CULTURE - Malaysian and Singaporean

From performing arts to cusines, and dance forms to music, Asian culture is refreshingly vibrant. If you love culture, you are bound to love Asia. Malaysian and Singaporean culture is full of life and colour. Malaysian culture comes directly from the tribes that first inhabitated Malaysia. Whereas the Singaporean culture is an amalgamation of many cultures. Join Asian Inspirations as we find out all there is to know about the rich and enticing Malaysian and Singaporean traditions.
The Indian Influence On Singaporean Cuisine

The Indian Influence On Singaporean Cuisine

Find out how the flavours of India have influenced the cuisine of Singapore, including the Indian spices, Indian curries and Indian breads that are popular in Singapore. Discover Singapore’s culinary wonders with Asian Inspirations.
Malay Flavours In Singaporean Cuisine

Malay Flavours In Singaporean Cuisine

Discover the authentic Malay flavours in Singaporean cuisine, including must-have ingredients for cooking Singaporean-Malay foods and Singaporean-Malay recipes for noodles, curries, stir-fries and desserts. Sample Singapore’s vibrant cuisine with Asian Inspirations.
Chinese Influences On Singaporean Cuisine

Chinese Influences On Singaporean Cuisine

From stir-fries to herbal soups, learn about the Chinese influences on Singaporean cuisine, including Chinese ingredients and cooking methods, then try some of the popular Singaporean Chinese recipes to try at home. Discover the vibrant cuisine of Singapore with Asian Inspirations.
Spotlight On Singapore: Introduction To Singaporean Cuisine

Spotlight On Singapore: Introduction To Singaporean Cuisine

Discover the cuisine of Singapore with Asian Inspirations. From the hawker centres selling tasty street snacks to iconic dishes such as Singapore chilli crab and Michelin-starred restaurants, we bring you the best of Singaporean cuisine.
What is Yu Sheng and Why is it Considered Lucky

What is Yu Sheng and Why is it Considered Lucky

The combining of all the ingredients in a big bowl and everyone at the table tossing the salad simultaneously using a pair of chopsticks and saying lucky words is known to bring good luck on the 7th day of the new year.
Why do Muslims Fast during Ramadan?

Why do Muslims Fast during Ramadan?

Malaysian festivals are aplenty. Ramadan is the holy month, where Muslims fast for an entire month. 61% population residing in Malaysia follow Islam as a religion.
Hari Merdeka – Celebrating the Spirit of Free Malaysia

Hari Merdeka – Celebrating the Spirit of Free Malaysia

31st August is marked as a day filled with zest and pomp in every Malaysian calendar. Hari Merdeka or Independence Day is celebrated with a lot of revelry and gusto.
5 Important Festivals and Celebrations in Malaysia

5 Important Festivals and Celebrations in Malaysia

Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures. Malaysian culture is multi-faceted, each of these facets is adorned with festivals and celebrations of its own.
10 Interesting Cultural Facts about Orang Asli

10 Interesting Cultural Facts about Orang Asli

The Orang Asli are one of the indigenous ethnics, with its majority living in suburban and remote areas of Peninsular Malaysia ( Terengganu and Kelantan).
Orang Asli – The Original People of Malaysia

Orang Asli – The Original People of Malaysia

The Orang Asli meaning ‘original people’ are the original inhabitants of the Malaysian land. They are believed to have entered this land 6000 8000 years back.
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