Tropical fruits : Pineapple, Honey Dew, Melon, Watermelon
My memories of Malaysia? A lot, but never to forget . . . food . . . good eats . . . coconut rice. Well, can't go without these. Malaysian food truly made my visit there a treat. I love the rice, the sambal concoction, fried fish dishes, the fresh tropical fruits. I could go on and on. The viands there were spicy because the native food goes with sambal or with curry sauce.
I ate Nasi Lemak for dinner and even for breakfast. It's practically available anytime and anywhere. However, if you wanna have a break from the native taste, you can eat pasta or burger or even pizza. There are lots of restaurants to choose from. I ate at Friday's for one of my dinner nights.
I love breakfast, but come to think of it, I don't remember any fascinating lunch. I was busy sight-seeing at that time of the day that I am suppose to have lunch. So, my tummy rests at noon. I take light meals and do my exercise, walking and climbing stairs. Still, I gained weight. Again, no worry, just savor the moment and the food, I told myself. (My sight-seeing adventures)
Dragon Fruit (but it's pink?)
Fruits in Season : Pineapple, Macopa, Papaya
Nasi Lemak (coconut rice) with Sambal Ikan Bilis anytime of the day
Nasi Lemak Recipe . . . in case you're interested like me.
Nasi Goreng Jawa
Achilles' Heels : Cakes - Fruity ones and Chocolaty goodies
I want to have a good body, but not as much as I want dessert. Jason Love
(Tourist attractions visited:
Safari, Genting, Malacca City, Batu Caves, A' Famosa, Melaka)