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Mausoleums and cemeteries are not my preferred vacation destinations but I don't deny that there are people who purposely look out for these, perhaps as a research topic. The royal mausoleum of Almarhum Sultan Abdul Samad on Jugra Hill is visited regularly by common folk. Maybe these are local people who continue to feel an affinity ... continue reading »

Growing up drinking BOH tea, my recent visit to BOH's lowland tea plantation in Bukit Cheeding, Selangor, was an eye-opener. The leading tea grower in Malaysia, BOH owns four tea plantations (or tea gardens) in the country. Besides Bukit Cheeding, the other three are Boh, Sungei Palas and Fairlie, all located in Cameron Highlands. BOH's most ... continue reading »

This new café with the fancy name of Eat & Repeat, which was opened for business on April 4, 2016, is located in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam, Selangor. Looking at these dishes that were served, you would think that their servings were small. Well, this is because this café serves Malaysian-style boat noodles. And because this is ... continue reading »

A rambling colonial building, it was built in 1926 from funds provided by the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England for the benefit of ex-members of the Imperial Forces (1914-1918) and their dependents. This gift was presented to Malaya as a token of the generosity of its inhabitants ... continue reading »

Bengkulu tart is a festive snack that was originated from Bangka Hulu, Bengkulu, Indonesia. The place which we visited in the District of Hulu Selangor during our tour of Eat.Travel.Write Selangor International Culinary Adventure 3.0, the community here has strong family connections with that part of Indonesia. The dough of the tart is made from a mixture ... continue reading »

I've been to quite a number of indigenous villages around Malaysia, so I am no stranger to their traditional cuisine. As a delegate of the Eat.Travel.Write Selangor International Culinary Adventure 3.0 delegation, I had the opportunity to not only visit Kampung Orang Asli Serigala (Wolf Village) in Sg. Selisek, Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor, but also learn ... continue reading »

Apam Gula Hangus was my childhood snack, except that I used to buy them from Chinese or Nyonya stalls. So, I was quite surprised that it is an equally popular Malay kuih. The delegation of Eat.Travel.Write Selangor International Culinary Adventure 3.0 was in Hulu Selangor last month. There, we had the opportunity to check out a demonstration ... continue reading »

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