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Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant

Posted on Jan 5, 2016

Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant is more or less a giant neon vomit onto a bunch of reflective surfaces. It’s wonderfully crass, and definitely worth a visit. It’s part Daft Punk, with a smidge of...

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Selfie Coffee: all your questions answered

Posted on May 13, 2015

Because you all have so many questions about caffeinating a picture of your face, I’m going to tell you all about this important issue. I went to this place once, and that makes me an expert.   Where and...

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The lies that protect the stones: a weekend in Siem Reap

Posted on May 7, 2015

National Geographic has lied to you. Repeatedly. And so has every other glossy...

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Throwback thursday – Changi Jewel from 1952?

Posted on May 7, 2015

Changi Airport is arguably the world’s best. Okay, I haven’t been...

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Throwback Thursday: VR Man

Posted on Apr 30, 2015

In the late ’90s Singapore’s Media Corp produced this live-action...

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Koyasan – Japan’s monastery-filled mountain retreat

Posted on Apr 28, 2015

This slideshow requires JavaScript. We ended up at Koyasan through clumsy and...

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Throwback thursday – Kampong Glam’s past

Posted on Apr 23, 2015

This little snippet of the history of Kampong Glam is worth a watch. Haji lane...

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Notes from the Underground

Singapore is one of the few countries where it's possible to visit every last train station. So I'm doing exactly that. Slowly

Good Eats

This part of the world is fill of some truly amazing foods. Some flavours are great, others are a little more acquired. Find out more here.

The Great Outdoors

Air conditioning is pretty popular around here, and eating is the national sport. But there are still plenty of things to do outside.


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    Forget retail therapy. Think, archery, boating and getting a maid. This is all about the strange little things that seem to appear in shopping malls in this corner of the world.