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Indonesia – Coto Makassar

When visiting South Sulawesi province in Indonesia, you will found a legendary dish that already exists since the 16th century, known as Coto, specially Coto Makassar that refers to Makassar as the provincial capital of South Sulawesi province.

Laos – Khao Soi

When we talk about Southeast Asia history, we will find that this region is the center of many great kingdoms. One of them was the Lan Xang Kingdom. Khao Soi is the favorite noodle in Luang Prabang. In the Lao language, Khao means rice, and Soi means to cut. That’s why Khao Soi made from rice flour.

Malaysia – Kek Lapis Sarawak

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.

Indonesia – Tapa Kolo

Tapa Kolo comes from Tapa and Kolo word, Tapa means to burn, and Kolo means bamboo rice. Tapa Kolo is a traditional dish from the Manggarai regency, which was already known for a long time ago.

Indonesia – Klepon

Klepon is one of the traditional snacks from Southeast Asia. This snack can be found in some countries like Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. Klepon is a green ball-shaped rice cake filled with palm sugar sauce, topped with grated coconut.

Indonesia – Rujak Cingur

Do you ever imagine eating salad topped with cow’s mouth? In Indonesia, there is a dish similar to salad called Rujak Cingur. As a local cuisine, Rujak Cingur had a long history before it spread here in Surabaya city, East Java.

Indonesia – Kapurung

Aren’t you agree when I say tourism became one of the biggest economic boosters for a country? Especially countries with heavenly panoramic and unique culture. Indonesia has both of it. Come along with Coto, Kapurung also become popular as an authentic dish from South Sulawesi.

Brunei – Ambuyat

Borneo is one of the biggest islands in the world. A place where three countries live peacefully. Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, and Malaysia live in harmony since they came from the same culture and tradition.

Malaysia – Karipap

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.

Indonesia – Pisang Gapit

Ever you imagine eating a grilled banana? Pisang Gapit is a grilled banana, a traditional snack from East Borneo. Gapit comes from Kutai tribe languages means clamped.