Malaysia – Laksa Sarawak

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Malaysia is known as the House of Laksa since they have nine different types of Laksa dish. There are three types of Laksa, sour and salty Laksa, Laksa curry and Laksa combination. Sarawak laksa is a type of Laksa combination because it contains coconut milk and curry but also has fresh broth with a sour taste from tamarind fruit, torch ginger, galangal, and lemongrass.

Malaysia – Mee Kolok

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Malaysian dish is known for its rich taste to create by mixing a different kind of spice to create an umami taste that never could be forgotten. But for a tourist that wants something different to taste, you can taste Mee Kolok from Sarawak Malaysia.

Malaysia – Manuk Pansoh

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When visiting Malaysia, you can go to the Sarawak Chamber, the world's largest underground cave chamber. As a part of the Southeast Asia region, some Malaysian dishes use bamboo for cooking their meal. Manuk Pansoh is one of them.

Malaysia – Chee Cheong Fun

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Malaysian people make their own style of dim sum with their unique spice and ingredient. They call it Chee Cheong Fun. Chee Cheong Fun is a classic Malaysian dim sum, served in any Kopitiam (traditional coffee and breakfast shop).

Malaysia – Nasi Kerabu

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In Southeast Asia, Malaysia becomes the only MotoGP organizer, also serves all the MotoGP supporters with their culture, hospitality, and culinary. Malaysian food use rice as their base. Nasi Kerabu is one of them.

Malaysia – Bak Kut Teh

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Malaysia, home to 31 million people, create different cultures, tribes, and tradition. Bak Kut Teh is a bony meat pork soup, usually use pork ribs for its ingredient. Now Bak Kut Teh becomes one of the Malaysian iconic traditional dishes

Malaysia – Pongteh Chicken

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Malaka, a port city on the West coast of Malaysia, has become a trade route since many years ago. There are two versions of Pongteh chicken, one with blackened color using palm sugar usually cooked by Malaka people. The other one is slightly white comes from the Penang region.

Malaysia – Hinava Ginapan

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Kadazan-Dusun people from Sabah, Malaysia, live in the North Borneo island that has a long shoreline. Kadazan refers to all Tangara tribes that live in Sabah West Coast region, while other native tribes except the Tangara tribe called Dusun. For Kadasan-Dusun people, eating fish has become their tradition since they have enough resources for fresh seafood. One of their favorites is Hinava Ginapan.

Malaysia – Karipap

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When we talk most popular snack in Malaysia, Karipap will arise in the top list. Puff like snack filled with a different kind of curry. There are several curry choices to fill Karipap, start from chicken, beef, fish, or sardine.

Malaysia – Kek Lapis Sarawak

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Southeast Asia place where more than a thousand island lays around the equator, create multiple culture and tradition. Dominated by Malay race and share the same history. As a tourist, you can found Kek Lapis Sarawak national feast like on Eid Al-Fitr, Christmas, or Deepali.