10. Best Street Food Stalls and Restaurants in Penang Part 2

Let’s continue our insider top 10 of Penang street food favorites. 6 . Kafe Ping Hooi Many consider char koay teow to be Penang’s most famous street cuisine. It is regarded as must-eat cuisine in Penang and is one of just a few meals on this list that you should not miss. Char koay teow […]

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10. Best Street Food Stalls and Restaurants in Penang Part 1

When you need intel, you better ask a local, correct? My co-host on this post is a local and a foodie :Zel is a Malaysian songwriter and engineer from KL who lived and worked in Penang Island for more than 2 years. Passionate in food, animal conversation, travel, and music.I tried most of these foods […]

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REBLOG: Dragon Quest: Hunting for dragons in the mountains of Nikko

NIKKO Dragon hunting may not be the first thing one thinks of when visiting Nikko. But in fact, the hunting there is excellent, and anyone can do it, and it’s a great way further to enhance the delightful sightseeing of this stunning area. Dragons are mythical beasts that, curiously, are found in the myths and […]

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REBLOG:Eating in Japan- Omurice — blossomkitty.com

My first time in Japan I was really surprised restaurants were so specialized. Rather than having a selection of assorted dishes on their menu, most places specialize in one type of food. Often, they offer many different iterations, or variations on a theme (or flavor). One of my favorite types of places to eat is […] […]

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Kyoto Gozan Okuribi 京都五山送り火

Daimonji Yaki, also commonly known as Daimonji Gozan Okuribi, is a festival that forms part of the Obon celebrations in Kyoto. Enormous bonfires are set alight on five mountains in Kyoto in the shape of Chinese characters and other symbols to help guide our ancestors back to the spiritual world after Obon. It is believed […]

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