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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Tokyo, Japan: Many varieties of ramen are distinguished by their broth - typically pork bone, chicken stock, or soy sauce. But they’re all enjoyed the same way: with loud slurping. 650-900 yen ($6-$9); try Ramen Jiro or Hotogisu.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Seoul, Korea: For a bowl of something unbeatably hearty, seafood kalguksu features knife-cut wheat noodles in a steaming anchovy or beef broth. 4,500-7,000 KRW ($4-$6.50); try Myeongdong Gyoja.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Yangon, Myanmar: In mohinga noodle soup, usually enjoyed for breakfast, a sweet catfish stock is served over vermicelli rice noodles. 300-500 kyat (31-51 cents); try Bogokye Aung San market or Feel Myanmar Food Restaurant.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Taipei, Taiwan: Tender, red-braised oxtail is the long-simmered star of Taiwan’s beef noodle staple, swimming in a rich, dark broth fragrant with five-spice and bean paste. 150-180NT ($5-6); try Tao Yuan Street or Dao Xiao Mian.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Hong Kong: Prawn wontons? Egg noodles? Bouillon soup? No need to decide - have it all in one cozy but relatively light wonton noodle soup, complete with leafy greens and extra shrimp. 25-30 HKD ($3 or $4); try Mak’s Noodles.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Hanoi, Vietnam: Long, thin noodles cradle various cuts of beef like flank and tripe in pho, often garnished with bean sprouts, onion, lime and, of course, cilantro. 30,000-50,000 dong ($1.5-3); try Pho Thin or Pho 10.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Manila, Philippines: Sotanghon is more of a soupy noodle than a noodle soup - but this Filipino equivalent of chicken noodle soup is so comforting that it's made the cut here. 120-200 PHP ($3-$5) for 2; try Pakibalot Panciteria.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia: For the more adventurous foodie, the Khmer dish of kuy teav typically includes pork, beef, or fish balls alongside intestines, liver, and tongue. 4,000-6,000 riel ($1-1.5); try Kandal Market or Central Market.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Joo Chiat, Singapore: Mee rebus means dressing egg noodles up with a curry-esque gravy, plus a sprinkle of green chilies, fried shallots, and bean sprouts for extra oomph. 2-4 SGD ($1.5-$3); try Afandi Hawa & Family Mee Rebus.

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    10 Noodle Soups in Asia To Keep You Warm

    Kuching, Malaysia: A cousin to the famed assam laksa, sarawak laksa is a less spicy coconut-based vermicelli noodle soup laced with lemongrass, chicken, prawns, and shredded egg. 5-7RM ($1.5-$2); try Chong Choon Cafe.

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