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The space in this case is minimal, but places in the world are uncountable. What are you waiting for? Take your dream vacation now

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Let’s make memories all over the world! Let’s capture beautiful sunrises and serene sunsets. Let’s sleep under the stars and wake to the sound of waves

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71% of the world is made up of water, explore atleast 50% of it. From unknown quaint islands to islands buzzing with tourists, explore them all

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From camel rides to tumtums, from shikara boat rides to local trains, explore the country like never before

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All we need are palm trees, sand between our toes and a little bit of paradise

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Moving ahead with this plan, it is always advisable to prepare a 2 days Singapore itinerary to visit all the important hangouts where the true charm of Singapore lies. 
Remember, a well planned trip always works wonder. So, here are few top picks:

Watch reefs and dolphin at the Sisters Islands Marine Park –

The water over here is blue. Yes! You heard it right! The color used to use to define water in the books is what you get to see here. Perhaps this is the reason why people prefer to enjoy snorkeling and swimming in this marine park. At the same time, you get to see the coral reefs, probably the richest ones of Singapore, under the water. Beside snorkeling and swimming, choose shades of the palm trees to grab a small bite from your picnic basket. At the Sisters Islands, go for free guided tours and take pleasure of watching dolphin playfully moving around in the water.

Tip: wear flat, covered shoes; take picture but not reefs; don’t feed any animals

Explore ‘the little island’, Sentosa –

Explore this little island getaway that lets you get the best view of Singapore from its 450 feet high Tiger Sky Tower. Walk into the famous Underwater World Aquarium and watch closely the beautiful marine world lying hundred of meters, down the water. Have fun in the Universal Studios Singapore and stroll along Sentosa Boardwalk to enjoy the beautiful cityscape. Don’t be surprised if the trip takes half a day of your schedule.

Tip: You need to pay around $2.50 USD to enter Sentosa

Spark up your spirit with Forest Adventure –

The myth is – Singapore and forest adventure; these two words don’t go together. However, McRitchie Reservoir Park has proved it wrong. Go for the Tree Top Walk – a free suspension bridge tied between two highest point of the Park, offering a stunning view of the thick forest and the wildlife. Else go for biking at Bukit Timah Mountain Bike Trail and get that adrenaline rush. Do you still need anything more to boost up your adventurous spirit?

Tip: The Tree Top Walk is open from 9am – 5pm daily. The biking trail of Bukit Timah Mountain has undergone restoration and so, it’s much safer for mountain biking.

Commune with nature in the Gardens of Singapore –

How about spending a family picnic in the Botanical Gardens with free concerts as a treat? It does sound exciting. The Botanical Garden of Singapore has an incredible collection of horticultural and botanical attractions that’s worth visit. Besides, you cannot forget the famous Gardens by the Bay, lying 22meters above the land at the Supertrees vertical gardens.

Tip: watch the tallest indoor waterfalls, located in the Cloud Forest.

Watch movie under the sky at night –

Watching movies in cinemas sounds cliché when you are in Singapore!  So, here comes MovieMob that offers free drive-in movie concept all over Singapore.  If weekend movie treat is a must-do activity for you, come and be part of this community to enjoy movie under the stars and sky without spending a penny. The community also lets you vote for your favorite movie.

Tip: Check their social media profile page to track their next movie screening destination

Catch a glimpse of China in Chinatown –

Get a glimpse of traditional Chinese life in Singapore. Settled beside the modern Central Business District, Chinatown offers everything of China; right from its culture to its food and lifestyle. The streets are filled with restaurants, temples and shops.

Tip: Don’t forget to get the Chinese souvenir from Chinatown.

Museum Hopping –

Bar hopping? Duh! How about museum hopping? Singapore has 5 free entry museums. Just go and take a journey into the historical past of Singapore. Start off from the National Museum of Singapore, then move on to Singapore Art Museum, Asian Civilisations Museums, ArtScience Museum, Peranakan Museum, Reflections at Bukit Chandu and Our Museum @ Taman Jurong.

Shop till you drop –

If you or your travel companions believe in ‘shop till you drop’ concept, drag yourself to Singapore Really Really Free Market. Yes, everything that is laid over there on display is absolutely free for you. If by mistake you keep your purse over there, it will be considered free. Joke apart! You get to see the real spirit of Kampung over here. If the ‘free’ concept doesn’t instigate your shopaholic spirit, go for budget shopping at SCAPE bazzar that takes place every weekend. MAD Pyjamas (Market of Artists and Designers) is another option, happens on every Friday.

