Whether you are a die-hard fan of FC Barcelona, an architectural enthusiast that salutes the works of Antoni Gaudí or simply an admirer of the surreal Spanish coasts, Barcelona is a magnet for tourists from all over the globe. Catalonia’s cosmopolitan capital boasts an eclectic mix of diverse culture, tantalising tapas as well as a rich architectural history.
It certainly is not difficult to fall in love with this Spanish city, especially in the presence of its hospitable locals and breathtaking scenic spots. Amidst modern skyscrapers and colossal shopping plazas, there still lies picturesque monuments that have withstood the test of time and give Barcelona its irresistible charm.
This list puts together the top 12 places and sights that you simply must visit to be able to better fathom the reason why Barcelona is what it is today. Here Are 12 Notable Places In Barcelona To Witness The Catalan Capital’s Charms.
The folks behind The Naked Finn have introduced BurgerLabo which takes over the space of the now-defunt Nekkid, rebranding the small bar-and-bites eatery into a spot for gourmet burgers in Gillman Barracks.
Their new diner is conceptualised around their winning Basic Burger that is anything but basic, given that it was perfected after numerous experimentations since it was first launched in late 2015.
Housing many relics from the Vietnam war—including real-life tanks, choppers, artillery and ammunition, the War Remnants Museum is consistently popular with tourists, particularly Western tourists.
Few museums around the world convey the harrowing and brutal effects of war so powerfully and so accurately. In fact, many of the tools, machines and torture devices of the war are well preserved here, painting a dreadful story of the unthinkable atrocities that happened during the war.
There are many documents and photographs shown in the museum that may prove to be rather difficult to stomach. But for what it’s worth (a ticket costs just 15,000 VND per foreigner), we dare admit that the museum is truly worth spending half a day at, for what you’re likely to find, learn and experience is truly unlike any other.
Sure, there are plenty of beef-centric eateries all over Singapore, all of which are constantly beefing themselves up to gain an advantage over their competitors. With so many variety of beef dishes available, sometimes all we want is just a comforting dish of Steak Frites – steak with fries for the colloquial speak.
It’s a beloved french classic and a staple at western stores in coffee shops here, yet this deceivingly simple dish makes it all that more harder to pull off and have it taste good. Fret not, here is our Guide on where to find Steak Frites in Singapore.
Each time someone talks about visiting Bintan, many are quick enough to dismiss it as yet another idle vacation of doing absolutely nothing. However, that is not necessarily true.
Beyond the idyllic resorts in Bintan actually lies a trove of exciting outdoor activities. Holiday makers, this beautiful Indonesian island awaits!
Here are 10 things to do in Bintan Island besides lounging around.
With the surge in popularity of home delivery services so you can stuff your face with everything from fast food to sushi and seafood platters, do you also know that you can get durian delivered to your place? Having ripe durians delivered to your doorstep so you can avoid dealing with the spikes and smell sticking to your car is a much appreciated convenience for us.
Feasting on the King of Fruits is a gift to our tropical country. While you can head down for durian buffets or markets to choose your own, door-to-door delivery services wherever you are means we can enjoy our creamy or bitter joys in the comfort of our own homes—without actually having to step out.
With that, here are 8 durian delivery services in Singapore that all you durian lovers can count on and need to know when the craving hits.
Unsurprisingly, the capital of Taiwan—Taipei—is a popular vacation destination amongst Singaporeans and many other regional travellers. The Asian city is famous for its glorious street food, bustling night markets and cultural attractions.
Unlike Singapore, Taipei is blessed with a cooler climate and temperates do dip to approximately 13°C at its lowest in January.
We understand that most of you are too swamped with work and whatnot, so we have curated a 4D3N Taipei Itinerary for you guys. Here are 20 Tips On What To See And What To Eat in Taipei In Just 4D3N.
Singapore’s nightlife means the partying and feasting doesn’t stop even after the sun goes down.
Partying is subjective; the old bones in us can’t do it every night. But who says we cannot eat supper every night? From Nasi Lemak to Frog Leg Porridge to Dim Sum, we will never run out of options (and reasons).
Here, we list 21 of our favourite supper spots in Singapore. Do share your favourites with us too!