Celebrate George Town World Heritage Day like a True Penangite

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Did you know that every 7th of July is George Town World Heritage Day? It is in celebration of the day George Town was designated as one of the World Heritages, back in 7th July 2008. Since then, various festivals and events are held to celebrate this honourable recognition! Unfortunately, this year’s festival had to […]

SERABAI AND OTHER UNDERRATED TRADITIONAL MALAYSIAN KUIHS YOU SHOULD TRY (RECIPES INCLUDED!)

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Kuih lapis, seri muka, tepung pelita; you have tried them all. Malaysian kuihs come in all forms, tastes and colours. With so many varieties to complement your main dishes or even just as snacks to enjoy with your Teh Tarik come tea time, there is always one that is perfect for every occasion. While the more common ones like onde-onde and kuih ketayap are ubiquitous across states in Malaysia, some are unique and are only popular in a few states or localities. As we celebrate Ramadan at home this year, here are a few you can try making for Iftar or Moreh!

Thaipusam

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There are many races in Malaysia including Malays, Chinese, Indians and others. Together, Malaysians live in peace, harmony and love, and everybody is free to practise their own belief and customs. As a result, Malaysians enjoy many different celebrations and traditions which is a sign of respect and openness, practised by all. This is what […]

Battling the Waves in Malaysia

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People like us are most likely to stay far, far away from the beaches during the monsoon, which usually occur from October to March if we are talking about the east coast in Peninsular Malaysia. But like a secret world, when the monsoon season comes and the islands close their doors to the public; that […]

Joyful Aidilfitri

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The holy month of Ramadan is coming to an end and Hari Raya Aidilfitri is just around the corner. For those who haven’t done their shopping, let’s see what the shopping malls in town have in store for everyone! Suria KLCC Themed “Rekindle The Bonds of Traditions”, Suria KLCC, KL’s premier shopping centre celebrates Hari […]

Lost “Kuih” of Yesteryear

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Growing up, I always looked forward to Hari Raya for a few reasons, one of which was the yummy ‘kuih’ or cookies only available during this festive season. My favourites included cashew cookies, peanut cookies, ‘bahulu’, makmur cookies, batang buruk and putu kacang, to name just a few.   ‘Bahulu’ and makmur cookies were an […]

Ramadan Rarities!

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The most-awaited month is approaching, for various reasons. Ramadan! For Muslims, this month of fasting is also the month to enhance their relationship with Allah by doing more good, be it towards each other or by increasing number of prayers and reciting the Holy Quran. For Non-Muslims (and many Muslims too, if you’re really honest!), […]

IN CHOCOLATE HEAVEN

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A long, long time ago, the Mayans were believed to have first discovered cocoa, which they considered as a sacred treat. Nowadays, chocolates are still considered precious delights. They certainly make wonderful treats during festive seasons and who would ever say no to a chocolate souvenir! Yup, chocolates are some of the popular things tourists […]
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