Malaysia Guides

Durian, The King of Fruits

It’s durian season here in Penang, Malaysia and there are durian stalls selling this thorny fruit every corner you turn….

Roti Jala

Roti Jala—means “net bread” literally—is another Malaysian recipe that deserves special introduction on Rasa Malaysia. These lacy and net like…

Penang Assam Laksa Recipe (Nyonya Hot and Sour Noodles in Fish Soup)

Before I start writing this post, I have a confession to make. I have an Asian (Chinese/Malaysian) mouth. In my…

Giveaways

Mini Gourd

If you still recall, I have a thing for mini foods–vegetable, tartlets, or anything small and cutesy. When I was…

The Fruits of Malaysia

Along the East-West Highway and interstate highways of Malaysia, one can find many fruit stalls selling various kinds of local…

An Insider’s Guide to Penang Hawker Food

Born and raised in Penang, I am practically a living and walking food guide when it comes to eating Penang…

Penang Hawker Food (Part II)

Austin from Real Thai and Marc from Mental Masala are both heading out to Penang soon so I’ve decided to…

The Art of Communal Dining: Lok Lok

When I first came to the United States to pursue my Master’s Degree in Communications, the first thing I learned…

How Do You Pull Tea?

Here is how. Teh Tarik, which literally means “Pull Tea” is a popular drink in Malaysia. Teh Tarik can be…

Introducing Penang Hawkers

To many people in the West, the notion of hawkers, roadside stalls, and kopi tiams (coffee shops) is as blurry…

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