When it comes to travelling, Southeast Asia has long been a favourite amongst individuals from all over the world. When you start to look through what it has to offer, it becomes pretty simple to see why. Many areas are budget-friendly, which takes a lot of pressure off you when you’re planning and saving for your trip.
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.
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.
Whether you live in South East Asia or on a vacation to this vibrant side of the world, there’s an interesting façade that’s hip, rocking and rolling. If you thought SEA is only all tropical weather, pristine beaches, towering palms and year round summer vibe, then perhaps, you haven’t partied here! Its eclectic cities have no shortage of options that can set the right mood for party. Excellent nightlife, great pubs and bars fixed to an epic level.
Booking.com is a site offering accommodation throughout the world, from London all the way to Australia – and everywhere else in between. With the huge range of different places to visit though, the hardest part of planning a holiday is working out which place to visit. So, this guide should give you the inspiration you need to find a city that suits your needs and desires. What’s more, all of the places mentioned below can be booked via Booking.com, and have a variety of different accommodation styles found in them.
Singapore, even though it is often deemed as one of Asia’s most expensive tourist destination, is oozing with free thrills and attractions that would surely bring joy to backpackers and frugal travelers. From a spectacular light show to exciting nature trips, there are dozens of cool freebies in Singapore that can put you into a state of euphoria.
I can honestly say that one of the main reasons why I visited Singapore is because of the Universal Studios. I love Theme Parks, sue me. I am in my mid-20’s but I am still a kid at heart. I spent one full day in Universal Studios, yes a whole day! But, trust me, it is not enough to ride all the attractions, that’s why I am definitely getting an express pass on my next visit.
Chinatown, Kampong Glam and Little India are testimony to the island-nation’s rich ethnic, cultural and historical heritage. The districts are home to religious monuments as well as quaint shophouses selling ethnic goods and cuisine. They provide an insight into the cultural fabric of Singapore and are perhaps the country’s truest attractions, having stood the test of time.
Singapore might be a bustling and busy business empire of the world, but even in this happening metropolis, you can get an old world colonial charm and at a much more leisurely pace. Surprised? Well, you will not be anymore when you climb on one of Singapore’s iconic bumboats and take a cruise on its river.
The other day, I spent my afternoon at Ku De Ta Club Lounge. I saw the famous infinity pool and my God, it is gorgeous! So, when I heard that my College Professor and his family has a room in MBS, I sucked in some guts to invite myself in for few hours of pool loving. It was also a good way to unwind after a few days of sightseeing in Singapore.