Foods and Drinks

Foods and Drinks

foods and drinks in Asia

Tapioca dumplings

Tapioca is a simple yet very delicious snack food of Hue people. Despite the ingredients are ubiquitous, the taste is unique and quintessential that offers a bursting flavor.
yam nua

Overview Thai food is dizzying but if you just pass through and want to pick up quintessential piece, you shouldn’t miss out on Yam Nua....
Vietnamese chicken rice

Chicken rice is a bowl of everything! Enjoy tender slices of chicken meat and Vietnamese rice brilliantly mixed with sprout beans, black pepper, chili...
Hue fig salad

Inspired by food recipes in royalty, Hue cuisine is renowned for its integrity of flavor and exquisite combination of ingredients. Hue cuisine has been...
Stuffed tofu

Pork-stuffed fried tofu with tomato sauce is a popular Vietnamese dish which is perfect for dinner or lunch. It’s a plain food but it...
Thai Foods

Bangkok and Chiang Mai are the country’s big culinary centers, boasting the cream of gourmet Thai restaurants and the best international cuisines. The rest...
Bumbu Bali

A good place for Balinese food in the heart of Ubud. The menu features dishes such as lawar (green bean salad), ayam pelalah (spicy...
Laos Food

The cheapest and easiest way to sample Laos food is from the stalls in the markets – as long as the food is fresh...
Vietnamese Sour Pho Noodle (Phở Chua)

Vietnamese Sour Pho Noodle (Phở Chua) is a cool dish which is interested in summer and winter. This Vietnamese Food Pho was only cooked in...
Cambodia's Food

While not the strongest link in South East Asia’s chain of delightful cuisine, Khmer food is tasty and cheap and better than Burmese. Rice...

When the Kowloon Shangri-La opened in 1981, Tsim Sha Tsui East was an outpost requiring plenty of bling to lure in the five-star punters.

Whenever you travel to Sapa in the year, it is simple to find endless Sapa vacation ideas for any season. Here’re top things you can try when in Sapa.

Luxury hotels are shooting up in Shanghai quicker than bamboo and the classy low-key St. Regis is among the most inviting of the newcomers, with a tip-top location in downtown Jing An, elegant city view rooms, and excellent restaurants and leisure facilities.

The 41st-floor swimming pool here, surrounded by views of Shanghai’s skyscraper-saturated financial district, is perhaps worth the visit alone.