Kuala Lumpur is a city that is steeped in culture and history. Over time, the capital of Malaysia has developed into a bustling metropolis, with a range of exciting attractions across the city. From modern shopping malls and hotels to street markets and hidden cafes, you’ll never be short of things to do in KL.… Read More 6 Must Visit Temples in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The 6-tiered Thean Hou Temple, located in Kuala Lumpur, is one of Southeast Asia’s largest and most beautiful temples. The temple is a fusion of three beliefs – Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. It is colorful and lies on top of Robson Hill, offering a spectacular view. The stunning edifice is also known as the Temple of the… Read More Thean Hou Temple, Kuala Lumpur
When the heat of the tropical city gets too much, Singaporeans often head straight for their nearest hawker center or market. Here, you’ll find a cornucopia of cheap food and drinks, perfect for cooling off on a humid day. This explosion of street food is a relatively new phenomenon. Just 40 years ago, hawkers in… Read More Top 8 Singapore street food
Zhujiajiao Water Town is roughly 50 kilometers from Shanghai’s Bund.If you have a limited time, Zhujiajiao is the finest and second closest option for experiencing such historical villages nearby Shanghai. Similar to Venice in Italy, you can find several well-preserved bridges and boat rides. Top Activities in Zhujiajiao Water Town Zhujiajiao Zhujiajiao is a township… Read More Zhujiajiao Water Town
Nomura-ke Samurai Residence is a beautiful, old villa that belonged to the Nomura samurai family. The property, located in the historic Nagamachi samurai district in Kanazawa, has a stunning viewing garden, a tea house with a garden view, and a museum displaying artifacts from the Nomura family. It is a unique opportunity to have a… Read More Nomura-ke Samurai teien in Kanazawa.
Hakone Shrine (箱根神社, Hakone Jinja) stands at the foot of Mount Hakone along the shores of Lake Ashinoko. The shrine buildings are hidden in the dense forest but are well advertised by their massive torii gates, one standing prominently in the lake and two others over the main street of Moto-Hakone.
Taiwan is a small island, but its street food culture is big! If you’re familiar with Chinese food, you’ll find plenty of that here. But street vendors and hawkers all over Taiwan specialize in local dishes you won’t find anywhere else. In other words: You need to eat your way through this country as quickly… Read More Taiwan’s street food
Kyoto’s Kitchen—thriving for 400 years. Nishiki Market today differs from its origins as an open-air fish market 400 years ago. Nishiki Market has an astonishing 130 vendors packed into a narrow passageway approximately 400 meters long and 3.9 meters wide. It continues to thrive, attracting not only visitors but Kyoto locals too. How to Get… Read More Nishiki Market 錦市場
There are so many things to eat on the streets of Beijing that it’s almost intimidating for a newbie. If you ask any ex-pat in Beijing about street food, you will get a similar answer: If you want to eat well for dirt cheap in this city, you must go to the streets. Where do you start?… Read More Beijing, street food paradise
Whether you’ve just arrived or are a local, chances are you’ll discover new things about Hong Kong. One of the many things we loved was their delicious food! From the street hawker to fine dining, there is much to experience and explore when it comes to eating in this city. From local delicacies to international… Read More 10 Must Eat Hong Kong Foods