If you like going off the beaten track when exploring new places, a self catering or do-it-yourself (DIY) trip might be the right choice for you. Unlike some tourists, if you don’t settle for sitting by the pool all night and you want to experience the culture, taste the local cuisine, and explore the secret trails, you will need to create a detailed budget to make sure your money will take you as far as you want to get.
Singapore is a multicultural city-state; it is home to a variety of people from diverse religious and racial backgrounds. Malay, Chinese, Indian and Middle Eastern cultures are present in Singapore creating a blend of customs and traditions.
Ever want to combine all the freedom and flexibility of a road trip with the luxury of a private vacation home?
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As avid road trippers, my husband and I have gathered a few pointers as to which vehicle is fit for every kind of road trip. Since every trip may differ from another, it may be difficult to pick a car that is best for you. Fret not, folks at cars.com have all the information and resources to help you decide the right car for your next road trips. But, if you have no single idea how choose the best road trip car, here are some pointers.
While we’ve already enjoyed the main throng of some of the biggest Australian music festivals, chances are you may still have some beauties left on the horizon. Or, if you’re a firm festie devotee, you could already be looking ahead to next year’s events. If your latest festival camping experience left you longing for home comforts or you’re a festival veteran who has come to realise you don’t need to slum it to be part of the action, this is the post for you. Today we’re looking at some of the essentials for creating your very own glamping experience. Let’s look at how you can luxe-up your festival trip with a few smart upgrades.