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The 14 Most Breathtaking Places To Visit In China

Traveling To China   Having lived in China for six months, I've had the opportunity to travel around the second-largest country in the world during my time there. Even though I would like to think I’ve seen most of this beautiful country, I’ve only touched the tip of the iceberg. ...
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Upper Thomson Café & Bakery Trail - Discover 19 Gems in Singapore's up-and-coming neighbourhood

About Upper Thomson Road   This road was once synonymous with good prata at The Roti Prata House and handmade dimsum at Hwa Nam Restaurant. Perhaps it still is. But in the past few years, we've seen exciting F&B concepts sprout up and shake up the scene. Nowadays, Upper Thomson...
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Oscar's Presents the Davao Cultural & Food Festival at Conrad Centennial Singapore

Davao Cultural and Food Festival   This  Davao Cultural and Food Festival  hopes to showcase the rich culture and food heritage of the 10 different tribes from this beautiful city located in Southeastern Philippines. Davao City is known as the culinary destination of the Philippines and is famous for the...
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Meet The Person Behind Halal Café Cake Love - Caféfest 2014 Feature


About Cake Love   Cake Love manages to hold its own on Jalan Pisang, a street where you see concept cafés popping out every now and then. Enter the store, and you’ll be greeted with splashes of bright colours and retro furniture. This is a fresh breath of air from...
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Meet The People Behind Maison Ikkoku - Caféfest 2014 Feature

About Maison Ikkoku   Venture off Haji Lane, otherwise known as the hippest enclave not called Tiong Bahru , and you’ll find Maison Ikkoku tucked away at the end of Kandahar Street. It's been there for 3 years now, and is no stranger to café aficionados. They’re known for their...
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Singapore Food Festival 2014 - A Celebration of Singapore's Food Heritage

Singapore Food Festival 2014   This year’s Singapore Food Festival will be held from 11 to 20 July and will be themed "Walk Down Memory Lane". As we continue to celebrate Singapore’s rich food legacy, we can also expect modern interpretations of local dishes at this year’s festival.  Participating stalls...
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Osia Restaurant - An underrated gem at Resorts World Sentosa

About Osia   It’s so easy to overlook Osia when you’re surrounded by big-name restaurants like Tung Lok. But upon entering Osia, you’ll see their numerous accolades displayed at the door and their intriguing open kitchen concept. In fact, they've been crowned the Best New Restaurant by CNNGo's Best Eats...
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5 Malaysian Road Trip Adventures for Singaporeans

A Guide to Road Tripping in Malaysia   Source: expatgomalaysia Travelling on budget airlines can sometimes be a pain. The cramped seats, stale air and 2am flight timings could eat at your wanderlust before your trip even begins. When you have family or a bunch of friends in tow, it’s...
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10 Reasons Why Singaporean Breakfast is the Best Breakfast in the World

10 Favourite Singapore Breakfasts   Singaporeans are a lucky bunch when it comes to breakfast choices. Before brunch was all the rage, we mostly had our breakfasts at our trusty kopitiams and hawker centres - and we still do. Here are 10 reasons why Singaporean breakfasts are the best in...
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Ding Dong - Modern Interpretation of Southeast Asian Cuisine

About Ding Dong   Update: Ding Dong will move to 115 Amoy Street on Monday, 20 June 2016. Their last day at 23 Ann Siang Road will be on Friday, 3 June 2016. Perched on the far end of the hip Ann Siang Road is Ding Dong, a restaurant helmed by Ryan...
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