Climate change is making the world a different place. There are more floods, droughts, wildfires, heat waves and other extreme weather events. Animal species around the world are either shifting habitat locations or simply dying off. Even humans are migrating due to a warmer world. But there is one effect that will hit many of us right in the gut. Certain foods could disappear thanks to our changing climate.
When you think of Hong Kong, the first thing that comes up is usually a shopping paradise but actually it is also a food heaven! There is a variety of food choices from street food to Michelin-star restaurant that you’ll be spoilt for choices. Believe me, you will definitely unforgettable the foods you tried in Hong Kong! In this Hong Kong food guide, you’ll discover 12 dishes and snacks
1. Sigi’s Bar & Grill On The Beach The new Sigi’s Bar and Grill is a fun, family-style restaurant located right on Batu Feringgi beach. This casual, cozy restaurant boasts a selection of prime steaks, seafood, wood fire pizza, sandwiches, pastas and local Asian dishes. A children’s menu is also available. Enjoy the romantic dinner with your loved one while watching the sunset and blowing the cool sea breeze
Most of the Ipoh Lang are proud of their hometown – Ipoh, to be a food paradise. However, many other people commented that there are actually not much best foods to eat in Ipoh. Yet, Ipoh is not nothing much best foods, depends on how you explore it! Therefore, as I am an Ipoh Lang, I think should take the responsibility to introduce you the top best iconic Ipoh
Malacca is a rich city of diverse cultures and heritage, leading to it being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008. Malacca food is one of the main attractions as well as need of the tourists visiting Malacca. So, if you are heading to Malacca for a weekend of food and drink but have no ideas where to try the best local Malacca foods, here’s a list of
Penang is the food capital of South East Asia and is paradise for any foodie due to its diverse array of cuisines and flavors. You can find Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, Western and everything in between, all serving up unique twists on the classics, as well as more innovative fusion dishes. However, most of the people normally are introducing the foods in Georgetown but no other places such as Bayan Lepas.