Sabx2 Wanton Mee — Overhyped, Subpar Wanton Noodles You Shouldn’t Waste Your Calories On

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Sabx2 Wanton Mee isn’t an unfamiliar name and if it’s your first trip to Bangkok, you probably would have been recommended to try their Thai-style wanton mee and pork trotter rice.

This majorly hyped-up wanton noodle store in the heart of Pratunam is famous for their Thai-style wanton mee and many claim it to be one of the best in Bangkok.

We used to be big fans of Sabx2 Wanton Mee but unfortunately, the standards have dropped drastically and it is no longer worth a visit.

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48 Hours in the Charming City of Kraków, Poland

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Poland might not be the first place you’d think of as a holiday destination. But this country has everything, from its history, culture and food to the sea and mountains. And it’s a pretty affordable European destination!

The former royal capital of Poland, 21st century Kraków is a city which still retains its old-world charm. Home to multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites and famous for its medieval core the Old Town as well as its trendy Jewish quarter Kazimierz, Kraków provides a glimpse into what Europe was like back in the day. READ ON

5 South Korean Cities Other Than Seoul To Realize All Your K-drama Dreams

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With the bursting popularity of Korean pop culture in recent years, South Korea has seen a huge influx of foreigners on their shores dying to know more about the country. It’s capital Seoul, together with Busan as well as Jeju-do are the tourist hotspots. But South Korea is more than these cities!

With 85 cities, this large peninsula has plenty to offer – from amazing food and breathtaking views to rich history and culture. So on your next trip to South Korea, consider taking some time to visit other parts of the country, and see what these underrated cities have to offer.

Seeing as how the Hallyu Wave is not dying down any time soon, here are just 5 cities other than Seoul to get you started on your journey to explore the beautiful country of South Korea. READ ON

Thipsamai Restaurant - Is This The Best Pad Thai In Bangkok?

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A classic favourite for many in Thailand is pad thai. Sweet, nutty and full of varying texture, this stir-fried noodle dish is a must-try when you visit the land of smiles.

Of course, some places do up the dish better than others and one place that is dubbed to have the best pad thai in Bangkok is the legendary Thipsamai. The pad thai here is so famous that they have even earned themselves a Bib Gourmand award by the Michelin Guide.

Located on the outskirts of Chinatown, Thipsamai has been around since 1966 and the store is constantly flooded with both tourists and locals. However, like every other hyped up establishment, the real question is, are the insanely long queues really worth it?

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12 Tips On The Best Things To See, Do & Eat In Hongdae, Seoul

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Seoul is one of our favourite destinations in Asia and the city is known for its many distinct and lively districts where you will never get bored of the endless shopping, delicious local food and exciting things to do.

Ask any local where you should go when you are in Seoul and many will tell you that Hongdae is a neighbourhood you must not miss. It is not difficult to guess why Hongdae is one of the top choices—there is just so much going on!

From indulging in spicy Korean Army Stews and getting a tipple with your friends in a bar to street shopping and catching street performances, here are 12 Things To See, Do & Eat When You Are In Hongdae. READ ON

8 Night Markets In Kuala Lumpur That Are A Feast For Both Your Eyes And Taste Buds

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The capital city of Malaysia is replete with eateries that will delight even the most sophisticated of gourmands. On the other end of the spectrum, Kuala Lumpur is also perfect for sampling local street food steeped in rich culture—this offers you a wholly novel experience from simply dining at regular indoor food joints.

A visit to Kuala Lumpur is no doubt incomplete without visiting one of these ubiquitous “pasar malams” that reflects the Southeast Asian lifestyle. From a plethora of unique delicacies, super cheap clothing, household knick-knacks to funky accessories and souvenirs, the night bazaars here are absolutely happening (and worth tackling). Do remember that bargain is de rigueur.

Are you ready to discover and appreciate the melting pot of Kuala Lumpur? Select a day, brace through the lively night markets and pamper your taste buds while you are at it.

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Berlin Café Guide – Where To Get A Pick-Me-Up En Route Your History Trip

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The capital and largest city of Germany, Berlin is a city with so much history.

From the Holocaust memorial to remains of the graffitied Berlin Wall, it’s one place you must visit especially if you’re a history buff.

In recent years, Berlin’s social food scene has been buzzing with third-wave cafés due to Berliner’s growing affinity for artisanal coffee and refined taste buds. With more and more cafés popping up, here are some places for a pick-me-up en route your history trip in Berlin.

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Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin — What To Expect At One Of Bangkok’s Largest Night Markets

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You can’t say that you’ve been to Bangkok unless you’ve experienced their night market scene. Bangkok is home to a plethora of markets that sell anything and everything that you could need; from food to the latest fashion trends to services like manicures and perms, they’ve got you thoroughly covered.

If you don’t have much time to go night market hopping in Bangkok, the one market you need to head to to get the full experience is the famous Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin, which is also known as Rot Fai Train Market. There are a number of similar train markets across Bangkok but this is one of the bigger ones.

This market is a little out of the way from central Bangkok but we promise you that the journey is completely worth it.

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