VIDEO: Spicy Tibetan Laping Noodles!

While walking around the Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal, I noticed lots of people gathered around small stalls slurping down yellow noodles.

It looked a little like the Burmese yellow tofu salad, but I later found out it’s a Tibetan cold spicy noodle dish known as “laping.”

Here’s the video…

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Comments

  1. says

    Hey just stumbled across your site and this is the first post I saw.. I really liked your video. The girl beside you looked like she was in shock that you were next to her! Have you had some Dal Bhat yet? ill definitely be following your site from now on!

  2. lily says

    Hi mark, I travel quite a lot too but I dare not eat street food freely like you do. (esp in Nepal)
    Many of my friends who visited Nepal suffered from serious diarrhea. Any experience with diarrhea?

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