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Lonely Planet Publications, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel - 220 pages
Lonely Planet Singapore
Take in the scent of spices as you trawl through the five-foot-ways of Little India
Ride the MRT out to little-visited Singapore surprises
Discover why locals leave food out on the streets during the Hungry Ghost Festival
Wok-fry your own way to food nirvana
In This Guide:
Two authors (including a resident), over 900 hours of in-city research, 47 durians consumed
Expanded coverage of neighborhoods including two new walking tours and three new excursions
Cultural insights and local secrets from a comedian, a curator, a theater director, a writer and a scholar
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About the author (2010)

American-born expatriate and USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism fellow Joshua Samuel Brown has lived in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China since 1994, and has traveled extensively around America, Canada and Belize. Being a prolific traveler and writer, his features have appeared in an eclectic variety of publications around the globe, including the South China Morning Post, Business Traveler Asia, Clamor Magazine and Cat Fancy. To date, Joshua has co-authored four travel guides for Lonely Planet (Taiwan 7; Belize 3; Singapore 8; Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos & the Greater Mekong 2). Joshua's debut book, Vignettes of Taiwan, offers tales of betel-nut beauties and how to avoid jail time by impersonating a Mormon, and is available at bookstores in Asia, through Amazon or at Google 'Snarky Tofu' to follow Joshua's strange journey around the world.

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