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It’s back people! The Canberra Night Noodle Markets

By Rosemarie John

One of Canberra’s most iconic foodie events, the Canberra Night Noodle Markets, is returning to the city from Friday, 25 February to Sunday, 6 March! Over ten nights, Canberrans will experience the vibrant Asian street food festival, with stallholders including crowd-favourites: Gelato Messina, Wonderbao, Hoy Pinoy, Teppanyaki Noodles, Flying Noodles, Twissto and May’s Malaysian Hawker, as […]

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Good Life Food – Our very own warung in Canberra

By Rosemarie John

No road detour was going to stop us from grabbing a bite this afternoon. Good Life Food was the destination. Located on the ground floor of a commercial building next to the Woden Police Station is an unassuming Indonesian restaurant run by Chef Daniar who has called Australia home for some 25 years. Daniar is […]

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Miss Van’s Eating House – new beginnings

By Rosemarie John

Getting a taste of new beginnings! Congratulations to Andrew Duong and Miss Van’s for bringing the much missed flavours back to the Canberra food scene. Boasting highly treasured and I bet secretly guarded recipes from his nan, Andrew shared a glimpse of what is to be Miss Van’s eating house. With the current ‘limited’ menu, […]

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Delightful Malaysian Food at Ho Jiak

By Rosemarie John

Malaysian food has been on my mind lately, and not the kind I make myself, but the food from Ho Jiak instead. During these trying times, dinning out or interstate travel has not been an option, but with restrictions easing a little and restaurants opening their doors to a few number of patrons at a […]

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Morning Dew a Denman Prospect favourite

By Rosemarie John and Joseph Ellis

We wandered in on a crisp Canberra morning and was immediately greeted with the aroma of brewing coffee. It was about 7.30am but Morning Dew was already busy with suburban folk and tradies popping in for a quick breakfast grab. We ordered the Benny Dew and a croissant with scrambled eggs. Benny Dew is the […]

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Are you connected to the tourism/travel/hospitality industries or travel media in any way? If so, please specify how (kindly include any relevant company names/Web sites!).
Founder of Travel and Beyond, I contribute to the local newspapers and magazines in KL, Jakarta & Singapore, I also write for airlines on a freelance basis.
On which destinations & travel topics can you advise members especially well?
Bali, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore
What destinations are you most interested in learning about?
Rome, Greece, Jordan, Egypt
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Malay

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Rocking at the Rock Bar on Jimbaran Bay, Bali

For those of you celebrating a joyous occasion whether a birthday, an anniversary or just a night out to chill with friends, there can be no better place than The Rock Bar at Ayana Resort & Spa in Bali. Built in 2009 and situated on natural rocks 14 meters above the Jimbaran Bay, it was truly a…

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At 1:47pm on March 1, 2011, EnLinea Media said…

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