Majority of the family (read: everyone but Dad) are big fans of spicy and hot food. Our tastebuds thrive on spice and chili, always looking for the spiciest and hottest food we could get. And whenever we visit the dentist (who also happens to be our relative), we always come across Ziggurat Cuisine, amusingly situated […]Read More Ziggurat Cuisine: Afro-Asian hole-in-the-wall in busy Makati
Tokyo remains as one of the most expensive cities in the world, and this tag on the Japanese capital can seem scary for first-time travellers or travellers on a budget. But there is a way to enjoy this vibrant city without your bank account sweating it out. We’ve jotted down below are our suggestions that […]Read More Enjoying Tokyo on a budget!
Tokyo is a city of paradox: modern buildings of Akihabara sit right beside the 1,000-year-old Kanda Shrine; bright, crowded streets and scramble crossings in Shibuya contrast greatly with the quieter, more deserted neighbourhoods in Shinjuku; walking along with everyone are girls in maid uniforms and women in kimonos, boys in visual kei-inspired outfits and men in […]Read More Tokyo: towers, temples, trains