Family Recipes: A Malaysia Day tribute to the country we love

The best family recipes endure the test of time. Each generation adds a little personality to the flavours, while still keeping the original essence alive for everyone to enjoy. This Malaysia Day, let us remember our culture, heritage and roots as we grow together as one nation.

Happy birthday, Malaysia.


Malaysia Day is celebrated on the 16th of September every year. It marks the joining together of Malaya, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore, to form Malaysia on the same date in the year 1963. (Singapore separated from Malaysia in the year 1965)

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Awan Mulan, Negeri Sembilan

Lately, most of the young working adults look for places to relax and take a complete break from their everyday life over the weekend.

Awan Mulan is a collection of small homes in the hills located in Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan which is an ideal getaway from the bustling Kuala Lumpur with only 2-3 hours’ drive away. The management over at Awan Mulan is really efficient and would inform much earlier on the necessary procedures before one heads over to Awan Mulan.

(a) Read the map given. According to the manager at Awan Mulan, these homes stand isolated on a hillside where GPS would fail to guide anyone there.

(b) Contact the manager when one reaches the contact point, which is a Chinese school. This is for the manager to guide people on the roads leading uphill as well as to head down to unlock the main gate. The roads leading uphill is quite narrow and one might have to give way to the car from the opposite direction.

Awan means ‘cloud’ in Bahasa Melayu. And it’s no wonder the place is known as Awan Mulan because the windows of the bedroom have already revealed a stunning view of forests and open skies. How nice would it be if one could wake up to this view every day? But, happiness is short-lived. Besides, the huge balcony by the kitchen could accommodate a hammock where one could lie on it at night staring into the sky blanketed with stars. However, be prepared for the area’s occupant; strange insects and mosquitoes. Rest assured, as the kitchen has mosquito coils where one can lit them up and beds with nets if one prefers not to sleep with insects. Quick to notice the intricate design of these homes where the regular glass panes on windows are replaced with painted cement boards making curtains no longer necessary and also more efficient in withstanding the rain. One house with 10 beds is equivalent to RM2000+, but it would be at a cheaper rate depending on the number of pax.



The main activities would be to relax by the pool which overlooks the jungle, known as the jungle pool where one can catch the sunrise at around 6 to 7am in the morning as well as the sunset pool for the sunset at 7pm. If that’s not enough, the pools do not contain chlorine but purely salt and the water is being pumped down from one of the waterfalls at the hilltops. Besides the pool, one can take a stroll around the place where most of the guests would have a go at the fruits that were planted there, such as mangosteens, rambutans, cikus and even durians.



When it comes to dinner, it is definitely a home away from home experience where everything from toiletries to kitchen utensils is made available. Steamboat pots, barbeque pits and even charcoal are all provided but with only one condition, remember to clean up the mess when you are done with enjoying all these privileges.

It is completely a unique experience where a group of 22 of us really enjoyed the trip. The organizer for this trip will be planning a trip to this place again sometime in November. Definitely worth going!

About the author: Onn May Ling lives in Petaling Jaya and is currently new to writing on places she has visited. Her interest is on reading, writing on Science subjects and eating.


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Seafood dinner along the Senggigi beach at Lombok island

Traveling almost about 1 hour 30 minutes (approx. 60km) from Sade Village, passed by Mataram City (Capitol of Lombok)…we finally reached the Senggigi beach of Lombok. All of us agree to have our seafood dinner at Warung Menega (S8.52497 E116.06554) before check in to the resort.

