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Street Eats

In South Korea, Japan, Taipei, Singapore, Bali and India, street eats bring a mix of sweet, savory and spicy flavors -- sometimes all in one dish! From crispy pigskin to octopus to grilled buffalo, it's a ...

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Lao Pasat

Every night at 7 in the business district of downtown Singapore, food vendors are allowed to set up and sell their eats at this last government-sanctioned open-air food fest.

19 Raffles Quay (S) 048582
Singapore

 
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Maxwell Hawker Center

Maxwell Hawker Center is one of the oldest Chinatowns in the world.

11 S Bridge Rd
Singapore 058656

 
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Ningxia Night Market

Ningxia is a night market in the center of downtown packed with stalls selling a variety of foods, such as oyster omelets and milky fish ball soup.

Ningxia Rd & Minsheng W Rd
Datong District
Taipei, Taiwan

 
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Nishiki Market

Nishiki, also called The Kitchen of Kyoto, is a multi-block covered market that has existed for over 700 years.

Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
Kyoto, Japan

 
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Old Airport Food Center

One of the oldest and most popular hawker centers, Old Airport Food Center serves a variety of food and has been in business for over 40 years.

Block 51
Old Airport Road
Singapore

 
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Penjeng Senggol Market

The Penjeng Senggol food market just outside the town of Ubud offers comfort foods and refreshing drinks, like the drink made from the mashed leaves of the local frangipani plant, served with coconut milk and palm sugar.

Jalan Ngurah Rai, 80511 Gianyar
Bali, Indonesia

 
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Shilin Night Market

Shilin is an underground night market that features over 435 food vendors and is popular with tourists.

MRT Jiantan Station
Shilin District
Taipei, Taiwan

 
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“Covered Wagons” in Myeondong

In the classy upscale shopping area of Meyeondong, street stands, or “covered wagons,” sell a variety of foods.

Seoul-si Jung-gu Namdaemun-ro 81
Seoul, South Korea

 

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