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    CHEAP FOOD IN SINGAPORE: WHERE TO EAT WELL AND SPEND LITTLE

    Having been in Singapore already three times during our travels to and from Asia and Australia, we’ve got to the point of knowing one or two things about the so called “Capital of Asia”.Singapore is a rich city-state, but this doesn’t mean it doesn’t belong in a travel-on-a-budget itinerary.Many travellers skip it entirely because it is expensive, however there are ways to save money when in Singapore too. In this article we want to help you find the best places where to eat well in Singapore without breaking the bank. WHAT IS A HAWKER CENTRE? The first thing to know about food in Singapore is that the cheapest options can…

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    VIETNAMESE FOOD GUIDE – OUR FAVORITE DISHES AND WHERE TO EAT THEM

    Vietnamese food is very peculiar and unique. Generally speaking it’s quite local and can be very different from north to south, but there are some exceptions like Phở soup and Bành Mi (the bread baguette “imported” by the French) that are widespread throughout the whole country. Also, some cities have their own specialties that can be found there only! Vietnamese cuisine is considered one of the healthiest in the world, due to minimal use of dairy and oil, and reliance on vegetables and herbs including lemongrass, coriander (we truly hate coriander!) ginger and mint . That’s why it is unusual to see fat Vietnamese people! Therefore we decided to put down…

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    9 AMAZING THINGS TO DO IN HOI AN, VIETNAM

    Considered the most charming and romantic town in Vietnam, Hoi An is one of the most visited places and a must for travelers. Don’t be scared by the amount of tourists in the town centre, there’s much to do also around Hoi An, don’t just stick to the main road! Hoi An is easy to reach and well serviced, especially via Da Nang city just 25 km north. You can fly to Da Nang or get there by train from Hanoi/Hue, and then continue to Hoi An by bus or taxi. Coming from south, there are also direct buses, if you are up for a long long journey. We always…

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    WHERE TO EAT IN DA NANG

    In the last few months living in Da Nang, we found many great places where to eat and we are going to share them in this article. After choosing 10 of our favorite places to eat in Da Nang, we decided to divide them into “local”, where almost nobody can speak English and to communicate you’ll have to use body language, and “western”, because sometimes you really need a break from Asian food. WHERE TO EAT LOCAL FOOD IN DA NANG 1. Cồn Market The biggest and richest market in Da Nang is structured in departments where a specific category of item is sold, and among these there’s obviously the…