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A taste of culture

From Joey Francis, Oregon, United States.


California dreaming (of laksa)

Writes Andrew Chan, Santa Clara,California


Tasty state secret

Kuching boy PAUL SI traces how Sarawak's most beloved dish went from being a parochial favourite to being sold over the Internet.


Cooking it right

Preparing the perfect bowl of Sarawak laksa is easy and hard at the same time - the process is straightforward, but it's time consuming.


Cravings around the world

In seeking their fortunes far and wide, Sarawakians have not found a better laksa than that at home.


A delectable outing

PAMELA PHANG KOOI YOONG goes on a Sarawakian culinary adventure in Kuching.


Sarawak dishes get a French twist

Sarawak cuisine is basically traditional but the dishes served at the Jungle Cafe have been given a French twist by its new head chef.


More than birds served here

Restoran The Bird specialises on serving a fusion of Malay, Thai, Nyonya and Chinese cuisines. To complement the name, the owners also introduced three menus named Early Bird, Evening Bird and Late Bird.


Promoting Sarawak in a unique way

FOREIGN and local tourists need not go to Sarawak to buy its exotic souvenirs or taste delicacies familiar only in the Land of the Hornbill. The 'Sarawak, Paradise in Borneo centre, located in Jalan Bukit Bintang, promotes the state's culture through the products and dishes it stocks up on.


Harnessing full potential of tourism

Miri as the oil capital of Malaysia, is well-known as the shopping and entertainment destination for visitors from Brunei and the transit point to go to the Mulu National Park world heritage site and the pre-historic Niah Caves.