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Affordable Luxury in the Heart of Bangkok   Ahhh Thailand, the Land of Smiles, cheap clothes, great food and elephant riding. As much as we'd like to be, we can't all be James Bonds, sipping our martinis as we're chauffeured to our mansions. But thanks to the Singapore dollar's strength, luxury...
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Holiday outside Singapore for under 200 SGD   Yes, it's possible! We've got up to 10 long weekends in 2015, and what better way to make use of them than escaping the pressure of our stifling little island? With just S$200, you can get out of Singapore and explore these quaint,...
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See the World From Singapore For Under $800   With so many long weekends approaching in 2015, it’s especially ideal to plan a short 3D2N getaway. Hands up if you’re one of those filled with wanderlust, ready to get on a jetplane and explore the wonders of the world! Unlike what...
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Why You Need To Visit Medan   Medan is famously home to Lake Toba, the largest volcanic lake in the world. While planning my trip there, the only thing on my mind was getting to Toba’s clear blue waters. We touched down in Medan, a city on the cusp on modernisation....
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About Bandung   This week, Christabel and I took a trip to Bandung, a booming metropolis increasingly popular with Singaporeans. Surrounded by volcanic mountains, this city used to be filled with tea plantations established by the Dutch who wanted to capitalise on the region’s fertility. Bandung was also nicknamed the Paris...
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About Makassar   When you think Indonesia, images of Balinese beaches or rice fields probably pop into your head. I’ve been to Bali twice but I’ve never visited any other Indonesian city - simply because I didn’t know what else was out there. And that’s a shame because Indonesia has way...
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Surabaya - 10 Road Trip Memories to a Live Volcano   Aside from its reputation as one of Indonesia’s biggest business centres, I knew little about Surabaya. I thought of it mostly as a place of transit for travellers to change planes, trains or buses. To the locals, Surabaya is known...
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15 reasons why Semarang will surprise you   When I told my mum that I was headed to Semarang, Indonesia for a short getaway, she shot me a quizzical look. “Why?” she asked incredulously. It’s easy to dismiss this obscure Indonesian city as a sleepy town with nothing much to offer....
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About Jeju, South Korea   Jeju is also known as the Hawaii of South Korea, a chillax island at the bottom of the South Korean Peninsula. Just a one hour plane ride from Seoul, many of the Koreans who go there are tourists themselves. It's where South Koreans go to escape their stressful...
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Explore the home of Middle-earth   Source: Otago Daily Times - Dart River Kia Ora! is how you'll be greeted as you step into New Zealand, the land of majestic scenery and home of middle-earth. Kia Ora, traditionally meaning good health, is a Māori greeting that has evolved to mean a casual "hello". It is definitely...
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