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5 Singapore Hawker Food Court Foods You Must Try

5 Singapore Hawker Food Court Foods You Must Try

Hawker food courts are extremely popular in Singapore among the locals and the tourists. They are essentially food courts, but on a much bigger scale. Some of the Hawker centers have over 100 vendors that offer all types of different foods, all at a competitive price. No matter what kind of food you like, you will be sure to find exactly what you’re...

Eating Like a Local in Hong Kong

Eating Like a Local in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city that lives to eat, offering diners the very best of China and beyond. Hong Kong provides culinary excitement whether you’re spending HK$20 on a bowl of noodles or a whole wallet on fine cuisine. Hong Kong is an expensive place to dine by Chinese standards, but cheaper than most major world cities. Additionally, it has a more consistent...

Korean Food – Interview with Juno Kim

Korean Food – Interview with Juno Kim

Juno Kim, travel blogger, travel photographer and former mechanical engineer. She left her cubic farm to follow her true love: the world. A firm believer of serendipity, astronomy enthusiaster, and living by passion and love in life. Currently, on a quest to find the place where she can call ‘home’ while eating, drinking tea, and good beer and...

Philippines – National Dish

Philippines – National Dish

The Philippines is comprised of over 7,000 islands,but there are only a few specialties that are commonly thought of as  “national dishes”, these specialties have an important role in the culture and traditions of the Philippines. The “national dishes” include lechon, adobo, bistek, and sinigang.  One of the most famous national...

India – Food and Drink

India – Food and Drink

By Harleena Singh There is a saying that you experience a drastic change, every hundred miles you travel in India. This not only includes the diversity in cultures, traditions, rituals, dresses, languages, dialects, but also the food that people eat. The country that is huge in size, with a rich cultural heritage that is thousands of years old, and having...

Malaysia – Food and Drink

Malaysia – Food and Drink

Monica Tindall is an international educator and traveler.   Her passion for food and travel has led her to create The Yum List, http://theyumlist.blogspot.com.  She is constantly hunting for great places to eat in Malaysia and around the world.  She plans her vacations by where each meal will be taken and sees the other sites on the way. She doesn’t waste...