Based in Würzburg, Germany we started to write this blog in 2014 after a long trip in Asia. We are food addicted and love to travel in Asia. We post our own experiences, pictures and recipes.

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The Temples of Angkor: Much more than Angkor Wat

The Temples of Angkor: Much more than Angkor Wat Last post: The Killing Fields of Phnom Penh (SEA 75) In all travel guides you can buy the temple area of… Read More

Thai Basil Chicken (Pad Kra-Prao Gai)

Thai Basil Chicken (Pad Kra-Prao Gai) Pad Kra-Prao or Thai Basil Chicken is one of the most popular dishes in Thailand. Why? Because it is super simple to make and… Read More

A must see place: The Killing Fields of Phnom Penh

A must see place: The Killing Fields of Phnom Penh Last post: Phnom Penh Highlights (SEA 74) I´m sitting on a bank under a tree with view to the memorial… Read More

Phnom Penh Highlights (SEA 74)

Phnom Penh Highlights (SEA 74) Last post: Street Food in Phnom Penh (SEA 73) Yesterday I had my street food day and today – my third day in Phnom Penh… Read More

Street Food in Phnom Penh (SEA 73)

Last post: The Tuol Sleng Museum in Phom Penh (SEA 72) After I got sick in Laos my stomach is 100 % ok today. So I started a walk to… Read More

Cruel history: The Tuol Sleng Museum in Phom Penh

Cruel history: The Tuol Sleng Museum in Phom Penh Last post: From Laos to Cambodia (SEA 71) Today I felt way better than yesterday. Me and my stomach are very… Read More

From Laos to Cambodia (SEA 71)

From Laos to Cambodia (SEA 71) Last post: Disgusting food on Don Det (SEA 70) It was hard to get out of the bed after a horrible night in the… Read More

Disgusting food on Don Det (SEA 70)

Disgusting food on Don Det (SEA 70) Last post: Don Det in Laos – A sin city for backpackers (SEA 69) I´ve been out to look for a traditional Laotian… Read More

Don Det in Laos – A sin city for backpackers (SEA 69)

Don Det in Laos – A sin city for backpackers (SEA 69) Last post: The 4000 islands of Laos (SEA 68) This morning a small motor boat brought us downstream… Read More

The 4000 islands of Laos (SEA 68)

The 4000 islands of Laos (SEA 68) Last post: From Vientiane to Don Khong (SEA 67) The prefect feeling of traveling isn’t on one of the temples or at one… Read More