A Taste of India


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August 1st 2010
Published: August 2nd 2010EDIT THIS ENTRY

Mittlerweile bin ich in Kuala Lumpur angekommen. Ein Eintrag hierzu folgt später, da ich später hierher zurückkehre und dann eine Zusammenfassung posten möchte.

Allerdings möchte ich Euch die Bilder der Batu-Höhlen nördlich von KL nicht vorenthalten. In einer riesigen kathedralenähnlichen Höhle befindet sich ein Hindu-Schrein, einer der populärsten außerhalb Indiens.


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7th January 2012

how to taste all malaysian food with low cost yet safe.
go to pasar malam. Ask the local when the pasar malam would be held and where it is. usually it would be held once every week but if you're lucky their pasar malam would be everyday. depending on the place you go. ask the stall owner the origin of the food from which state of malaysia and how it got it's name, by doing it you are on the right part of leaning malaysian culture. once you see the food, ask the stall owner either it is good or not sweet or spicy.don't judge it by its appearance. if you're looking for halal food normally malay sell them. locals normally appreciate tourist. they would love to help. once you ask them, they'll try to help you. maybe their english not advance but it is majority malaysian second language. so, they should know how to handle your questions. batu caves have other places like bukit lagong, taman rimba komenwel, templer park, hutan lipur kancing, ( four of them located nearby) and ulu yam. if you eat hotel's malaysian dish yes you taste the malaysian dish but it is not the true taste because it is designated to be suitable for foreigner taste not locals. all that i've written down is my experience as batu caves's resident . I'm sorry if I had made some error on the info.
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