Do you like visiting out-station but afraid of the food in new places because you are a vegetarian and you lack choices for your appetite? There is no bigger epicurean joy than getting a taste of traditional cuisine made from local ingredients in its native land. For vegetarian travelers, things can get a little fiddly as vegetarian food is not a matter of choice but of coercion.
So, we should know the places one can visit that are actually good for vegetarian tourists. Here are the 5 best places in our list:
>Thailand: Thanks to Thailand’s Buddhist ethos, vegetarian food is easy to find; or the request for vegetarian food is tacit and executed with ease. Most restaurants have veggie options on their menus, and those that don’t, freely take orders for ‘a green curry with only vegetables’. So, if you are planning a vacation then Thailand should be your first choice.
>Gujrat: The authenticity of this place makes Gujrat one of the best places to visit for vegetarians. Gujarat is a true vegetarian paradise where groups of Jainism cogitate all life so sacred that they do not even eat root vegetables such as onion and carrots because they believe harvesting means killing the plant. So, the choice of food in Gujrat is mostly veggies.
>Hong Kong/Singapore: With fascinating sites in the city, Singapore is well known for its huge diversity of vegan and vegetarian menu options, which can be found everywhere from hawker stalls to upmarket restaurants.
>Israel: Around one-eighth of the Israeli population does not include meat in their diet, some reports go so far as to say that Israel has the highest per capita vegan population in the world. So, now you know, why you should go to Israel for your next vacation.
>Taipei/Taiwan: Taipei is actually one of the most vegan-friendly destinations in the world. The city was even given the title of “Asia’s Most Vegan-Friendly City’” by PETA back in 2016.
So, above are the 5 best places to visit, mostly for vegetarian tourists.