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People travel the world for many reasons. It could be to gain new experience, see new places or learn about other cultures. For some, trying out traditional foods from all around the world is one of the main reasons that drive people to travel. For food travellers like us, it’s essential to know which destinations have the best foods to offer. After doing a few research, we’ve come up with a list of top destinations for food lovers.

Japan

Japan is known for serving the best and freshest sushi in the world! If you’re a big fan of sushi, then Japan should be on the top of your list. Apart from their traditional sushi, Japan also offers a variety of sushi selections that you’ve probably never heard of. We highly recommend visiting the local fish market for the best choices.

Ramens are served in restaurants and street vendors, and they have the best selections in Japan! Travelling to Japan would be a dream come true for anyone who’s a big fan of Japanese foods!

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Philippines

The Philippines is filled with many street food vendors who are serving all kinds of Filipino traditional meals. To start your street food journey, we recommend visiting Manila, where you can find lots of food markets and street foods sellers. If it’s your first time visiting the country, we recommend trying out a dish called “adobo” or “tapsilog”, which are both known to be one of their famous dishes.

While you’re in the Philippines, you could also visit one of their islands called Palawan. This place is another excellent destination for food travellers as they serve high-quality traditional foods. Not only do they have great food, but the Philippines is also known for having some of the best beaches in the world.

Switzerland

Switzerland is known for making the finest cheese and chocolates in the entire world. So if you’re a big fan of both, then it’s a great destination to explore. They have large factories for cheese and chocolates that are all open to everyone. For cheese lovers, we recommend taking the tour to the Maison du Gruyere.