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If you come to Som Tam Udon on a weekend, be prepared to wait a while. The massive restaurant (it easily sits about a hundred people) is so insanely popular among locals that there’s regularly a line-up down the street on weekends. Yet despite its massive popularity, few travellers find...Read more
The rich history of Spanish cuisine dates back thousands of years. With each region of the country having its own ‘claim to fame,’ Madrid offers visitors a taste of the best dishes Spain has to offer, all in one chaotic, quintessentially Spanish foodie playground. Madrid’s food scene is in constant...Read more
If you’re coming to Chiang Mai, there’s a good chance you’ll want to spend some quality time at various markets, like the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Warorot Market, and both the Saturday and Sunday Walking Street markets. There will be plenty of handmade goods on display, from jewellery and hand-painted...Read more
When you first walk into Pinky Milk (or Nom Chomphoo in Thai), you’d be forgiven for thinking you had stumbled into a cartoon-like alternate universe. The name is appropriate — everything is bubble gum-Read more
hued, from the walls to the tables to the massive strawberry milks being served up. It’s also...
Mondays. The first day of the week to have a fresh start, learn something new, be productive, and go on a craft cocktail tour. That last part was no mistake, as you cannot shock your body into completely stopping the weekend activities. It’s bad for you. It’s science. The Urban...Read more
Buenos Aires is one of those cities you can easily fall in love with. The late night tango shows, art around every corner, palm trees swaying along the streets, the flavour-packed asados (BBQ), friends lounging in the park as they sip on mate — it’s a city for dancers, nature...Read more
Travel. Some do it because they want to see history come to life, some thrive experiencing a different culture, for others it’s the thrill of adventure. No matter how you travel, one thing most of us can agree on is coming together to break bread and sinking our teeth into the...Read more
It’s not just the fabric of Perth’s social scene that’s changing. Perth is becoming a modern-day artist’s playground with its urban tapestry of street art adding new shades of colour to skyscrapers, laneways, and everything in between. Stretching from the city centre to Northbridge and all the way south to...Read more
The historic site of Machu Picchu is one of the holy grails of travel. Backpackers dream of hiking the trail — or if they don’t want to hike, of at least hopping the train from Cusco. History buffs come to see first-hand the place that was a pilgrimage for the...Read more
Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital, is part of India’s Golden Triangle circuit along with Delhi and Agra. Dubbed the Pink City because of the pink walls and buildings of the Old City, Jaipur is filled with historic attractions, myriad bazaars, temples, palaces, museums, and gardens — so there’s no shortage of things...Read more