Deep dive into local queue culture


The long queue for food is not a new sight in Malaysia. — Filepic

Food crazes often spark long waiting lines but one can always opt to wait for craze to fade

WHEN it comes to food, there are some people who are willing to wait in long queues even if it is under the scorching morning sun.

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