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Sarawak Trip

Haru at the Sarawak Layered Cake Shop

There’s a village across the Sarawak River, and there lies one of Kuching’s famous Layered Cake.  And being in Kuching, one should really go and try the cakes.

So I brought Haru over when we were there…

The kid really did that!! I was like What The Meow!! He really taste it and put it back when he does not like it.  I think the kid learn from his parents because I see some parent tends to eat what their kids don’t like to eat. 😐 Seriously, parents stop doing that.

Well that’s not the shocking part…

because just right after that…

Haru.. if you’re reading this. Hmm.. ehh… Sorry, I was too late to inform you and since you already ate it, I think it’s best to keep it a secret then.

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Sarawak Layered Cake

Sarawak Layered Cake is one of the must eat food in Kuching or Sarawak. Sarawakians eat and serve this food mostly during festive holidays like Chinese New Year, Hari Gawai, Hari Raya and even Christmas.

The Layered Cake is actually originate from the neighbour Indonesia but revamp and re-modified with a touch of Sarawak local food like Horlicks, Carbury and tribal design, Pua Kumbu.

There are two types too, dry one and the moist one. (And no, it’s not from the saliva. hahaha) I personally prefer the moist one and served cold :D. Oh, I got the photos from Dayang Salhah, the shop I always visit since the boss always ask me to eat for free. hahah

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Shit Miao Says

as a Sarawakian..

P/S: typo. I meant lightning not Thunder.

and some of them actually believes it.. not sure my bluffing is too good or they really trust me. hahaha but it was fun.

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For my non Malaysian readers, Malaysia is separately into 2 parts, the East and the West. The West is the Potato shaped peninsular above Singapore. The East part is on the Borneo island.

The west Malaysian always have this weird imagination or thought that the East Malaysians stay on trees. I have no idea where they got it from, never in the history of East Malaysia that the people here stay on trees. =.=  Even the Borneo natives don’t stay on tree houses but stay in long communal house.

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Nevertheless, the question, “Do you guys stay on tree houses?” always offended most of the East Malaysian. I’m actually quite okay with it tho and play along with it hahahah.

Then Haru made me speechless when he asked…

which makes no sense. Haru, you are drunk. Go home!!

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Gawai Longhouse Sarawak Trip

End of Gawai Trip at Semulong Ulu Longhouse Sarawak (Epi 7)

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Answer is… it’s not who but why. hahaha XP

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Nevertheless a big Thank you to the Newton family for the trip and the great hospitality.

I have experienced a lot of stuff that I will never had the chance to in the city.

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especially the skill of bleeding tru eyes. hahaha

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By the way, do you guys prefer short or long posts?

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