People in Singapore can interact with the installation to send dandelion fluffs floating virtually to locations in Japan to bloom into flowers, and vice versa – evoking connectivity in difficult times. Available from today until November 15, Gardens by the Bay’s Supertree Grove plays host to Dandelion, an interactive installation that allows people in Singapore and Japan to interact with each other via dandelion fluffs. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Gardens by the Bay and Japanese creative force NAKED present Dandelion
Gardens by the Bay will reopen its ticketed attractions in phases, beginning with Flower Dome on July 1, after a closure of close to three months since the circuit breaker began in April.
Members of Gardens by the Bay’s Friends of the Gardens membership programme will be able to visit from July 1, while the public can visit from July 11. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Flower Dome At Gardens by the Bay Reopens in July with European-themed Display
Hey guys, how are you? Are you guys practicing social distancing as best you can? I know the title looks kind of morbid, but we all need a bit of lift-up in our traveling spirit to get through this moment. So, if you already find Jetstar Singapore flight promotions along the way, don’t lose track of it, who knows? The promo might still be up for these destinations once the travel ban is lifted. Not just from Jetstar, but other airlines like Scoot, Singapore Airlines and such. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE]Top 5 Destinations to Revisit Again Once Travel Ban is Lifted!
Tegenungan waterfall is one of the attraction spot to visit in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. It is approximately an hour drive from Seminyak and we decided to do a day trip to explore the waterfall. I was here for my friend’s wedding over the weekend and we have one day to spare to explore Bali. Continue reading [BALI TRAVELS] Tegenung Waterfall At Ubud, Bali | Indonesia- Instagram-worthy Attraction Place
One destination that should be at the top of every traveler’s bucket list is Malaysia. The Southeast Asian country is not only well-regarded for its exceptional cuisine, but it is also filled with many superb landmarks you’re unlikely to forget, such as KL Tower and Batu Caves. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE]A Solo Traveler’s Guide to Malaysia
Sapa is in the northwestern mountain areas of Vietnam. It is located in the Lao Cai province, Sapa, around 320 kilometres away from Hanoi. Sapa has been one of the trekking attractions in Vietnam. Tourists are awe by its breathtaking scenery of rice terraces, mountain peaks, local ethnicity and cultural diversity. As years to come, more and more tourists flooded the place. Here are ways to get you here with different mode of transportation. Continue reading [SAPA TRAVEL GUIDE] How to get to Sapa from Hanoi | Vietnam
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One of the main reasons to take a vacation is to check out the nightlife in other cities. From theater and comedy, to casinos and gaming, to bars and clubs, a city’s nightlife can make or break your vacation. Below are some of the top destinations worldwide for the entertainment-focused traveler. Continue reading [TRAVEL] Top Entertainment Destinations Around the World
Eak Teng Yu Ki is one of the oldest traditional coffeeshops in Chinatown, Bangkok. It is said to have a sister-coffesship called Eiah-Sae which is nearby too. So, instead of going to On Luk Yun this time, I visited this classic traditional breakfast place that is been around for more than 90 years or more. Eak Teng Yu Ki is run by a Hainanses-Chinese owner that serves traditional Hainanese-style brewed coffee and classic breakfast. Continue reading [BANGKOK EATS] Eak Teng Yu Ki (เอ็กเต็งผู่กี่) – Traditional Breakfast in Bangkok Other Than On Luk Yun
Take a walk to Jalan Horley on Sunday mornings if you are in Ipoh town. The street is also called “Memory Lane” , “Loken” or “Pasar Karat” (rustic market) by the locals. This is the open-air flea market that happening every Sunday morning. Continue reading [IPOH TRAVELS] A Walk to “Memory Lane” – Sunday Flea Market in Ipoh
Thanks to AirAsia for sending me to Langkawi to experience Holiday Quickies over the weekend. Langkawi, Malaysia is known for the natural landscapes and island paradise by the locals and also tourists from overseas. The best part is that alcohol is not taxed on the island so that explains why drinking can be cheap there. Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 3D2N Weekend Trip to Langkawi, Malaysia with AirAsia