Tip: Be sure to explore the Little India, one of the vibrant places of Singapore, situated at the east of Singapore River.

Cruise down the Singapore River –

Aboard on the cruise to take a tour down the Singapore River! The entire journey let you enjoy the nice scenic beauty of Singapore. Hit off to the riversides like Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, Esplanade and Bayfront South.

Grab a seat at a free concert of Esplanade –

After a long tour around Singapore, give a treat to your eyes and ears. For that, nothing can be a better than catching up a free concert of Esplanade. From international musical acts to theatre productions and festivals, all kinds of world-class performances are held in Esplanade.

Tip: catch a show in one of its theatres and experience its acoustics

The list is endless and you might end up extending your stay in this city-state. With its fast development face and vibrant nightlife city, the city has a lot its kitty to offer you. So when are you planning your trip to the Lion City? make sure you don’t miss out on picking up the best option for your memorable trip. Do try these things to do in Singapore. Also you can create your own singapore itinerary for above things or you can get the suggested Singapore itinerary 5 days at triphobo.

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Top 15 Cheap Restaurants In London

New Year can be a great time to explore the city of London. Jingle bells, chilling weather and the grilled fragrance of food and coffee are something that define the cityscape of London at this time. No festivity can be complete without having great food. And if that comes at budget prices, nothing can be better than that. Some of the top restaurants in London might be costly to dine in. so we will offer you a list of budget restaurants in London that certainly offer lipsmacking food at fairly low prices. These are some of the cheap restaurants that offer best food in London:
1. Counter Café
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While craving for a sumptuous brunches, salads and pies, head to Counter Cafe in London! What adds to a good meal is good music that lights up your spirits for the New Year. Moreover, you can enjoy the view of trees and the Olympic stadium while sitting and having your lunch or breakfast.
Address: 7 Roach Rd, London E3 2PA, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £25
Best Priced Meal: homemade pie with side salad £6
Best Known for: French Toast
2. Regency Café
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Serving some of the finest food in London at affordable costs, Regency Café beams with pride in serving British cuisine. Opened in 1964 at Regency street, this is art deco style café that must be visited while you make a visit to London during New Year.
Address: 17-19 Regency St, London SW1P 4BY, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £16
Best priced meal:  lasagne al forno (£5.10)
Best Known for: Steak pie, chips and gravy
 3. Clutch
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For a full range of chicken options, Clutch is the best cheap eats in London. The menu offers a healthier version of junk food, chicken is free range and comes from a farm in Withshire and cooking is done with groundnut oil.
Address: 4 Ravenscroft St, London E2 7QG, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £38
Best Priced Meal: main courses here start at £10
Best Known for: fried chicken, free range fowl
4. Zeytoon
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For people who want to try out some Afghan/Persian food in London can head towards Zeytoon. This restaurant is well known for its Persian kebabs of lamb or chicken, or with Afghan specialities such as kalleh pacheh (lamb’s head and feet in broth), mantu (meat- and onion-stuffed dumplings with spicy sauce) and quroot (a sour cottage cheese made from sheep or goat’s milk). What adds to the attraction of this place is the Murals depicting Persian myths and ornate chandeliers inside the restaurant.
Address: 94-96 Cricklewood Broadway, London NW2 3EL, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £35
Best Priced Meal: chelow kebab with grilled tomatoes and rice (£6.95)
Best Known for: kebabs of all kinds
5. Koshari Street
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London is one city in the world that serves you the best of exotic range of food apart from its national cuisine. People staying in London would be aware of Koshari Street that serves mind blowing Egyptian street snack of lentils, pasta and rice topped with tomato sauce, fried onions and doqqa. All this at such low costs!
Address: 56 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4EA, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £17
Best Priced Meal: large pot of koshari (£6.50)
Best Known for: fried onions and doqqa (dukkah: an Egyptian spice blend)
6. La Polenteria
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Warm, little and cozy- this Italian restaurant specialises in savoury and sweet dishes based on polenta the cornmeal grain that is a staple of Italian cuisine. You can also add delightful toppings such as Tuscan sausages with borlotti beans. Must try here are Cornmeal-based desserts such as chocolate and coconut squares or cornmeal and almond cookies.
