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.
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.
Are you planning to travel to Singapore as a tourist? Well, if so, then it is crucial to understand some of the things that can lead you into trouble. Your travel agent at Visa Express may mention some of them, but detailed research may reveal more. This publication will cover the common things you should avoid doing when you visit Singapore.
Sydney is best known for its many beaches and attractions. But one of the most compelling attractions in the city is its many coastal walks. Imagine just walking by the ocean, sand beneath your toes, and the wind blowing your hair and your troubles away.
The idea of living off-grid is popular with people who are looking to regain their independence from the modern world without the need to compromise their quality of life. There are plenty of remote locations across the UK which prove appealing to those looking for this lifestyle too.