The moment you step onto the grounds of Yit Foh Coffee Factory in Tenom, the smell of freshly roasted coffee immediately greets you.
Located about 170km from the Sabah capital of Kota Kinabalu, the town
Located in the northern part of Borneo island, the Malaysian state of Sabah has its own distinct cuisine different from other states in the country.
Thanks to its multiracial population just like its neighbouring state
If Sarawak had a national drink, that beverage would definitely be Teh C Peng Special.
A drink that you can order throughout Sarawak, it is also known as three-layer tea because of how its ingredients look
If you are visiting Kuching for the first time and are a big fan of ice cream, there are two iconic desserts you have to try.
Both ice creams have distinct tastes from each other
Nasi goreng, which literally translates to “fried rice” in Malay, has ignited a few cross-country fights over the past few years.
The most famous incident was when former England footballer Rio Ferdinand twitted “Nasi goreng
Ordering drinks in foreign countries can be confusing. Even here in Malaysia, how to order drinks might even be different depending which state are you in.
Adding on the difficulties to order drinks, most Sarawak
When it comes to food, there are so many numbers that we have to take note of.
These include calorie count, fat content, sugar levels but there is one number that the casual dieter might
Forget about sushi and sashimi, there are easy Japanese recipes out there for you to try at home.
Fellow Asian countries like Malaysia already have the basic Japanese ingredients like rice and soy sauce.
As a big fan of anything delicious, KajoMag was invited to Nando's 20th celebration in Malaysia at Aeon Mall on June 7th.
Did you know that Nando’s first came to Malaysia 20 years ago?
Sarawakians are known to be proud for our own local food but we also appreciate foreign flavours even - and in some cases, especially - if it comes in the form of fast food chains.