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10 Must Visit Hipster Food Places Unique To Hong Kong. And Very Instagrammable

[Hong Kong] Hong Kong is known as a Food and Shopping Paradise with a classic slogan “Mai dong xi, Chi dong xi, Mai dong xi, Chi dong xi”

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10 Must-Try Ramen & Tsukemen At Tokyo Japan. Oishii Desu!

[Tokyo] These are some of the Best Ramen & Tsukemen from Tokyo Japan. There are just too many variants and combinations, from the Tonkotsu ramen (pork broth) of Kyushu, miso ramen of Hokkaido, to shio and shoyu soup bases. Admittedly, there are some mass-market brands listed here, but they have become widely popular for some […]

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Raan Jay Fai – 400 Baht Drunken Noodles. Martha Stewart Said “The Best Cook In Thailand.”

[Bangkok] In Bangkok where cheap, affordable, tasty street foods are a dime in a dozen, finding Fried Drunken Noodle (Phad Kee Mao) in a run-down no-frills eatery that is sold at 400 Baht (SGD$15.80) came as a shocker. In Singaporean-language, we call this “lok”. “Wait, isn’t that one additional zero for its usual price?” We […]

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Tokyo Michelin Guide 2016 – These Are The Top 13 Tokyo Restaurants

[Tokyo] With the coming Michelin Guide of Singapore being the talk of the town, the Michelin Guide for Tokyo 2016 is featuring 13 restaurants with 3 stars, 51 restaurants with 2 stars and 153 restaurants with 1 star. Petit Four from Les Créations de Narisawa which has 2 Michelin stars Some of the highlights: – […]

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Top 10 Japanese Snacks To Get From Tokyo – Tokyo Banana, Jaga Pokkuru, Shiroi Koibito!

Heading to Tokyo soon? Japan produces some of the most amazing snacks, all wonderfully packaged and mouthwateringly tasty. Some of my favourites include the Ishiya Shiroi Koibito White Chocolate Biscuits, and Potato Farm Calbee Jaga Pokkuru. This entry is done for my brother and family, who is heading off to Japan really soon. Now you […]

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PMQ – Hong Kong’s Current Most Hipster Place Is A Former Police Married Quarters

[Hong Kong] It took me a while to discover PMQ. I have been to Hong Kong several times, revisited many attractions, but it was until my recent visit that a friend told me, “I think PMQ is your kind of place.” He is right. PMQ is short for Police Married Quarters. This used to be […]

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10 Best Cafes At Bangkok Thonglor – Bookmark This For Your Bangkok Cafe Hopping Adventures

[Bangkok] The Thonglor and Ekkamai are probably the hippest areas to venture, containing some of Bangkok’s newest cafes and dining concepts – all within one area. The area still remains quite quaint, home to several Japanese restaurants due to the community staying in the surroundings. Cafes are short 5 – 15 minute walks within one […]

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(Un)Fashion Bangkok – Vintage Fashion Shop & Café At Ekkaimai

[Bangkok] This trip to Bangkok, I decided to dedicate some days to venturing around Thong Lor and Ekkamai area, and realised how many cafes were so distinctly characteristic, and uncovered (at least for me). There were some “wow” moments, one in particular was (Un)Fashion Bangkok, recommended by Wilbur from AroiMakMak. It is about a 10 […]

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Roast EmQuartier – Good Coffee & Vibes, A Must Visit Cafe In Bangkok

[Bangkok] Roast has propelled to be one of the best cafés and brunch place to look out for in Bangkok. Its newest and second branch at The Helix of swanky mall EmQuartier makes it all the convenient to visit, connected right next to Phrom Phong BTS Station. (Read: Original Roast at Thong Lor) The reasons […]

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Rocket Coffeebar Bangkok – Bright & Beautiful, This Cafe Feels Like Home

[Bangkok] Rocket Coffeebar S49 at Thong Lor was one of those cafes after entering, I wished immediately that my future home could look like this. “This is simply gorgeous.” The coffee bar on Sukhumvit Soi 49 looks like it can land on the cover of a home and interior décor magazine. It was those particular […]

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