Dessert is never just dessert—it brings you to a state of bliss that only your taste buds can take you to. Trust us when we say these seven mouthwatering sweet escapes from the Philippines can change not just your blood sugar levels, but your life as well!
Words: Abby Yao
A champion of seasonal produce and good eats, Maggie Beer is among the most recognisable faces in the Aussie food scene. Originally a Sydney-sider, Beer tells Travel 3Sixty° how moving to South Australia’s Barossa Valley sparked her interest in cooking, and shares with us the strangest thing she’s ever eaten, as well as recipes from her latest tome, Maggie’s Christmas.
Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan
For some, Christmas without roast turkey and all the trimmings would just not be Christmas. But, the turkey doesn’t always rule the roost at Christmas dinners. Across the world, Christmas is celebrated with unique festive dishes that reveal rich local history and quirky twists.
Words: Li-Hsian Choo
Has the student become the master or has the master learnt from the student? We’re not quite sure but what’s sure is that we’ve got both Tony Fernandes (the boss) and his apprentice Jon Yabut in a “He Says, He Says” showdown on the new inflight Christmas meal!
Special Guest Reviewers: Tony Fernandes & Jonathan Yabut
The Philippines is a nation that is geographically set apart from mainland Southeast Asia, and comes with its own unique traditions and practices. It is a country defined by devout Catholicism, emerald-green rice fields, buzzing megacities, festivals and feasts, colourful jeepneys, smouldering volcanoes and truly resilient people.
Words : Efi Hafizah Hamzah Photography : Adam Lee & Getty Images
Christmas is fast approaching, and Indonesians everywhere are getting for mudik (homecoming). Our very own Indonesian monkey asked his friends what they missed most from Christmas celebrations back home, in lieu of the jolly holiday spirit.
Words: Ari Fajar
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