10 Important Things To Note Before Travelling To Europe

Travelling to Europe

A trip to Europe is always an exciting one to look forward to. From jaw-dropping landscapes to majestic structures (seriously, I can never get how detailed some of the buildings are, especially when they were built without the technology we’ve got today), each holiday there feels like a unique adventure. So make your trip a fruitful one with these 10 things to note before travelling to Europe.


6 Places in Singapore You Can Escape To

Punngol Waterway

While we’re best known for our rags-to-riches story, from a sleepy fishing village to a cosmopolitan metropolis today, one thing’s for sure: we’ve grown so much, it’s definitely hard to avoid the crowds in Singapore today. Honestly. Just ask any resident here, and they’ll attest to that. So where do you go when you’re looking to escape the city bustle, or are simply seeking pocket-friendly options for a quiet retreat? These places have the answers:


5 Things You Should Do In Your 20s

Piazza Navona Rome

Like most people in their 20s, life is about to begin for me. I graduated from university not too long ago, secured my first job, still live with my parents at home, but I am enjoying my financial freedom, and have all the time in the world to do whatever I want. In short, this is the best time of my life.

But all too soon, the dream life will fade, and responsibilities will come into the fray. So here are 5 things you should start doing when you are in your 20s.


Why You Should Experience Living Abroad for a While

Why you should live abroad

When I first found out I was accepted into a university in Brisbane, Australia in 2010, I was resistant to the idea. For several reasons, too: It was unfamiliar territory, I was going to be away from home for an extended time (a first) and I knew no one there. But eventually, I had a great experience during my stay, and I don’t regret a thing. Yes, it may sound scary being away from familiar surroundings, it’s something I feel everyone should try, at least once.

Here’s why you should experience living abroad: