Interested in what’s cooking in our Asia?
From street food galore to fine-dining degustation, it’s the
smell and taste that matters the most.
The name says it all; from street food experiences to not-to-be-missed Michelin-starred fusion cuisine, Asian Trails’ Culinary Trails takes each visitor on a succulent tour of its diverse delights. Recognizing its huge variety of local dishes and with it, its history and cultural aspect is what defines in Asia. To get a full comprehension of Asia’s flavours, travel between regions and countries and taste the sometimes subtle differences that we have ‘cooked up’ for you.
WET YOUR TASTES BUDS WITH ASIAN TRAILS
The vast array of eateries – from the posh and fancy to the local street food stall around the corner – has made Bangkok a delectable place for the gastronomically-minded. The capital has gained its reputation for its culinary diversity for many years and new ventures to grasp a piece of the market still pop up left and right.
In collaboration with a trendsetter for discerned overnight stays in one of Laos’ most recognizable UNESCO towns, Asian Trails and Amantaka have joined hands in delivering something as authentic as its 30+ temples and monasteries itself, but with culinary aspects as the theme of these 4 days in Luang Prabang.
The culinary execution of the team behind the Manohra has resulted in not cutting corners when bringing forward the accents and delicacies of fine Thai cuisine. Its setting, a converted wooden rice barge with unparalleled views over the Chao Phraya while a team of attentive hosts almost paint your dining table with dishes from across all corners of the Kingdom.