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Food & Wine in Southeast Asia

Singapore

Eating Singapore, Masterchef-style with Audra Morrice

Aleisha Orr "Food is the Singapore culture so it's a good place to start to get to know about the country," ex Masterchef contestant Audra Morrice tells me.

Indonesia

I know this great little place ... Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique

Chris Salans

Nina Karnikowski The French chef has Cordon Bleu training and a passion for Indonesian flavours.

Indonesia

Bali by the cookbook

bali cooking

Even the MasterChef generation can learn a thing or two from Bali's best chefs, writes Brigid Delaney.

Thailand

Bangkok's new beat

Ute Junker Atmospheric bars, pop-up dining, locavore food. It's Bangkok, but not as you know it, writes Ute Junker.

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Photo galleries

Photos

Singapore's greatest hawker dishes

Singapore food. Chilli Crab.

Tasty dozen: Terry Durack and Jill Dupleix name 12 of the best hawker dishes in Singapore - and tell you where to find them.

Bangkok's coolest sky-high bars

Long Table Bangkok

Bangkok's rooftops are thriving places housing bars, restaurants, lounges and dance floors. These are our favourites.

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Travellers Tips

Tips

Nuts for travel

Be prepared ... nut allergies can be a problem in Thailand.

Don't let allergies curb your wanderlust, writes Ben Stubbs.

Gourmet travel

New wave of foodies want their caviar, too

Jane E. Fraser As appreciation for good food and wine continues to grow, Australians are pursuing gourmet pleasures in unexpected destinations.

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Travel News

Fuel pump fault causes Qantas A380 to turn back mid-flight

qantas

GOYA DMYTRYSHCHAK 19 Apr | A Qantas flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne was forced to turn back mid-air because of a fuel pump fault.

I know this great little place: Roberta Sudbrack

NINA KARNIKOWSKI | When Roberta Sudbrack opened her self-titled restaurant in Rio, she brought to her kitchen the skills learnt from seven years' cooking at Brazil's presidential palace and her love of organic produce.

Frequent Flyer: Simon Westcott

JANE REDDY | Simon Westcott is the owner and chief executive LUXE City Guides.

Traveller letters: Thanks for the disloyalty, Qantas

An experience that reinforces last week's comment that Qantas does not care about its loyal Frequent Flyer members.

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