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Alor Setar

Alor Setar is the capital of the state of Kedah. It is a transit point for trips to Thailand and to Pulau Langkawi. The ferry to Langkawi departs from Kuala Kedah, just few minutes outside of Alor Setar. The city is a center of Malay culture and is surrounded by paddie fields .

Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is the capital of the state of Sabah on Borneo. With an estimated population of 532,129 in the city and 700,000 in the urban area, it is the largest urban centre in Sabah and the sixth largest in Malaysia. It is located close to Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in South-East Asia.

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Fried Mee Hun

main dish, noodle dish | Chinese
Fried Mee Hun, Fried Mee Hun
Fried Mee Hun
fried thin noodles with vegetables, shrimp and meat
also known as:
Fried Bee Hoon, Bihun Goreng, Mee Hun Goreng, Fried Mee Hoon

Fried Mee Hun is a simple and classical fast food dish in Malaysia and Singapore. It is originally a Chinese dish but it became part of the malay kitchen as well.



ingedients:
mee hun noodles, vegetables, shrimps, meat

Where to find?
Chinese stalls, Malay Tom Yam stalls, Mamak stalls

Fried Mee Hun
Fried Mee Hun



related entries:

Cantonese Yee Mee

crispy noodles with an egg-based sauce, meat, squid, prawns and veggies

Pan Mee

Hokkien-style egg noodle soup and one of the few Chinese dishes that are served with Sambal Belacan

Wantan Mee

mee noodles with wantan (dumplings with minced meat)

Char Kway Teow

Popular pan fried noodle dish with egg, vegetables, chinese sausages and cockles

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