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Epilogue PH: A new chapter in Japanese-European cuisine
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Epilogue PH: A new chapter in Japanese-European cuisine

 fusion food (ˈfjuːʒən fuːd) noun "the food which is made using a style of cooking which combines traditional Western techniques and ingredients with those used in Eastern cuisine.", Collins English Dictionary



Conveniently located at S' Maison mall, Epilogue is the newest fusion fine dining restaurant in Manila which offers Japanese-European dishes. The bistro ...
Conquer Macau in 14 hours
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Conquer Macau in 14 hours

Macau is a living testament to the saying “East meets West.” It has the flashy and lively vibes of China blended with the charming remnants of its Portuguese influences. If you are in Hong Kong and have a day to spare, squeeze in a trip to Macau on your itinerary and be mesmerized by this quaint country of bustling casinos and interesting historical sights. Here’s my DIY trip to Macau:
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A dozen reasons to love Taipei
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A dozen reasons to love Taipei

If you enjoyed Tokyo’s Shibuya, Malaysia’s Petronas Towers or Korea’s Gyeongbokgung Palace, then you’ll definitely love Taipei! With Taiwan’s recent visa policy becoming more lenient to Filipinos paired with local airlines offering more cheap fares to Taipei, this underrated city is fast becoming a go-to destination in Southeast Asia. Need more convincing on why you should book a trip to Taipei? Read on ...
Darwin Dimsum: from Hong Kong to Manila
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Darwin Dimsum: from Hong Kong to Manila

I always enjoy eating dim sum and I’m so happy to have come across a new dining spot in Makati that serves my favorite Chinese dishes - pork buns, siomai, shrimp hakaw, prawn dumplings and chicken feet. Darwin Dimsum Hong Kong Special is a hole-in-the-wall resto that is somewhat similar to the famous Tim Ho Wan Restaurant but it takes the hunger games a notch higher by offering too-cute-to-eat dishes. ...
14 Best things I ate in Japan
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14 Best things I ate in Japan

Japanese food is more than just sushi, tempura and ramen. They have so much more tummy-filling dishes waiting for you to discover. Here are 14 of my best food and beverage finds in Tokyo: What is it: Warm honey lemon drink perfect for the cold Tokyo weather! This non-carbonated drink comes from a combination of honey (for sweetness) and 1% real lemon juice (for sourness). It’s a delicious ...
A taste of Vietnam
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A taste of Vietnam

Food will always be a significant part of any culture. This is why I believe that besides sight-seeing, you should also travel for food. You get to interact with locals, try out ingredients not available in your hometown and learn the history of a place through the cuisine they serve. Vietnam is known to be a culinary haven. Every alley is filled with local vendors selling the country's best dishes. ...
Winter in Japan: Itinerary
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Winter in Japan: Itinerary

Konnichiwa! :) Want a winter wonderland adventure? Visit Japan during winter which is from December to mid-March. I went to Tokyo in January and boy was it cold! The temperature ranged from -4 to 7 °C! Be sure to pack your coats, scarves and gloves to keep you warm. During the evenings, I highly recommend that you use a heating pad which you can purchase at most convenient stores (they serve as great hand ...
Ohayou Japan! (autumn itinerary)
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Ohayou Japan! (autumn itinerary)

Japan has always been one of my dream countries to travel to and honestly, I fell in love with the place, the culture and the people. Tokyo has become one of my favorite cities in the world. It’s a fast paced modern city that still gives utmost importance to its traditional past. Here you can see palaces, shrines and museums amidst towering skyscrapers and modern buildings. Japan also has fantastic food ...
Yogyakarta: Accommodation, Food and Shopping
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Yogyakarta: Accommodation, Food and Shopping

Where to stay: Rumah Mertua Boutique Hotel was highly recommended by my good friend (hello shobe!) who travels frequently to Indonesia so I didn’t think twice in choosing to stay here. It is 10 minutes away from Adisutjipto airport by car and a 15-minute drive to the center of Jogja. For temple runners, its 30 minutes away to Prambanan Temple and an hour away to Borobudur Temple.
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WanderJan

WanderJan is a travel blogger who shares her personal adventures from tips, guides, photos and food reviews down to the must-buy products and must-try activities. Follow her in her quest for once-in-a-lifetime experiences as she gets lost in the most fascinating places in the world.