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PUTRAJAYA: The Tourism Ministry’s website allowing the public to vote for local restaurants and hawker stalls selling the best Nasi Lemak, Laksa and Bak Kut Teh in the country has attracted 17,000 responses in just two weeks since it was set up, said minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen.
Happy to see the overwhelming response received by the website, www.fabfood1malaysia.com, she said people who started voting on Dec 3 included foreigners from 70 countries.
She said the ministry would continue to gather feedback on the best eateries serving the three favourite local dishes until the end of January before a special jury panel secretly visits the outlets recommended by voters.
“The panel will select 50 of the best outlets serving each dish and list them in a booklet produced by my ministry and on the said website as a food guide for both local and foreign tourists,” she told in a press conference after launching the Cuti-cuti 1Malaysia Dance programme here Saturday.
The panel, she said, would make the selection based on taste, packaging, fair pricing and level of cleanliness at the outlets.
Dr Ng added that the programme would be continued with calls to vote for another three popular local dishes next year.
On the Cuti Cuti 1Malaysia Dance, Ng said she hoped that states and townships working on tourism promotion would include it in their programmes as it highlighted traditional dances of the Malay, Chinese and Indian communities and of ethnic groups in East Malaysia.
She said foreign tourists responded well to the dances and had often tried dancing.
“Even during my visits to Russia, China and India, I found that foreigners liked the dance steps. Both the dance steps and music are available free on the ministry website,” she said.
Locally, she said, the response so far had been good with over 40,000 people trained in the dance that is a medley of seven different dances and even the private sector had taken it up with some making it a part of their permanent weekend activities.
Ng hoped the dance could become a part of a weekend family activity in Putrajaya.
The ministry, she said, has planned to promote the parks and gardens in the administrative capital and would have leaders in horticulture from London and the Monet Gardens in Paris to visit next year.
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