Archive for September, 2010

Vietnamese Noodle Treats

September 29, 2010  

Vietnamese Noodle Treats

The famed Vietnamese Pho is without a doubt an excellent dish – succulent thin slices of beef dumped with fresh herbs in a stock of tasty broth. It’s no wonder travelers to Vietnam would often go searching for the ultimate pho. But the country’s noodle treats is more than just that, and travelers would often miss out on Vietnam’s other noodle treats. Here are a few of the best Vietnamese noodles, for the adventurous gourmand. Photo credit - avlxyz Hu Tieu Nam... [Read more of this review]

Touring Yogyakarta – Old City

September 28, 2010  

Touring Yogyakarta – Old City

Yogyakarta is a mixture and combination of various cultural influences, from the historic colonial era to the mystical influences of Sultans and temples of old, this old city has them all. As you explore the cultural and social diversity and daily life, take time to visit historic sites and go museum-hopping, this is a city that is sure to charm history buffs and culture vultures alike! Photo credit - Java Tourism Hustle and Bustle of Malioboro Tourists in Yogyakarta... [Read more of this review]

Oriental Winters

September 20, 2010  

Oriental Winters

Winter beckons! White, powdery snow; cool frosty air; and the cheer of Christmas. But here in Asia the celebration of winter is uniquely different, one that we are going to unearth in this issue of Unearthing Asia – the magic of Oriental Winters. Download PDF     Browse Online     Subscribe Now!     Past Issues In this issue + Japan + China + Taiwan + Truly Malaysian Spa + Urban Living – Singapore + Siem Reap Top Attractions +... [Read more of this review]

Korean Festival Showcase

September 4, 2010  

Korean Festival Showcase

The Land of Ginseng is one that thoroughly understands the importance of preserving its rich history and culture. As such, numerous festivals are held throughout Korea each year to showcase the beauty of the country and to foster an understanding of its rich history and culture. Some of these festivals have become tourists attractions on their own, and are definitely worth planning your trip around. Photo credit - Stinki Pinkie Infinity Boryeong Mud Festival July,... [Read more of this review]

Jakarta Capital Treats

September 2, 2010  

Jakarta Capital Treats

Many travelers treat Jakarta simply as a stopover spot on their way to Bali’s island paradise. But this metropolitan capital to Indonesia certainly deserves more than a day or two,especially if you’re wanting to try all of the delightful eateries that add glam, glitz and style to the Big Durian. Sampled here are some of the capital’s best gourmet offerings, from international to local delights alike! Social House This laid-back lounge style restaurant/bar is... [Read more of this review]