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Cherating

Cherating is the only real backpacker hub at the east coast of the peninsula on the mainland. Offering plenty of affordable chalets and a relaxed atmosphere, it is good place to stop for a night or two on the way up or down the east coast. The beach itself is not that spectacular and misses the palm directly at the beach. But it has a good vibe and few things you can do like taking a tour or renting a kayak up the river into the mangroves. There is also an active surfer scene when the waves are right. Cherating is located about 30km or 1h by local bus north of Kuantan.

Brunei

Tiny state in Borneo, sandwiched between Sarawak and Sabah. After it was a big regional player a few hundred years back, Brunei became rich upon the discovery of Oil in the 1940s. For a period time the Sultan of Brunei was the richest person in the world.

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Kopi Tiam

restaurant type | Chinese, Fusion, Indian, Malay
Kopi Tiam, Traditional kopi tiam
Traditional kopi tiam
in Kuala Terengganu
Chinese coffee shops, modern versions sell all kinds of Malaysian dishes

Besides the traditional kopi tiams, there is modern version of the coffee shops with modern, clean interior. Most of these modern kopi tiams run as franchises. Typical dishes include grilled toast, tea, coffee, half-boiled eggs but also full meals such as fried rice or noodles.



Kopi Tiam on Wikipedia:

A kopitiam or kopi tiam is a traditional breakfast and coffee shop found in Malaysia and Singapore in Southeast Asia. The word is a portmanteau of the Malay word for coffee (as borrowed and altered from the Portuguese) and the Hokkien dialect word for shop (店; POJ: tiàm). Menus typically feature simple offerings: a variety of foods based on egg, toast, and kaya, plus coffee, tea, and Milo, a malted chocolate drink which is extremely popular in Southeast Asia, particularly Singapore and Malaysia.

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Kopi Tiam
Traditional kopi tiam
in Kuala Terengganu



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Hainan Cham

hot drink made of combination of coffe, nescafe and tea

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Mamak stalls are restaurants in Malaysia run by Muslim Indians.

Malay Tom Yam stalls and restaurants

Malay stalls or restaurants serving thai-style food

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