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Singapore’s Ethnic Areas: Difference Defines an Island

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Difference is what makes Singapore unique.  Long has it been the melting pot for various asian cultures as Chinese, Indians, Arabs, as well as Malaysians, Indonesians, and countless others vied for a piece of the lucrative trade that has flowed through the area for hundreds of years.  Whatever brought them to the island originally, this mixing of cultures has created a unique environment of combinations and contrasts in which you can get a different cultural experience just by walking a …

Found in Singapore: Shrooms Burger at KFC

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You wait in line at the KFC to order the Shrroms burger, half wondering if the other people will judge you, but half not caring.  With shifty eyes, you order the burger and head to your table in the corner.  As you sink your teeth into the burger, the crispiness of the chicken plays on your tongue as the earthy flavor of the shrooms fills your palette. The food slides easily down your throat to go dance in your stomach …

Found in Singapore: BK Whopper Bar

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Whopper + Beer = Genius.  You eat fast food before drinking and drinking inevitably leads to eating greasy foods way too late in the night.  Why not take care of all of that in one spot?  It may not be classy, but it is effective.

Best Singapore Fine: No Durians!

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I would just like to applaud the city-state of Singapore for having the courage to do what’s right and finally discriminate against this fruit as they should.  I’m all for produce equality, but when one member of the community has been committing odorous offences for years without remorse, there comes a time when the powers that be have to come and ensure the rights of the populous to be free from nasal assault.  Personally, I’d much rather be surrounded by …

Found in Singapore: Kickapoo Joy Juice

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Kickapoo Joy juice raises a number of questions.  Why is it so green?  Does it have something to do with the nuclear cloud that seems to come from the pot of it on the label?  Is it really from the USA?  Is the original USA recipe superior to other Joy Juice recipes?  Will drinking this give me super powers or just diabetes? Who cares?  Get that kick!