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Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort & Spa
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5 star resort in Borneo, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
5 star resort in Borneo, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

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Lemongrass also known by the locals as "Serai" is native to India and tropical Asia. It is used in teas, soups and curries. While cooking lemongrass, the lower bulb and the outer cover are cut off. The long green stem is added while cooking. Lemongrass is used in a lot of traditional Indian cooking for its lemony fragrance and flavour it adds to a dish. #shangrilarasaria #wildlifewednesday
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Originally from New Delhi, India, Chef Yadav began his culinary career back in 1989, after realizing that working with a railway company was not his chosen career path. Following his passion in cooking, he started working in hotels across India, building himself up to be the chef he is today. In July 2009, Chef Yadav joined Rasa Ria after being offered a position from former Naan’s Chef De Cuisine, Chef Raju, with whom he had previously worked with in India. An avid fan of cricket, he plays whenever the opportunity arises and never misses the Cricket World Cup.#PeopleOfRasaRia #TeamRasaRia #RRRTeam
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Experience the newly refurbished Naan with an Colonial British India exterior and a modern Indian concept interior.
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Naan re-opens today with new signature dishes by Chef Shantanu and amazing ambiance.
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With view like this, it's no wonder Dalit Bay Golf & Country Club was voted Top 10 Golf Courses in Asia.
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Sit back to a fantastic view of Mount Kinabalu, as you enjoy Chef Jack's, steak and potato croquette at Golfers' Terrace.
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Meet Azamani Merika from our Recreation Team. After graduating secondary school, he joined the recreation team in 2000 and has been with the resort to this day. Among Azamani’s responsibilities are handling the para-sails, catamaran or hobie cat and jet skis. Other than that, he also gives safety lessons for the guest before using any of the sports equipment. His best memory of his time in Rasa Ria is when he got to save a guest’s life from drowning. During his free time, Azamani enjoys playing footvolley also known by the locals as sepak takraw, futsal, ping pong and badminton.
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Your dream wedding becomes a reality at Rasa Ria because while we put up the finishing touches we let Mother Nature provide the backdrop. Photo by Hanakoya
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Magnificent sunset view at Rasa Ria, no matter which end of the beach you stand, you'll never be disappointed. Photo by @laura_warden
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A day out in the pool can be more than just fun in the sun. At Rasa Ria you get to workout, splash, and take in the beautiful view of the sea.
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