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This private kitchen on a secluded beach is run by chef Margaret Xu, who calls her cooking New Hong Kong. A former ad-agency owner who taught herself how to cook, Margaret grows her own organic vegetables and uses old-fashioned tools, such as stone-grinds and terracotta ovens, to create Hong Kong classics with a clean, contemporary twist.
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Located just a convenient 3-minute walk from Mekhong River Front in Luang Prabang, Thinda Guesthouse is one of the best budget hotels in Laos. The family 2-star Thida Guesthouse is set in a market area minutes away from Ock Pop Tok and Wat Xieng Thong. The night market is just a 10-minute walk away. Luang Prabang International Airport is a 20-minute ride from the hotel.
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Building on the popularity of bike touring in the Onomichi area, roughly 50 miles east of Hiroshima on the Seto Inland Sea, the new 28-room Hotel Cycle offers bike-friendly check-in, bike racks in most guest rooms and an adjacent bicycle service and rental shop
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Bangkok and Chiang Mai are the country’s big culinary centers, boasting the cream of gourmet Thai restaurants and the best international cuisines. The rest of the country is by no means a gastronomic wasteland, however, and you can eat well and cheaply in even the smallest provincial towns, many of which offer the additional attraction of regional specialties
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The cheapest and easiest way to sample Laos food is from the stalls in the markets – as long as the food is fresh and hot it will be safe to eat. Traditionally, Laos food is very spicy – Laos people will often add chilies by the fistful and use heavy seasoning – but this kick is often tempered for the western palate. Fish sauce is often used to flavor dishes
Read more : http://asiagreentravel.org/en/foods-and-drinks/laos-food-and-drink.html
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