Unusual food and drinks: 5 joints in S'pore that take you around the world

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SINGAPORE - From digging into South African jerky to sipping on cocktails at a bar hidden in a bespoke tailor shop, transport yourself around the world with these unusual food and drinks.

The United States has jerky, Italy has prosciutto, Singapore has bak kwa. Preserved meat has its place in many cultures and Mr Mark Turner, founder of Baggie's butcher and deli, has brought South Africa's version to Singapore.

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