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The Hilltop at Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand

So, we just got back from Krabi, Thailand and there is this restaurant that I need to introduce to you! The fabulous place is called The Hilltop because it is situated on the highest hill on Ao Nang area, overlooking the beach town, sea and horizon. We found out about

Eating Malaysia: The Unique Food of Kedah

Laksa Kedah Picture credit: www.hungrygowhere.my  Laksa Kedah or laksa utara (northern laksa) is a dish of rice noodles in a fish-based asam-flavoured gravy, garnished with cucumber and onions, and fragranced with herbs like daun kesum (polygonum). The dominating sour asam (tamarind) notes and the sweetness of the fish differentiates this laksa from

The 9 Different Must Try Laksa in Malaysia

Laksa is one of the most popular dishes in Malaysia. Besides Malaysian favourite dishes like Nasi Lemak and Char Kuey Teow, Laksa is a noodle dish that is irresistible after the first bite. The uniqueness of Laksa – the sour, spicy, slightly sweet taste – is what makes this fish-based

Big Tree Head 大樹頭 Mamak at Kepong

The Big Tree Head Mamak Stall (大樹頭 Mamak) was voted by many Malaysian food bloggers to have one of the best crispy fried chicken and nasi lemak in Kuala Lumpur. This mamak stall is well-known to all Kepong residents and being Kepong people ourselves, we have frequented this place many times,

Ulu Yam Mee House at Kepong

If you are looking for the best loh mee in Kepong, look no further because the best is in Kepong Baru. Ulu Yam Mee House (吁噜音面家饭店) offers not your typical loh mee, but like in its name, it offers Ulu Yam loh mee (or simply Ulu Yam mee for some).

Shilin Night Market in Taipei, Taiwan

Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) is the largest and most famous night market in Taiwan. Not only it is popular among the locals, Shilin Night Market is also a must-visit Taipei attraction for oversea travellers during their visit to Taipei. The Night Market showcases Taiwan’s culture through its vivid colours and

Night Markets in Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi’s night markets, locally known as pasar malam, is a lively affair that is held every day of the week, at different locations. Local vendors will set u makeshift stalls along the road and sells all kinds of local food and items from 5:00pm until 10:00pm. These markets offer a wide-ranging

Raohe Street Night Market in Taipei, Taiwan

A must-visit destination in Taipei is the Raohe Street Night Market (饒河街觀光夜市), one of the oldest and most popular night markets in the capital city. Raohe Night Market has a homely, friendly and welcoming atmosphere to it, but compared to Shilin Night Market which is bigger and more famous, this

Naughty Nuri’s at Desa Sri Hartamas

Anyone who has been to Bali will be no stranger to Naughty Nuri’s succulent pork ribs. Famous for their “wicked ribs” and “brutal martinis”, Naughty Nuri’s signature pork ribs is indeed one of the best I’ve eaten. The ribs are specially marinated with Balinese spice and char grilled to perfection with

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