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Anthony Bourdain dead from suicide, CNN reports (updated)

NEW YORK: US celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, host of CNN’s food-and-travel-focused “Parts Unknown” television series, hanged himself in a French hotel room, CNN said on Friday (June 8), in the second high-profile suicide of a US celebrity this week. He was 61.


6 must-do travel itineraries to Sabah and Sarawak

Three travel specialists – Adventoro, Lokalocal and Tourism Malaysia – prepare customised itineraries that seek to highlight the various aspects that make Sabah and Sarawak truly unique holiday destinations.

Eat And Drink

Woah, Chulia Court offers five types of laksa

Can't get enough of laksa when in Penang? Then Chulia Court with five variants of the world-famous noodle dish is the place to be at.

Eat And Drink

Smorgasbord of Malaysian favourites

WHAT a lovely way to start a meal — with plump bright green petai seeds and pegaga leaves so fresh they looked freshly plucked from a garden.


Farmers feeling the heat over imported chillies

IMPORTED chillies are being favoured over homegrown chillies, leaving many farmers worried, reported Sinar Harian.

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Lip-smacking gravies to go with roti canai

THE juicy Lamb Kuzi and Beef Brisket Rendang may have been given top billing for the buka puasa spread at Nook in Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral, but a meal with these delicacies is not complete without the real star – the roti canai.

Eat And Drink

The kolo mee to go to at Ara Damansara

Try the Sarawak kolo mee at Aunty Lan Sarawak Deli stall in NZX Food Court, Ara Damansara.

Food News

Cooking The Books: 100 Thai dishes, nasi campur guide & best bowl food

This month's Cooking The Books column offers tempting mixed rice recipes from Indonesia, 100 spicy dishes from Thailand, and legendary cuisine from Persia.

Eating Out

A new take on modern Malaysian food

Under the steady hand of head chef Raymond Tham, Malaysian food is given a distinctly modern interpretation at Beta.


Malaysians forced to take transit flights to ‘balik kampung’

BEIJING: Malaysians here have begun to head home for Chinese New Year, although the journey for some has not been plain sailing, or rather, flying.