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10 Montigo Resorts Experiences Out Of Your 3-Storey Villa To Milk A 2D1N Staycation


Things To Do At Montigo Resorts, Nongsa   You’ve all probably heard of Montigo Resorts, Nongsa in Batam. But unlike the static squares that you see on Instagram, it’s not only made up of white walls, the long jetty, or unicorn floats in the pool.  We got the chance to...
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10 Tips For Singaporean Students On Exchange - From Uni Kids Who've Been There, Done That

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Uni Exchange Hacks   During my three year stint in university, getting the chance to live abroad was undoubtedly the best part of it all. But a student exchange programme is more than just joining societies and becoming the social butterfly you’re destined to be - because really, what do...
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10 Family-Friendly Places In Bangkok That Don't Involve Mall-Hopping


Bangkok's family-friendly attractions   Many know the land of smiles as a shopping paradise, but naming it as a family fun pursuit could get you some puzzled looks. Most of us return from Bangkok with a full luggage of goodies, but there’s more to that - hidden amusement parks and...
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Chocolate Ville: Gorgeous European Town 30 Mins From Pratunam To Visit For FREE


A whimsical trip to Europe, without leaving Bangkok   Thailand’s capital is known to all as a budget globetrotter’s paradise. Wholesale fashion bargain shopping, cafe-hopping adventures for less than $10/pax, crazy cheap street food - you name it, you’ll find it. Aside from exploring the night markets and huge shopping...
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11 Places In Haikou That Make It The Secret Studio Ghibli Town Of China

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Going on an animated adventure in Haikou   Adapted from  Source It’s funny how Studio Ghibli movies strike a chord in our hearts. Whether it’s Spirited Away or Howl’s Moving Castle , the production studio’s animated films always promise an emotional ride and a feast for the eyes.  Contrary to...
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10 Money-Saving Hacks For Singaporeans Who Travel Frequently


The new-age traveller’s guide to saving money   Image adapted from: Source Packing your bags for multiple quests to conquer the world and its beauties can more often than not leave you in a financial tangle, especially when you run into unforeseen obstacles that dig deep into the folds of...
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Expedia's Crazy GSS Sale Is The Answer To All Your Remaining 2017 Holiday Plans

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2017 holiday plans: solved   Source Travelling is expensive, but it’s irresistible to go explore the world beyond our little red dot. When it comes to short, under-a-week getaways, Singaporeans love nearby Asian cities like Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taipei, Bali and Seoul - especially because our wallets can go crazy...
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11 Gorgeous Places In Australia's Northern Territory That Are Nothing Like Sydney & Melbourne

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  Outback Adventures In Australia’s Northern Territory   Adapted from Source: @flightie_life The Northern Territory boasts the real deal of the Australian Outback - vast, open plains dusted with a deep orange-red colour, small colonies of unique desert plants and wildlife roaming the lands. With the best sights of the...
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14 Reasons Shanghai Is The New Hong Kong Where East Meets West


Shanghai is more than just China   If what you know of China consists of battling through pollution and crowds of people, getting pick-pocketed, and occasionally being jump-scared by sudden Chinese conversations; then throw everything you know out the window and enter Shanghai, the cultural pot and Paris of the...
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8 ALL-IN Travel Ideas From $174 Based On Ang Pow Money Collected


Put your CNY money to good use   Chinese New Year is a favourite holiday of many, not without reason. It’s a time of endless feasting, mahjong sessions all day err day , and of course, extra income in the form of ang pows. For once, extorting receiving money from...
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