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Posted by on Jun 21, 2017 in Travel Asia, Travel Destinations, Travel Singapore |

5 Ways to Fully Enjoy Singapore on Your Holiday

5 Ways to Fully Enjoy Singapore on Your Holiday

Singapore, an island located off Southern Malaysia, has gained its name globally as a holiday destination. Its popularity has risen over the years because of its diverse nature of what it offers. Whether you are an art lover, or a food fanatic, or into diverse culture ranging from Chinese to Indian to Muslim and so on, or nightlife lover, or a shopping lover, or an admirer of amazing architecture, or a wildlife lover, and so on and on, then be sure that Singapore is your choice for a perfect holiday. With all that and much more to offer, Singapore may sound as an expensive destination, but that isn’t the case. It is one of the few holiday destinations that gathers for those on budget as well. And as if all that wasn’t enough, the warmth and welcoming nature of Singaporeans will leave you amazed. 5 WAYS TO FULLY ENJOY SINGAPORE Since there are a lot of amazing things to do and breath-taking places to visit in Singapore, one may...

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Posted by on Jun 21, 2016 in Travel Asia, Travel Cambodia, Travel Destinations, Travel Malaysia, Travel Myanmar, Travel Singapore, Travel Thailand, Travel Vietnam |

6 Cities in Southeast Asia Worth Visiting

6 Cities in Southeast Asia Worth Visiting

Southeast Asia consists of a group of various countries between the Pacific and the Indian Ocean, comprising of indigenous cultures impacted by Chinese, Indian and Western culture. The region has been a favorite corner of the planet for a long time for globe hiking backpackers, and is popular because of its perfect beaches, low prices, good air connections and a tasty cuisine. Western travellers experience a totally different culture when they visit Southeast Asia. They will experience a tropical climate most of the time unlike the cold temperatures and snow during winter. Southeast Asia has many various amazing hotels which offer quality accommodations and services which fully satisfy your needs. These hotels include the simple lodgings in remote fishing villages and the lavish five star hotels in the larger cities and on the widely known islands. Check out Traveloka.com to see your options. The region has many cities which are worth visiting but here is a list of the six best cities to visit while in Southeast Asia: 1. Chiang...

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Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in Family Travel, Only The Best, Travel Asia, Travel Destinations, Travel Resources, Travel Singapore, Travel Style, Travel Tips | 1 comment

Best Parks in Singapore

Best Parks in Singapore

Also known as the Garden City, Singapore is covered in green in most of its parts. However, some of these spots stand out above other, offering great spots for everyone to enjoy. These parks are created to target different types of people ranging from nature lovers to those seeking spots for romance, outdoor dining and families and even for picnics. Best for Picnics The most popular park for picnic lovers is the Sembawang Park that is located on the beach side. A popular pass time activity in this park is fishing and most people can be seen around the parks in barbecue pits as well as picnic tables. Others can be seen on the natural beaches feasting while sitting on blankets with family and friends.(Image by Steel Wool) Best for Meditation The Pearl’s Hill City park is the ideal spot for meditating. It is built on top of a hill around a reservoir that is far off the busy streets of Chinatown. Visitors of this park experience tranquility and...

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Posted by on Jan 13, 2014 in Outdoor Nature Travel, Travel Destinations, Travel Resources, Travel Singapore, Travel Style, Travel Tips |

Escaping the Malls in these Green Environs of Singapore

Escaping the Malls in these Green Environs of Singapore

Singapore, a flush metropolis packed with malls, soaring skyscrapers, flats and a lot of concrete; is home to some very green oases. These surprising green belts and the region’s interesting offshore islands add that much needed touch of nature in this city-state. Next time you happen to be in Singapore, try to trade a regular jaunt in a mall for a nourishing walk in the park—you will not be disappointed! Pulau Ubin If you fancy playing castaway, head for one of the many offshore islands of Singapore. Pulau Ubin, one of the most popular haunts for nature lovers, is tucked off the eastern ends of Singapore and is basically a sleepy kampung (village) flush with dusty tracks, mangrove swamps, retro wooden houses, mountain bike trails and small huts topped with corrugated iron roofs. This island reminds visitors of the vintage Singapore in a 1960s loop. Here, you may choose to rent a bike for walk around for more fun. Remember to enjoy the attractions of Chek Jawa– a small...

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Posted by on Apr 29, 2013 in Travel Asia, Travel Brunei, Travel Cambodia, Travel Destinations, Travel East Timor, Travel Indonesia, Travel Laos, Travel Malaysia, Travel Myanmar, Travel Philippines, Travel Resources, Travel Singapore, Travel Thailand, Travel Tips, Travel Vietnam |

Going Southeast Asia? Have you Visa Ready!

Going Southeast Asia? Have you Visa Ready!

Traveling abroad on vacation, holiday, or long-term, requires plannings such as reserving hotels, book flights, obtaining appropriate entry visas, and of course, packing appropriately.  If you fly to Southeast Asia, fly.co.uk offers great deals on Thomas Cook flights. Check it out. As for budget accommodations (relevant great post), make a research on line for god and economical options.So if you are thinking of visiting Southeast Asia, you might ask yourself “what type of visas I need and for each of the countries?“.  The good news is that most countries in Southeast Asia allow entry either without a visa or will grant one upon arrival provided that your passport is valid and has at least 6 months available. However, each country differs in requirements, so if you are planning to visit more than one country during your trip, it is a good idea to know these requirements beforehand. Brunei   American citizens can enter Brunei visa-free for business or pleasure if they provide a passport that is valid for at...

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Posted by on Apr 17, 2013 in Accommodations, Budget Travel, Travel Asia, Travel Destinations, Travel Resources, Travel Singapore, Travel Style, Uncategorized |

Top 10 Hostels in Singapore

Top 10 Hostels in Singapore

If Singapore is your destination and you need a place to stay,then here are hostels that provide you good facilities and are affordable. 10 of the best hostels in Singapore have been mentioned here for you to choose from.  Keep in mind that prices showed here are subject to change. Pillows & Toasts Hostel  1. Pillows and Toast– 40, Mosque St One of the coolest hostels in Singapore. It offers well illuminated and designer rooms start at $28/bed. Located in one of the most happening areas, it offers a number of facilities and has received very good ratings in the past. This hostel has 2 locations that are near each other. We truly and personally recommend this one.   Location map of all 3 Beary hostels 2. Beary Beast– 16, Upper Cross Street, Chinatown: Located very close to the MRT and in of the most easily accessible parts of the city. It has facilities like Air conditioning, Internet Access and Washing Machines. It has a shopping strip near it...

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Posted by on Apr 3, 2013 in Family Travel, Travel Asia, Travel Destinations, Travel Hong Kong, Travel Singapore, Travel Style, Travel Thailand |

Top 5 Theme Parks in South East Asia

Top 5 Theme Parks in South East Asia

When you’re planning an outing that’s geared towards fun and thrilling excitement, consider spending the day, or even the weekend, visiting one of Southeast Asia’s top 5 theme parks. Theme parks are forever the ideal way to have fun with the kids, family, and friends. It’s not just the kids who enjoy the entertainment of the theme parks though. Many couples enjoy spending a leisurely day strolling through the park too; enjoying the scenery, the rides, the entertainment, and the scrumptious variety of foods that the theme parks have to offer. Not only are theme parks fun for the family, but they can be an attractive way to spend some quality time with your partner as well! There’s an amazing number of theme parks in the world today, too many to list! So let’s have a look at some of the finest theme parks in the Southeast Asia region. Top 5 Theme Parks in Southeast Asia: #1. Universal Studios Singapore: This particular theme park is Singapore’s one and only...

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