SINGAPORE

Singapore, like Japan, is one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world. It’s also one of the most expensive with the highest standard of living. Thankfully, food is cheap. You can have a delicious filling meal at a hawker center for a few dollars. Personally, it’s one of my favorite cities to visit for food in Southeast Asia.

The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore (2019)

The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore (2019)

In spite of its facade of steel and glass, Singapore retains much of the ethnic and cultural diversity that earned it its nickname – “the melting pot of Asia”. Iconic structures like Marina Bay Sands and Supertree Grove are impressive but equally of note are the ethnic pockets within the city that preserve each culture’s unique heritage and traditions.
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Dine at Candlenut in Singapore, the Only Michelin-Starred Peranakan Restaurant in the World!

Dine at Candlenut in Singapore, the Only Michelin-Starred Peranakan Restaurant in the World!

Presented over three courses — starters, mains, and dessert — Chef Malcolm Lee aims to give diners the experience of going to Grandma's house and being served a thoughtful sequence of lovingly cooked food. It's an interesting concept we thought, and one that says a lot about Peranakan culture.
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