6. Thimpu, Bhutan
Such a quaint little town. Around noon the hustle and bustle picks up, mostly bikers and merchants with charts. This town is sticking closely to their heritage, that being said, they sell only the most authentic, handmade goods. A lot of the shops selling food will either be vegetarian, bland, or very spicy. If you do get meat ensure it is thoroughly cooked, while the animals are free range and only eat the grass around you. That being said, the food and especially the water may not carry the standards of your homeland.