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Want to make top-tier cakes and confectioneries but don’t have the equipment or basic skills to do so? Feast your eyes on the 11 best baking classes in Klang Valley & Selangor down below!

You’ll be sure to find one that’s perfect for your needs. We’ve included baking classes in different areas. With different levels to accommodate keen bakers of all levels!

There are also some very specific classes you can take if you are interested in a niche topic – for instance, Korean or French-style baking!

The 11 Best Baking Classes in Kuala Lumpur 2022

1. Mama Girl Baking

Mama Girl Baking - Website
Mama Girl Baking – Website

Mama Girl Baking at Sri Petaling is a highly raved cooking class!

The instructor Rubii is praised for her dedication and patience, as well as her teaching skills, making it easy (and fun) for beginners to pick up new skills.

You can actually find different courses based on skill level, so even advanced learners can learn new things and further improve on their skills!

Apart from regular baking courses, they also teach Korean flower piping!

As a note, some classes are conducted in Mandarin so do call in advance to enquire if there are any slots available that will be conducted in English.

2. Good Times DIY & Lifestyle Café

Good Times DIY & Lifestyle Café - Website
Good Times DIY & Lifestyle Café – Website

Located at MyTown Shopping Centre and Paradigm mall, there’s ample parking when you visit Good Time DIY & Lifestyle Café!

They offer affordable classes, with basic sessions starting at RM80 per session, and advanced sessions at RM160.

You can also consider a membership if you’d like to work with more unique cakes!

Furthermore, their setup is pretty kid-friendly, so you can bring your little ones along if you’d like. 

If you don’t fancy going in-person, they have a DIY home baking kit with their home series baking workshop that comes with recipe cards, ingredients as well as tools!

Companies and schools are able to use their services for team-building exercises as well.

Outlet 1:

  • Address: MyTown Shopping Center, Cheras, Level 2-052, MyTOWN Shopping Centre, 55100 KL
  • Business Hours: 11 am to 8 pm daily
  • Contact: 03-27784357

Outlet 2:

  • Address: Paradigm Mall, PJ, Level 2F-03, Paradigm Mall, 47301 Petaling Jaya.
  • Business Hours: 11 am to 8 pm daily
  • Contact: 03-74981098
  • Whatsapp: 011-11296208
  • Links: Website, Facebook, Instagram
  • Email: [email protected]

3. ABC Cooking Studio Pavilion Elite KL

ABC Cooking Studio Pavilion Elite KL - Website
ABC Cooking Studio Pavilion Elite KL – Website

Nestled in Pavilion mall, ABC Cooking Studio may have an elite cooking school vibe, but they do cater to children as well!

Their classes start from basic to master classes, and also include savory options for baking bread, buns, and French loaves.

While they have a variety of online lessons and trials, their fees are pricey; a basic cake course starts at RM1,140 for 6 sessions (valid over 8 months).

Do keep in mind though that their menu changes every month, so don’t forget to bookmark it on your calendar if you want something specific!

What’s more, their instructors are known for their expert cooking skills and thoughtful tips. And with 2 pax per instructor, you will get all the personal guidance you need!

Note: Consider joining their membership program to earn discounts; You can earn a free trial class of your choice if you refer your friends too!

Outlet 1:

Address: The Pavilion, Lot 7.102, 168, Jln Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Outlet 2:

4. Cuisine Boleh Cooking Studio

Cuisine Boleh Cooking Studio - Website
Cuisine Boleh Cooking Studio – Website

Contrary to the name of the cooking studio, the chef and instructor at Cuisine Boleh Cooking Studio is French!

And Chef Jean conducts classes online as well as in the studio.

Note: While he does do separate classes that cater for kids and adults, he does not have classes where both parents and kids both join in

Their website is seasonally-themed, so if you need to make a seasonal dinner, we’d recommend opting for this particular cooking studio.

Alternatively, if seasonally-themed food isn’t what you want, their site goes back to its regular menu once the festivities are over.

Keep in mind that their prices aren’t fixed, as it depends on the menu chosen and time taken to finish the class.

While relatively pricey, Cuisine Boleh Cooking Studio is a solid option for those who enjoy taking their time with their baking lessons.

  • Address: Jalan Setiakasih 7, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
  • Business Hours: Daily 9 am to 6 pm
  • Contact: 018-9776687
  • Links: Website, Facebook, Instagram
  • Email: [email protected]

5. International Centre Of Cake Artistry Sdn. Bhd.

International Centre Of Cake Artistry Sdn. Bhd. - Website
International Centre Of Cake Artistry Sdn. Bhd. – Website

If you’re looking to get a certificate with your baking classes, International Centre Of Cake Artistry Sdn. Bhd. Offers a Wilton certificate at the end of your classes!

For their baking series, you will bake 2 different types of cakes and frostings in 4 hours; great for those who want to expand their skills. However, the classes are not exactly kid-friendly.

Also, they do recommend that those without experience take their courses instead of a just a one-off class.

Note: Their website isn’t updated yet due to a course revamp, so you will have to call up for bookings.

  • Address: Sunway Damansara, Wisma ICCA, 3rd floor, No. 1-3A, Jalan PJU 5/15, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
  • Business Hours: Monday to Saturday; 11 am-6 pm
  • Contact: 018-3684835 / 012-3053032
  • Links: Website, Facebook, Instagram
  • Email: [email protected]

6. TCH Foodworks Sdn Bhd

TCH Foodworks Sdn Bhd - Website
TCH Foodworks Sdn Bhd – Website

TCH Foodworks Sdn. Bhd. is a popular choice for a baking class in Selangor, having collaborated with brands such as Panasonic, Le Creuset, Anchor, and Cadbury for their recent Christmas workshops!

