When I read at wikipedia, actually the word steamboat is famous in Malaysia and Singapore. World known it as hot pot. Although this type of cooking originated from China or Mongolia thousand years ago (says wikipedia here). Steamboat is common food for Malaysian. We have another steamboat version that can easily be found in every pasar malam.The version of it called Yong Tau Fu. Of course steamboat cooked by Malay in pasar malam have adopted the Malay style spices resulting spicy,chili hot and a bit salty soup.
A Malay yong tau foo stall, pic from julia flickr.
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It’s a fast month now and most of the restaurant here will ease a little bit during half of the day. Although the majority will not consume any food during day light, food business is more merrier this month. Everywhere hotel and restaurant are promoting Ramadan buffet dinner while Ramadan stalls popping out like mushroom after rain.
Among many Ramadan promotion through emel here.
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The Royal Headgear (Solek Dendam Tak Sudah).
Royal Institution is among human history or legacy that are still being practice until now. Knight Chivalry is extinct,the Gladiator is extinct and Samurai is not being practice anymore. All the practice that coexisted with the Royal Institution hundreds years ago.
So if want know how does the Royal Institution works out, Malaysia are among the country that have the King and the Queen. Although we now live in a modern society where in certain countries Kings and Queen, Princes and Princess does not exist anymore but still, Prince William and Kate Middleton wedding got a worldwide audience.
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We have a main purpose when selecting certain hemisphere to go for travel. If we want experience snow, we must travel up north like Countries near to the artic, or go to the countries that have 4 season.
So if someone plan to visit Malaysia, among the main objective is to enjoy the rich greenery. From Wikipedia:
“Rainforests are also responsible for 28% of the world’s oxygen turnover, sometimes misnamed oxygen production, processing it through photosynthesis from carbon dioxide and storing it as carbon through biosequestration.”
Rain forest of the world, image from wikipedia..
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Since when that we are so excited to see and hold the animals? Do you think our father and grand father are thinking about zoo when they were kids? We are aware about our village back then. It’s also quite like a mini zoo, every family got livestock like goat, cow, chicken, monkey to pluck coconut, got bird for a hobby, cat and dog. Plus small wild animal in the village like squirrel,fox, lizzard,snakes and anteater. All the common wild animal in Malaysia village.
Childrens Petting Zoo
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Salt also can occur in land area not just from the sea. You may heard about rock salt selling commercially. Yeah that’s the one not produce from sea water. The salt is produce from the ground. But you can’t find it near your home. It’s deep in the jungle or mountain.
This salt mineral are used by wild animal by licking at it (at the ground, mud or stone)
Ulu Muda Eco Park, pic from Wakx Flickr.
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We already use to playing with water outdoor like at the beaches or at our regular water park. How do you feel about an Indoor Water Park? An Indoor Swimming pool is often heard but the water park operator usually prefer to build large outdoor water park due to it can cater mass of tourist, also less equipment to maintain.
Talking about indoor water park, of course it’s suitable for all type of season, environment or weather. Once there was a largest indoor water park in the world – Seagaia Ocean Dome. Located in Miyazaki, Japan.
Seagaia Ocean Dome, pic from wikipedia.
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