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  • Cassiopeia Sommergarten, Berlin, Germany | Laugh Travel Eat

    Top 10 wild things to do in Berlin

    This is post 7 of 7 in the series “Germany” I have always made it no secret that Berlin is one of my favourite city on the planet (perhaps with exception of Hong Kong). I had spent a total of 5 weeks in this beautiful capital of Germany and I probably would have moved there […]

  • Fraulein Kimchi Ramen Burger, Berlin, Germany | Laugh Travel Eat

    Top 5 Street Food in Berlin

    This is post 6 of 7 in the series “Germany” I’ve repeated stated that I’ve developed a taste of street food in Berlin. Honestly, I’m not sure if it’s a good or bad thing. My taste buds thanks me, but my wallet and waistline don’t. Berlin, though not exactly most famous for street food, aren’t […]

  • RAW Flea Market, Berlin, Germany

    Top 5 Markets of Berlin

    This is post 5 of 7 in the series “Germany” Berlin is the place where I fell in love with markets, just like I did with street food, vintage fashion and other things. I never fancied myself a fan of markets, but after visiting Mauerpark, I was hooked. Though I love the markets in London, […]

  • Mitte viewed from Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral), Berlin | Laugh Travel Eat

    The Ultimate Guide to Where to Stay in Berlin

    This is post 3 of 7 in the series “Germany” Berlin is the third largest capital of Europe behind London and Paris, and when visiting, it can be difficult to decide where to stay when visiting this captial city. When I first visited Berlin as a travel writer student with CTR Berlin, I had stayed in […]

  • Ishta Gate, Pergamon Museum, Berlin | Laugh Travel Eat

    The Ultimate Museum guide to Berlin

    This is post 2 of 7 in the series “Germany” I made it no secret that Berlin is one of my favourite cities in the world. My first trip there was a month long travel writing program with CTR that sparked my travel bug. Unfortunately, producing the guidebook didn’t leave me too much time to visit […]

  • 3 Things I Love about Berlin

    This is post 1 of 7 in the series “Germany” I had the privilege of living in Berlin for a month when I defied my parents and embark on a travel writing course CTR in the summer of 2014. To say I fell in love with the city would be a gross understatement. Be it the […]