This has to be the longest food marathon in history! Together, a couple sold their house and quit their jobs to fill their stomachs with at least 540 meals while traveling the world.

I stumbled upon their little travel blog while surfing the net and as a food junkie myself I was inspired and also got a rumbly in my tumbly! Starting in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam & Cambodia they’ll move through Southeast Asia to unravel the best restaurants, street food vendors, food courts, and other places to get some grub and then follow their nose to the next part of the world.

From Jack Johnsons favourite Banana Pancakes to classic Som Tum papaya salad. The flavours range from spicy, sour, sweet, neutral, fishy, meaty, salty, bitter, tart and all more kinds of herbal combinations. I wonder how much they’ll gain… 10, 20, 30 kilo’s? Ouch, but looks like it’s worth it!

Also a food lover like I am? Or going to Asia and want some good food tips? I know you’ll find it here! These are just a few of the meals they devoured. I copied some of the text and description from their site but more details are found there!
Nom nom slurp slurp gulp gulp nibble nibble bite bite.

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Seminyak, Bali (Indonesia)

In Seminyak, Bali this was a small organic restaurant and they had soy milk: yeah! This was a toast with smushed avocado and salsa.

Seminyak, Bali (Indonesia)

In Grocer & Grind in Seminyak they ordered a tasteful plate of mixed stuff.

Seminyak, Bali (Indonesia)

Restaurant Mimpi in Seminyak, this was their best place to eat in Bali!

Seminyak, Bali (Indonesia)

In Seminyak, Bali this was a small organic restaurant with falafel and hummus.

Seminyak, Bali (Indonesia)

At Grocer & Grind they ordered a mixed plate with garlic bread and hummus, tzatziki, feta and sun dried tomatoes. Drool Drool!

Canggu, Bali (Indonesia)

Canteen is opened in the morning and afternoon, at night closed so be there on time. This was a healthy salad with feta. The place had awesome surfboards on the ceiling and old barrels to give it an industrial feeling.

Canggu, Bali (Indonesia)

In restaurant Betelnut in Canggu they had breakfast and lunch here and this is a plate with pink dragonfruit yoghurt called Naga Bowl.

Canggu, Bali (Indonesia)

Apparently another hipster place called Koi in Canggu has fresh meals everyday. Fresh baked tuna, beetroot and potato salad, Caesar salads and couscous. Yummy in the tummy!

Ubud, Bali (Indonesia)

Order sweet black rice pudding in the morning to get the day started. This one was taken in Casa Luna.

Ubud, Bali (Indonesia)

Warung Bernadette: They had the best Beef Rendang here and it’s making me jealous to the bone! The beef was cooked 12 hours long and was really yumsters. Definitely a must when in Ubud! Plus the pic is awesome!

Nusa Lembongan, Bali (Indonesia)

In Bali Eco Deli: Order the ‘Morning Dates Packed Smoothie’ for 34,000 rupiah and the ‘Bulgur Tabbouleh Salad’ for 43,000 rupiah both found in the picture here. Get a slice of yummy in the tummy home made banana bread as well! A healthy and also environmental friendly place to be!

Nusa Lembongan, Bali (Indonesia)

Yummy yummy my oh my! Warung Putu is the place to be for delicious caramelized chicken and the best food (45,000 rupiah)!

Nusa Lembongan, Bali (Indonesia)

A fresh sweet coconut with Caeser Salad, Asia meets America. Find this place and an incredible view at The Deck.

Bali, Indonesia

Wasn’t exactly clear where this picture was taken only that it was in Bali.

Sidemen, Bali (Indonesia)

In restaurant Joglo D’Uma found in the village Sidemen. Order the Balinese Urab for 38000 with grated coconut with long beans and Balinese sauce.

Amed, Bali (Indonesia)

Their breakfast and view at their hotel Sama Sama in Amed Bali: envy!!!

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Street food: cheap and yummy even though this doesn’t really appeal to me much, but apparently the food was good.This was taken in the Indian neighbourhood.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Nasi Lemak is a traditional Malaysian dish and this was taken at Kampong Kravers in the food center Lot 10 Hutong.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Lokl was a great stop to get Fluffiest pancakes in Kuala Lumpur, accross from a cool hotel called 1000 Miles.

Bangkok, Thailand

The best pork in town found at the Rod Fai Night Market behind Seacon Square!

Bangkok, Thailand

Fingerfood! Make a burrito with the leaves and fill it with the different contents like shrimp, garlic, peppers etc.

Bangkok, Thailand

A green curry needs to be ordered and loved! Wow, I want a bowl of this goodness: yumsters!

Bangkok, Thailand

Papaya salad is one of the Thai specialties called Sum Tum, refreshing yet salty with small shrimp and fish sauce.

Bangkok, Thailand

Street food in Bangkok is cheap and yummy and affordable.

Bangkok, Thailand

A good restaurant found in the hotel Inn A Day near the Temple of Dawn.

Bangkok, Thailand

One of the few organic restaurants in Bangkok: Simple. This french toast is to die for! With chocolate syrup, ice cream and maple syrup… But remember it’s healthy cause it’s all organic!

Bangkok, Thailand

In the hipster neighbourhood Ari this is a Japanese favourite called Kakigori which is scraped ice cream.

Ayutthaya, Thailand

Street food at Lung Lek, the best noodles in Ayutthaya for only 45 Baht!

Ayuthaya, Thailand

Breakfast for two American or English style. Eggs Bacon and toast at Rush Lush and rent movies there too!

Ayutthaya, Thailand

All this food was 100 baht total and was bought at a local market and taken back to the hotel to chew on.