Entries by Fauzan Anandika

Malaysia – Manuk Pansoh

When visiting Malaysia, you can go to the Sarawak Chamber, the world’s largest underground cave chamber. As a part of the Southeast Asia region, some Malaysian dishes use bamboo for cooking their meal. Manuk Pansoh is one of them.

Indonesia – Eungkot Keumamah

Aceh, the Easternmost province in Indonesia, has a unique culinary history. Influenced by Hinduism that brought by the Indian trader, fused the local. For those who love to eat fish, Eungkot Keumamah is the best choice.

Indonesia – Gangan Paliat

South Borneo has become one of the world’s lungs with its vast forest. South Borneo’s capital city, Banjarmasin, knows for its river tourism. Banjarmasin city is also known for its freshwater fish dish. They cook it into various kinds of food, Gangan Paliat is one of them.

Myanmar – Mont Di

For many centuries women in the Padaung tribe prettify their necks using brass rings. Despite their unique tradition, Myanmar also has many delicious dishes that need to taste when visiting Myanmar. Myanmar people also eat noodles as their main staple. One of the noodle dishes is Mont Di. Some tourists acknowledge it as a fast-food even it was a traditional food because it served quickly.

Thailand – Pad Kra Pao Gai

In Thailand, they have a ghost festival named Phi Ta Khon. The background of this festival comes from their ancestor belief. During the festival, tourists could find many Thai street foods near the parade route. Pad Kra Pao Gai is one of them.

Malaysia – Nasi Kerabu

In Southeast Asia, Malaysia becomes the only MotoGP organizer, also serves all the MotoGP supporters with their culture, hospitality, and culinary. Malaysian food use rice as their base. Nasi Kerabu is one of them.

Vietnam – Banh Cuon

Vietnamese people eat rice as their main staple, so when visiting Vietnam, you will taste various kinds of rice noodles, rice paper, or dumplings. One of the best rice dumplings in Vietnam is Banh Cuon, a fermented rice mixture dumpling filled with grounded pork, mushroom, and minced shallot.

Indonesia – Tinoransak

Bunaken was discovered in 1975, and up until now become one of the tourist destinations in Manado city, North Sulawesi. Manado city has also various delicious food with a rich spice and herb taste. One of the popular dishes is Tinoransak. A traditional dish serves in every cultural ceremony.

Thailand – Kaeng Phet

Despite their rough martial art, Thailand people have a lot of delicious food that could attract tourists. As a part of Southeast Asia, they are known for their spice and rich taste of food. Kaeng Phet is one of them. They use a traditional curry spice named prik gaeng ped made from fresh ingredient ground using mortar and pestle.

Vietnam – Ca Kho To

Tet festival is an event for celebrating the Vietnamese new year at the beginning of the spring season. As a host, they will serve you with their authentically delicious food for the guest. Vietnamese dishes use various spices and herbs to create a rich taste in their food. Like one of their dish called Ca Kho To.