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If you#8217;re looking at getting away from it all with a luxurious holiday, then look no further than Langkawi, Kedah.
WATERMELONS in the spotlight? How timely, considering the current hot spell we are experiencing and with almost everyone groaning under the oppressive heat. But what could be done with the juicy fruit except cut it and eat it fresh?
The I>pasar minggu/I(weekend market) site, a popular tourist draw for traditional Malay food, craft and clothes, in Kampung Baru here, was ablaze in an inferno, which was believed to have started from burning charcoal used for preparing satay yesterday.
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Enter Bijan. Here's a gem of a Malay restaurant that is set to elevate Malay specialties to greater heights.
The most comprehensive food encyclopaedia with elaborate explanation on authentic Malay cuisine will soon be on the bookstores, thanks to the conscientious efforts of Chef Wan.
The East Coast is known for a wide range of good food, but mention French cuisine, and you would probably get a confused look. If you are in Kuantan, fret no more. Head for Le Parisien, a restaurant operated by Frenchman Alexandre Stephane, and his Malaysian wife, Azrita Abdullah. Now into its fourth year of operation, Le Parisien started off in Kuantan town before Stephane decided to move it to its present location two years ago.
In the bustling Bukit Bintang area of Kuala Lumpur, one needs to make a statement in order to be noticed. This is probably why Azura Othman opted to use a vibrant green and yellow colour theme for the entrance of her restaurant, which opened for business in May this year.
Teams taking part in the Merdeka Millennium Endurance (MME) Race are making themselves as comfortable as they can at the Sepang F1 Circuit.
Penang today is very much an amalgam of the old and the new - a bustling port, a heritage city and an industrial base. Its charm also lies in its diversity and the influences of its many cultures.