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Meet the muse of Hanoians – West Lake
3 years ago

Meet the muse of Hanoians – West Lake

Have you ever had a special place that’s excluded from the bustling life out there where tranquility can be found? If you haven’t or already have but are a prolific …
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Strings of Affair: Must Try Laksa Noodles in Malaysia
3 years ago

Strings of Affair: Must Try Laksa Noodles in Malaysia

By  •  FOOD, MALAYSIA

I thought I knew a lot about laksa. But the more I learn about this versatile noodle dish, the more I realize how much more there is to know. I …
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CELEBRATING NYEPI: ONE DAY OF COMPLETE SILENCE IN BALI
3 years ago

CELEBRATING NYEPI: ONE DAY OF COMPLETE SILENCE IN BALI

Every year, the Hindus in Bali celebrate Nyepi, and the way they celebrate it is so spiritual and unique. Nyepi, known as the Balinese New Year’s Day, is a day …
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Rice, Our Staple Food and Local Malaysian Cuisines
3 years ago

Rice, Our Staple Food and Local Malaysian Cuisines

By  •  FOOD, MALAYSIA

Rice is a staple food feeding almost half of the world’s population. It is well known that the present day rice descended from domesticated wild rice many millennials ago. Due …
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The variations of Pho in Hanoi
3 years ago

The variations of Pho in Hanoi

By  •  FOOD, VIETNAM

Having originated in North Vietnam in the mid-1880s, the world famous Pho (Phở, pronounced: /fəː/) is a Vietnamese soup, typically including rice noodles, broth and beef or chicken. With the …
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MALAYSIA – THE PLACE OF WORSHIP
3 years ago

MALAYSIA – THE PLACE OF WORSHIP

Malaysia is usually described as a melting pot of people from various backgrounds. The population in Malaysia consists of an interesting mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Eurasian, Sikh, Iban, Kadazan, …
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Road Trips across the Johor-Singapore Causeway
3 years ago

Road Trips across the Johor-Singapore Causeway

Occupying a mere area of 700 square kilometres, one might complain about the lack of activities to do in Singapore due to its small size. Whenever Singaporeans find themselves getting …
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Angkor Sangkranta, the Identity of Cambodian Culture
3 years ago

Angkor Sangkranta, the Identity of Cambodian Culture

Having participated in the Angkor Sangkranta for two consecutive years, I got nothing but great memories of cultural celebrations, World Guinness Record breaking, exciting nights in Pub Street, and of …
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El Nido, a Bruneian’s first Love in the Philippines
3 years ago

El Nido, a Bruneian’s first Love in the Philippines

Like many Bruneians or other foreign travelers, upon hearing the word beach and Philippines, our mind instantly wanders to the sight of the beaches of Boracay, one of the famous …
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THE CHINESE CULTURE IN TANJONG SEPAT – DA XI
3 years ago

THE CHINESE CULTURE IN TANJONG SEPAT – DA XI

Da Xi, is a Chinese phrase (大戲) which means Chinese Opera. Having originated from China, it is a popular form of drama and musical theatre with roots going back to …
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