Sarawak’s famous gula apong or nipa palm sugar is produced from the sap of nipa palm tree. The sugar can be easily distinguished by its golden caramel colour and natural sweet taste that is said to be less intense than white or brown sugar.
It’s Deepavali, and you just can’t help but think about all those delicious sweets and dessert of different varieties. Here are the 5 healthy recipes off the Net that you can follow to make your own delicious, sweet and guilt-free desserts this Deepavali.
In order to enjoy your Sarawakian teatime, it is important to know exactly where to go and what to sample. Listed here are popular teatime spots in Sarawak.
Being the biggest city in northern Sarawak, Miri lacks no cultural diversity – and it reflects in the city’s vibrant food scene. In this article, we will be covering a number of eateries serving local food for breakfast that you might want to check out if you happen to travel to Miri!
In the recent years, the Kuching foodie scene has seen a number of Korean fried chicken outlets booming like crazy. If you haven’t tried Korean fried chicken before, it’s time to personally experience them yourselves, at these top five eateries specialising Korean fried chicken!
So, get ready because we’re going to share with you some of the best dinner spots in Kuching City! This guide is split according to locations, and some food you can expect at those locations.
Wondering what’s for breakfast in the City of Cats? Well you’ve come to the right place, because Kuching offers cheap, satisfying and delicious breakfast/brunch that’ll surely put a big smile on your face.
Siniawan has a reputation for offering delicious gastronomic spreads on the weekends. Just go to Siniawan once the sun has set and you’ll see its street come to life with dangling red lanterns and stalls selling all kinds of food that will tantalise your taste-buds.
Surely you’ve already had everything thought out before you arrive in Sarawak for a holiday – food included. While Sarawak Laksa, Kolo Mee, Kampua, Bee Hoon Belacan and Kompia are the quintessential Sarawak delicacies not to be left out of your “to-eat” list, the adventurous might want to try something more unusual. Here are 5 bizarre foods to try in Sarawak.
Step aside coffee, its time for boba tea to shine now! Originating from Taiwan in the early 1980s, this thirst-quencher has become a favourite all over the world in recent years. Next thing you know, here in the streets of Kuching, boba tea shops are mushrooming with a new bubble tea/chain opening almost every month.