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Since some years ago, Malaysia has become main and foremost tourist destination in Asia Pacific. This county offers a distinctive yet adventurous experience. You can enjoy the city view, learn the diversity of cultures, or relax in its beautiful beaches. However, culinary tourism must be an integral part of your visit to Malaysia. Before you visit those tourist destinations, it is time to relax and enjoy the rest of the day. Extraordinary Malaysian Local Cuisines In Malaysia, you will find various types of delicious local cuisines that...

Ask everyone, and almost everyone will agree that La Boqueria Market is a perfect place to taste Spanish dishes. Located in Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Catalona, Spain, La Boqueria market is one of the main and foremost tourists’ attractions that offer a wide range of good and food selections. From Pincho to Tapas, all types of traditional and modern Spanish dishes are available in this market. It is one of the most famous food markets in the world, especially in Europe, and it attracts more than a million people every year....

If you ever visited Japan or at least love Japanese food, you must know the popular street food takoyaki. While basically this is a very simple food (grilled octopus inside fried flour dumpling), takoyaki is famous because of its unique taste, rich sauce and topping, and its status as comfort food with cheap price. Takoyaki is so famous that there is even takoyaki museum in Japan, and its recipes appear in various websites and recipe books. Also, you can find places to buy takoyaki outside Japan, such as Coco Takoyaki in Malang, Indonesia. Just...

If you love to eat and have a plan to visit Singapore, do not miss the chance to sample foods in Geylang. This popular tourist destination is famous for its lines of food stalls and restaurants, and you can eat almost anything Asia can offer. This is because Singapore is like a small Asia, where immigrants from various parts in Asia come and blend with locals, creating unique mix of culture. You can eat Indonesian, Malaysian, Singaporean and Chinese foods in Geylang, whether you eat at cheap food hawker stalls or in fancy restaurants....

Street stalls that sell street side foods always become attractions for culinary lovers anywhere they go, and in Malaysia, the most recommended spot to taste the best street side foods is Gurney Drive in Penang area. Also known in local language as Persiaran Gurney, this area of food stalls is located in front of the beach. You can eat here while enjoying the view of beach and high-rise buildings that are mostly condominiums and bungalows. Gurney Drive is actually an affluent neighborhood; buildings that dominate this area are luxury...

Everyone in Taiwan knows that if you want to see the most vibrant night view, you must go to Shilin Night Market. Shilin Market Taiwan is also one of the most famous tourist destinations in Taiwan, and it is much recommended for travelers who visit this country. Located in the district with the same name, this colorful place is also the biggest night market in Taipei, Taiwan’s capital city. This market has everything, from food stalls to clothing and jewelry, from bars to video arcades, and from street side snacks to toys. This is also...

When visiting Indonesia, do not skip the opportunities to try its original foods. Indonesia is a country rich in cultural heritages, including traditional foods. Each of 33 provinces in Indonesia has its own specific food, but many of them have spread to other provinces and become famous in many areas. Forget fancy fine dining; it is time for you to hit simple local restaurants or cheap food stalls to get these unique foods. Sate Buntal Sate (satay) buntal is one of Bali’s unique dishes besides betutu chicken and suckling pig. The word...

Bali is famous for not only its beauty and culture but also its food. Many tourists that visit Bali probably know more about iconic places in Bali than its foods. While you may prefer to enjoy fine dining meal in fancy restaurant, there is nothing wrong with hunting for Bali’s iconic dishes in local restaurants and cheap food stalls. If you want to explore everything good about Bali, food is the thing you cannot skip. Bali’s Popular Food List Here are some of the most popular foods in Bali you can find in various establishments: Ayam...

Singapore is not only famous as a shopping and entertainment center, but also a food paradise. A melting pot of Malay, Chinese and Indian ethnicities, Singapore has rich food culture. It has been in the list of recommended countries to have culinary adventure in many travel magazines and websites for a long time. This time, let us show you 5 iconic Singaporean food and beverages (including really nice cocktail) that you can enjoy in a day, from morning until the evening. Singaporean Breakfast Set In a country rich in food culture, even...