Sarawak-my hometown and I am proud of it. The scenery, languages, historical places, interesting places and various foods are very special to me as the resident of The Earth of Hornbill. I am proud to promote my hometown to everybody as Sarawak has its own attraction. I will be gladsome to recommend the most popular places in Sarawak which is also known as the main attraction such as Sarawak Cultural Village, Jong’s Crocodile Farm, Sarawak tribe languages and the most known well foods among the visitors likes Laksa Sarawak, Kek Lapis Sarawak and the most unique one is Manok Pansoh. As the one of the attraction in my hometown, Sarawak Cultural Village which is also known as “Museum of Life” will be …show more content…
As we know the original recipe is come from Sarawak so it is not a wonder anymore why the made from Sarawak is much tastier than somewhere else. For exampleMeanwhile, I believe Manok Pansoh is the most original food of Sarawak that you can’t find at others places. It is because it is originally made by the local residents. In addition, Manok Pansoh is prepared in a very unique way. They used bamboo and put the chicken inside it and then cook it just the same like Lemang. Isn’t it unique? Its taste is also delicious too. It is not take a long time to been prepared. Where can you find it except Sarawak the Earth of Hornbill?
In the nutshell, I believe my hometown is worth visiting enough as the attractions, interested places and the uniqueness that we can find out here such as Sarawak Cultural Village, Jong’s Crocodile Farm and the foods that made from Sarawak which are very special and of course very delicious too. I am proud to promoting my hometown because I am very sure that everyone should come to Sarawak and experience by themselves. Besides, I am sure that Sarawak will always be on their mind until the rest. It will be their most precious memory that they will never want to forget about. So, what are you waiting for? Come and visit Sarawak for the amazing experiences that you can’t get on somewhere