From noodle soups to toast slathered with butter and kaya, from dim sum to greasy fried noodles, from white coffee to 7-UP floats, breakfast options in Ipoh are endless!
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This time is ripe for exploring all that’s there in our own backyards, unearthing the little secrets of our hometowns and (re)discovering them in a whole new way.
Despite the chaos and confusion of urban India, a walk through Hyderabad’s old city transports you to Quli Qutub Shah’s capital, a city he envisioned as “a replica of paradise, unequalled in the world.”
Nestled in the wooded hills of Meghalaya is Shnongpdeng, an idyllic village on the banks of the crystal-clear emerald-green Umngot River. It is fast emerging as the NE’s water sports capital! Visit to find out why.