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The first scene that caught our attention was the smoky roof of the kitchen…

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Everyone was curious about what happening in the kitchen…then, we discovered the grilling method is using charcoal and coir which resulted the smoky environment…

Let’s have a tour in the kitchen before the dining area…

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The ‘warung’ (common word as a restaurant) had a simple setting, where you have a options of indoor dining area or the outdoor area on the beach. For us, we definitely choose the beach area…

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As usual, everyone was busy photographing the surrounding of the restaurant before the foods serve on table…

Next to the restaurant, there were many fishing boats parking around…felt excited because we will going to experience the boat ride tomorrow for island hoping, looking forward about it…

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The seafood served on table pretty fast, most of us had the same package which were the fish, prawns, clams and squids. Some of us chose only fish and some don’t take prawns… flexible package.
But all of us had one plate of kang-kong (water spinach) with the local recipe sambal chili, and unlimited rice…

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I like the local sambal very much! It was aromatic and hot!
Believe all the seafood grilled with the same sauce and recipe, the prawns, fish and squids were finger-linking good! And the clams taste the best among all…
All the seafood were perfectly succulent, sweet and spicy. Impressed by the local recipes. But the magical part was the yummy sauces…dark sweet soy sauce, garlic, local sambal and chili with onions. Every sauce provided different taste with the seafood, I love the chili onions and the sambal very much!

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It was a total different experience having our dinner here, while enjoying the seafood in our hands and watching the beautiful sunset…

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The outdoor dining area was full after the night fall…

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Beside the seafood delights and the sunset, I like to concentrate on those fishing boats back to the shores…

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We were satisfied with the seafood dinner in Warung Menega. As I look into the menu, prices are reasonable too…I guess I’ll be back again on my next visit to Lombok.

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Better Shopping with the Visit Malaysia Visa Prepaid Card

If you love shopping but don’t like carrying around a lot of cash, the new Visit Malaysia Visa Prepaid Card is a viable secure payment solution.

The world agrees: Malaysia is a great place to shop. From bargain hunting in the local markets, to luxurious shopping in some of the world’s biggest malls, it’s a haven for shopaholics. Coupled with the 1Malaysia Mega Sale Carnivals that stretch for several months, it’s little wonder that Malaysia is crowned fourth best shopping city in the world by CNN. Now, you too can shop till you drop with the new Visit Malaysia Visa Prepaid Card, a cashless and secure payment solution for tourists.

A cashless solution for your convenience

Carrying cash might be a great way to limit your spending while travelling, but when you’re out and about, a prepaid card may be better. The Visit Malaysia Visa Prepaid Card gives you access to your funds without the risk of accidentally losing your shopping money — one less thing to worry about while you’re on holiday.

The Visa-enabled prepaid card is easy to use, and it’s welcomed at over 29 million Visa accepting merchants worldwide. Just ensure there is sufficient funds, and swipe away. Funds can be loaded at any CIMB Bank cash deposit machine or at any designated reload agent.

Other features:
• No credit check or bank account necessary

• Lock in the exchange rate during purchase or reload
• 2-month travel personal accident cover
• PIN protection for cash withdrawal

• Online transaction security and balance checking facilities
• Enjoy discounts and privileges at participating dining, retail and lifestyle merchants

The starter pack can be purchased at RM40 from designated sales channels, and comes with RM500 worth of discount and rebate vouchers.

Mega sale, mega bargains

The Visit Malaysia Visa Prepaid Card can be used at the ongoing 1Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival. Catch some mega bargains at our megamalls such as 1Utama, Mid Valley, Sunway Pyramid, and the shopper’s paradise of Bukit Bintang and KLCC.

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Sade Village, the native Sasak’s village at Rembitan area, Lombok

The Sade Village (S8.83926 E116.29181) is located northward 8km from Kuta beach, in the Rembitan area of Lombok, the journey took around 20 minutes. Sade Village is the most frequent visit by tourist everyday, therefore the village guide welcome us and explain the culture along the village tour.

The Sasak people live mainly on the island of Lombok, Indonesia, numbering around 2.6 million (85% of Lombok’s population). They are related to the Balinese in language and race, although the Sasak are predominantly Muslim while the Balinese are Hindu. Source from here.

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The most ancient Sasak village in Lombok is the village of Bayan, situated near the foot of Mount Rinjani, which is the stronghold of the Wektu Telu. Wektu Telu is the distinct feature of religion, a syncretic belief of Islam intertwined with elements of Hinduism, Buddhism, and ancient traditional beliefs, unique to Lombok island.

