“Anney, tapau one roti, bah...”


From the colonial buildings in Malacca and George Town to the vibrant patterns of batik textiles to the myriad food, Malaysia is a country full of heritage and culture, drawing from its varied history and people.

Words uttered to order our favourite dish reflects Malaysia’s heritage of various origins – and such a diversity should be embraced by all and celebrated beyond the upcoming National Unity Week, experts say.

FROM the colonial buildings in Malacca and George Town, Penang, to the vibrant patterns of batik textiles to the myriad food, Malaysia is a country full of heritage and culture, drawing from its varied history and people.

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