lazada

5. Munchy’s Crackers

Nobody does afternoon snacks quite like Malaysians, and the Munchy’s Cream Crackers make for an amazing minum petang. These Malaysian favourites come in a few different varieties like cream crackers, wheat crackers, as well as vege crackers, and they’re one of the best biscuits to pair with a cup of steaming teh o. We also love the fact that they’re individually packed for easy storage and sharing.

Why we love it:

  • Packed with nutrients
  • Free from cholesterol and trans fat
  • Convenient packaging


  • Can be bland on its own

Price: RM5.80

Where to buy: KLL Grocer

6. Pocky

Everybody’s favourite childhood snacks, Pocky! These are some of the best biscuits to share, and they’re just straight up fun to eat. Plus, they’re available in a ton of flavours, including banana, cookies and cream, and matcha. There’s definitely something for everybody! These Japanese snacks are so darn easy to eat, and they’re totally mess-free, too.

Why we love it:

  • Available in a variety of flavours
  • Mess-free
  • Easy to share


  • May contain almond

Price: RM2.90

Where to buy: LuLu Hypermarket

7. Nanoseika Strawberry Cream Sandwich Biscuit

Sick of chocolate biscuits? Try Nanoseika’s Strawberry Cream Sandwich Biscuit! This Japanese has a sweet strawberry filling that’ll satisfy your sweet tooth, encased between two buttery and crispy butter biscuits. It’s sweet, slightly tart, has a wonderful fruity flavour, and oh-so-delicious. Just thinking about it is making us have violent cravings for it.

Why we love it:

  • Not too sweet
  • Slightly tangy
  • Rich butter flavour


  • Not certified halal

Price: myAeon2go

8. Mr Kelapa Coconut Cookies

The OG! If you haven’t tried these before, you’re in for a treat. Mr Kelapa Coconut Cookies are exactly what they sound like; they’re crispy biscuits made almost completely of just coconut – there’s barely any ingredients in them, but boy, they sure are good. They’re super sweet, with tons of coconut flavour, and they’re so crispy, they’re almost flaky.

Why we love it:

  • Very crunchy
  • Very coconut-y
  • Has minimal ingredients


  • Will get stuck in your teeth

Price: RM2.50

Where to buy: Redtick

9. Signature Market Garden Mixed Veggie Crackers

Craving something salty without the calories of potato chips? Then the Garden Mixed Veggie Crackers by Signature Market is the snack you need. It ticks all the boxes; it’s perfectly savoury, satisfyingly crunchy, and is even packed with fibre, vitamins and minerals from spinach, parsley, leek, and pumpkin. It’s also baked instead of fried, which gives it its melt-in-your-mouth crispy texture, while still being healthy and totally delicious.

Why we love it:

  • Filled with nutrients
  • Very crunchy
  • Individually packed


  • A little crumbly

Price: RM20

Where to buy: Signature Market

10. GPR Royal British Homemade Butter Cookies in Tin 

That’s right; this tin actually has biscuits in them instead of sewing things! If you haven’t actually had a chance to taste these biscuits before the container was converted into a sewing kit, the GPR Royal British Homemade Butter Cookies in Tin has five types of butter biscuits, and all delicious. They’re super buttery, with just enough sweetness, and they’re crispy, too. Perfect on its own or dipped into hot tea, better eat them quick before a needle and thread appears.

Why we love them:

  • Very buttery
  • Contains assorted biscuits
  • Container can be converted into a sewing kit


  • Not actually from Britain

Price: RM7.90

Where to buy: Lazada

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