A good meal can do wonders for jet lag, so when I arrived in Singapore after my 18-hour flight, I decided to forgo sleep and, instead, do as the locals do when hunger strikes: visit one of Singapore’s many “hawker centers” for a sampling of the diverse cuisine. These open-air food courts offer an array of inexpensive dishes that showcase the Chinese, Indian, and Malay influences that make up Singapore’s population. Walking among the food stalls, I felt right at home. Sure, the fare was ...

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