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17 Dec

Discover the Best Destinations in Malaysia

The peninsula of Malaysia was a major stop on the ancient spice route, attracting traders and explorers from east and west. Malaysia has absorbed influences of the indigenous Malays, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British traders to create a rich culture and culinary heritage. The current population consists of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous people all in one place. Breakfast in the UNESCO listed world heritage city of Georgetown, lunch in Kuala Lumpur and sleep in the Borneo rainforest by nightfall?

14 Jun

Why You Should Cook While You’re Traveling

One of my favorite travel activities is to take a cooking lessons during the trip. Have you noticed the subtle differences between curries from different countries such as Thailand, Malaysia and India? Not to mention the variations in color and taste in the palette of red, yellow, white and green curries? How about the difference among rice dishes from Italy, Spain, China and Vietnam? You can learn by watching cooking shows on TV and reading cook books. But there is nothing like learning cooking from a local expert!

Here are my top five reasons why you should don an apron and roll up your sleeves on your next trip.