It’s not hard to get bogged down by people after travelling for a period of time when there are crowds almost everywhere you go. Whether is it the jostling that you’re tired of or the general fatigue as a result of social interaction, animal cafes provide a little pocket of respite away from the usual hustle and bustle.
After all, there’s little that’s more enjoyable than lazing around with a cuddly friend.
If the conventional cat cafes aren’t for you, why not visit these animal cafes with animals you wouldn’t find anywhere in Singapore instead?
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.
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.
While cherry blossom season in Japan is a popular period for tourists to visit, another season that is highly anticipated among visitors to Japan is the autumn season. With a medley of warm colours that is sure to stun, experiencing the fall foliage in Japan is another breathtaking sight to behold and one you must experience.
If you’ve missed out on booking your tickets this season for spring, consider marking your calendars for autumn. A sight like this is something you definitely do not want to miss out on!
We share with you a forecast of the best dates to visit, as well as the recommended cities and their various viewing spots.
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.
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.
True to its name, Arteastiq is the quintessence of elegance with its beautiful posh restaurants featuring exquisite dining ambiences, scrumptious nosh and eclectic ranges of artisanal teas. The establishment already has two existing outlets that are conveniently located at Mandarin Gallery and Plaza Singapura, and they’ve decided to expand to the East to include an outlet at fresh-faced Jewel Changi Airport.
Overlooking the world’s biggest indoor waterfall and shrouded in lush greenery, Arteastiq Bistro at Jewel Changi Airport is a dreamy sanctuary for travellers and city dwellers alike to retreat to for some much-needed respite away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Aside from the majestic view, take your senses on a gastronomical adventure with their all-day multifaceted menu that has been created by Arteastiq Group’s executive chef, Chef Yip. The adroitly curated menu focuses on the reinterpretation of continental cuisines and features the likes of snazzy high tea sets, delectable mains and ambrosial desserts.
P.S. There is also a midnight high tea set for those who do not sleep early!
Cheap clothes, countless night markets and tuk-tuk rides through the streets of Bangkok definitely sounds like a good idea for a short trip away from our little red dot.
But picturesque views, clear waters and magnificent historical buildings await us in many other cities that Thailand is home to. While Bangkok is a go-to destination for plenty of good reasons, there is so much more to explore in Thailand—beach destinations, hiking trails and even rural provinces are just a few to name.
Here are 5 alternative destinations to explore on your next trip to Thailand if you’ve had enough of endless shopping and eating in Bangkok!