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14 Delicious Pictures of East Malaysian Food

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Besides being known for pristine beaches and uninhibited wildlife, the eastern states of Sabah and Sarawak also boast some of the most diverse cuisines in the country. Evelyn Ang-Loo seizes her camera and takes us on a culinary journey through the rainforests of Sandakan, fishing villages of Miri, and markets of Kuching, revealing the East Malaysian states’ best gastronomic offerings.

1. Steamed Crab

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2. Prawn Bak Kut Teh

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3. Kolo Mee with Red Sauce

KoloMeewithRed Sauce

4. Pork Lalapan

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5. Seaweed Salad

SeaweedSalad

6. Kerabu Mantua

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7. Hakka Noodles

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8. Yam Puff

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9. UFO Tart

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10. Stir Fried Rice Noodles Cangkok Manis and Anchovies

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11. Kek Lapis

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12. Four-Layer Tea

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13. Penyaram

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14. Kuih Cincin

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Source: Senses of Malaysia January-February 2015




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