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Does this Chang Phueak restaurant have the hottest som tam in Chiang Mai?

Does this Chang Phueak restaurant have the hottest som tam in Chiang Mai?

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...
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Vegan/Vegetarian Guide to Chiang Mai

Vegan/Vegetarian Guide to Chiang Mai

Thailand is heaven for anyone following a plant-based diet; the country’s love of spice and heat means the food you eat will never be boring. Here’s our local guide Amy’s tips on the best vegan and vegetarian food in Chiang Mai: Local Foods Khao soi is a traditional dish from...
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Ultimate guide to being vegan in Madrid

Ultimate guide to being vegan in Madrid

It’s not difficult to maintain your vegan diet whilst holidaying in Spain, you just need to know where to look. Here, our amazing guide Daniela gives us the lowdown on all things vegan in Madrid. Eating Out La Alpargata Vegana is right in the heart of one of our favourite...
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Discovering hygge and happiness in Copenhagen

Discovering hygge and happiness in Copenhagen

We run up to the meeting spot for our tour, faces red and short of breath. Our tram that morning had oh-so-conveniently decided to be late, and our frustration was clearly evident. The rest of our group, too, likely isn’t feeling so hyggelig towards us latecomers. Yet thanks to Copenhagen...
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24 hours in: Santorini

24 hours in: Santorini

While there’s a pretty good chance you’ll want to spend more than 24 hours in sun-soaked Santorini, if you only have time for a quick trip you can still make the most of your time with the help of our expert local guides. Read on for everything you need to...
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The complete guide to: Jaipur travel

The complete guide to: Jaipur travel

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...
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How to tell good paella from bad: Tips from a Mallorca chef

How to tell good paella from bad: Tips from a Mallorca chef

Not all paellas are created the same. We asked local Mallorca paella chef Ramón Cifuentes, who leads our Making Paella: From Market to Mouth tour, how to tell the awesome from the awful. If you’re planning to visit our island of Mallorca, no doubt you’ll want to enjoy the local...
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Mixing Melbourne’s booze with history

Mixing Melbourne’s booze with history

It is easy to lose yourself in a new destination, and in a city like Melbourne, you may never want to be found. This is a place that makes it tough to want to leave the vibrant city centre, with its myriad of intensely hued laneways and kitschy restaurants being...
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A wine guide to sipping your way around the Mediterranean

A wine guide to sipping your way around the Mediterranean

When it comes to wine, the Mediterranean has a long and rich history. The area’s warm climate, agricultural techniques and local varietals produce unique white, red and sparkling wines you won’t find elsewhere. So raise a glass and sip your way around the Mediterranean, with this handy guide on what...
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A spicy adventure in Zanzibar

A spicy adventure in Zanzibar

If variety is the spice of life, then Zanzibar is nature’s supermarket. East Africa’s favourite island playground, Zanzibar appeals to those who want to heighten their senses in a kaleidoscopic world of flavour. The island is renowned for its exotic aromas, spices and herbal remedies, and discovering these delights in...
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