Wednesday, March 24, 2010

My sister's Oral Presentation

Mamak Stall, A culture in Malaysia.

Mamak stall has been a big impact and is now a culture in Malaysia. We are very well known for our teh O, roti chanai and chapati.

Where do we get this? The mamak stall.
In Malaysia, especially around Shah Alam and Subang Jaya, mamak stalls are swimming all over the place, every shop lot corner and developed areas.
Why are mamak stalls so famous?
First, it’s because it caters to Malaysians till late at night. The only place a person can rely to look for food late at nights are mamak stall because they open up from morning to morning. From 7am till 3 or 4 in the morning or at times, 24 hours. From breakfast, to lunch to dinner and back to breakfast. This shows how reliable mamak stalls are.

Second, mamak stalls cater to everyone. I mean, everyone. From children, young adults, adults and old people. My brothers and sister go to mamak stalls all the time cause they say it’s fun. Moreover, mamak places are ideal places for overworked society to go to after working hours to unwind and relax before coming home. It’s a cheap place with a pretty nice environment to go to, who would not want that?

Teh tarik, teh o’ limau suam, and teh halia are some drinks examples you can find in mamak. Other than that, rice with mixed chicken, beef, and seafood gravy can be found during lunch. Late at nights, a person can easily ask for Maggie goreng or nasi goreng kampong to satisfy the late night hunger pangs.
Pelita, MMZ, Tanjung Khulafah, Khalifah and Daud are just some of the examples of popular mamak stalls nearby to Bukit Jelutong. So this shows how popular and how demanding a mamak stall is. With that, thank you.

> An oral presentation my sister asked me to help her with. Yes, as the sweet kind older sister, I did everything for her. I'm done with boring topics, after a few minutes of thinking. talking about mamak stalls seems like a good idea. we see it everyday, we go to mamak on a daily or weekly basis. Mightly as well I preach to 13 year old school kids. they'll know the "lepak mamak" culture soon anyway. <

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