Articles in the Singapore Category
Most places we visit have so many things to offer to us, it is quite difficult to identify a few places that would be of interest. On the other sometimes we have very little time on our hands that we would like to visit those few places quickly and prevent an embarrassment back home when someone asks what did you see or do.
In Singapore I recommend the following 5 places which is a must do / see according to me.
1. Jurong bird park – This bird park is a free …
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I hope you remember me. We have travelled together so many times in the past. Remember the first time we travelled from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur? I remember it as if it were yesterday. It was Air Asia’s very first flight from Mumbai.
I was bowled over by the service and quality of the aircraft. My love for you grew with time and it can be seen by the fact that I have a pictorial link of you on the sidebar of my blog since that day. Earlier it was …
Looking back at 2012
Another year has passed and it’s time to look back and take stock, time to update the set of to-dos, time to see how was the year 2012 for me in terms of travel and otherwise.
As I always say, I count my memories, not the places and I am happy that my travel memories are far more & better than the destinations. Some road trips, some train journeys and a few flights took me places almost every month. I made some new friends, consolidated my bond with …
Singapore usually gets the notion of being small, monotonous and just too busy. As most travelers always look for adventurous spots, the idea of traveling to Singapore has always been brushed aside. But let the country prove to you dear traveler, that apart from the Merlion statues all-over town, shopping and unique building architecture, it has a lot more to offer. (Read: Adventure!)
I did solo travels to Singapore a number of times, and was lucky enough to continuously find new places to go to, and new activities to try. Singapore …
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How do you feel being at the border of two countries?
Not just flying into a country but being able to see the other side, the other country and its land from this side?
Most times travel to foreign involves flying into that country. But after so many years of travelling I find it quite boring. Of course, it is still the most preferred way as it saves time and may be other hassles that I’ve talked about earlier.
For me it is always intriguing when I cross borders overland where I can …