Malaysian cuisine is a cocktail of different tastes and ethnic groups. The Malaysia food culture has heavy influences from the Malays, Indians, Indonesians and Chinese. With the use and combination of aromatic ingredients such as cumin, coriander and chilies, Malaysian food has a very full flavored taste. Nasi dagang - fish curry is a tasty … Continue reading Malaysian Food !!
I believe Sabah and especially Kota Kinabalu is a major part of why they call Malaysia - Truly Asia. It is not so much explored tourist spot compared to KL and it is sure to make it an ecstatic experience. The picturesque sights and scenic beauty exceed one’s imagination and is a fabulous presentation of … Continue reading Sabah – Kota Kinabalu
Genting Highlands is located just 45 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur – the quickest holiday getaway in for people residing in KL. One of the good thing is it has round-the-clock exciting entertainment, It is situated approximately 1800 metres above sea level is immensely popular for its Vegas-style casino and its indoor and outdoor … Continue reading Genting & Melaka
Malaysia, located in the Malay Peninsula and stretches to parts of Borneo where it shares a border with neighboring Indonesia is a combination of many things. Kuala Lampur, their capital city, is a financial hub and powerhouse in South East Asia. It has white sand beaches also, mountains in the Genting Highlands, UNESCO world heritage … Continue reading Malaysia – Truly Asia !!
Thai cuisine is a celebration of the fresh and fragrant. Thailand is famous for its street food culture also. So where ever you go, food would be near you. Thailand won't let you go hungry anytime. There is something for everyone. Being a main tourist destination, an abundance of international cuisine is also available but … Continue reading Thailand – The food to savor
Northern Thailand was among the less visited places when people would visit Thailand. Slowly people started exploring this part of the country also and this is where there are many national parks, elephant conservation centers are located. It's not the hustle bustle of Bangkok, the quiet way of life people live here attracts me to … Continue reading Northern Thailand – Unexplored Beauty
After visiting the Holy place of Erawan Shrine, it's time for some food time. We head to Khao San road. It's the place where the East meets West. The place is known as Backpacker's area. One can find all types of hostels here where the foreigners can stay. You can find food stalls all around, … Continue reading Thailand – Sawa Dee Krab