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3 Awesome Things You Can Do in Singapore

Tourist Walking On The Way For Sightseeing In Singapore CityDo you have plans of travelling to Singapore soon? Here are some of the best things you can do to have an awesome time in this vibrant and lovely country and create wonderful vacation memories you will not forget in a long time.

Experience the Nightlife

There is nothing quite like the nightlife in Singapore. They have cool events like concerts, night races, and their very own Singapore Countdown, which you can spend in Sentosa’s Siloso Beach Party 2017.

There is a place for everyone to go to at night; they have fine dining to local dining places that are open until late in the evening, as well as bars and clubs with the best local and international DJs.

Go on a Kopi Adventure

There is no shortage of good food in this country. Start your morning with coffee going the local way, Kopitiam style. A flavourful cup of Kopi paired with Kaya toast is something that you will want to have over and over again.

Luckily, you can have this any time of the day. It is a treat even for those who rarely drink coffee; it is easy to love it. There is a vernacular in ordering Kopi, but it is simpler than any of the ones you have to learn to order at other coffee shops. You can even look it up online.

Relax and Unwind

This country offers first-class R&R places that will make you keep coming back for more. Head over to an island resort that has everything you need from themed attractions, green views, sandy beaches, and first class spa amenities.

You can do everything in one place, all in a single day. You can also book accommodation in the same area, so you do not have to travel a lot to go from one place to another. It is an ideal place for solo travellers, couples, and families, too.

If you prefer to spend a quiet evening, you can book a spa or relax in your comfortable resort accommodation so you can re-energise and be ready for tomorrow’s new adventures there is always something fun and exciting to do here.

It’s About Time You Spend Your Holidays in Western Australia

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Western Australia is more than just Perth. The sprawling state continues to grow its tourism industry with a wide array of destinations that some international visitors are just starting to discover. Whether you are staying in Perth for just a day or planning to explore the whole region, you need not think twice about going.

Here are some reasons presented by international media outlets for considering Western Australia in your holiday calendar this year:

Gastronomic Paradise

People all over the globe continue to praise Perth for its restaurant and bar industry. Travel+Leisure Magazine calls Perth as ‘one of the most remote cities on earth, but that hasn’t stopped the capital of Western Australia from becoming a dining hot spot.’ Perth offers tourists the ultimate city experience and more with its bars, cafes, seafood, beaches and art spaces.

World Class Wineries

According to Ace Rent A Car, tourists can reach a lot of Western Australia’s top destinations with private transportation, and the nearby Margaret River is something everyone should experience. Approximately three hours’ drive south of Perth, the region’s vineyards and fine dining venues are perfect for the romantics, a place where they can relax and unwind amidst the natural beauty of the place.

Largest Fringing Reef

Vogue recommended Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef as an alternative to the Great Barrier Reef.  Located on the Coral Coast and just a two-and-a-half hour plane ride from Perth, the reef is very accessible. Visitors do not need a boat to reach it. They can simply snorkel from the beach and get a chance to see 500 species of fish and 250 different kinds of coral.

The usual entry point of Western Australia is the capital of Perth. Many travel magazines and websites continue to dub Perth as one of the best travel destinations because of its quiet and disarming charm and world-class restaurant and bar scene. Travellers who chose to leave the city can attest to another kind of charm they found in the rest of the region.

Bath City: Top 5 Things to Experience

Bath CityDeclared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1987, the city of Bath in the United Kingdom has, until at present proven to the world its timeless legacy and beauty. As a tourist, staying at a hotel in Bath’s city centre like The Royal Hotel is enough adventure in itself as the whole area boasts of its historical Roman roots.

To maximise your stay in the historical site, here are 5 of the things that you must experience.

Things to do in Bath City

  1. Take a bath in Bath

From the name itself, the city of Bath came to life through the natural hot springs used by the Romans as a natural thermal spa in the 1st century AD. Fast forward to the 21st century, taking a bath in the historic site is truly an experience to take. Take a dip and experience history through various spa packages available for tourists.

