Rooftop bars with amazing views play a vital role in Hong Kong’s bustling nightlife and foodie scene. There is clearly no lack of such open-air establishments across the city and you would probably find yourselves spoilt for choice. While several of these featured bars are open in the day, we would advise you to visit in the evening to view Hong Kong’s landscape at its finest.
From Ovolo Southside’s Above Rooftop Bar to The Posh Sevva, here is our guide to Roof Top Bars in Hong Kong with Amazing Views! Each of these bars boasts unrivalled panoramic scenic views of Hong Kong and offer a selection of irresistibly delicious handcrafted cocktails. Read on more to find out which bar you should check out the next time you visit Hong Kong.
Shanghai might not be the capital of China but it is certainly the nation’s largest city to date. Accommodation prices are ever increasing each year and a holiday in this flourishing global metropolis is unfortunately not what you would consider cheap by Asia’s standards.
But fret not, because there are still several budget-friendly accommodations you can stay in. From Holiday Inn Shanghai Jinxiu, The Bund Riverside Hotel to Crowne Plaza Shanghai Fudan, here are 9 Affordable Hotels in Shanghai You Can Stay At For Under S$150 A Night.
Several generations ago, speakeasies referred to the unlicensed saloons where patrons were required to lay low about drinking at these illegal establishments. Today, a speakeasy bar typically refers to a bar’s concept, where its appearance is more often than not deliberately unnoticeable or even camouflaged. Speakeasies are all the rage right now on our sunny island! Some of them are incredibly difficult to locate – but good things are worth hunting for, right?
From cocktail speciality bar Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall, underrated alfresco The Bar Above, hidden underground gem Operation Dagger to award-winning 28 Hong Kong Street, here is our guide to 13 Best Secret Bars in Singapore that are worth making a special trip to.
Gone are the days where travelling leisurely is reserved for the wealthy. Vacations need not be extravagant and Singapore’s closeness to other Southeast Asian cities have equipped us with the privilege to frequent weekend travels. Why stay at home when you can venture out? Furthermore, Malaysian state Penang is only an 85-minute flight away from Singapore!
After spending a week in Georgetown, Penang, it dawned upon us that a getaway at this UNESCO World Heritage City is really a lot more affordable than what most people think – especially when you would be travelling without having to compromise on comfort. Starving yourselves is absolutely unnecessary and it helps that Penang’s street food is incredibly cheap.
From exploring Ernest Zacharevic’s street art, sampling Penang’s famous assam laksa to riding a trishaw, here is How You Can Travel To Penang For A 3D2N Trip With S$250 (All-Inclusive).
We know how Hong Kong’s dense skyscrapers might be suffocating over time. For a quick escapade, head over to the laid-back Repulse Bay for a temporary change of environment.
The resort-like destination is especially hectic over the weekend, so dropping by on a weekday seems more sensible.
From shopping at The Pulse, suntanning at Repulse Bay Beach, dining at Limewood to enjoying an afternoon tea at The Verandah, here is a brief guide on what to do, eat and see during a day trip to Repulse Bay in Hong Kong.
Most travellers have a misconception that Southeast Asia is not a destination for surfing, but they are absolutely wrong.
While our waters might not be of Surfers Paradise’s standards, we are actually still blessed with many beautiful beaches that are ideal for surfing and other water sports. Good news is that these scenic destinations are not too far away from Singapore either.
From Nha Trang’s Bai Dai Beach to Lombok Island’s Desert Point, here is our guide to 8 Best Surfing Spots in Southeast Asia. These listed places are inexpensive and boast great waves.
Despite being approximately 6,028 kilometres away from Singapore, Melbourne remains one of the most popular vacation destinations for Singaporeans. No surprise there, since the Australian city happens to be among the most liveable cities in the world.
Accommodation is actually relatively affordable and we have narrowed down gorgeous Airbnb homes that you can afford to stay at.
Here is our guide to 9 Pretty Airbnb In Melbourne You Can Stay At For S$150 Per Night.
Sick of afternoon teas and cafe hopping adventures in Singapore? Then why not spice things up a little by joining our sunny island’s toughest eating challenges! These eating competitions range from consuming a jaw-dropping amount of beef burger to insanely spicy chicken wings that will have you weeping in pain. Partaking in these challenges will be epic, we promise.
From Lau Pa Sat’s Satay Challenge, Little Diner’s Empire Burger Stack Challenge to Sunset Grill & Pub’s The Level 30 Hot Wings Challenge, here is our guide to 7 food challenges in Singapore that you legit want to join.