The national snack krupuk, crispy shrimp crackers, typically generate a thirst for some sort of liquid refreshment. Indonesia’s award-winning national beer brand, Bintang, is an excellent choice.
For travelers who want to sample local snacks, Yangon’s 19th Street in Chinatown is the place to go. Street vendors are always nearby selling their snacks while locals and foreigners alike are washing them down with glasses of local Myanmar beer.
A visit to one of the numerous snack restaurants serving the Vietnamese version of tapas opens a window to a remarkable experience combining both food and drink. While wandering along Ho Chi Minh City’s narrow streets, if you look closely at the trendy and crowded street food “restaurants” you will notice the low key bamboo […]
It goes without saying that whenever one visits another culture, country or continent, foods and eating habits are one of the first noticeable differences. Khiri Travel Laos is a strong advocate of showing visitors the character of the ‘real Lao life’
Your travelers to Chiang Mai should plan to spend some time in the Chinatown district, and the best place to start is Kad Luang, traditionally called Kad Ton Lamyai, or today known as Warorot Market. The market is named after Inthawarorot, one of the last royal rulers of Chiang Mai and the Lanna Kingdom. Local […]
Vietnam has a well-known and well-deserved reputation for exquisite cuisine. Their traditional dishes are unique in flavor and freshness and surprising in variety. When it comes to local alcohol and snack foods, travelers to Vietnam
Indonesia has thousands of islands. Local snack outlets, found almost everywhere, are just as numerous. From the food stall on the side of the road
Like many parts of Southeast Asia, snacking in Cambodia is an essential part of daily life, filling those empty moments in between mealtimes.
It gets hot in Cambodia, so your travelers are going to need a drink. After a day of hardcore sightseeing and temple exploration, nothing beats a rest with a refreshing drink.
One seasonal specialty in Laos is edible insects. Travelers to the country may encounter restaurants serving insect dishes such as steamed fish amok with crickets, grasshoppers with lemongrass, bamboo worms