Posted: 31 Oct 2016 5 Places Around The World That You Didn't Realize Had Great Seafood

 

1. Sri Lanka

At Hotel Rolex in Jaffna, located on the northern tip of the country, they have a magical dish called - a plate of caramelized prawns. 

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Various seafood available at markets in Sri Lanka 

Want to go there? Visit our Sri Lanka Country Guide for a list of Tour Operators who can get you there. 

 

2. Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu night market have tables and tables of fresh seafood just bursting with colour and flavour. Some is raw, ready to be taken home but many dishes are marinated, grilled, and ready to be eaten. 

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Variety of grilled seafood in Kota Kinabalu night market in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Borneo, Malaysia

Want to go there? Visit our Malaysia Country Guide for a list of Tour Operators who can get you there. 

 

3. Chile

The coastal port city of Valparaiso is a city praised for its seafood. Many restaurant are on the water’s edge with a wonderful views too. 

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Valparaiso, Chile

Want to go there? Visit our Chile Country Guide for a list of Tour Operators who can get you there. 

 

4. Tanzania

Stock up on prawns, crabs and fish at The Dar Es Salaam fish market. Every morning before sunrise, fishing boats dock at the market and thousands of both business owners and individuals come to bid for the finest seafood. 

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Mzizima fish market in Dar es Salaam

Want to go there? Visit our Tanzania Country Guide for a list of Tour Operators who can get you there. 

 

5. Japan

They say that Japan is one of the ultimate destinations to visit as a seafood lover. Tsukiji Market, the world’s largest fish market, is a place where nearly all things from the sea can be found. Seafood is not only something to eat in Japan, but it’s a cherished part of culture and form of art. 

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Tsukiji Market, Japan

Want to go there? Visit our Japan Country Guide for a list of Tour Operators who can get you there. 

 

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