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South Indian Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: South Indian food in Kuala Lumpur is quite literally finger licking good. The banana leaf meal is a Tamil tradition to be experienced. Consisting of rice, curry, vegetable sides and condiments, the meal is served on a banana leaf – without cutlery or crockery. Diners are required to sit on one side of the table while the meal is served from across the table with plenty of ceremony.
Tea Gardens in Istanbul, Turkey: Istanbul is dotted with outdoor cafes; when shaded by vine covered trellis’ or surrounded by greenery they are known as ‘tea gardens’. These are perfect places to relax during a hectic day of sightseeing.