Tour Chinatown’s Mauna Kea Marketplace, where you’ll find everything from bok choy to bullfrogs for cooking. And when you get hungry, head to the food court, which feels as if you’ve been dropped into the streets of Bangkok, Manila, and Hong Kong. All of them, all at once. Grab a seat next to the Filipinos dipping their spoons into pork adobo from Nestor Filipino Fast Food. Get a crispy rice salad from Malee Thai and follow it up with an egg custard tart from Rainbow Tea Stop. It’s the best in town, yellow and glossy with a crumbly and buttery crust.