In case you are in the mood for something other than kolo mee and laksa....
Until 10 years ago, there were not a lot of places to go if you were looking for indigenous food
Keeping hydrated in hot weather just doesn't seem enough sometimes, so why not go and have an ABC to cool yourself down?
ABC or ‘Ais Batu Campur’ is a typical ice dessert we all crave
If the Malaysian state of Sarawak had to pick a national vegetable, that veg would definitely be midin. Although cassava leaves give a tight competition, this wild fern certainly takes the title.
In Sarawak, midin
Mee sua (also spelled misua, mee suah or miswa) is a type of noodle made from wheat flour. Originally from Fujian, China, this noodle is can now be found in Taiwan, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam
As a Kayan from the Malaysian state of Sarawak, Kapuas Hulu is a place that feels familiar and foreign at the same time.
First of all, the Kapuas Hulu region in West Kalimantan is home to
Danau Sentarum Festival is an annual event organised in Kapuas Hulu District which was started in 2012.
The festival is aimed to promoted the rich culture of people in Kapuas Hulu, West Kalimantan particularly around
If you are one of the those people who gets hungry and starts to scavenge through your fridge in the middle of the night, this is for you.
Happy Together is a South Korean talk
Sarawakians love our pounded cassava leaves. Only, we don't call them "cassava leaves". We call this bitter, fibrous plant by different names including daun ubi tumbuk, daun bandung tumbuk, uvek kele (in Kayan) and
Since 2010, Korean variety show Running Man has been running all over the world visiting various different countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia and England.
Over the course of their visits outside of South Korea, they
Although kimchi is quintessentially a part of Korean cuisine, we can still make and enjoy it here in Malaysia.
Kimchi is basiclly fermented vegetables, much like preserved tuhau for the Sabahans. Just like tuhau, Korean kimchi