Spices of Indonesia
Cook up a classic Balinese storm on the laid-back beaches of of the east. Snorkel through coral gardens and whip up tasty traditional dishes in an open-air kitchen overlooking the sea. It’s a great way to slow the pace and get a sense of behind-the-scenes Bali, far beyond the buzz of the west.
Wines of Argentina
Get a taste of the good life in laid-back Mendoza, steeped in fine wine and sunshine. Cycle between wine bodegas against a backdrop of snowy peaks and sit back with a glass of local Malbec at a sidewalk café. With balmy temperatures and endless vineyards, it’s easy to fall under Mendoza’s spell.
Cuisine of China
Whip up authentic Chinese dishes during a cooking class in bohemian Dali, a picturesque old town with a decidedly laid-back vibe and friendly locals. Home of the minority Bai tribe, it’s caught between the mountains and Erlai Lake, creating a gorgeous backdrop for a classic culinary break.
Tagines of Morocco
Get lost in the labyrinth of the souks, breathe in the spice-filled air and try your hand at cooking local Moroccan dishes during this Marrakesh trip.
Delicacies of Malaysia
Penang is has a mixture of Chinese, Indian and Malay cultures, and is bursting at the seams with some seriously tasty street food. Hop on a bike for a tour of Georgetown, sample the delicacies of little India and amaze at the vibrant foodie landscape of this city.
Cheeses & Wines of South Africa
Find yourself in foodie heaven amidst the rolling vineyards of Franschhoek, a small French village with bags of atmosphere and beautiful views at every turn. Taste locals cheeses, wines, chocolates and olive oils, soak up the sweeping valley views and feel lost in a charming French daydream.
Curries of Sri Lanka
Get a real taste of Sri Lanka on a traditional homestay in Kandy as you learn to cook with the family at home in the curry kitchen. It’s a really authentic way of experiencing daily life and discovering the secrets of traditional Sri Lankan cuisine.
Treats of Thailand
As well as vast stretches of white sand and swaying coconut palms, Thailand is also famous for it’s cuisine. Take a cooking class of Ko Lanta and learn the art of spicy coconut curries or crispy spring rolls; it’s easy to find something truly mouth-watering.
Street Food of Vietnam
Scoot through Saigon on a vintage Vespa, searching for hidden street food hotspots. Zip through the backstreets after dark, sample tasty traditional snacks in the city and listen to local live music as you sip on a Vietnamese coffee. It’s a night tour and a foodie adventure rolled into one.
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