Expedia trip tips: The best vacation hot spots for foodies
By Aimee Heckel
Foodies know how to enjoy the process of preparing a meal, as well as the details of the food itself. With an appreciation of the journey, as well as the destination, it’s no wonder that some of the most exciting vacation packages out there are foodie-centric.
Here are some of Expedia’s best vacation ideas for foodies right now. Prepare to feel a grumble in your tummy and twitching of your traveling shoes.
1. Try something new — and authentic on the Orange County (Vietnamese) Culinary Adventure. Orange County, Calif. is home to a large, established Vietnamese community, Little Saigon. Explore new flavors at the Vietnamese supermarket. Then indulge in authentic Vietnamese spring rolls and a bowl of pho.
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2. Eat your way through Vegas. You can find a wide variety of price ranges and food styles on the Strip, but one of the foodie faves is the Wynn. Try the SW Steakhouse, Expedia writers recommend. The Wynn aims to offer the best of everything, including world-class dining. In fact, Wynn and Encore have more Forbes four-star restaurants than any other resort in North America.
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3. Taste Hawaii on an Expedia foodie tour. This half-day tour will bring your taste buds to Honolulu’s most delicious local specialties. Hawaii is a cultural melting pot, so you might be surprised what you will find in this “hole in the wall,” behind-the-scenes tour. from Hong Kong-style BBQ to tropical fruits, there’s something for every taste bud here.
4. Feeling adventurous? Sign up for a unique Secret Foodie event in Sydney. Buy your tickets in advance — but without knowing where you’ll be eating or who else will be there. You won’t find out until two hours in advance, via a text or email. Part of the dress code: a mask for each diner, to add to the theme.
You can find a Secret Foodie event one to two times a month. These sell out quickly, so sign up for the newsletter and book quickly.
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