Arguably one of the best ways to unwind from a hectic work schedule, many Singaporeans would take time off work to immerse themselves in a relaxing staycation at one of Singapore’s many superb hotels. But after awhile, you may find yourself back at the same hotel which then begs the question if you should look for alternative spaces for your personal retreat.
Well, instead of opting to have your next staycation in Singapore, have you contemplated the thought of crossing the border to Johor Bahru for a staycation? To be frank, travelling into Johor Bahru doesn’t cost much and there are plenty of luxurious hotels with just as fabulous perks that you would love.
With that, we introduce to you 13 Hotels In Johor Bahru Below S$150 For The #Nextlevel Staycation. Why settle for less when you could have more?
While much of Japan’s tourism is primarily funnelled towards its capital, there is in fact, much to be seen in its more underrated and suburban areas. The Kyushu region consists of the third largest island in Japan and located in the northeast of Kyushu is its hot spring capital, Oita. The Oita Prefecture is one such area that not many may have heard about but is by far one of the most scenic destinations in Japan.
The vast volcanic area that occupies a greater portion of this prefectural territory boasts the abundance of hot springs. Famous throughout Japan for its onsen baths and resorts, the two tourist towns of Beppu and Yufuin attract millions of domestic visitors every year.
But that’s not all, the Oita Prefecture also boasts a stunning array of fun activities that are perfect for the whole family—from aquariums, museums, and even a pretty solid nightlife scene that the youth will surely enjoy.
If you are ready for a week of adventure and fun at the hot spring capital of Kyushu, read our 5D4N Oita Itinerary to know just where the best places to eat, have fun and sightsee are at.
A visit to Kyoto should always be on your itinerary if you ever find yourself in Japan. The ancient capital of Japan might be a little bit slow-paced as compared to the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, but it reflects a huge part of the rich Japanese culture and history.
Kyoto’s biggest attractions would probably be the sheer number of traditional temples. Most of them were built decades ago, and they still retain a certain rustic charm. But more often than not, we do not have the luxury of time to visit every single temple there is in Kyoto.
If you simply cannot make up your mind as to which temple you should go to, let our list of 14 Temples You Need To Visit While In Kyoto help you decide.
From multi-brand stores to full-fledge labels, Seoul is home to countless beautiful boutiques and stores that are totally made for the gram.
The amazing aesthetics and interior design of both independent concept stores and global fashion brands enhance your entire shopping experience in Seoul. Just stepping into the aesthetically-pleasing stores and being surrounded by the trendiest clothing make you feel a little more fashionable and stylish. Not to mention, you also get to take plenty of OOTDs there too!
Whether or not you are a shopaholic, these few boutiques in South Korea’s shopping districts are worth visiting, especially if you are one for well-designed spaces and pretty interiors. Here are 7 Stunning Boutiques And Stores In Seoul That Are 100% Interior Goals.
The Upper Thomson enclave is regarded by many as a foodie’s haven; you’d never go hungry there.
With so many food options to choose from and quite a number of eateries that open late into the night, you will never be short of options at any time of the day. From local delights to slightly more posh nosh and a smorgasbord of cafes and ice cream parlours, Upper Thomson is easily one of our favourite neighbourhoods to stuff ourselves silly at.
The food scene here is rather dynamic with eateries opening and closing as the months go by. If you are unsure of where to start, here is our comprehensive guide to 29 eats in Upper Thomson.
There is always something to look forward to when dining at teppanyaki restaurants. Perhaps it is the stylistic execution of grilling that you get to witness, or maybe it is just the fact that you can be involved in choosing the type of ingredients you wish to enjoy in your meal.
No matter the reason, dining at a teppanyaki restaurant will always be an exciting experience many people will enjoy. Well, this is why we have compiled a list of teppanyaki restaurants for you to visit in Singapore that range from affordable to premium prices.
To get you started on your teppanyaki journey, here is our guide to the best Teppanyaki Restaurants In Singapore. Apologies in advance, for the weight gain.
Are you sick of your usual supper spots? Minced Meat Noodles, Nasi Lemak, Frog Leg Porridge, Dim Sum—they are all amazing. Good as they may be, we all need a change because who doesn’t get tired of eating the same food every night?
If your neighbourhood supper places are starting to bore you, here are 12 Supper Areas in Singapore For Your Late Night Hunger Pangs—we’ve got you covered no matter which part of Singapore you stay at! You are very welcome. READ ON
Most travellers have placed popular Japanese cities such as Tokyo and Kyoto on their bucket list, but we reckon that Hokkaido—an enchanting island located on the northernmost of Japan—is too worthy of being listed on one of the must-visit destinations in Japan.
Most holidaymakers head to Hokkaido for winter sports, but the food is worth a special trip too. And you might actually already be somewhat familiar with Hokkaido’s food without realising it.
Let’s start with Singaporeans’ obsession with Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts. Additionally, we are also pretty damn sure you have had a Sapporo draught beer or a Miso Ramen. Well, here are 8 Types Of Hokkaido Food that you must try if you haven’t.