What Comfort Food Do Singaporeans Take On Their Travels?

Is it one or all of these?

China – Instant noodles
10 May 2016

China – Instant noodles

Indonesia – Sambal sauce
10 May 2016

Indonesia – Sambal sauce

Singapore – Milo
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Singapore – Milo

United Kingdom – Tea bags
10 May 2016

United Kingdom – Tea bags

France – Cheese
10 May 2016

France – Cheese

Hong Kong – Pocket tissue
10 May 2016

Hong Kong – Pocket tissue

United States – Toilet paper
10 May 2016

United States – Toilet paper

Australia – Vegemite
10 May 2016

Australia – Vegemite

Russia – Playing cards
10 May 2016

Russia – Playing cards

The Netherlands – Hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles)
10 May 2016

The Netherlands – Hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles)

Germany – Haribo gummy candy
10 May 2016

Germany – Haribo gummy candy

Spain – Jamon (ham)
10 May 2016

Spain – Jamon (ham)

South Korea – Kimchi
10 May 2016

South Korea – Kimchi

Japan – Miso soup
10 May 2016

Japan – Miso soup

Switzerland – Pocket knife
10 May 2016

Switzerland – Pocket knife

We’ve all experienced this, especially when we’re in a Western country — after multiple meals of steak, salad, pasta and sandwiches, we find ourselves hankering for a steaming, MSG-laden cup of instant noodles. Which is why it’s not unusual to find Singaporeans packing more than a dozen of them for a long trip.

But is it really instant noodles that Singaporeans can’t do without when overseas? The answer is revealed in a study by Lowcostholidays.com, along with edibles (and other inedible must-haves) that travellers of other nationalities take with them on their trips. Click through above and see if they are what you thought them to be.

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