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one day only, Trafalgar Square is celebrating all things Malaysian, with a sample of the sights, sounds and tastes that the country is famous for.

Visitors will get the opportunity to taste the oriental cuisine, with over 20 of the UK’s leading Malaysian restaurants all exhibiting well-known dishes, including Laksa, Satay and Beef Rendeng, along with secret delights of the country such as Apam Balik (a sweet fluffy pancake stuffed with peanuts, sweetcorn and sugar). Chefs, such as Ian Pengelly from Pan Chai will be performing live cooking sessions on the street, to show us how to bust some Asian moves…

If you like what you taste, then buy the ingredients from the Malaysian markets and get busy trying to recreate the dishes at home. But it’s not only food on show, there’s Malaysian artists flying in for the occasion, as well local acts all performing live. There’s also a cultural art exhibition on display, showcasing some special works of art.


The event will return for the fourth time on the 4th of October, and start at 12 noon, with stage entertainment beginning at 5pm. All happening at Trafalgar Square, the experience is free to the public all day, and all ages are welcome. Quickest and cheapest trip to Malaysia you’ll ever go on…

Fri 4th Oct, 12pm – 10pm
Malaysia Night, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5