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Two things stand out in the cuisine of Malaysia… the ethnic, cultural and religious diversity that brings us to China, India, Thailand, Indonesia… and the rice which is present in almost all dishes. From the staying in Borneo and West … Continued
Bako is Malaysia’s oldest National Park, established in 1957 and takes its name from the muddy river nearby which flows into the waters of the South China Sea. Even before arriving at the park, the route taken by the river … Continued
In the local language “orang-utan” means the “men of the jungle” and they are the ones that feature in the dense jungle of Borneo, with its orange plumage, movements and relaxed and confident presence. Are spread almost everywhere in the … Continued
The southern state of Malaysian Borneo’s Sarawak, being known by the cultural presence of the largest ethnic group in Sarawak, the Iban, famous for their longhouses, a sort of common home to several families and center of all the activity … Continued
A Malásia divide-se em duas regiões: a chamada Malásia Peninsular, ou Malásia Ocidental e o Bornéu Malaio, situando-se na zona Oeste da ilha do Bornéu, sendo o lado Este pertencente à vizinha Indonésia. O Bornéu Malaio, está dividido em dois … Continued