Part of and ancient Vedantic Empire
Our knowledge of the world and its history is poorly known, but in the past few years it has become well-established that what people refer to as Hinduism which may be better described as Vedanta influenced all life from the Mediterranean to the Pacific.
Over 2000 years ago, Indian elephants helped to build Roman edifices and before them, Vedanta helped to shape Greek civilisation. But in the Far East architects and builders from India created the great temple complexes of Angkor Wat and Angkor Tom. Not only that, you’ll find Sanskrit words in the Filipino language and the Japanese and Korean temples all feature Hindu deities.
In fact Southeast Asia is filled with what
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Palm oil (PO) is the world’s most widely produced and traded vegetable oil
By far the largest argument against palm oil is its rampant spread, deforestation, economic hardship to forest people, and extinction of species
Palm oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from the fruit of the oil palms, and it is seen by some as a versatile and eco-friendly way to power the world. It’s used in various industries, and it can be found in products ranging from biofuel, cosmetics to processed foods.
Palm oil is composed of fatty acids, esterified with glycerol just like any ordinary fat. It is high in saturated fatty acids. Palm oil gives its name to the 16-carbon saturated fatty acid palmitic
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The Malay peninsula extends down to the south of Thailand, and the provinces of Sabah and Sarawak on the northern coast of Borneo are also administered by Malaysia. A predominantly Islamic country once a colony of the British Empire Malaysia today is a prosperous independent nation.
While Malaysia serves as an overland route between Thailand and Singapore, Singapore is just off the southern tip and connected by a road bridge, There is much to see and do.
The east coast has some excellent beaches and space to relax while the east coast is more commercial and here you find Kuala Lumpur and Penang Island.
Kuala Lumpur – famous for the Petronis Towers which are tapering twin towers (connected by a
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