In Malaysia, you are often greeted with ‘ Sudah Makan ‘, which means ‘have you eaten ?’. Food is everywhere, very affordably priced and often available 24hrs.

SATAY

Classic Malay fares like satay (grilled meat on skewers served with peanut sauce) must be sampled. Penang and Melaka offer the best Nyonya food, an amalgamation of Chinese and Malay cuisine. Unique to Malaysia are Mee Mamak and Nasi Kandar, created by local Indians. The former was inspired by Chinese noodles while the later ia a take on Malay and Indian cooking. Complete your meal with a glass of Teh Tarik, a milky hot tea with froth and flavour.

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