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Where to Find the Best Asian-Fusion Eats in Mebourne

Where to Find the Best Asian-Fusion Eats in Mebourne

Like the influx of varied cultures that now populate Melbourne, some of this city’s top-notch gastronomic experiences are a beautiful blend of cuisines that mix Australian produce with Asian ingredients and techniques. Expect robust dishes with a complex layering of flavors, rich aromas and incredible fare full of heart –…

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The Hippest Boutique Stays in Asia Pacific

The Hippest Boutique Stays in Asia Pacific

If you’re anything like the team at The HUNT Guides, when you go on vacation, you don’t spend much time in your hotel room – there’s just too much to see, do and taste! That said, there are few things better than retiring to your room after a long day…

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Singapore’s Most Intriguing Small Museums

Singapore’s Most Intriguing Small Museums

When it inevitably rains while you’re in Singapore, don’t let the weather ruin your day: check out one of these eclectic museums. They’re so engrossing, you won’t even remember what your original plans were. Originally founded as The Raffles Museum in the 1800s, today the seven story, eco-friendly Lee Kong…

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Bangkok’s Loveliest Riverside Restaurants

Bangkok’s Loveliest Riverside Restaurants

Resort Sala Rattanakosin. Image courtesy of the venue. Besides offering a welcome escape from city traffic and smoggy air, dining on the banks of the Chao Phraya River gives one a glimpse of old Bangkok, amidst Buddhist temples, wooden houses, former warehouses and faded-brick shophouses. The steady river breeze, creaking…

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The Most Splurge-Worthy Independent Shops in Shanghai

The Most Splurge-Worthy Independent Shops in Shanghai

Looking to do some shopping in Shanghai? Take some advice from resident Sophie Friedman and check out these fantastic, independently owned shops. Culture Matters Closet-sized sneaker shop Culture Matters is the place to go if you’re in the market for a pair of Feiyues. Inspired by the shoes worn by…

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Where to Find Authentic Latin Eats in Miami

Where to Find Authentic Latin Eats in Miami

One of the most frequent requests The HUNT Miami writer, Margarita Wells, get from readers of her blog is for dishes they can eat only here. When she first started fielding these requests, her default response was to send them to the closest place with a decent Cuban sandwich and colada,…

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The Most Delish Late-Night Nosh in Shanghai

The Most Delish Late-Night Nosh in Shanghai

Whether you’re a night owl or in need of sopping up the booze before calling it a night, Shanghai’s late night eateries have you covered: here, you’ll find everything from street-side noodles to Bund-side scallops. Closet-sized Yakitori Fukuchan grills up its namesake skewers of veggies and meats with sides like…

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The Best Independently Owned Hotels in Singapore

The Best Independently Owned Hotels in Singapore

Singapore brims with hotel options. There are flashy high-rises with rooftop infinity pools, five-star resorts surrounded by lush tropical forests, the usual hostel offerings and everything in between. So where should you lay your weary head when you’re in The Lion City? These are our top picks. Found amidst a…

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London’s Top Curry Houses

London’s Top Curry Houses

Until fairly recently, the answer to where to find the top Indian restaurants in the world was not India but Britain. Some folks still reckon that’s the case and, with the old guard still dishing out the standards with spicy aplomb and young talents offering a 21st-century take on what…

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48 Hours in Chicago

48 Hours in Chicago

The birthplace of the skyscraper and home to some of the most famed architecture on the planet, Chicago is not only strikingly beautiful, but a city where dreams come true. Maybe it’s the strong sense of community and support inherent in Midwesterners. Maybe it’s the chip on our shoulder from…

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