Tidak berkesempatan untuk pergi ke MAHA 2012 kerana berada di tempat lain. Maha 2012 masih ada beberapa hari lagi sebelum tamat pada Ahad ini. Lihat saja di berita yang pengunjungnya meningkat saban tahun. Tentu MAHA yang merupakan terbesar di Asia Tenggara ini akan jadi lebih berprestij di masa akan datang melihat kepada kebanjiran orang awam yang sudah tentu menggambarkan kuasa beli yang tinggi. Blogger yang update tentang Pavillion di Maha di sini…
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Strawberry Stall at Cameron Highland, pic from storm runner Flickr.
If you want to enjoy the authentic local fruits, the timing must be correct as many of the tropical fruits are seasonal. Of course some of them have been cultivated with new agriculture technology so they can produce fruit more frequently like Siamese Durian, but it can’t match the original one.
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Musang King pic from flickr…
Westerners usually find Malaysia is country with lot of exotic kind of fruit. Why the Asians don’t feel like apple, pear or strawberries are exotic? Maybe because we can easily get fruits like that on our local supermarket. The supply are many and no way fruits like apple, oranges,pear or strawberries will be shortage.
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I want to write the irresistible durians but that title look catchy. Yes, the durians can be dangerous if it drop directly into your head. What do you think if Isaac Newton standing below the durian tree and not the apple tree?
Ok, now is the best time for durians. You can find it at almost any Malaysian roadside. Durians is seasonal and the price is not control by the government. So don’t complaint about the price.
I just had the kampung varieties of durians. Durians can be described as strong fruit, both appearance and smell. Very sweet taste, very creamy, thick flesh and can make you replete. You can catch a fever if overdose with extra wind in the stomach.
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Natural fruit juice is good for your health. Like oranges, everyone know oranges and you can easily make yourself a glass of orange juice. Malaysia also have a species of orange that grow locally.
Usually we sell the juice by promoting all the vitamins and nutrient. When we buy the ABC brand orange juice, we don’t really care where the oranges came from. Maybe from Cameron Highland, China, Washington or mixed from the rest of the world.
Instead of promoting the fruit juice goodness, there are also manufacturer that emphasize on Place of Origin, The History and Unique bottle. What will we get is an authenticity. Look at this example:
A Noni juice . The bottle write ‘Tahitian Noni’. So it will promote Tahiti Island. I saw this juice here in Malaysia..
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Can’t taste it? You sing it..
Why? Because our King of fruit will be featured in Malaysia Tourism Promotion Campaign. Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said that Tourism Malaysia will introduce “durian trail” package. Malaysian sure like to eat Durian and now the world are learning to feel the taste.
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