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Tastes of Malaysia at food festival in Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen

Updated: 19 Apr 2018
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After Marco Polo Xiamen’s food festival, there’s one more food festival in town. From April 18th to April 28th, 2018, Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen will join hands with Tourism Malaysia and Malaysia Airlines to hold a tempting Malaysian food festival at Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen.

 

 

During the food festival, there will be a Malaysian-style song-and-dance performance, a “teh tarik” (pulled tea) show performed by a Malaysian “teh tarik king,” an on-the-spot Henna tattoo service, a raffle drawing, and last but not least the centerpiece of the food festival--authentic Malaysian food.

 

Time: April 18th to April 28th, 2018
Lunch: from RMB 256 per person
Dinner: from RMB 338 per person
Special offers on WeChat Mall:
Lunch: RMB 198 per person
Dinner: RMB 288 per person

 

     

(Lunch)                 (Dinner)

 

Scan the QR code or contact: (Café Amoy)0592 - 502 6809 or 177 5065 5962 to place an order.

 

Raffle drawing prizes
 

The biggest prize: Tourism package for three days and two nights in Malaysia (including a round-trip ticket from Xiamen to Kuala Lumpur and a room voucher for a two-night stay in a deluxe room at Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur).

Other prizes
: Room vouchers for Shangri-La hotels located in popular destinations; meal coupons for Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen; and more.

 

A brief introduction to Malaysia


Malaysia, separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia, is a Southeast Asian country with diverse ethnic cultures. Its multicultural background makes it well worth visiting. In Malaysia, tourists may get the feeling that they have visited many different countries in one day of traveling.

 

Malaysian landscape

 


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, is an emerging international metropolis that has perfectly infused the country’s eastern and western parts into a harmonious whole. The culture here is diverse and unique.

 


Penang is a Malaysian state that is full of delicious food and charming wall paintings. Tourists visiting Penang are there either for its food or for its wall paintings. In Penang, tourists can look for the beautiful wall paintings hidden in the streets while enjoying the region's traditional snacks. 

 


The sunset in Sabah is one of the world’s top-10 most beautiful natural sights. The long beach turns a fiery red as the sun sets, and the dark silhouettes of the coconut trees stand still and beautiful against the backdrop of the flaming sky.

 

Malaysian cuisine
 
 

Malaysia is definitely a foodie haven. Its diverse ethnic cultures have mixed to create a charming pastiche of foods that includes Malaysian cuisine, Chinese cuisine, north and south Indian cuisine, peranakan cuisine, and more. The options are dizzyingly wonderful!

 


Roasted prawn with butterfly pea flowers and coconut rice is a creative traditional Malaysian cuisine. Lobster is roast with sambal sauce and paired with rice that is cooked with Malaysian butterfly pea flowers.

 


Char kway teow
(or “stir-fried rice cake strips”) is a traditional Chinese cuisine that is popular in southeast Asian countries including Malaysia and Singapore. The kway teow (“rice-cake strips”) of Char Kway Teow should be thin and slippery, the shrimps should be fresh, and the fire should not be too fierce. The dish is more tempting when it is cooked with Malaysian special soy sauce.

 


Satay is a Nanyang (Southeast Asia)-flavor kebab. It is one of the most traditional Malaysian cuisines. Marinated beef, lamb, and chicken skewers are roasted under moderate heat and then a thick layer of satay sauce is applied. Satay sauce is made of peanut butter, coconut sauce, baby shrimp, and more. The best way to eat a string of satay is to pair it with cucumbers, onions, and traditional Malaysian rice wrapped in coconut or banlan leaves.

 


Roti canai, or roti prata is a type of Indian-influenced food that can be easily found in Malaysia. The main ingredients of its dough are eggs, flour, and water. Ghee is usually added to improve the taste and to lubricate the dough after the dough is kneaded thoroughly and rolled flat. A roti prata chef will usually fold it many times to make a lot of layers, and then fry it in a pan. The Fried roti prata is fluffy and crispy on the outside.

 

Malaysian culture
 


Teh tarik ("pulled tea") is a hot milk tea beverage. Originally created in Malaysia, the drink is often referred to as the country's national drink. It is made from black tea and either condensed milk or evaporated milk. The mixture is poured back and forth repeatedly between two vessels from a height, giving it a thick frothy top.This process helps to thoroughly mix the tea with the condensed milk and give it a better flavor.

 


The Henna tattoo is an ancient body-decoration art form. The materials, known as Henna or Hina, are made from the leaves of a shrub called the Henna tree. Henna leaves are picked and ground into a very fine paste, which becomes an important natural drawing material.

 

Special acknowledgement
 

Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen 厦门香格里拉大酒店
Address: No.168 Guanyinshan International Business Centre, Taidong Road, Siming District, Fujian, China 中国福建省厦门市思明区台东路168号观音山国际商务中心
Reservation hotline: +86 0592-838 5888
Official website: shangri-la.com/xiamen/shangrila/  
WeChat: Shangri-laXM

SOURCE: WOX Team
   

 

 

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