Welcome to Malaysia, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall!
By Stephanie | November 3, 2017
Malaysia celebrates its 60th year of independence in 2017 and this year also marks 60 years of Malaysia-Britain bilateral relations. To commemorate this special occasion, Britain’s Prince Charles and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall arrived yesterday for an autumn tour to this side of the world to visit Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei and India – with Malaysia being their longest stop. This being the couple’s maiden visit to our country, Prince Charles and Camilla will be visiting not only Kuala Lumpur but also Perak, Sarawak and Penang during their one-week visit.
While they’re here, the royals can look forward to being served with a creative menu where each dish is a fusion of Malaysian and British elements. “For example, we are making a beef rendang Wellington and, of course, the English trifle. We are fusing Malaysian mango puree and dried pineapple crisps alongside English berries and other standards of trifle,” says British High Commisioner to Malaysia Vicki Treadell.
Meanwhile, one week is a very long time and it’d too cool if you actually get to meet Britain’s royals. When you do, you don’t want find yourself bumbling or acting all awkward! Here a few pointers on what to say or do when you find yourself face to face with the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall:
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