Epic landscapes, rolling mountains & massive lakes are all highlights of central Asia. Southeast Asia is a top pick for diving, surfing, sun-bathing, amazing food and cultural immersion. Good food is like a religion all over Asia – it doesn’t get much better than this. Did we mention that it’s super affordable too? Travel here will leave you mesmerized by impressive architecture, beautiful minarets, ancient cities, and hospitable locals.
There are so many reasons to visit any one of these wonderful countries. The question now becomes: which one should you choose first?
Between Iraq and Saudi Arabia, Kuwait is renowned for its modern architecture, luxurious shopping malls, and vibrant culinary scene, offering a blend of traditional Arab cuisine and international flavours.
Welcome to the charming city of Hoi An, one of the most popular places to visit on any trip to Vietnam. Many visitors are attracted to this destination for its enchanting blend of history, culture, and beauty. From the UNESCO World Heritage site and ancient town to its stunning beaches and vibrant markets, it will leave you captivated by its charm.
In addition, many Hoi An restaurants serve some of the best food you will taste in the country.
Whenever I get the chance to return to Turkey, I begin to plan which foods in Turkey I’d like to eat first. It often starts with freshly baked borek, sizzling spiced meats, lahmacun, tasty meze, and delicious desserts.
Turkish food is exciting, packed with flavour, and incredibly diverse.
Welcome to the delicious coastal city of Da Nang (or Danang). Many visitors flock to Danang for the endless stretch of white beaches, the sun, and the holiday vibes. Not only does this city have this to offer visitors; the culinary scene here is thriving too!
Yes, you can find decent food around the city, but if you want to eat some of the best Vietnamese food while you’re here, then my list of the best Danang Vietnam restaurants is made just for you.
The Ha Giang Loop is a scenic motorcycle route in the northernmost province of Vietnam, Ha Giang. It takes riders through rugged mountains, terraced rice fields, and remote villages of ethnic minority groups (Hmong, Tay, Dao, and Lo Lo to name just a few).
The loop is approximately 350 kilometres long and usually takes around three to four days to complete. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, challenging roads, and unique cultural experiences.