Hopes Diminished for travel plans to Bangkok

Just last week, I shared my intention to travel solo to Bangkok once I get my vaccination to my family members. Without any surprise, they were very concerned once again with that idea.  But then again, they knew that their opinion would not impose any influence on my decision. My sharing is just an extensionContinue reading “Hopes Diminished for travel plans to Bangkok”

Is it wise to travel now?

We may get excited with the news of the upcoming travel bubble but undeniably taking a flight isn’t what it used to be nor will it be the same. I believe even if the days of the Covid-19 ever goes away, the effects will be more prominent in general in terms of the minor changesContinue reading “Is it wise to travel now?”

Top 5 Outdoor things to do in Santorini

Truthfully, being single for more than a decade can be miserable. I am someone who truly loves romantic cliché rom coms and a big believer in holding oneself for the one true love. Does it even exist or something to be worked on and cultivated together as a couple? It is a topic that isContinue reading “Top 5 Outdoor things to do in Santorini”

Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine in Royal Caribbean

Looking back on what I have posted yesterday about my personal recount, I notice that it was essentially nothing substantial. Hence I decided to work on revising it by focusing my favorite astounding moment of all time – the fine dining experience with the WONDERLAND package. Firstly I was informed that the portion is notContinue reading “Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine in Royal Caribbean”

What me as a Singaporean misses about Bangkok

Thailand is the first neighboring country that I want to visit right after the pandemic. It’s been almost four years since I went there, so by now, I’m craving to go there as much as I did when I landed there on the first time.  While waiting for travel bubble news between Singapore and theContinue reading “What me as a Singaporean misses about Bangkok”

Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia

Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is approximately 12,000 feet above ocean level. That is equivalent to almost 2,000,000 football fields! The world’s largest salt flat, Salar was formed after a few evaporated lakes that had occupied the area thus the salt deposits drained from the encompassing mountains were deposited there.   This is the aftereffect ofContinue reading “Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia”

Aisle or Window seat better on the Airplane?

It’s like an itch on my back that I haven’t been able to scratch. In every instance where I was on the page to purchase the ticket online, I am consistently curious which seat is advisable to purchase. For some, having a window seat is awesome as they are able to peer out the windowContinue reading “Aisle or Window seat better on the Airplane?”

Macau Vs Las Vegas, which one is more thrilling as a city?

Las Vegas is generally promoted as the gambling capital of the world. While it’s definitely the gambling center for the US, and does bring in a heap of global travelers, Macau has long been Asia’s playground. So is Macau the Vegas in Asia? Or then again, is Las Vegas the dethroned washout? Las Vegas hasContinue reading “Macau Vs Las Vegas, which one is more thrilling as a city?”

10 Travel Destination Bucket List Ideas

When I was 12, I always wanted to see the polar bears in Alaska. It was a rude awakening during the Covid-19 pandemic (cause you only missed something when it’s gone/forbidden) that at the age of 27 this year, I have yet to see the polar bears up close. Nevertheless, the polar bear tour inContinue reading “10 Travel Destination Bucket List Ideas”

Why you should avoid self-itinerary and go for tours

When you decide to go on a trip, arranging everything all alone and making your own itinerary has its sets of pros and cons. While you refer to your flight itinerary to ensure that you are on time at the airport and subsequently the boarding gates, you need not map out where you will eat,Continue reading “Why you should avoid self-itinerary and go for tours”