Having just experienced the organised chaos of Ho Chi Minh and mostly unthouched Luang Prabang earlier this year, Hoi An, for all its old-world charm, was a refreshing place to swing by in.
Breakfast at Myeongdong Kyoja Restaurant 25-2, Myeong-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul 02-776-5348 http://www.mdkj.co.kr Running on bulgogi and other typical Korean dishes for two days already, we decided to shake things up a little and try this restaurant in Myeongdong that serves soups and dumplings. Lotsa people, both local and foreign, rave about Myeongdong Kyoja’s modest menu of only four options and its distinctive kimchi- and we were right to listen.
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Fresh fruits and veggies, delicatessens, meat and seafood markets, wines and craft beers, desserts of all shapes and sizes, food stalls offering treats from various parts of the globe, and a fancy cheese shop– Pasarbella would definitely make anybody who has an appetite go bonkers.
Malacca certainly isn’t for those who are looking to spend their holiday in shopping malls or boisterous nightclubs. Alternatively, it gives a change of pace to the daily grind and allows you to step back in time to appreciate the culture that had been transformed by its colonizers and refined by its settlers.