Explore Sarawak's culinary landscape

Explore Sarawak's culinary landscape. [Newspaper] (2022)


Kuching is first Malaysian city on Unesco Creative Cities Network for gastronomy. Known for its fusion of traditional classics and modern delicacies, Sarawak has long been a culinary melting pot. From the famous Sarawak Laksa to its mee kolo (noodle dish), manok pansuh (chicken cooked in bamboo), midin (crispy jungle fern) to umai (a delicacy with slices of raw fish mixed with onions, chilies, salt and lime juice), the state’s cuisine is unrivalled.

Item Type: Newspaper
Keywords: Gastronomy, Culinary tourism, Sarawak
Taxonomy: By Subject > Hotel & Tourism Management > Culinary Arts and Gastronomy
Local Content Hub: Subjects > Hotel & Tourism Management
Depositing User: Ilya Nur Fateen Othman
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2022 03:11
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2022 03:11
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