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An early morning wilderness vibes...!
Photo by @razzrozzfaisal in #Varanasi #India . #tamuasia #travel
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Good morning peeps! Happy Sunday☺ i'm having nasi lemak for breakfast. What's yours?
Nasi lemak is a must try if you are in Malaysia. The typical nasi lemak has a hot spicy sauce (sambal), hard boiled egg, cucumber slices, fried dried anchovies (ikan bilis) and roasted peanuts as a base. You may add fried chicken or beef rendang too for a hearty meal..yummy!

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#TamuAsia #travel #onlyinmalaysia #foodtotryinmalaysia #foodlover #foodporn #nasilemak #myfest2015 #visitmalaysia #instatravel #instaphoto #localfood
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Late lunch but super perfect!!
Salmon Pasta with a Tomato Cream Sauce.
If you are a salmon lover, you have to try this! The tomato cream sauce really adds a lot of colour and flavour, it's delicious!
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TamuAsia wishes all our chinese friends, especially our loyal followers a safe, healthy and prosperous New Year! Be happy, be merry and be safe. Gong Xi Fa Cai..

#tamuasia #cny2015 #travel #greetings #yearofgoat #besafe #behappy #festiveseason #onlyinmalaysia
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Satay in Malaysia can be found throughout every state in the country. Besides restaurants that serve satays, one can find hawkers selling satay in food courts and Pasar Malam night markets. While the popular meats of satay are usually beef and chicken; goat meat or cow innards are also offered. Different regions of Malaysia have developed their own unique variations of satay. Kajang town in Selangor is famous for its Sate Kajang (sate is also satay in Malay) and it has earned a reputation over the years as the "Satay Town" of Malaysia. Compared to satay found elsewhere in Malaysia, this variety offers thicker slices of spiced meat.

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#tamuasia #travel #onlyinmalaysia #asia #foodlover #food #foodporn #satay #myfest2015 #visitmalaysia
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KLCC - Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Everything You Need To Know!

Just at its name suggest, there is only one way to describe KLCC - the heart of Kuala Lumpur. At once an entertainment, commercial and business focal point, KLCC is home to some of the most popular landmarks in Malaysia, making it a popular tourist destination. With a host of options to choose from dining, arts, culture, recreation, sightseeing, shopping and entertainment - you won't be stuck for ideas on what to do around here.
Photo Credit : Denan Lee for TamuAsia

#tamuasia #travel #onlyinmalaysia #klcc #kualalumpur #kualalumpurcitycentre #malaysia #myfest2015 #visitmalaysia #nightview #tourist #attraction #shopping #dining #entertainment #recreation #culture #sightseeing
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If you are a rice lover, this is another amazing local dish that you cannot miss. Nasi Kandar is a popular northern Malaysian food, which originates from Penang. It is a meal of steamed rice which can be plain or mildly flavored, and served with a variety of curries and side dishes. The rice is accompanied by side dishes such as fried chicken, cubed beef, mutton, fried prawn, fish roe, fried squid and vegetables. Let's diggin!

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#tamuasia #travel #asia #onlyinmalaysia #malaysianfood #instafood #nasikandar #penang #instatravel #foodporn #foodlover #myfest2015 #visitmalaysia #malaysia
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A Kuala Lumpur mall has transformed their retail concourse area into a work of art for coming Chinese New Year. Decoration of Red Lantern at Pavilion Mall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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#tamuasia #onlyinmalaysia #asia #chinesenewyear #decoration #shopping #mall #malaysia #travel #myfest2015 #visitmalaysia #celebration
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Banana Fritters are a good example of a local snack or desert! What with all the bananas around, you will notice many of the deserts contain bananas that taste very special once mixed with a little flour batter - and some variations may need an acquired taste.

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#tamuasia #onlyinmalaysia #travel #food #foodlover #instafood #banana #fritters #snack #teatime #afternoontea #myfest2015 #visitmalaysia
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Eating and loving Malaysian food should be a prerequisite for anyone proclaiming to be a gastronome...! What are you having for lunch today?
Nasi Dagang is another fantastically tasty dish, consisting of rice steamed in coconut milk, fish curry and extra ingredients such as fried shaved coconut, solok lada (pepper), salted eggs and vegetables. It is a well-loved dish in the states on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, such as Terengganu and Kelantan.

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#tamuasia #travel #onlyinmalaysia #malaysianfood #nasidagang #foodlover #food #instafood #myfest2015 #visitmalaysia
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