Taste of Sarawak’s diversity

Umai Ikan Kampung Oya offers a sampling of Melanau culture.

Thanks to its racial diversity, the Land of the Hornbills boasts plenty of vibrant dishes that are unique to the state. One of them is the famous Sarawak layer cake with its colourful stripes, which seem to reflect the social makeup of the state where people of various ethnic groups live together in harmony.

Those keen to try Sarawakian delicacies, including the layer cake, can head to Nook at Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral to enjoy the “Flavours of Sarawak” buffet curated by sous chef and Sarawak native Elossa Danette.

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