Lucky for us who stay in the little red dot, our home is in such close proximity to our neighbouring countries. This gives us an excuse to have a quick weekend getaway whenever a long weekend arrives or whenever there is an airplane ticket promo (whichever comes first).
And let’s face it, Singapore has everything we could possibly want. But once in a while, an exploring trip overseas wouldn’t hurt – for a different experience, for a weekend of alternative fun, for feasting on the food that we do not really get back home, for any and every reason you can possibly think of! Traveling needs no excuse, though.
Jakarta is literally a short one-hour plane ride away from Singapore and there is so much you might not know about this metropolitan. What if we tell you that with S$300, you could have 10 different experiences that expose you to the Indonesian culture, get a taste of some of Jakarta’s famous cuisines, and have some pampering?
If this gets your attention, keep reading this itinerary that consists of 10 things to do in Jakarta for 3D2N with under S$300.
The pretty desserts and cakes at Cake Spade have earned a prime spot on our social media feeds. And recently, they upped their ante with this gorgeous Unicorn Cake Shake (S$14.90). Totally bringing milkshakes to a whole new level!
The amount of pet-friendly cafes in Singapore are on the rise, and more animal lovers are often on a look-out for such avenues to spend time with their furkids, or have a chance to meet like-minded individuals who are equally fond of animals.
Happenstance Cafe brings about a welcoming charm in its spacious and clean interior, a place where both pets and humans can conjugate to enjoy a meal together. The cafe takes pride in making your furkids feel at home and is packed with all the basic cleaning necessities for your little ones if they do make a mess.
We love HungryGoWhere Online Reservations for its insanely good monthly discounts, and this month is no exception. If you are fretting about where to head to for a meal this week, we have got you covered.
In the month of August, check out these two amazing offers – a fourth adult diner can eat for free at Kuishin Bo; at Cafe Iguana, every diner enjoys a free margarita and a free calamari for every confirmed table reservation with a minimum spend of S$20++ in a single receipt – only with HungryGoWhere Online Reservations.
If you are sick of the glitzy skyscrapers in Hong Kong, head to Sai Kung for a refreshing change of environment. Located in the New Territories, Sai Kung is a great neighbourhood to experience the local Hong Kongers’ way of life. From indulging in fresh seafood, exploring the pristine beaches of Sai Kung East Country Park to cliff jumping at Sheung Luk Streams, there are many fun activities you can keep yourself occupied with.
Here is our guide on what to do at Sai Kung in a day. Instructions on how to get to Sai Kung Waterfront, Sai Wan Beach and Sheung Luk Streams are included in this guide too.
With HungryGoWhere Online Reservations, be wowed by their exclusive offers every month; your wallets will be thankful! If you are not sure where to head to this weekend, we have some fantastic ideas for you.
Check out the two amazing discounts from HungryGoWhere Online Reservations where you can enjoy a Boston Live Lobster from The Boiler at only S$1++, or a free meal at [email protected]’s international or seafood buffet for the fourth diner!
Located conveniently at North Bridge Road, Hyde & Co. is an Instagrammer’s heaven with natural sunlight coming in, hitting the minimalistic white walls and furniture inside.
Singapore’s proximity to other Asian countries has entitled many Singaporeans to frequent overseas travels. The emergences of budget airlines and AirBnb have further facilitated this privilege – there truly has never been a better time to travel than now.
In this curated guide, we will show you how to travel to Hong Kong with just S$290 (includes air fare, activities, accommodation, transportation and meals). There is no need to stay in a hostel or scrimp on food; traveling on a budget without the compromise of comfort is very possible.
With just S$290 per person, you can sample the best food Hong Kong has to offer and visit iconic sites in 3 days 2 nights.