Malaysian cuisine is influenced by Chinese, Indian and Malay flavours. The best way to understand these different kinds of flavours is to try out some delicious Malaysian dishes.


Mee Goreng Mamak

This dish is scrumptious indeed! Mee Goreng Mamak is a fried noodles dish which is served with spicy and thickened sweet sauce. This spicy dish is further tossed with tiger prawns, tomato wedges, green onions and fried tofu squares.

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Gunawan KartapranataMi Goreng GMCC BY-SA 3.0

Nasi kerabu

This Malaysian dish is popular during the month of Ramadhan. It’s a blue rice which is naturally coloured by crushing Telang flowers. It also includes a variety of raw vegetables and fresh herbs. The fragrance of this dish will surely entice your taste buds!

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amrufm from Shah Alam, Malaysia, Nasi kerabuCC BY 2.0

Mas huni

Mas huni is a traditional Maldivian dish and it includes shredded tuna with onion, chilies, and coconut. This dish is eaten with sweetened hot tea and freshly baked roshi flatbread. A good way to begin scouring the island for the very best of its cuisine will be to first check into a preferred choice of accommodation. Do take note of Niyama Private Islands Maldives, which has its own range of restaurants in Maldives that serve delectable local and international fare.

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╚ DD╔ from Male, Maldives, Mashuni (382668832)CC BY-SA 2.0

Nasi Kandar

This is a Northern Malaysian dish of steamed rice which is served with a variety of curries and side dishes. If you adore Malaysian rice dishes, this is something you can’t miss! When Nasi Kandar is paired with fried fish, beef and fragrant curries, the alluring aroma emanated from the dish is inexplicable.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+