I was invited to spend some time with the Selangor Javanese Community in Banghuris Homestay last week by Tourism Malaysia Selangor in conjunction of Nasi Ambeng Festival 2015, jointly organized by JKKN. My family and I missed the Nasi Ambeng Festival last year in favour of another media trip to Perak, but we managed to go for it this year, which is quite an enjoyable experience for us.
Melaka Alive is a project that aims to present the past of Melaka in 5D. In other words, it is a cultural performance that tells the history of Melaka as it originally should, from Parameswara to The Malaccan Sultanate to the times of Portuguese occupation through live theatre performance.
Nasi ambeng or nasi ambang is a fragrant rice dish consisting of white rice served with chicken curry or chicken cooked in soy sauce, vegetables, fried noodles, some salted fish, fried coconut flesh, and so on. It is cooked during important celebrations and served in a tray to be shared by four to five people.
Eat, shop & go on two wheels in Taiwan!
Before that grab the best travel deals at Taiwan Travel Fair
Whether you are considering a first or subsequent visits to Taiwan, there’s never a better time to tour the island than in 2015! Taiwan Tourism Bureau Kuala Lumpur (TTBKL) is organising its first-ever Taiwan Travel Fair in Malaysia. With the theme of “Time to Enjoy Life”, it will be held at 1 Utama Shopping Centre, where the public can get the best deals for Taiwan travel at this one-stop event from 25 to 29 March 2015.
Busy working? Need a quick Japanese food fix? You might want to try Yoshinoya or Hanamaru Udon. Outlet is recently opened and located in Mid Valley Kuala Lumpur.
My wife and I were recently invited for their launching and we managed to try some of the things that Hanamaru Udon are offering.