El Nido Island hopping tours and details

There is no direct flight to El Nido. This means that you will have to (a) fly to Puerto Princesa, the capital city of Palawan and travel 6-7 hours of long and winding road or (b) fly to Coron and take a boat trip for 7-8 hours to reach El Nido. Yes, it sounds stressful.

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Epic reasons why I fell in love with El Nido

It would take several lifetimes to explore the 7,000+ islands that make up the Philippine Archipelago. But, probably the best place I’ve been in the Philippines is El Nido, Palawan. The 5-6 hour van ride from Puerto Princesa is definitely way worth it!

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A first timer’s travel guide to Camotes Island

Camotes Island, particularly Santiago Bay area happens to be our favorite go-to place when we want to move away from the hustle and bustle of the city. There is a wide range of activities that everyone can do – whether you are looking for some quiet time or some adrenaline adventures.

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Interesting sights along the Singapore river

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.

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Swim on top of the world at Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

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.

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