  1. Historical landmarks and architecture

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bath City houses 2 of the most influential eras in human history: the Roman and the Gregorian. These two civilisations have built landscape and architectural masterpieces that have stood through time like the Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey, the Pulteney Bridge and Prior Park Landscape Garden among others, making it a must see when you get to the city.

  1. Art, music and fashion museum

To further exude its historical magnificent, various art museums showing the Roman and Gregorian era’s art, music and fashion should be visited. A step in one of the museums can transport you back in time, immersing you to the reason why it became a World Heritage Site in the first place.

  1. Eat, eat, eat!

What is touring without eating? Visit the famous Sally Lunn’s house to have tea and taste its famous buns. The city also houses various pubs and bars to let you unwind and enjoy after a long day’s walk.

  1. World heritage accommodation

Experience class and history, even until you sleep. Because the whole city is a UNESCO site, hotel accommodation in Bath City also boasts of the city theme, and superb services.

Be one with the beauty of nature, and experience the wonders of history. Take your well-deserved Bath City tour now.

Why Brisbane is an Underrated Tourist Destination

Tourist Destination in Brisbane Queensland’s capital city doesn’t carry as much weight with tourists as classic destinations like Rome or Paris, but Brisbane definitely has a charm of its own. If you have never visited it before, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at just how warmly the city will welcome you.

Brisbane has great restaurants, gorgeous sights, and a bustling night life. There are so many activities that you’ll need weeks to really try everything. According to The Terrace on Gregory, checking into accommodation near the Royal Brisbane Hospital will allow you easy access to most of the CBD, so getting around is no problem either. So what is there for a traveller to do in Brisbane? 

Here are just a few examples of a typical itinerary:

Take a cruise

You can start off your trip by going on a boat tour. There are a lot of ferries traversing the Brisbane river every day, while making stops at popular spots like the South Bank. If you can, this is definitely a great way to get familiar with the city.

Learn about wildlife

There are a lot of zoos and sanctuaries in Brisbane, where you can learn about local animals like kangaroos and koalas. The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, in particular, is always worth a visit.

Go on an adventure

Feel like kayaking down the Brisbane river, climbing a cliff, or just renting a bike and exploring? The Riverlife Adventure Centre is definitely worth a look then. Alternatively, you could just go the Brisbane lookout to see a dazzling panoramic view of the city.

Shop ‘til you drop

If there’s one thing Brisbane is really famous for, it’s the stores. People with an eye for fashion will adore Queen Street Mall, Paddington & Rosalie, and other popular shopping areas.

Watch a gig

Finally, music fans will love Fortitude Valley. It’s the city’s hub for the arts, and there’s always a concert or two going on. You can also find museums, nightclubs, and great restaurants.


Going On Your First Vacation Adventure: Start Making Plans!

beachDo you daydream about bungee jumping or skydiving but never have the chance to do them yet? Maybe you’ve always been busy with work or you’ve never had someone to go with. If you’ve mustered the courage and have the time to plan your adventure, make the necessary arrangements.

Going on an adventure can be overwhelming, but if you’ve planned well, you’ll have one of the most rewarding experiences

What kind of adventure are you looking for?

Start by looking for popular destinations and their activity details. Are you interested in hiking? Or do you want to enjoy whitewater rafting in the Arkansas River? According to American Adventure Expeditions, Arkansas River facts already make the trip worthwhile, but whitewater rafting also interests many tourists. List down the things you’re interested in and the things that are off-limits to you.

How much are you willing to spend?

Set a budget. Keeping your budget in mind, cross out some destinations from your list. The most important part of budget management is deciding whether you’re going to a place by plane or by other travel options.

Planning and booking in advance gives you cheaper airfare tickets. If not, include the long drive or the long train ride in your plans. Driving or commuting in a new city is something thrilling that adds to the experience.

Apart from the transport cost, consider entrance fees, insurances, accommodations, and the daily food budget. Knowing how long you want to go on vacation will also help you budget your money wisely.

After coming up with a plan, all you need is an open mind and an understanding that adventures are all about facing challenges and surprises. Most important is your willingness to experience new things. Strap on your boots and be ready for your trip.