Photographer's Note

In the villages the folks build makeshift roadside stalls along the main roads and display their home grown fruits. These fruits are indigenous to Malaysia and some parts of the South East Asian countries. It is normal to have bananas, water melons, honey dew, a small form of jack fruit, some flours. The banana here are also eaten fried. The skin are peeled off and the flesh split into two halves, dipped in flour with a bit of salt and whatelse and then fried. It is a favourite among the locals and it is called "pisang goreng" or "fried bananas". If any of the TE members happens to be here for a visit you simply have to give this a try.

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