From forest to plate: An introduction to Orang Asli cuisine


Ethnic dreams: Played out in the outdoors, an Orang Asli themed dinner is a great tropical party idea complete with food, mood music, decor and authentic headdress (tempok). Photo: S.MAGEN

For your next party, would you consider an Orang Asli theme? There are beautiful possibilities, as Ramli Ibrahim and Sabera Shaik proved at a recent Orang Asli dinner party held at Sutra House in Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur.

Guests were welcomed at the gate with a crown (tempok) and sash woven with palm fronds in geometric patterns – some so intricate and pretty they garnered envious glances from other guests.

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