Top Ten Myanmar Specialties

Located in the northwestern India Peninsula, Myanmar has been called the “emerging spotlight” of Asia tourism. Not only its people, culture and landscapes but even its cuisine also draws the attention of the large number of tourists. Although the culinary cultures of India, China, Thailand and many ethnic minorities have effects on Myanmar’s cuisine, its cuisine still has its own characteristics.

Laphet, nga htamin, Burmese curry are some specialties not to be missed when travelling Myanmar.

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Malaysia Tourism Information (Part 1)

Being a Southeast Asian country bordering on Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia, Malaysia includes two distinct parts East Malaysia (Malaysian Borneo) and West Malaysia (Peninsula Malaysia). When it comes to a Malaysia trip, travelers should not miss its famous tourist destinations as Kuala Lumpur, George Town, Melaka/ Malacca, Langkawi, Cameron Highlands and Tioman island. Malaysia tourism has grown thank to its cultural diversity (it is known as one of the world’s great cultural melting pots), stunning islands off the Pacific Ocean and works built in the colonial period.

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10 specialties of Malaysia cuisine

The special characteristics of Malaysia cuisine is its natural ingredients available in all this country. Coconut, chili, lemon, lemon leaf and spices are the basic ingredients cooked with fish, meat and vegetable. Based on the different cooking styles, Malaysia is the nation owning the largest number of cooking ways in Asia. To experience deeply about Malaysia’s cuisine, travelers should go to outdoor food outlets, where serve good foods with reasonable prices. Visitors also can buy snack and drinks in trolleys or street vendors.

Assam Laksa noodle or Nasi kandar curry is one of popular Malaysia’s specialties travelers must try when coming to Kuala Lumpur and Penang.

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