In the Malay language, "apam" generally refers to any dessert with a fluffy texture. The batter can be made from either wheat or rice flour and then baked or steamed.
So there are plenty types of apam out there such as apam balik, apam gula apong and apam gula melaka.
Here in Sarawak, we have the blessings of still maintaining most of our cultural traditions including our traditional house, the longhouse.
Honestly, it is sad to see some communities letting go their longhouses and building single houses. Their children will never get to experience their childhood living in a longhouse.
Also known as a phantom ship, a ghost ship is actually a vessel with no living crew aboard. It can be because of two reasons.
Firstly, it is just a haunted ship or at least rumoured to be haunted just like the Flying Dutchman in the Pirates of the Caribbean.
Due to its almost hidden location, most would probably not notice a big white house called Rumah Sri Aman located on top of a hill in the quiet town.
Rumah Sri Aman is located on top of a hill in the quiet town
it was called Sri Aman, the quiet town was
No matter which country or century you are from, living expenses like the high cost of food has always been a primary concern.
But did you know this issue also affected the people of Sarawak even in 1899?
In an article published in The Sarawak Gazette on Nov 1, 1899, an
With plenty of Korean grocery shops popping up around the world, it is becoming easier and easier to buy ingredients and whip up your own Korean recipes at home.
Korean cuisine is easily accepted in Asia since it is largely based on rice, vegetable and meats... unless you can’t stand
You have to admit, Korean zombies are among the scariest of all fictional zombies; they run, they run in a horde, they twist into bone-breaking pretzels, they eat people alive... they are exactly what you imagine zombies should be.
When comes to terrifying an audience, Korean zombies can beat most
My mouth automatically waters just thinking about terong Dayak....
The Borneo Sour Brinjal is a native vegetable in Sarawak
When you visit the local wet market, you will see a variety of local fruits and vegetables available here in Sarawak.
One of the most iconic (and pretty) vegetables is the terong Dayak, or
When news of Japanese troops coming to attack Sarawak broke out, the Chief Secretary put out instructions requiring all Brooke officers to remain at their stations.
However, a group of Sarawak officers decided to flee the kingdom and head to Dutch Borneo. Their decision to take refuge near the border
There is an African proverb: “Do not call the forest that shelters you a jungle" unless you choose to dismiss it so casually.
The forest can offer solitude and a piece of heaven for adventurers, but when a group of unprepared soldiers tried to conquer one of Mother Nature’s deepest