La Portugalia – Bangkok’s Place For Portuguese Cuisine!

Portugal and Thailand have a relationship that’s spanned over 500 years. Yet surprisingly Portuguese cuisine has been strangely absent from the food scene landscape. But that has now changed. Now Bangkok foodies can enjoy delicious Portuguese Cuisine at La Portugalia (official Facebook page). They opened in October, 2017 and they are currently the only Portuguese restaurant in Bangkok. Continue reading “La Portugalia – Bangkok’s Place For Portuguese Cuisine!”

Georgetown, Malaysia – Penang’s Center for Food & Art!

Brother & Sister On Swing Penang

In just one visit, Georgetown, Malaysia has become one of my favorite destinations for a quick getaway from Bangkok. This UNESCO Historic City of the Straits of Malacca is also a paradise for foodies, art enthusiasts, and fans of architecture due to its influence of various ethnicities and religions.

With this article I hope to share 6 great places to eat, 4 great things to do, and 1 cool place to stay. Continue reading “Georgetown, Malaysia – Penang’s Center for Food & Art!”

Himeji Castle – A Must See Japan Treasure!

Himeji Castle

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Himeji Castle is Japan’s largest and most visited castle.  It’s also known as Hakuro-jō or Shirasagi-jō (“White Egret Castle” or “White Heron Castle”) because of its brilliant white exterior which can be seen gleaming in the distance. This Japanese historical treasure is a must see attraction that’s an easy day trip when visiting Osaka or Kyoto.

This article provides some information about the castle, some handy tips when visiting, and to make sure you do it right, a great recommendation for a family run Udon noodle restaurant to satisfy your appetite! Continue reading “Himeji Castle – A Must See Japan Treasure!”

Viet-Hue Kitchen – Wallet Friendly Vietnamese Dining!

Viet-Hue Kitchen

I enjoy Vietnamese cuisine but have found it tough to find a place in Bangkok that offers authentic dishes that don’t also break the bank. It’s not uncommon to pay over 200 baht for a bowl of phở or a simple bánh mì sandwich–and it’s not unusual to be disappointed with what you receive. But the challenge of finding real Vietnamese food and wallet friendly prices here in Bangkok disappeared for me when I discovered Viet-Hue Kitchen (official Facebook page). Continue reading “Viet-Hue Kitchen – Wallet Friendly Vietnamese Dining!”