Opened in 1916 and having elements of iron frames, granite floor and a wooden roof, Madrid’s San Miguel market was considered modern back then. Fast forward to 2019, it is the last remaining iron market hall in the city. The market is also one of the most popular markets in the city, with throngs of tourists flocking to it to enjoy a wide variety of … Continue reading What to Eat at Mercado de San Miguel
Another market that tourists flock to in Kaohsiung is Liuhe Night Market, a few minutes walk from Formosa Boulevard Station Exit 11. Since it is termed as a tourist night market, the prices here are also marked up as compared to a few of the other night markets in Kaohsiung. Prices can be double that of say, Rui Feng Night Market. In any case, here’s … Continue reading What to Eat at Liuhe Night Market
In this day and age, the term “night markets” is almost synonymous with Taiwan. One simply cannot go to Taiwan and not go to any night markets at all. Several cities in Taiwan are brimming with night markets and Kaohsiung is no different. One of the more famous night market in the port city of Southern Taiwan is the Rui Feng Night Market. Located a … Continue reading What to Eat at Rui Feng Night Market
Situated along Jalan Pudu in Kuala Lumpur, A • Toast Breakfast & Juice Bar is not a restaurant that is extremely visible from the main road. In fact, my grab driver drove past it and had to u-turn and proceed at a very slow speed before I caught sight of this slightly hidden breakfast restaurant just under a bridge. Make sure you keep your eyes … Continue reading A • Toast Breakfast & Juice Bar – Hearty Sandwiches at Affordable Prices in KL!
If it is your first time to Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Alor would be one of the places that is inevitably on your itinerary, given the variety of local delights that are present here. Even though a Grab driver shared that locals certainly wouldn’t visit Jalan Alor and that the prices are higher than before, I popped by the street to check out the variety of … Continue reading What to Eat at Jalan Alor Food Street
Nestled along North Bridge road, the pastel blue and pink exteriors of a shop is likely to stop you in your steps, make you scan through the menu right at the door, and stare with your widened eyes at the strips of pastas drying right behind the exteriors. That’s it. You are now at Tipo Pasta Bar, otherwise known as a halal Italian restaurant serving … Continue reading Tipo Pasta Bar – Handmade Pastas at Affordable Prices!
Petai, otherwise known as stink bean or bitter bean, or in Chinese as 臭豆, is notorious for its strong, overpowering smell which some might link to methane gas, which we are all too familiar with! xD But jokes aside, if you are able to overlook their smell of these beans and try them, there are plenty of benefits! For one, it lowers the risk of … Continue reading Petai King – First of its Kind in Singapore!