A small minority of Sasaks called the Bodha (estimated population: 8,000) are mainly found in the village of Bentek and on the slopes of Gunung Rinjani. They are totally untouched by Islamic influence and worship animistic gods, incorporating some Hindu and Buddhist influences in their rituals and religious vocabulary. This group of Sasak, due in part to the name of their tribe, are recognized as Buddhists by the Indonesian government.” Source from here.

Nonetheless, despite differences in religious beliefs, the Sasak live in harmony among themselves.

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There were houses, rice barn (lumbung) and ceremonial hall (beruga) in the village. All the roof are covered by elephant plant (alang-alang), providing coolness in hot weather and warmth during night. The wall are mostly made by bamboo and the interesting part is the floor and some half wall is made by the mixture of clay and buffalo feces.Well, it was not stink at all. Beside that, it also works as a mosquito repellent.

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The Sasak’s house basically divided into 3 session : sleeping area, living room and kitchen. Men are restricted at the first session to protect the women in the house, because if the man want to marry the woman, he has to ‘kidnap’ the women (but with the permission). The tradition has been continue until today…

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Men in the village mostly are farmer, while the women stay at home weaving, making handicrafts and souvenirs for the visitors and tourists.

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The modernization seems powerless to change the village, and they still maintained the authenticity which also supported by the local community and their original language – The Sasak language.

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The entrance of their house is designed not higher than adult, so every guest come in have to lower down their head while passing through, it’s a way to respect the host.

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We enjoyed the tour very much and learn a lot from the culture of indigenous Sasak villagers, they were friendly too…

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After visiting the Sade village, it was almost dinner time…and we heading to Senggiri beach for seafood dinner…

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Kuta beach of Lombok island

Less than 5km (10 minutes journey) from Ashtari Restaurant and Lounge, we visited the nearby beach – Kuta beach (S8.89492 E116.28319) of south Lombok island (there’s another Kuta beach in Bali which is different).
According to Pak Uji, meaning ‘Kuta’ is gateway at the south, therefore there’s another gateway in Bali too.

But we arrived at Kuta beach in poor timing, it was cloudy and low tide…

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Despite the weather, all of us just simply shoot surrounding to satisfied our cameras…:)

The beach is full of volcano rocks, and the major different from the others beaches we visited was the sands…it’s not actually ‘sands’, there were formation of round tiny stones! This was really special!

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Along the Kuta bay, the area is full of hotels and resorts, there’s also many activities area like cafe, restaurant and shops. I believe the night activities hear must be happening too, but I’m yet to experience it.

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Beside taking photos of the beach, one of our tour mate – Noelle who was enjoying playing with the children around and taking nice photos.

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Noticed there were children and women walking along the beach selling souvenirs and hand weaved cloths…I didn’t ask for the price…

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Before we leave the beach, I found this nature beauty standing alone on the volcano rock…it’s the only outstanding rock along the beach…

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There was nothing much, we left the beach after 30 minutes and continue our journey to the next destination…

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Ashtari Restaurant and Lounge at South Lombok Island, Indonesia

After our ‘suntan session’ from the 2 beaches – Selong Belanak and Mawun beach, we were starving for food…traveling about 7km of winding road from the beach, we finally reached Ashtari Restaurant and Lounge (S8.88255 E116.26417).

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While I walked into the restaurant area, noticed one tiny signage nailed on the tree…took a closer look, it stated “Yoga Platform”. Oh my goodness! Great! The Yoga activities within the nature! But I didn’t manage to take a shot on the platform because it was not ready yet…

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The restaurant is situated on a small hill, everyone of us enjoying the walk from the entrance up to the restaurant…

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The first stunning view attracted all of us was the balcony which overlooking the Kuta town and the beach. It was a spectacular view!

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Let me show you around the restaurant…
By walking into the main dining area, the place is full of bean bags…new concept of a restaurant.

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Beside the bean bags area in the center of the restaurant, there are others different design of dining tables and chairs surrounded…

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With the sitting areas above, I believe the balcony is the popular area. And yes! We chose the balcony too!

