If you share your life with pets, you might find it difficult to just get up and go for a holiday. You need to plan your pets’ arrangements too. Just as many people book holiday flights and accommodation many months in advance, it makes sense to do the same with pet care. Pet related services are busy end of the year so it’s best to … Continue reading Treat your pets to a cage-free holiday
Loi Krathong, Thailand The beautiful festival of Loi Krathong takes place annually on the evening of the full moon of the 12 month (November) in the northern parts of Thailand. Derived from the words ‘Loi’ meaning to float and ‘Krathong’ which is the item floated down the river, the festival is accompanied by the release of offerings into the river to pay homage to the … Continue reading Top 3 festivals in Asia to see in November
So it is already October, the Halloween season is here. The season of ghosts, evil spirits, witches, zombies and scary stories. We have compiled a list for some of the most haunted places in Asia that promise to give you goose-bumps! Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan, India The fort of Bhangarh in Rajasthan is perhaps the most haunted place in Asia and is also listed as one of the … Continue reading Five of the most haunted places in Asia!
Every year Universal Studios Singapore celebrates the All Hallows‘ Eve, or All Saints‘ Eve, popularly known as Halloween. The entire studio is transformed into the scariest, spookiest and probably the eeriest place in Singapore. For the seventh year running, Universal Studios Singapore’s (USS) Halloween Horror Nights is back to terrify thrill-seekers all over once again, with the darkest and most twisted horrors! This year the Halloween Horror … Continue reading USS Halloween Horror Nights 7
Situated at an hour’s ferry ride away from Hong Kong lies the island of Macau. A place rich in cultural diversity and history, Macau was deemed to be the very first Asian country to be colonised by the Europeans. Since then, many things in Macau are still heavily influenced by the Portugese culture, even the language itself! A one-of-a-kind destination for all, here are the … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Go On A Day-trip To Macau
With so many exciting events happening from mid to late 2017 in Hong Kong, particularly the Ultra Music Festival and the 29th Macao International Fireworks Display Contest, surely you’d want to make this city as the next destination for your worldly travels! While Hong Kong may be more well-known for its glitzy skyscrapers and fun theme parks, there’s actually a lot more that this island … Continue reading The Ultimate 6D/5N Hong Kong Itinerary
Sushi Making Class Being one of the more well-known and well-enjoyed Japanese food for the past decades, enjoying Sushi is a must to anyone that is travelling to Japan. But why eat when you can learn how to make your own Sushi? With this half-day Sushi making lesson, visitors are given the chance to learn how to create their own delicate Sushi pieces with the … Continue reading Top 10 Experiences You Should Not Miss In Japan
Everyone’s got their own reasons as to why they love Bali- be it the serene beaches, vibrant night life, striking sunsets or tranquil paddy fields. As for me, my reason would be a combination of all that and so much more. For all the destinations that I have covered through travelling, never have I ever been to a place that offers such a diverse range … Continue reading 5 Top Tips Before Hiking Mount Batur, Bali
A place that breathes a million dreams, South Mumbai is a traveler’s paradise. From the intricate British architecture to the liveliness of the city traffic and the crowd that’s so infectious it wraps you with love and joy pumping you to live more, live free. Here are top five things to do when you travel to South Mumbai: VT Station A marvellous glory to the … Continue reading We heart you South Mumbai!
Yes you read it right, Penang now offers massage treatments that involve… well, knives! The treatment of ‘Knives Massage’, more commonly known as ‘dao liao’, is said to have originated from as far as 2,500 years ago in China. The treatment acts as a traditional remedy to preserve the health benefits of its patients. By transferring positive energy into a person through the ‘conductive steel’ of the … Continue reading Penang’s ‘knives’ massage