Food also reflects Malaysia’s rich cultural tapestry

MALAYSIA’S rich tapestry of cultures and religions is reflected in its diverse culinary landscape. Among the myriad of dishes is bak kut teh (BKT), which is not only flavourful but also has historical value.

It is important to recognise that Malaysia’s national heritage dish list celebrates the country’s multifaceted identity. It is not solely about inclusivity in consumption but also about acknowledging the historical and cultural impact of a dish.

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