Category: Travel

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Finding the Oasis in Cambodia

by Phyllis Wong AFTER four days in Bangkok with hot spicy food which has never found its way to my plate at home, and another day of overly sweet Cambodian cuisine – I decided...

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Authentic Japanese ramen, affordable prices

By Anna Vivienne AT any Japanese eatery, you’d invariably find sushi and sashimi on the menu but not at the Yamagoya Ramen in Kota Kinabalu. This Japanese restaurant, situated along Gaya Street, serves ramen...

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When in Poland…

By Joyce B Majewska   hat do you do when you are on a long vacation in a foreign country and no one speaks your language?  Why, try to blend in by learning their...

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Sarawak, Kalbar Dayaks share many similarities

by Samuel Aubrey reporters@theborneopost.com   ADIL ka’talino, bacuramin ka`saruga, basengat ka’jubata. This is a salutation often used by leaders in West Kalimantan (Kalbar), Indonesia, in their speeches. Originating from the Dayak Kanayatn (closely related to...