While on travel I always have the quest to savor that one recipe that is long-established and exist as a part of tradition. I cannot settle down for less in terms of food, especially if the landing place is multi-ethnic and multi-cultural. I am talking about Malaysia, the South East Asian country which is well known for its beaches, shopping districts, iconic skyscrapers and great food. The population here is a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European people, so the touch and essence of multi-ethnicity can be felt in the air of Malaysia.
I grabbed the chance to walk around the streets of Kuala Lumpur, the capital city. I believe that the real beat of a new place can be felt by walking down these streets. Bukit Bintang is one of the main shopping arena of the city. Also it is the place for many hawker stalls selling street food. The hawker stalls of Malaysia is a perfect place to explore local cuisine without burning hole in the pocket. The night life here was the best and I saw many oriental kitchens coming alive when the Sun goes down. I got the glimpse of many Chinese, Arabic, Iranian and Malay food which were in display. There were many outdoor restaurants serving delicacies.