It’s the time of the year again when Singapore transforms into a shopping paradise, giving both locals and tourists the best deals at the lowest possible prices. Read more
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Posted on 09 June 2017
It’s the time of the year again when Singapore transforms into a shopping paradise, giving both locals and tourists the best deals at the lowest possible prices.
Posted on 06 June 2017
Posted on 11 May 2017
Dragon boat racing is fast becoming an international team watersport, especially now that the annual festival originating from China is being celebrated in neighbouring Asian countries and even across the globe.
Posted on 10 April 2017
Posted on 31 March 2017
While Thailand is a popular Southeast Asian destination throughout the year, it welcomes an even greater number of visitors every April, when the nation celebrates the famous Songkran Festival. What is it about this Thai festivity that makes it significant to locals and similarly popular to tourists?
Posted on 01 March 2017
You’ll know springtime has come when the freezing temperature begins to warm up and the trees that have lost their leaves start to grow again. Find out which Asian countries are the best destinations to partake in spring festivals and catch the iconic cherry blossoms in full bloom.
Posted on 10 January 2017
Chinese New Year, the most important festival in the lunar calendar, has become a worldwide celebration. The best festivities take place in Chinatown, whose narrow streets lead to an enclave of culture, traditions, and authentic cuisine.
Posted on 17 November 2016
One of the widely celebrated religious holidays in Asia, Christmas is not only the season of giving, but also of upholding age-old traditions that have evolved through time. Learn how different races, cultures, and religions come together during the most wonderful time of the year.
Posted on 16 August 2016
It is during the month of August that restless spirits are released to roam the earth in a celebration called the Hungry Ghost Festival. Originating from Chinese traditions, it is widely observed by Buddhist and Taoist communities, taking the opportunity to offer paper money, food, and incense sticks to the deceased.
Posted on 22 July 2016
These are the people you meet while travelling almost everyday or occassionally. Through the course of your travels, you'll happen to meet a lot of different people everyday. It's always nice to meet these kind of people when travelling. It also happens to be that you might be one of them as well. Have you meet them lately?