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Tagged with "Gourmet Food"

Ho Chi Minh City: Best cafés for delicious local food and coffee
The southern city of Vietnam may very well be known for its colonial influences found particularly in its renowned architectural landmarks like the famous Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon. Yet, the locals have retained their distinct cultures and traditions in this cosmopolitan metropolis at every corner.
Trip.com27 Apr 20200228
Asian Food in London - The Most Affordable
It is not uncommon for Singaporeans to find our Asian delicacies sold at superbly high prices in the West. Yet, much of the price tag is the result of the low demand for such cuisines in those countries alongside the costs required to bring in the ingredients for these dishes.
Trip.com21 Apr 20200235
3 Ipoh Night Markets To Visit During Your Stay
Ipoh, the thriving capital city of the Malaysian state of Perak, is well-known for its majestic temples, magnificent caves, hipster cafés, and jaw-dropping architecture. With many hidden gems waiting to be discovered, Ipoh offers all travellers a great escape away from the hustle and bustle of the big city into a charming paradise of modern art and history.
Trip.com4 Feb 20201409
Food Matters: Top 6 Staycations with Delectable Breakfasts
What's a without the full experience of the hotel's breakfast spread! From the traditional local fare to fusion cuisine to the classic American breakfast, here are our top picks for the most delectable breakfasts for the most satisfying (pun intended) weekend staycation! The hotel designed by world renowned French designer - Philippe Starck, M Social Singapore fuses both elements of a designer mo
Trip.com18 Jul 2019199,826
Study: How US Travelers perceive Tokyo
This year more than 1.3 million people will travel from the USA to Japan (JNTO, 2018). Outside of Asia, that's more Americans than travelers from all of Europe combined!From reimagined sushi (California roll), western Anime (Avatar: The Last Airbender), and even a Tokyo-inspired Los Angeles dystopia (Blade Runner), viewing Japan through an American lens has produced some interesting results over t
TripBlog18 Jul 2019011,513
Singapore: The Garden City at the Crossroads of the World
Singapore is a wealthy and developed island nation located off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. A global financial center with a thriving high-tech sector, Singapore attracts visitors from around the world. Cosmopolitan culture, delicious street food, beautiful gardens, amazing luxury, all of these can be found in Singapore. In this article we’ll take a closer look and concentrate on several must-see districts. The aim is to provide a way to maximize your time and enjoyment.
Opps-Snow5 Jun 201909,440
Sihanoukville: Cambodia's Beach Paradise
Picturing beach resorts in Southeast Asia, Thailand’s Phuket, Indonesia’s Bali, and Philippines' Boracay probably come to mind. With tourists flocking to those locations, however, people who seek less populated shores must look elsewhere. White sand beaches, diving hotspots, fresh-from-the-ocean seafood, and a rapidly growing casino scene make Cambodia’s premier beach town of Sihanoukville a worthwhile destination.
TeddyBear020514 May 201902,883
Taiwan's Most Famous Food You Cannot Miss
Seasoned travelers know the best part of going somewhere new is the food. What better way to bond across time and culture than over a plate of delicious local cuisine?Few things bring people together like an elegant meal. Often the biggest challenge in expanding our horizons is not knowing where to start or what to try. Here is a quick guide on some foods you definitely want to sample on your next trip to Taiwan.
Dannyboi29 Apr 20191,4898,242
Ipoh: Not just a stopover location
While sitting in a café located in Ipoh’s Old Town sipping a cup of white coffee, and enjoying the city’s slow pace and tranquil environment, it’s hard to imagine that about 70 years ago, this city was actually one of the world’s largest producer of tin.Located 200km north of Kuala Lumpur and 130km south of Penang, this capital of Perak used to have a nickname “Millionaires’ City” in the early 20th Century, as many people made a fortune from tin mining in the district.
TeddyBear020524 Dec 201802,945