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The food we ate and loved in Kuala Lumpur's China Town
📍Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
When going anywhere at all in the world, I would always assume 'China Town' would be such a food heaven. In Thailand, it's like that. In San Francisco too. Oh! In Vancouver as well. Singapore seems like it works the same way.. so yes! I think it's always like that. Good food around in China Town! Last time when visiting Kuala Lumpur, we went for fo[...]
The Century Old Menglembu Wet Market, A Slowly Dying Tradition by @littlenewthings
To many countries in South East Asia, some might still exist, but in Malaysia, especially in the capital city, wet market that are more than a hundred years old are becoming scarce to come by, because Malaysians are slowly preferring the air-conditioned supermarkets and malls over the sweat and heat under the blue sky to do their gr[...]
Kuthampully: A Weaver’s Village by @elsaenroute
Kuthmpully handlooms are famous for their traditional clothes like Saree, Mundu, Veshti. These dresses, which come in white or in its varients and especially used during the festive seasons. Koothampully is the name of the village where they weave Sarees, Mundu and such traditional clothing.
Koothampully is a small village situated near the border [...]
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