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Cambodia’s Health Ministry has opened a traditional medicine school, with funds from a Japanese foundation.
This Ramadan, Parkroyal Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be recreating the taste of authentic street food at its Chatz Brasserie with the Hawker Temptations Ramadan feast.
Ending a good meal with mouth-watering desserts makes for a complete dining experience, and the array served at the Coffee House, Sunway Putra Hotel, Kuala Lumpur for the Ramadan promotion features tantalising treats.
Malay cuisine varies from one state to another, so the opportunity to sample famous delicacies from all over peninsular Malaysia under one roof is a mouthwatering experience not to be missed.
Savour some of the best traditional and contemporary Malay specialities as Spices @ Furama, Bukit Bintang serves up its Sajian Selera Ala Kampong buffet dinner this fasting month.
For those who are unable to make it back home this Ramadan can head to Palm Garden Hotel in IOI Resort City, Putrajaya to experience a taste of home with a “Kampung Style” Ramadan Buffet.
Durian is commonly not allowed in a hotel’s premises due to its strong smell. However, the Hilton Petaling Jaya Paya Serai restaurant is serving this popular fruit during Ramadan, partly because it is durian season.
On days when you crave for something simple for buka puasa, check out Tonka Bean Cafe’s buffet where well-loved local classics are on the menu.
The Hatten Hotel kitchen team has put together an Indonesian themed buka puasa buffet dinner for Ramadan.
Hotel guests and walk-in diners can enjoy breaking fast with over 150 authentic Malay and Thai cuisines at the Swiss Garden Resort & Spa Kuantan from now until Aug 7.