Smaller spaces, crowded roads, a MTR system which is older than modern Singapore; complemented by the bustling business district, high end boutiques and cosmopolitan population – All these make Hong Kong a unique holiday experience. Here’s a complete travel guide to Hong Kong.
Most of us in Singapore have been to Phuket, Krabi, Koh Samui, Bali and the likes. Sanya is a close-by family getaway with ample to do for everyone. Some of it will surprise you, shock you even, while the other things you will probably fall in love with. Go ahead, book your flight and see for yourself.
From the best sights and attractions to the best beaches and the best eats – the things that you can do in Bali are aplenty. We share with you some of the top things to do in Bali, that will let you experience the island as best as you can, in a short span of time.
Bali is a foodie paradise but for reasons unfathomable, it is underrated as a food destination. Follow this guide for a vegetarian food trail in Bali. From traditional Balinese fare to exquisite Western Desserts and everything in between, you will be indulged till you can satiate your cravings.
EatRoamLive takes you on a 2-day vegetarian food trail in Jaipur on a short trip. From the must-have Onion Kachoris and Gatta Curry to fruity ice creams and Tadka Maggi, here are some of the best vegetarian eats in Jaipur.
The Bali Vegan Festival 2017 is an annual 3-day event (6-8 October). It celebrates animals, the environment and the earth and is a great event for vegans and those exploring a vegan lifestyle.
The Raj Palace, Jaipur is a hidden gem that affords many larger than life, unique experiences. EatRoamLive highlights 5 that will have you on the next flight to Jaipur.
When you talk about Jaipur, you think royalty, big havelis, forts, art, craft and of course, food. Once you’ve eaten in Jaipur though, the order in which you remember these things might just get changed, with food topping the list. Here is a lowdown on some of the lip-smacking vegetarian eats in the Pink City – fine dining as well as street food. Samode HaveliRead Now
Kawaii was the only Japanese word I learnt during our 2-week-long trip to Japan. Our twins managed to draw a crowd (well, almost) anyplace we went and we were frequently greeted with sounds of “Kawaii, Kawaii”, which means cute, by the way.