“Girl Eat World”, a viajante que arrasa no Instagram comendo o mundo.

Melissa Hai já conseguiu deixar mais de 330 mil fãs apaixonados pelas suas fotos de comidas e viagens (@girleatworld).

O objetivo de Melissa é visitar um lugar novo cada ano. E também saborear cada lugar. Melissa Hai, de 31 anos, nascida na Indonésia e vivendo em Cingapura, já conseguiu atrair milhares de seguidores pelas suas aventuras culinárias pelo mundo.

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🇯🇵🐱🍩 The cuuuutest handmade cat donut from Floresta Nature Donuts @floresta_nature_doughnuts at Shin Kyogoku 新京極 Market in Kyoto. These are called Doubutsu Donut どうぶつドーナツ or "Animal Donut". I have wanted one since I saw them on instagram awhile back! These animal donuts became a sensation about 4 years ago, created by Floresta in Nara. Due to the massive success of the animal donuts, they now have branches all over Kansai region (Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, etc)! There are many different animal designs, but this cat donut is one of their original designs. The donuts are all cake-based and the ears are made of almonds. So adorable! Special thanks to my friend @soulstruck for the tips ❤️! @op.118 and I practically ran to find these donuts when you told us there is one near Nishiki Market! #ShotOniPhone6s #ShotOniPhone6sPlus #toocutetoeat #floresta #どうぶつドーナツ #donutscookiesandcream #eeeeeats #buzzfeedfood

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Ela não se considera uma fotógrafa profissional, e explica que realiza suas viagens somente com um celular, com modelos diferentes de iPhone. E usa um aplicativo similar ao Instagram que possui diversos filtros que permitem dar diferentes amosferas para sus fotos.

Seu sucesso provavelmente vem da sua capacidade de reunir em uma mesma foto pratos típicos e um ambiente emblemático de cada lugar que visita.

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Guys!! I dunno where my head has been but I've totally missed @girleatworld’s 2nd year anniversary! It was supposed to be a week ago on May 11. Here’s the very first photo I uploaded to this account 2 years ago. This photo was actually taken almost a year before @girleatworld was created, on the first day of my Europe solo backpacking trip in the summer of 2013. Back then, I used to just upload the images to my personal Facebook and my instagram. I received positive responses from my friends, so I kept going and collected about 15 images before I finally decided to go for it and create a dedicated instagram for all the food pictures – And that is how @girleatworld was born! This gelato 🍦 was taken on a hot summer day in a small Bavarian town in Germany 🇩🇪 called Rothenburg ob de Tauber, known for its well-preserved medieval walls and traditional colorful half-timbered German houses which you can see on the background. Looking back, I realized I have learned a ton about photography in the past two years thanks to @girleatworld. My composition is horrendous in this picture, but I still remember the feeling of awe and wonder as I wandered down the street of Rothenburg ODT. ❤️

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Happy Monday! Missing this Hello Kitty donut at the organized chaos of the shibuya crossing in Tokyo 🇯🇵🍩. The Shibuya "scramble" crossing is well known for people watching and a must visit while in Tokyo. When the traffic lights turn red, pedestrians would pour out from all sides and meet in the middle of the intersection. I find it very calming to watch from afar. Also, Hachiko statue is in one of the corners of this intersection! — I've been spending some time re-learning Japanese through iknow.jp and I love it so much! To my fellow 日本語 learners, i highly recommend checking out iknow.jp @iknowjp to review your kanji, listening skills and vocabularies. It makes the learning process super fun compared to using flash cards! However, this app will not teach Japanese from scratch – you have to use this in conjunction of a text book since they do not teach you grammar. I wish apps like this existed when I was learning Japanese in college! You can also learn other language like Chinese and English for SAT learners #iKnowjp

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Melissa destaca que geralmente pergunta para amigos locais quais são os pratos típicos que deve provar nas suas viagens.

Como não é muito fã de fazer selfies, Melissa prefere documentar suas viagens através da gastronomia. A ideia da conta de Instagram surgiu após uma viagem que fez sozinha pela Europa. Ela tinha vergonha de pedir para outras pessoas tirarem fotos dela, e como sempre estava comendo, preferiu começar a fotografar as comidas típicas nos lugares mais famosos de cada lugar.

 

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🇯🇴 Bucket list ☑️ The majestic Treasury at Petra, Jordan had been in my bucket list for a very long time and I'm ecstatic to cross it off today. The Treasury needs no introduction. If it looks familiar, you may have seen it in Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade. Built around 200-300 BC through sandstone carving by the Nabateans, The Treasury has become the ultimate symbol of Jordan. It was absolutely magical to see this in person. These days not many things gives butterflies in my stomach with anticipation, but butterflies were definitely fluttering today as I walked down the 1.2km siq leading up to it. However The Treasury really is just a tiny fraction of what the rose city Petra has to offer. There are so much history to experience here, and the city is only 50% uncovered with much of the excavation and research done with the help of Brown University. This is a Za'atar and roasted sesame filled bread we got from a local bakery before heading into Petra. Za'atar is a well-loved herb here in the middle east. I was told you can most definitely expect to find Za'atar in every household in Jordan. The taste is tangy and very flavorful, making it an excellent pair for bread. #VisitJordan #ShareYourJordan #ShotOniPhone6sPlus Follow me on snapchat and facebook for more real time update! ▶️girleatworld◀️ on both platforms.

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