The story of Vietnamese egg coffee is an interesting one. Apparently it was created in around 1940 when Vietnam was separated into the North and the South. Coffee with condensed milk was popular in the south, but the poorer residents in the north couldn’t afford to buy it, so they used egg yolks with sugar in their coffee instead. It’s very unique and well worth a try.
Below is a list of a few handy things I learned while staying in Malaysia, including how to interpret a drink menu, where to find cheap drinking water, what economy rice is, and how to find the cheapest accommodation.
It was coming to the end of our stay in Pantai Cenang, Langkawi, and we only had 100 MYR left (about $24 US). So, we decided to set ourselves the challenge to make the 100 MYR last for the two of us for three days for food and drinks.
One amazing thing about Penang is the awesome hawker stalls. The longer we spent there, the more we kept discovering. Here’s my list of our favorite places to find food, and what hours we found them to be open.
One of the best things about visiting Penang is the amazing mix of cultural cuisines and at extremely affordable prices. It’s just a foodie heaven! Below is a short list of some dishes that made our top 10 list, and then a few notable mentions.