Malaysia : Food Paradise of South East Asia | Fabien Astre

Malaysia : Food Paradise of South East Asia

 

Malaysia is cut in half by the South China Sea. While the peninsula host busy cities, colonial architecture, tea plantations and islands of fishing communities, Malaysian Borneo hosts wild jungles with orangutans, granite peaks and remote tribes. In Malaysia, diverse ethnicities and religions are united by food; they have created a melting pot cuisine so you can be sure to never go hungry while exploring all that the country has to offer.

 



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