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Singapore is not only famous as a shopping and entertainment center, but also a food paradise. A melting pot of Malay, Chinese and Indian ethnicities, Singapore has rich food culture. It has been in the list of recommended countries to have culinary adventure in many travel magazines and websites for a long time. This time, let us show you 5 iconic Singaporean food and beverages (including really nice cocktail) that you can enjoy in a day, from morning until the evening. Singaporean Breakfast Set In a country rich in food culture, even...

When it comes bargain dining, Vancouver is generally the land of plenty. It’s hard to walk a few blocks without passing a cheap sushi joint. And the city’s diverse population means that authentic, accessibly priced Korean, Persian, Thai and Chinese food is easy to find. But bargain hunters often strike out when looking for what many consider the world’s most popular cuisine: Italian. While on the East Coast mom-and-pop Italian restaurants are staples of the dining scene, in Vancouver they’re hard to come by. So I thought I’d...

Hotel restaurants are back in vogue, thanks to innovative menus from a new generation of talented Reporter. Shem MD selects great places to stay, with food to match Pennyhill Park, Bagshot, Surrey Pennyhill Park, Surrey There are fewer than 10 British hotels whose chefs have been awarded two Michelin stars, and outside London, that figure shrinks still further. Michael Wignall spent five years at North Yorkshire’s much-loved Devonshire Arms, where he held one star, before moving to Pennyhill Park in 2007. Last year, Pennyhill’s...