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Dinner In Singapore – East Meets West For the Modern Foodie

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Singapore has always had an exciting mish-mash of cuisines. It was an important port throughout history, and a bubbling melting pot of  cultures as well. Having a large immigrant population, Singaporean food has always really been ‘fusion’ food. They have everything from the native Malay ethnic cuisine though to Chinese, Indonesian, Indian and of course influences from the Portuguese and English cuisine’s – if you want interesting and unique culinary fusion, then Singapore …

9 Photos that will inspire you to visit Varanasi, India

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India is mental! There’s no doubt about it. We had heard tales from other travellers about many aspects to look out for in Varanasi. The burning area where people travel from near and far to have their dead relatives cremated. Burnings which go on 24 hours a day. The small alleyways where you have to dodge out of the way of scooters, cows and funeral processions. Often having to dive …

Xiaolongbao, Shanghai

15 Best Foods in Asia and where to find them

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You love Asian food? So do we. Taste is always subjective. One man’s spicy is another man’s uncontrollable, red faced pain. One woman’s sweet is another woman’s diabetic nightmare. As foodie travellers there is one thing we can promise – We’ve eaten a lot. In doing so, we’ve drawn a bunch of comparisons in order to compile this list. One year in Asia. Its been one hell of a journey, one …

Epic Mongolia: 9,000 Landscapes from Ulaanbaatar to Khovsgol (With Video)

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9 days inside a Russian Military van crossing the epic and endlessly changing landscape of central Mongolia with 7 other people is certainly an experience! It may be challenging but it is certainly rewarding beyond anything we may have imagined before undertaking this journey. This second part of our trans-Mongolian adventure takes us from the capital of Ulaanbaatar to Moron (Pronounced Muren), just south of Khovsgol, Mongolia’s largest lake. In …

The Hengshan Hanging Monastery & Yungang Grottoes (Datong)

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The city of Datong is currently a massive building site. This does not make it a desirable tourist destination. Fortunately it is located right in-between two of the best attractions in Northern China. The Hanging Monastery at Hengshan Mountain is over 1,500 years old and defies belief as it hangs on the edge of a sheer rock face. The temple is located some 65km south-east of Datong, you wind through …