You’ve learnt how the AirAsia Allstars inspire the inflight meals onboard AirAsia flights. Now find out how these succulent dishes taste like, and see if you can resist trying them for yourself!
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What better way to kick off the Ramadhan month with some delectable Raya food, enjoyed with style, 35,000 feet up in the air!
By Irvin Hanni
Kuala Lumpur (aka KL), the capital city of Malaysia, is a huge melting pot of people, cultures and cuisine. From Malay, Chinese, Indian and regional cuisines to international offerings that experiment with local flavours, eating here is a national obsession, and food is cheap too! Street fare is hugely popular and eating out into the wee hours of the night is the norm. While most others stop with breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, city folks continue their love affair with food with supper and maybe even a late night bite before finally retiring for the day. It is a consuming affair but one that everyone does with great relish! Here’s a quick roundup of the city’s popular enclaves that are popular with the locals.
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