January 26 in Australia is celebrated as Australia's National Day - Australia Day. Here is a quick guide at how Australian's enjoy the day, what it means to be Australian and the cultural significance the day embodies for all Australians new and tradtional.
This is Asia and here are some of the most incredible markets that will put on a culinary show like you have never seen, from chicken feet to bird's nest soup, century eggs to fried tarantulas, there is nothing that won't be popped, slurped, gobbled, devoured or gulped down.
New Year’s Day, which falls on January 1st, is a public holiday so most people have the day off of work. But New Year’s Day is usually spent recovering from the real celebration, which takes place the night before on New Year’s Eve.
Often referred to as the soft option compared to travel in India, Sri Lanka is just as colourful, aromatic and excitingly explosive, what it doesn't have is the swarming hordes of humanity. Formerly known as Ceylon, this jewel sits in the Indian Ocean at the foot of India cloaked in rainforests, highlands, never ending plains and sweeping sandy beaches where traditional fishermen can be found tinkering with their traditional catamaran fishing boats.
This week we profile blogger Melissa Chue, whos life is all about food and travel. She is a Singapore-based writer and marketer who writes Chue On It. A self-proclaimed foodie, Melissa started blogging in 2013 after her friends kept asking her for travel recommendations.
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