16 Unique Destinations You Need To Visit Based On Your MBTI Profile

16 Unique Destinations You Need To Visit Based On Your MBTI Profile Home is Where the Next Passport Stamp Is Travelling today isn’t what it used to be. Instead of tourist attractions, we ditch Lonely Planet guidebooks and hitch a ride to explore the roads less traveled. More than ever, we embrace the notion of … Read more

Top 10 Experiences From Mumbai For The Weekend Wanderer

Planning a long weekend away from Mumbai? Weekend trips! Every traveler’s ears would perk up at these two words. The feeling of wrapping everything up, leaving all the worries behind – Isn’t this what you want to do on your weekends? But planning and deciding an itinerary can become difficult. With so many options to choose … Read more

You Can Do It Too: 12 Tip & Tricks For Solo Travel In India

You Can Do It Too: 12 Tip & Tricks For Solo Travel In India Explore the incredible India Many have embarked on solo travels in India and speak about their time in that country with much fondness and their desire to visit again. Incredibly rich in culture, history, mouthwatering cuisine, breathtaking landscapes, larger-than-life monuments, and … Read more

Top 5 World’s Cheapest Destinations to Travel To

Travellers are always on the lookout for best deals they can snag. The cheapest flights, the cheapest hotels – you name it! But what’s the point of getting all these great deals if you’ll still end up blowing through your entire travel budget within the first day? Remember: the best kind of travel is the … Read more

Best Yoga Resorts and Retreats in India

Have you been feeling stressed and burnt out? If yes, then you are badly in need of some R&R. Why not try and take your relaxation game to another level by going on a retreat for yoga in India? India is the motherland of yoga. Naturally, ashrams, yoga centres, and retreats are in abundance in … Read more

Outstanding Cultural Attractions in Kerala

A lesser-known minority group of Indians in Singapore known as the Malayali came from Kerala, India. During the colonial period, the Malayalis and the Sri Lankan Tamils formed the majority of the upper-middle class of Singaporean society — most of them are English-educated. One of the most recognisable Singaporean Malayali is the late President S … Read more

The best Beach Resorts in Goa

Goa is known for its gorgeous beaches and plethora of top-rated hotels. These top four locations might be the perfect choice for your holiday. If you’re craving the beauty of India’s gorgeous Western coastline, Goa is where you want to be. This picturesque state stretches along the country’s coast, and is home to some of … Read more

Discovering Bugis Culture in Sulawesi

When the British established Singapore as a trading port in the early 1800s, many Bugis traders came to Singapore and settled down. Their numbers are dwindling in Singapore, and the Bugis are now part of the Malay community. The Bugis were known as seafarers, having a fleet of ships to facilitate trades between Sulawesi and … Read more

Spring in Asia: Places to Go and What to See

Spring in Asia: Where to Go and What to Expect Spring is arguably the most wonderful of the four seasons. Asian countries, in particular, are beautiful places to visit during spring. Special flowers that are absent during the rest of the year are finally coming into bloom and fruit trees bear in abundance. Several Asian … Read more

Travel Vaccinations for Singaporeans: Vaccine Types and Where To Get Them

Update:The vaccinations below were recommended for travel in a regular climate. Due to the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak, there are new travel advisories and guidelines to safeguard yourself. Please check the World Health Organization and the Singapore Ministry of Health for up-to-date advice and travel restrictions on the evolving situation. When it comes to planning … Read more