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Taiwan

Join me for a 5D4N Taiwan Foodie Tour!

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After months of planning, I am happy to announce that I am leading a 5 Days TAIWAN Tam Chiak Foodie Tour with Hong Thai Travel Singapore on 23 October 2014. Follow me as I bring you around Taipei and Taichung to look for the trendiest restaurants/cafes/eateries in town. Not only that, we will also visit the flower fields in Xinshe Township and you will also learn to make your own …

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Australia

The Hunt for Specialty Coffee in Melbourne

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Being the second largest traded commodity in the world (after oil), coffee means a lot to many people. While Melbourne is highly regarded as one of the best espresso style coffee town, the next step in the ever evolving industry is specialty coffee. With the opening of Filter about a month ago, a new cafe on Collins Street that is not pure espresso but rather specialises in pour overs and …

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AustraliaMELBOURNE

A Day at Jonai Farm, Daylesford

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Moments from Melbourne, but worlds away from its hustle and bustle, Daylesford is a quiet and quaint town in Shire of Hepburn. This is the place to unwind, pamper yourself, indulge your senses, or simply enjoy an enticing menu of natural attractions. Surrounded by pristine bushland and freshwater springs, Daylesford is a tranquil place to enjoy a farm stay and farm tour or just relax by the lake and soak …

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15 Must Visit Cafes in Melbourne

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Melbourne is famous for it’s cafĂ© culture scene. The city streets are abuzz with endless cafes and restaurants. Walk into any cafe and you will be greeted with serious barista working magic on their coffee. For this trip, I am very blessed to have many friends in Melbourne bringing me to the best cafes in the city. My highest record is to visit 4 cafes in a day and tried …

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Jimmy Grants – Melbourne’s Souvlaki Bar by George Calombaris

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Jimmy Grants, is masterchef judge George Calombaris’s modern interpretation of a Greek souvlaki bar off Smith Street in Melbourne. The name of the restaurant comes from the Australian rhyming slang for immigrants and this is further emphasized when street artist Dan Wenn captured a DC-3 aircraft and The Patris on two of the walls. This is where you can either enjoy a Greek beer, or have pretty good souvlaki food …

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