Lamian Palace – The Flavor Bliss Alam Sutera, Tangerang

Slurp, slurp, slurp! A sound every person makes while enjoying the delicacy of noodle. Well, in Japan, you must show your appreciation to noodle by making that kinda sound. However, in Indonesia, several people may find this disturbing and noisy – again, this depends on the occasion you are involved in. Lamian  or miàn (拉面) is Chinese typical noodle made by twisting and stretching the dough into strands. In most Chinese restaurants, if lucky enough, you will see the live demo of making lamian in an open-kitchen. Curious about lamian? Pay a visit to Lamian Palace, Alam Sutera!


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Discovering Benteng Heritage Museum 2016


This year’s August 17 for me is pretty special because of not only celebrating Indonesia’s independence day, but also discovering the first settlement of ethnic-Chinese civilization in Tangerang through the iconic Chinese-style ancient house designed with low-curving sloped roofs in the midst of Pasar Lama traditional market named Benteng Heritage Museum, the first Chinese-Indonesian heritage museum in Indonesia.

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