When in Rome…Eat as the Romans Do


Rome is a city that is full of culture, history, glamour, and beautiful landscapes. When you visit this glorious city, you will experience sights that you and your family won’t soon forget. When you holiday or city-break in Rome, you want to experience their food as well.  Before leaving, tantalize your taste buds with the […]

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Top 10 Street Food to Taste in Bangkok


Thailand is a country known for its beaches and its diverse culture.  Included in this culture is the importance of the overall culinary experience that one can find while visiting Thailand.  The choices in food are amazing and appealing to the palate. If you are considering a holiday in Thailand, take some time and research […]

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5 Reasons why Australian cuisine is more than just Foster’s, Vegemite and Kangaroos


Although the TV ads would have you believe that “Fosters is Australian for beer,” the sound-bites about Vegemite and kangaroo-meat are truly only a small slice of the culinary wonders awaiting you on the continent “Down Under.”  Foodies from the world over hail Australian cuisine as a wealth of diverse culinary experiences to be enjoyed […]

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Hari Raya Haji


A Sacred Journey Hari Raya Haji, also known as the “Festival of Sacrifice”, is celebrated over a period of three days by Muslims all over the world. It remembers the Prophet Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son in the name of God. According to the Islamic calendar, Hijrah, this festival starts on the 10th day […]

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Christmas in the Tropics


Even though Singaporeans don’t get to experience the four seasons, much less snow, we definitely know how to celebrate this joyful time . Christmas in the Tropics is a month-long festival that takes the carnival to the streets in Singapore’s all-year round balmy, summer heat. Open your eyes on visual display of seasonal decorations, and […]

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Deepavali Celebrations 2011


The festival of lights Diwali or Deepavali, commonly known as the Festival of Lights, marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year according to the Lunar Calendar. Hindus all over the world would celebrate the victory of good over evil or light over darkness, in which oil lamps are lit to thank the Gods for […]

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