Roti is Cambodia street food that is originated from India. Well, a bit surprising for us because the word Roti itself is a word in Indonesia vocabulary and we always think it's native Indonesian word. Turns out the name originated from India. What it really is?
Another unique thing traveller must try in Otaru is 7-Layer Rainbow Ice Cream! Winter season can't stop me from trying this famous ice cream :p
We spent 2 nights at Mui Ne. Read more about places to visit in Mui Ne here. Well, Mui Ne is a small town near beach, 5 hours by bus from Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). And, that's the only public transportation which'll bring you there : the bus. Yep, there isn't any airport at Mui Ne, letalone train. As we've said before, finding halal foods in small and rural places even more challenging than it is in big city. So, among all of places we visited at Vietnam (HCMC, Mui Ne, Da Lat)... eating at Mui Ne was the toughest.
Feeling exhausted after walking/shopping around the lively Orchard Road of Singapore? Well, take a rest while sitting and watching the street performers do their attractions. How about eating something to chill your mind out? There is a street food famously attached with Orchard Road, the ice cream! Well, do not overthink it. Of course it won't... Continue Reading →
There aren't many halal restaurants in Da Lat. We found one by searching through Google, the name is Hoa Sen. Google said that it serves Vegan and Vegetarian Cuisine (vegan thing is safer for us than merely just vegetarian). Moreover, we found that the restaurant is reviewed good by many people on Trip Advisor and become... Continue Reading →
Kota Kinabalu is the capital city of Sabah State, Malaysia. Finding halal food is not hard indeed. Be relax, but not careless. Some stalls hire hijabi employers so you think they sell halal foods, but in fact it's not. Observe the menu well. Ask people. Etc. We were informed by our guesthouse receptionist about that... Continue Reading →