What to do when visiting the bustling Chinatown of Bangkok? Now here’s a list of all the fun things you can do on your future visit!
I had a wonderful few days exploring Chinatown Bangkok during my stay with the Grand China Hotel. Such a grand hotel right smack in the centre of this bustling part of Bangkok!
I made my way to Kundasang to admire Mount Kinabalu from afar, and to find that one place in Malaysia where the Friesian cows roam in the meadows surrounded by rolling hills.
A visit to the biggest Starbucks (cafe and roastery) in the world — complete with a running factory and a HUGE bronze cast. And I ended up spending a fortune on coffee, food and Starbucks trinkets!
My evening of Italian street food and wine indulgence at “The Extraordinary Italian Taste”, an event to promote Italian cuisine and culture in Malaysia.
I have only ever read about Kuala Kangsar in my local school textbooks, so I was excited to visit this royal Perak town — and step into a little bit of Malaysian history.
Between visiting the sites and attractions in and out of Sarajevo’s old town, I had to make sure I had enough time to sample all the delicious Bosnian dishes. I definitely ate more than I should, and here’s my list of Sarajevo’s must-eats!
Genting Highlands, Malaysia: It’s the Chinese New Year 2017 — year of the fire rooster; and Genting Palace Restaurant at Resorts World Genting are celebrating with their sumptuous Chinese New Year menus!
Genting Highlands, Malaysia: Food Experience at Burger and Lobster, Cafes Richard and Motorino in SkyAvenue
A cluster of three international restaurant chains have opened its doors at Genting Highlands’ SkyAvenue mall. They are Malaysia’s firsts, and definitely worth a taste if you’re high up in the mountains!
After having a go at all my Ipoh favorites on my recent trip, I decided to document my 2-day weekend food crawl. If you’re short on time for research, maybe this itinerary can help!
During my visit to Da Nang, I had so much fun discovering all the delicious fares the city has to offer; and here’s a list of my favorite and most memorable eats!
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.
I was on a solo trip for just a day, and the one thing I wanted to explore was the food scene. So I based myself in the old part of the city, and stuffed myself silly!
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.
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.
I recently made a trip to Singapore (a trip I make every few years) to visit a friend– and went on a food tour. Singapore has some pretty awesome restaurants and great food. These are the 10 food experiences I had on my visit, each wonderful in its own way.