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.
For many Singaporeans, Malacca is a delightful place to go to for a short weekend getaway as the drive to the city is but a couple of hours. As part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, Malacca is also dubbed as the ‘Historical State’ due to its rich history as a colonised city under the Portuguese, Dutch and British rule.
Having an accommodation that completes the entire experience is important for us when we travel too! The Majestic Malacca takes you all the way back to the 1920s when it used to be a private mansion.
What you see today is a modern, luxurious hotel that has retained many of its age-old traditions reflected in the wooden furnishings, intricate floor tiles and vintage porcelain vases. READ ON
Everybody has different opinions and impressions when it comes to hotel preferences. Some would focus on the room size and interior decor, while others would look at the location and amenities. But there’s one thing (almost) everyone would love to do under the warm equatorial sun in Singapore—swim!
Hotel swimming pools have evolved leaps and bounds over the years. Going beyond its basic functions, modern pools incorporate aesthetically pleasing fixtures and features based on carefully crafted concepts, exuding charm and atmospheric appeal for hotel guests who might end up snapping rather than swim.
Follow us on a short journey as we explore 17 Unbelievably Gorgeous Swimming Pools In Singapore That Will Blow Your Mind!
The seasons don’t matter because Seoul is ever popular, and the world loves this Korean city for many reasons. Apart from all the K-pop stars and Korean dramas that the world is crazy about, Seoul offers a good mix of shopping, food, arts and culture, and history.
Of course, traveling to a city with such a booming tourism industry often means that a trip there can get pretty heavy on our wallets. We understand the pain of having to pay for exorbitantly-priced hotels.
We have sussed out 12 Hotels in Seoul under S$200 a night that you can consider for your next trip. You are welcome.
You probably did not know that you could enjoy the luxury of a private personal villa at just less than S$150 a night in Ubud, Bali.
It typically costs over a thousand dollars a night to stay in a 5-star world-class villa. But thanks to the rise of AirBnb, a wide variety of affordable luxurious holiday homes have been made available to those who are on a budget.
Read on to find out the 15 villas in Ubud, Bali that you can stay at for less than S$150 a night.
Family vacations are important because you get to enjoy time together and forge precious memories. For those who are unable to travel abroad, having a family staycation is a great and easy way for parents to recharge, relax and spend quality time with the kids.
And if you are having trouble finding the perfect staycation, here are 8 Family-Friendly Staycation Venues In Singapore With The Best Offers.
These hotels are offering packages tailored for families with children and as an HSBC Credit Cardholder, you get to enjoy extra perks such as complimentary breakfast for up to 2 adults and 2 children (up to 15 years old), an extra bed (very useful if you have an older child), complimentary room upgrades and more.
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.
Loft hotels are increasingly popular. Instead of conventional one-floor rooms, many are instead turning to these duplex rooms as a place to unwind from work stress or even for staycations.
Offering a spacious living environment styled with contemporary designs, spending a night in a loft room is ideal for a special occasion (such as Valentines Day, hint hint).
For those who are searching for a reasonably priced loft room to spend a night or two, here are 7 Loft Hotels in Singapore You Must Try For An Unforgettable Staycation.