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"Cities that you fall in love with are never about the attractions or famous sites. Almost always, it's serendipitous episodes with the locals, warmth and kind gestures experienced and places where there are many layers to peel away and discover."
A few that come to mind: Cape Town, Melbourne, Singapore, Taipei, San Francisco, Chicago, Bangkok, Paris, New York, Shanghai.
Chinatown Food Street a little sterile for true locals looking for great food, but I am sure a great choice for first time visitors. See http://chinatownfoodstreet.sg/ or http://danielfooddiary.com/2014/03/07/chinatownfoodstreet/.Chomp Chomp Food Cen... See More
Loof rooftop bar, The White Rabbit great restaurant, Bar Stories, Haji Ln, Burnt Ends Sg, Tiong Bahru Market, Dempsey Rd, Zouk Winebar, PasarBella @ The Grandstand.That's all I can come up with. Hope it helps. See More
You & Singapore are going to be a match made in heaven. Let's see, where do we start?For the unavoidables that everyone will suggest you try:1. Hainanese Chicken Rice (Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice)2. Chilli Crab (look no further than these few fa... See More
CYC The Custom Shop is by far the most famous and reputable one. But it is also at Raffles Hotel. Which also means it is about $120 - $180 but well worth the money. Quality fabrics and exquisite details. I had most of my work shirts and shirts for we... See More
Hey Catherine!Some great answers there. NYC is my fav city to go solo. And at first I was quite challenged to think of Singapore. But here goes:Accommodations:1. There are many backpacker's inn to meet other young travelers. I've never stayed in any,... See More
South Africa. Too many gorgeous breathtaking landscapes for sunset peekaboo. Drove down the Garden Route National Park and had too many. But the best was up atop table mountain. Great friends, towards the end of the best vacation ever. Great question... See More
Great to see you on Trippy again, Jason! Just wanted to say -- I am loving your answers! :) · (0 likelikes)
You've some awesome suggestions by others here, so in not repeating the obvious like laksa, otah, here are some awesome others to try.1. Sugarcane juice (any hawker centre in Chinatown). Price $1.50 - $2.002. Crispy curry puff Killiney Rd. Stall is c... See More
For authenticity, I second those suggested by others especially Muthu's Curry and Samy's Curry Restaurant. But the one truly memorable Indian restaurant I had the pleasure of dining at during my days in the corporate world is Rang Mahal in Pan Pacifi... See More
By the way, I absolutely love this question. Because it's one I ask when I explore new lands and have signals that I have reached a new stage with the city and am ready to peel the layers and dig deep. Also, I must qualify that there's a personal ves... See More