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Eating in Singapore

A city-state shaped by Chinese, Malay, Indian and European influences, Singapore was bound to impress at mealtimes. You'll find a choice pick of restaurants here, but the true spirit of the city is in its hawker centres.
Outside dining at Timbre+
COMPILED BY RORY GOULDING, WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CRISTIAN BONETTO. PHOTOGRAPHS:TIMBRE+, ABAMJIWA AL-HADI/SHUTTERSTOCK

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Ah Chiang's CHINESE £

(facebook.com/ahchiangporridge sg; 01-38, 65 Tiong Poh Rd)

Join gossiping uncles and Gen-Y hipsters here for a little Cantonese soul food. The star turn at this retro corner kopitiam (coffeeshop) is charcoal-fired congee (a rice-based porridge). Do not pass by the raw sliced fish, delectably drizzled with sesame oil.

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In the November issue… Explore the east of Iceland, further from the tourist hotspots, but no less scenic; trace Australia's past along the rainforest-clad coast of northern Queensland; discover unsung wonders in the African island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe; learn how to recreate some of France's most enduring recipes on a gastronomic tour; snuggle up in the finest selection of cosy cabins around the world; and much more