Gok Wan's Easy Asian

This new Gok Wan series is an exhilarating adventure into South East Asian food that's as fresh and vibrant as the food Gok's cooking. Gok Wan learnt to cook in his family's Chinese restaurant and will show us simple ways to make Asian cuisine at home - proving that even some of the most impressive dishes from China, Vietnam and Malaysia are not beyond our reach; from dumplings and laksas to classic curries and street food favorites, made from easy-to-get ingredients in no time at all.


Our Daily Food

Setting off from Singapore, the hosts of this travel and food show will take a trip around the world to explore the original source of ingredients of the food we are familiar with in our daily life. They will delve deep into and uncover the origins of the ingredients and how these ingredients affect the food culture of different countries including Singapore.

Cooking with Chef Ton

Learn how to cook delicious and authentic Thai Cuisine with Chef Ton Asian Food Network's Facebook Live, every Thursday, starting 13 August at 6.30PM JKK/BKT (7.30PM SGT).

Maximum Foodie

Sashi De is on a quest to understand culinary stories from around the world; as a veteran traveler and filmmaker, he has scoured the globe over the last decade in search of stories and experiences for his audience; Maximum Foodie is a catalog of the stories of the world’s best chefs; the kind of culinary topics that will thrill, fascinate and intrigue food lovers worldwide.

Destination Flavour Japan

Subtle, light and delicate. Known for its extremely high quality of local produce, it’s no wonder that Japanese dishes from all over this island country can amaze your senses with just a few key ingredients. Follow MasterChef Adam Liaw as he leads you through the exquisitely pretty landscapes of Japan with a trail of mouth-watering classic dishes. From the melt-in-your-mouth Hiyayakko-Dressed tofu to the crispy sweet “Nanbanzuke” Smelts, add a touch of culinary elegance and refined flavors to your dine-inoptionswith ease.

Inspired with Anna Olson

Get inspired with Anna Olson as she shows you how to cook delicious sweets, main dishes and more. Inspired from her travels and meet ups with various chefs, these are the recipes that reminds her of them and the delicious flavours.

Andrew Zimmern's Masterclasses

Ever thought of pairing a juicy steak with creamy miso? Or tossed some springy noodles in aged soy sauce? Here, follow Andrew Zimmern, chef and host of long-running hit tv series “Bizarre Foods”, as he goes back to basics in the kitchen, whipping up family-friendly Asian dishes. You’ll learn how to make a tasty Wagyu Miso Ribeye for two, an addictive Kimchi Fried Rice, and more easy-eating dishes for all. At the end of it, these step-by-step cooking sessions packed with essential cooking tips will form a solid foundation for yourAsian cooking journey.

Jason's Kopitiam Trails

Embark on this gastronomic journey with Jason Yeoh as he visits Malaysia's best-loved kopitiams, enjoys their offerings, hears their stories, and finds out where they stand today against the new wave of hipster cafés & modern-day coffee shops. Remaining the backbone of Malaysian food culture and social nucleus within smaller towns, the kopitiam has endured as the favourite rendezvous to meet over a cup of coffee, teh tarik & stack of toast.

Travel For Love

Travel For Love is a new unscripted series that reinvents the genre of travel shows, with the added element of new relationships in foreign lands. In this series, 5 micro influencers set off on a trip of a lifetime to experience all the magic of new adventures, and the anticipation of meeting potential romantic interests, for the first time.
Ili Sulaiman

Raya With Our Foodies

Here's how our very own AFN foodies, Yuda Bustara, Anis Nabilah and Ili Sulaiman celebrate Hari Raya this year

Jason's Market Trails

Join Jason as he spends his mornings at wet markets across Malaysia. Discovering the origins, stories and processes of local foods, unearthing the markets’ histories and also the livelihood of the vendors.

Jack Lee's Healthy Kitchen

Healthy doesn’t mean bland. Watch super Celebrity Chef Jack Lee cook up a magical red tilapia with fresh tomatoes, bell peppers and a sharp blend of galangal, ginger, and lifting lemongrass. Weaving through Vietnam’s Dakao Market in Ho Chi Minh city, he then turns up the heat with a sizzling beef and broccoli stir-fry with simple soy sauce, teriyaki sauce, ginger and honey. And chicken’s always on the menu, this time it’s full-on flavour with a heapful of veggies, from colourful peppery capsicums, to clean and crunchy zucchinis, and all tossed up in serious mix of sharp vinegar, sweet honey, creamy peanut butter and fragrant sesame oil.

At Home with Marinka

Join popular TV host and Chef Marinka in her new series for wholesome, hearty and personal recipes that are easy to whip up in any home kitchen! Marinka shares secrets from her culinary experience and puts a modern and international twist on Indonesian favorites by combining the flavors of East and West together. Viewers will find inspiration in transforming familiar dishes into works of art. These recipes don’t just taste good, they are simple to cook and plated in style.
Travel and eat

Travel for Love

Travel for Love is a social experiment presenting all the thrills of travel, with a refreshing take on the beginnings of new relationships. This ten-part series takes place in 5 different cities in Asia – Kuching, Yogyakarta, Dalat, Kuala Lumpur and Bohol. Throughout the series, the influencers will experience amazing local flavors, discover stunning destinations and delve into the unique cultures of their host cities, all whilst challenging their comfort zones, by going on three blind dates. After meeting 3 romantic hopefuls, each influencer will need to choose just 1 person, to go on a second date with. Will sparks fly, or will things smoulder and perhaps ignite new, intangible connections?
Sarah Huang Benjamin

Sarah's Asian Myths

Sarah Huang Benjamin busts age old culinary myths, shares food hacks and more in this series of Sarah's Asian Myths. Do you really need to fry belacan before making belacan? Can you make ramen out of pasta? Ziploc bags & soft, fragrant congee? Find out now when you watch Sarah's Asian Myths.

Act Now @ Home with AFN

Saving the environment and making changes don't have to happen just when you're outside. It happens from your home too.

Luke Nguyen's Railway Vietnam

Luke Nguyen delves deep into Vietnamese cuisine and brings you around to find the best places, and the best of vietnamese cuisine on his journey around Vietnam.
Travel and eat

Destination Flavours China

Follow Adam Liaw as he explores the traditional tastes of the best of what Chinese Cuisine can offer, straight from its source.
Debbie Wong

Deliciousness with Debbie Wong

Follow Debbie Wong as she finds the best places to eat and be at in Japan, discovering what you can make with Ben Imo - Okinawan Sweet Potato.
Anton Amoncio

Home Cooked: Philippines

Follow Anton Amoncio as he recreates his favourite home cooked filipino dishes from scratch, and get inspired to create your own home cooked dishes.

World Wildlife Fund x AFN

From microplastics in your food to sustainable living, the World Wild Life Fund has something to say about plastic pollution.

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