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The balcony area has the perfect panoramic view of the beautiful surrounding.

The friendly owner is Mr Priss, who born in Paris.

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Mr Priss was an architect and a designer who had few hobbies in cooking and music. He was a director of a restaurant and club in Paris, and also owner of a restaurants in France. Before he came to Indonesia, he did the architecture and design for the Arabian Palace in Dubai and Saudi Arabia. Mr Priss and his wife suddenly think of change their life style and decided to started a restaurant in Bali called La Plage in Legian area, the restaurant continued to operated for 5 years. Beside the restaurant in Bali, he also managed to designed and constructed 5 villas in Bali island of Indonesia. Now, Mr Priss became one of the partners of Ashtari Restaurant and he been running it now for a year.

Before our food serve on table, everyone was busy taking photo around the restaurant…some just mesmerized by the breathtaking scenery of Ashrati Restaurant…her name is Karen.

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At first, we had some starter…

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Then followed by the main courses…
Most of us decided to try out their local dishes, so I had the seafood Nasi Goreng Kampung and other tour mates ordered the local seafood mee goreng, some tasted the beef burger…

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Beside the main courses above, it’s strongly recommended you ordered the extra local sambal (chili) for those who can take spicy chili, it was hot and marvelous! We all like it very much!

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The foods were really surprised us with the local and original taste! Provided with the different recipe which we had it in our country, and the portion was big enough to satisfied our hunger, delicious!

Dessert came after our meals, I tried the pancakes with Nutella and banana…oh man! Nice and not overly sweet.

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The restaurant is also a perfect chilled out place for a ice cold beer while watching the sunset…

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After we finished our wonderful meals, everyone was relax on the bean bags and enjoyed their drinks…

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Because of our schedule, we cannot laying on the bean bags for too long…too bad…
We started our journey to the next destination…

* Strongly recommended restaurant, must visit at least once if you are travel to Lombok island.

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Holiday Villa Beach Resort


Holiday Villa Beach Resort is a 4-star resort in the southwest of Langkawi Island, at approximately 15 minutes’ drive from the airport. It is a very nice resort, where you can stay for affordable prices. The resort is located along Pantai Tengah, one of the most beautiful publicly accessible beaches on the island. The area is known for its relaxed vibe within the touristic center of the island. At about a 5 minutes’ walk you will find Pantai Cenang; the most lively area of Langkawi.

The rooms have plenty of space with all amenities that you would expect of a four star beach resort. The complex is rather large, so when you are staying in one of the distant rooms, it can be quite a walk to the lobby. All rooms have air-conditioning, a television and mini bar. Breakfast is good with ample choices, but it can’t be qualified as one of the better breakfasts we’ve had on the island.

Along Pantai Tengah you will find a couple of cozy restaurants, where you can experience the Asian cuisine, but also European dishes are available. For a really good time you should go to Pantai Cenang, with its long beach with many nice restaurants and small bars.

Staying at Holiday Villa Beach Resort was quite a change from the tranquil resorts in the more secluded parts of the island. It is a big and very popular resort, and especially during peak season in can be quite crowded. The resort is located along a rather busy road, but within the resort premises you will not notice that much of it. The pool is extremely large, and surrounded by La Villa Pool Club. The beach is quite nice for those that fancy a tan, but it isn’t really the best sea to have a swim in. Across the road of the hotel you will find a couple of nice restaurants which will let you enjoy the local cuisine at very affordable prices.

At the resort it is easy to book a daily tour to explore the many wonders that Langkawi has to offer. There are also several little offices across the main road on which the resort is located. You will get better prices here most of the time; even though every organized tour will be more expensive in comparison to when you would organize it yourself. It is easy to explore the island by moped or rental car. The area of the resort is located within the busiest part of the island; other than this it’s mostly driving along quiet roads with not that much traffic. We thought Holiday Villa Beach Resort is a fine resort for a short stay. Langkawi offers several other beautiful resorts that are more luxurious (but also more expensive).








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