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Jiminy! Edible roasted cricket snacks made by Malaysian company Ento

Malaysian company Ento makes eco-friendly edible roasted crickets that are also completely local and require far less feed and land than commercial livestock.

Malaysia

Here are the world's Top 10 best cities you can visit

A Time Out reader survey reveals the world's best cities that people wish to visit in 2019. Editors crunched the numbers and also considered the opinions of local experts to come up with the ranking.

Asia & Oceania

Top 6 spots to enjoy Songkran in Thailand

When it comes to best-known Thai events, Songkran wins hands down. Marking the Thai New Year, this festival runs from Apr 13-15, with celebrations in some places lasting a week!

TV

'Kim Possible' star Erika Tham talks about her Malaysian roots

Canadian actress Erika Tham talks about her role as Bonnie in the 2019 'Kim Possible' live-action movie. She also touches on her Malaysian roots and her love for Penang asam laksa.

Food News

Nasi lemak named one of the best traditional dishes in the world

Breakfast staple nasi lemak recently made it into food site TasteAtlas's top 100 traditional dishes in the world, alongside other entries like peri-peri chicken and sushi.

Asia & Oceania

Charms of China

There are so many things to discover in China, with each province offering its very own charms and experiences to the budding- and seasoned-traveller alike. This makes the country a great draw for both leisure and business activities.

Europe

Food experiences for travellers who are always hungry

There is a lot you can learn about a country or destination, its history, people and culture from local cuisines. Let us know what your top food experiences from around the world are, or what you would like to try.

Asia & Oceania

US travellers chose to visit more secondary cities this year

Based on an Expedia survey, US travellers this year sought out secondary cities and avoided highly popular big destinations, in wake of overtourism. Will this trend continue in 2019?