1. Miyajima Oyster Festival, 8 to 9 Feb
Hiroshima is renowned for its fresh and succulent oysters, which will be in season this month. During this free festival, the Miyajima pier (about a 20-minute ferry ride from Hiroshima) will be bustling with stalls peddling different types of oysters.
2. Ubud Food Festival, 17 to 19 Apr
This highly anticipated event in Bali’s iconic Ubud will feature cooking demonstrations and masterclasses, night markets and a chance to sample dishes from some of the top chefs from the region.
3. Taste of Kakadu, 22 to 31 May
From foraging tours to cooking lessons, this annual festival offers an immersive look into Indigenous Australian cuisine, known as bushtucker. Enjoy this unique cuisine in the beautiful Unesco World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park – two hours from Darwin.
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This article was originally published in the February 2020 issue of Silkwinds magazine