Their classes are weekly and are done via Zoom. Where they even send ingredients to your home! Although you do have to get the tools and appliances on your own.

On the other hand, if you’re an entrepreneur looking to create your dishes, it’s good to note that they do rent out kitchen spaces!

Plus, with fun team-building courses, companies and schools will be able to use their services to the fullest.

  • Address: 03-06, 6th Floor, Menara Symphony, No.5, Jalan Prof Khoo Kay Kim, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
  • Business Hours: Mon – Fri: 9.30 am to 6.30 pm; Sat & Sun: Subject to the hours of classes and events.
  • Contact: 012-3951243 / 03-79313057 / 012-3951243 (Edyth)
  • Links: Website, Facebook, Instagram
  • Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

7. 恬园厨艺学院 T-Garden Cooking School

恬园厨艺学院 T-Garden Cooking School - Facebook
恬园厨艺学院 T-Garden Cooking School – Facebook

Located in Taman Midah, T-Garden Cooking School is a great option for Mandarin speakers who might struggle to keep up with baking classes that are conducted in English.

All lessons here will be conducted in Mandarin, but the recipe cards will be in both English and Mandarin.

Ingredients and tools are all provided, and students will be able to take their baked goods home at the end of the lesson.

T-Garden Cooking School will also provide you with a certificate of completion upon attending 2/3rd of the 16 sessions.

The price of their baking classes starts at RM5000, although do enquire further to see if they have a discount!

Regrettably, there are no short-term courses, though they offer a trial class that costs RM320 per session.

  • Address: 39, Jalan 14/105, Taman Midah, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
  • Business Hours: 10 am to 6 pm daily
  • Contact: 012-2574295 / 011-20553611 / 010-3658448
  • Links: Facebook
  • Email: [email protected]

8. APCA Malaysia (Online class)

APCA Malaysia (Online class) - Website
APCA Malaysia (Online class) – Website

APCA Malaysia provides both cooking and baking courses online and is convenient for those who have the necessary appliances at home.

However, unlike with TCH Foodworks Sdn Bhd, you’ll have to purchase the tools and ingredients on your own.

Alternatively, they do have classes at their physical academy where all tools, appliances, and ingredients are provided.

Note: If you need to purchase your own ingredients for baking classes, head on over to our article on the best bakery supply shops for high-quality recommendations.

That being said, payment for each online course will only get you access to the tutorial videos, and the prices are quite expensive!

However, there are about 240+ recipes to learn from, so we recommend APCA Malaysia for experienced cooks and bakers looking to sharpen their skills.

9. Bakebe MY

Bakebe MY - Website
Bakebe MY – Website

Bakebe MY is the perfect spot to bring your SO (significant other) or friends, with its aesthetically pleasing and spacious countertops.

You will find a bunch of packages catered towards families, couples, and teams! Their cake designs are unique, and will definitely appeal to children.

Also, you will be given a tablet to refer to for instructions during the class but there will also be an instructor present to guide you along. If you would like a live tutorial instead, consider inquiring.

Walk-ins, by the way, are also accepted and prices start from RM150.

Note: Unfortunately, there have been issues with the store charging a hefty price for extra use of ingredients, so do ask around about their policy on this.

10. MIB College (formerly Malaysian Institute of Baking)

MIB College (formerly Malaysian Institute of Baking) - Website
MIB College (formerly Malaysian Institute of Baking) – Website

For an extensive baking course with certification or a diploma, MIB College is your place to be!

They have a wide range of courses available for both full-time and part-time students:

Full-time students will have the opportunity to earn their diplomas, while part-timers can earn certificates.

Part-time courses have the flexibility for students to choose weekend or weekday classes. And these include night classes!

One unique feature of MIB College is their offering of niche skill classes , such as barista & latte art or plant-based cuisine!

11. Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia

Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia - Website
Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia – Website

Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia is suitable for both part-time or full-time learners.

They have a 2 weeks’ intensive course, which we suggest for more advanced learners.

While their courses are extensive, this is relative to the cost. And thus, they are expensive, at about RM550 per course for part-time students.

Diplomas and certificates are available for full-time and part-time students respectively, although part-time students do need to attend both days of their weekend classes to earn their certificate.

They also provide accommodation for students outside of the Klang Valley and Selangor.

This is great for those who are looking into a career in culinary, pastry making, or baking. Furthermore, they do not offer one-off classes.

If you are looking for a one-off class, check out Good Times DIY & Lifestyle Café for a more relaxed and kid-friendly environment.


Whether you are picking baking classes in KL and Selangor to learn or for fun (or to try a new career path) it’s always important to note the kind of services they provide!

Beginners will want smaller classes for more one-on-one time with their trainers, and advanced bakers will want menus that are more unique to expand their skills!

And if you find that baking on your own is too much of a hassle, not to worry, there are plenty of delicious bakery shops in KL to enjoy!

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Janice is the founder & editor for Wanted to be an author as a kid, got a D in English (First Language), but somehow now a content writer with an engineering background. Bakes, does yoga, plays the piano, reads, and most other introverted indoor hobbies. Also an active volunteer at Zero Waste Malaysia.