Address: 64 Old Compton St, London W1D 4UQ, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £38
Best Priced Meal: Sicilian caponata (£7)
Best Known for: burrata with cherry tomato sauce and basil
7. Gold Mine
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One of the best places to eat Chinese in London, this restaurant serves tasty Cantonese roast meats. Its regular visitors include students, locals and even visitors from Hong Kong.
Address: 102 Queensway, London W2 3RR, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £38
Best Priced Meal: Sicilian caponata (£7)
Best Known for: roasted duck rice (£6.80)
8. Delhi Grill
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Time foe some Punjabi food in London! Located in Chapel Market, this restaurant exhibits Bollywood theme and offers delectable Punjabi cuisine in all its forms. Freshen up yourself with coriander and coconut milk, or hearty slow-cooked rogan josh.
Address: 21 Chapel Market, London N1 9EZ, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £28
Best Priced Meal: the lunchtime deal of chicken karahi with tarka dal and rice (£6 regular, £7 large)
Best Known for: Samosa chat, Punjabi food
9. Beyrooths
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Beirut comes to London with full vigor and taste! Have your sumptuous Beirut’s cuisine amidst rough-hewn woods and huge metal scaffolding poles.  Vegetarian stews, such as okra served with vermicelli rice and garlic yoghurt, are worth a try here.
Address: 20-21 The High Parade, Streatham High Road, London SW16 1EX, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £35
Best Priced Meal:  main courses start at £10.50
 Best Known for: grilled lamb and hummus
10. Jerk City
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Jerk city serves authentic menu of Caribbean cuisine such as chicken (jerk, barbecue, brown stew or curry), curried mutton, oxtail, peppered steak, ackee and saltfish and stewed fish along with delicious rotis and good-quality sides such as rice and peas. A favourite with office goers and students!
Address: 189 Wardour St, London W1F 8ZD, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £30
Best Priced Meal: main courses start at £7.50 for vegetable roti
Best Known for: stewed fish
11. 19 Numara Bos Cirrik I
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Visit this restaurant for Turkish grilling and popular Turkish ocakbasi. This restaurant is known to serve smoky grilled kebabs such as the adana (minced lamb), vegetarian meze dishes (from stewed green beans to Russian salad). Quite a popular options for those who are trying to search for nice restaurants in London.
Address: 194 Stoke Newington High St, London N16 7JD, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £38
Best Priced Meal: mixed meze (£12.50 for two people)
Best Known for: lahmacun ‘Turkish pizza’ (£2)
12. Ngon
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Meaning ‘delicious’ in Vietnamese, Ngon lives up to its name. This friendly daytime venue has two dining sections: a front area with functional low tables and rattan stools, and a hidden, regular tabled seating space at the back. Vietnamese staples such as banh mi, noodle soups and rice dishes account for most of the low-cost menu.
Address: 195 Chiswick High Rd, London W4 2DR, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £25
Best Priced Meal: bun bo hue (spicy beef noodle soup with pork sausage, £6.95).
Best Known for: shredded duck banh mi
13. Big Apple Hot Dogs
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Enjoy New York style hot burgers in London! The hot dogs here are prepared from free-range pork, beef, or a combination of pork and beef, and served on buns from Anderson’s bakery of Hoxton. There’s a range of sizes, and toppings (free of charge) including fried onions, Polish sauerkraut, and pickled cucumber.
Address: 170 Caledonian Rd, London N1 0SQ, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: from £4 per head
Best Priced Meal: The Big Pole (£7)
Best Known for: The Frank Jr
14. Mosob
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Eritrean culture comes alive at Mosob. Its menu includes beautifully spiced lentils (timtimo), pounded and stewed chickpeas (shiro) and spinach (hamli). Meat eaters also fare well, thanks to the Mosob special (marinated lamb chops with spinach and lentils) and the muscular combination of hamli mis siga (tender stewed beef with spinach and garlic).
Address: 339 Harrow Rd, London W9 3RB, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £38
Best Priced Meal: main courses start at £8.95
Best Known for: chickpeas and hamli
15. Verden
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The place is lovely to look at, and the food at lunch and brunch (within cheap eats territory) is fab: cheese and charcuterie, enticing desserts, great breads. Finish with hedonistic puddings or lovely cheeses, and note: all wines are sold by the glass. The service is wonderful too.
Address: 195 Chiswick High Rd, London W4 2DR, United Kingdom
Cost of Meal for Two: around £35
Best Priced Meal: meat board for two (£13)
Best Known for: smoked salmon royale (£8) and the Verden club sandwich (£9): roast chicken, melted lardo, crisp pancetta, lettuce.
So which of these restaurants would you like to try?
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