Hi, I just joined this forum. I am from a lovely country, Malaysia. You can find lots of 'yummy' vegetarian food here
Wow, 20th anniversary..hmmm..maybe, I can ask you for some tips one day..):Originally Posted by Cyclone T
I love your country and spent my 20th wedding anniversary on Tioman Island. I could happily live in Malaysia.
I know of an American who actually checked the world map to find out where my country was...You are one of the first who knows...oh, well, I do not know many Americans anyway...Thanks for your compliment. It is indeed a lovely country, a multiracial pot..Originally Posted by mollycakes
Welcome! I am an American, but lived in Kuala Lumpur for about 3 years. Beautiful country, great food, very jealous!
And please share recipes!!
Forgot, I have not visited US yet. I am hoping to visit it one day. Since you stayed in KL, I guess that you know about the various American food outlets here...US is so huge...sigh! Wish I could check it out one day!Originally Posted by al2011
I know of an American who actually checked the world map to find out where my country was...You are one of the first who knows...oh, well, I do not know many Americans anyway...Thanks for your compliment. It is indeed a lovely country, a multiracial pot..
Recipes..hmmm...I do not know how to cook but I might be able to share recipes later...I just recalled that I do know how to make stir fried koay teow/mee hoon/ noodles, vegetarian style...
Selamat Datang(Welcome in Bahasa Malaysia!) -both for visiting my country and my house...)Originally Posted by angie54321
Welcome to veggieboards!
Malaysia is on my list of 'must go to' destinations - perhaps I'll pop to your house to say 'hello' when I finally get there
Thank you. I hope that you do get a chance to visit my lovely, even if I say so. Having visited other countries before including Japan(yes, this is a peaceful and lovely country with beautiful sceneries, truly enjoyed my stay in Tokyo, etc., never had to worry about walking back late at night), I would say that you should try to visit Malaysia!Originally Posted by Tissigirl
Welcome! Although I never made it to Malaysia unfortunately, I was able to travel to China and Japan a couple times and found the Eastern world very vegetarian friendly. Meat is more of a "side" instead of the main course much of the time. Even though I wasn't a vegetarian yet I found myself eating little meat when I was there.