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Scones and Cameron Highlands somehow go hand in hand and if one is looking for the best scone in town, The Lord’s Cafe in Tanah Rata certainly is a great place to be spoiled for choices.
Famous Scone Cameron Highland
Tucked away in the row of shops situated at Main Road in Tanah Rata, we stumbled upon The Lord’s Cafe after a quick browse on where to go for the best scone in Cameron Highland. The eatery is charming with a homely outlook paired with yesteryears decoration and open windows that invites natural light to peek in, also gives one a sense of nostalgic charm.
The Second East-West Highway, is one of the Malaysia’s greatest touring routes, winds through the backbone of Malaysia namely Titiwangsa showcasing stunning rainforest landscape blending with multiple altitudes across Aborigine’s towns, local villages, limestone hills and local food between Simpang Pulai and Jerantut via the rustic towns such as Gua Musang and Kuala Lipis. If you are looking for the similar legendary road tour – Route 66, this is the Malaysia’s own version – it’s Federal Route 185. And this is THE route where one can spot ‘Tapir’, ‘Elephant’ or wildlife sign posts on the road!
Medan is no doubt a city that is famed for its Medanese cuisine hence this post is a Medan food guide dedicated for the fellow foodies. Honestly, Medan food is underrated and lesser known to most part of the world compares to its neighbouring cities such as Penang or Bangkok. Deserving more attention than it gets, the famous Medan food is a blend of traditional ethnic foods and variety of geographical location.
1. Mie Pangsit or Mie Pansit Either Pansit or Pangsit, both refer to the same food that I would consider staple in this corner of the world. On the first day of my arrival, I was not sure of how to fuel up. A walk down from my hotel brought me to an eatery that was selling noodles. The look and feel was inviting, similar to the famous wanton mee in Penang.