Issue 9.5 – Taste of Malaysia

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Thank you for taking the time to read Gaya Travel Magazine Issue 9.5. In this issue, together with Tourism Malaysia, we attempt to provide a smattering of information relating to Malaysian cuisine (page 136-155). Malaysia has a rich array of culinary offerings drawn from the country’s co-existing multi-cultural population. The much loved Malaysian comfort food like nasi lemak, roti canai, dchar kway teow, satay and rojak are products of influences from the Malay archipelago, China, India, the Middle East and even Europe. The multitude of Malaysian dishes reflect that Malaysia is culturally diverse, comprising citizens who are willing to consume and appreciate other people’s food. For non-Malaysian travellers who want to know what it is like to be Malaysian, simply savour Malaysia’s comfort dishes by heading straight to the nearest local eatery, easpecially in conjunction with the Fabulous Food 1Malaysia Festival from October until December 2014 – much like love, the way to know Malaysia is through the stomach. Selamat menjamu selera (bon appetit)!  – Jeremy Khalil (Editor).
DEPARTMENTS
Gaya Interview – DATO’ MAZNAH MAZLAN, 
Deputy Chairman of Tourism Malaysia

DESTINATIONS

KCC1M Perak – Immersed in Perak Culture and Gastronomy
Hanoian Holiday – Discovering Hanoi with Golden Holidays by Malaysia Airlines
High on Kansai
Negeri Sembilan – A Striking Legacy
Berakit Sungai Pahang
Bangkok & Chiang Mai
Uzbekistan – The Gateway to the Ancient Silk Route

 

EM’S ILLUSTRATED TRAVEL DIARY

GAYA SHOP

GAYA OUT

GAYA DINE

TRAVEL WITH MISS TRAVELISTAH
How to Uniquely Capture Your Moment

GAYA TRAVELLER – Switzerland on a Budget

TRAVEL ANECDOTES by SUHAIMI SULAIMAN

HOTELS & RESORTS
Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel
Igniting One’s Senses at The Grand Sunti, Ubud.

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