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11 MUST-TRY FOOD IN HANOI, VIETNAM!

By on May 9, 2018
Thanh Hop Restaurant_Pho Bo

When it comes to naming your favourite Vietnamese dish, most of us will probably mention Pho. But there’s really more to it than just rice noodles and beef. In our recent trip to Hanoi, we came across tons of street vendors and restaurants selling traditional Vietnamese dishes. We observed that most of these eateries have a […]

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GUIDE: Finding the Hanoi Train Street

By on April 12, 2018
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While planning our itinerary to Hanoi, we came across a really unique street unlike any other, the Hanoi Train Street. What is Hanoi Train Street? The Hanoi Train Street – which many has referred/termed, is a street with steel tracks lined up all through a neighbourhood. Not just the tracks, but a train passes through twice a […]

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Cooking Vietnamese Dishes With Apron Up Cooking Class [HANOI]

By on April 8, 2018

If you’re looking to have an authentic Vietnamese experience while holiday-ing in Hanoi, we recommend immersing in the local culture and trying your hands at cooking some Vietnamese dishes! We love cooking and there are actually many cooking classes offered all over Hanoi – however we didn’t want to take the chance and instead booked […]

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Hotel Review (Taiwan): Stay at Forte Orange Business Hotel (Linsen, Taipei)

By on February 5, 2017
orange hotel group

A little secret of mine is that I have not been to Taiwan before. There, I said it. Somehow it seems almost embarrassing to admit but I knew Taiwan is definitely on my “To-Visit” list. So quite naturally, I leaped at the opportunity to get outta’ Singapore’s heat and experience the beginning of Taipei’s winter! My accommodation […]

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Hotel Review – Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy, All-in One Destination

By on July 12, 2016

Introducing Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy, a hotel nestled in the heart of historical Katong – a heritage suburb in the East of the city. Rich in Peranakan influences, Katong comprises a rich cultural mix that encapsulates all of Singapore’s Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian cultures. As one of the country’s best foodie destinations, Katong is […]

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