To get a truly rounded impression of a destination, the best way to start is by sampling the local cuisine.
Street food is a portal to a world of culinary heritage, so says Netflix’s new documentary series Streetfood, a fascinating look at the culinary talents of street vendors across Asia and the importance of street food.
If you’re visiting one of Vietnam’s key travel hubs this year, Khiri Travel has some exciting alternative tours that take you off the well-trodden tourist trials to explore colorful local life, architecture and cuisine.
Travel Writer Meg Sine blogs about a trip to Ho Chi Minh City, where she says finding the choicest street food is best done by motorbike, allowing you to beat the traffic and savor more for your time.
Homegrown Hanoi lifestyles are the inspiration for this signature tour of traditional highlights of the city’s Old Quarter sure to please your palate.
While the perception is that a visit to Mogok near Mandalay is only about gem stone mining, a new Khiri Travel experience offers a very different take.
Sample the sights, smells and street foods of Bangkok’s Chinatown. Stroll along past the vendors in the narrow lanes of the old part of Thailand’s capital.
Arguably the best way to explore the culture of a country is through its cuisine. Hue city, the old capital of Vietnam, has a memorable variety of succulent local dishes.
As the city goes mad around him, Ryan van Velzer savours harmonious moments with some of the most seductive street food in Asia…What do you want from Hanoi? Baguettes? Spring rolls? Soups? Meat grilled on sticks?