Embarking on another diverse global journey, Bourdain kicks off the fourth installment of Emmy-nominated Travel Channel series "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations" in one of his favorite Asian destinations: Singapore.

A gastronomical crossroad of Indian, Chinese, Malay, and Indonesian cuisines, Singapore, and all of its splendor, serves as an idyllic backdrop to kick off the new season on Monday, January 7 at 10 PM (ET/PT).

Whether seeking out the best vendor for the favorite local dish, chicken rice, visiting a reflexologist for a traditional foot massage to diagnose all that ails his body, or sampling the unique fare at a downtown hospital chic concept restaurant – Bourdain savors this destination’s balance of modern development and time-honored culture.

New for season four, viewers are encouraged to visit TravelChannel.com/Bourdain where Bourdain will write a weekly blog on whatever inspires him. Additionally, he will host a monthly podcast, “Tony and Friends,” featuring conversations with various guests on a wide spectrum of topics. These new additions will launch on travelchannel.com January 2.

With Singapore as a delectable amuse bouche to what promises to be a highly satisfying main course, season four of "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations" circles the globe, taking viewers on a one-of-a-kind, Bourdain-style tour of each city and country along the way. Uncovering the best eateries, quirkiest haunts, and most colorful characters in every location, Bourdain explores locales including: Vancouver, New Orleans, Scotland, London, Greek Islands, Jamaica, Laos, Uruguay, Colombia, Egypt, Cuba, Romania, Hawaii, Tokyo, Spain, and Papua New Guinea.

New episodes of season four run through March.