I’ll remember Siem Reap as a dusty town with crazy hot weather, and lots and lots of temples. But that aside, there were also so many other things that I will remember — the villages, the circus, the people, and the food… yes, the food.
The Malaysian east coast town of Kuantan has got some pretty awesome seafood and local food, so if you’re exploring this part of the country, drop by and try some of its fares.
From high-end fine dining, to simple Thai cuisine and its variety of street food, there is something for anyone waiting to indulge in the amazing Thai cuisine. During my visit to Bangkok, I made sure I sampled a huge range of its culinary wonders.
Banda Aceh suffered major devastation from the 2004 tsunami, but has since been rebuilt. However, remnants of the disaster are still visible– and I spend half a day exploring the city, and learning more about it.
The northern island of Hokkaido in Japan is known for its variety of fresh seafood and agricultural produce– and is therefore known as the “Kingdom of Food”. Here’s sharing my Top 10 favorite food to eat in Hokkaido.
The island of Penang is known as the food haven of Malaysia. On my weekend visit to Georgetown, the historical center of Penang, I spent a day looking for the best eats in the area.