Asia is home to many delicious cuisines that are begging to be discovered, tasted, savored, and enjoyed. From Indian cuisines to Thai dishes and street food treats, here are some of the best Asian food cities that should be on your list of places to visit.

Bangkok, Thailand
Phat Thai
Top culinary attractions: Street food is easily one of the things often associated with Bangkok. But the city’s culinary offerings go beyond its popular street food hubs. From high-end gourmet restaurants to hole-in-the wall eateries, there are many dining options for a delicious Thai cuisine experience.

Delhi, India
chole bhature
Top culinary attractions: India has a high concentration of food cities that picking one place to go would be a challenge in itself. But if you have to start somewhere, the capital Delhi would be a great choice. The city offers a wide range of Indian cuisines and is home some of the country’s great tasting papri chaat and chole bhature.

Hong Kong, China
dim sum
Top culinary attractions: Hong Kong’s famous traditional dim sum and egg tarts barely scratch the surface of the scope of culinary offerings the city has to offer. There is no dearth of authentic Chinese dishes to choose from. From street foods to gourmet dishes in high end restaurants, the city is one place you should not leave without discovering some of its many food trails.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Nasi Lemak
Top culinary attractions: With its multi-cultural cuisines, Kuala Lumpur often lands on many foodie travelers’ list. You can find the best tasting Chinese, Indian, and Malay dishes for cheap at street food hubs and wide range restaurants across the city

Tokyo, Japan
Top culinary attractions: Tokyo is not only home to the world-renowned Tsukiji Market and several Michelin rated restaurants. It is also a foodie dreamland for its Japanese cuisines and a wide array of interesting treats. From the freshest sushis in places like the food stalls at Tsukiji Market to the mindboggling array of Japanese Kit Kats you can find and so much more in between, food is indeed deeply embedded in the Tokyo travel experience.