Singapore is one of the most ideal country to have a family trip together. A family holiday to Singapore is clean, organized, and incredibly safe, while still being packed with loads of Asian culture. There’s really nothing to fear in this diverse, English-speaking city. Singapore is gloriously warm all the time. It’s on the equator which means it’s tropical and sunny all year round.
Located in south east Asia, people often associated Singapore with fancy malls, shopping, luxury hotels and fine dining. Some people who travel to Singapore for transfer, and you might have a whole day to explore the city. So how to make the best of one day? Here is a perfect guide including how to get around the city and what to do for you to make the best use of your precious time.
No Way is it possible to travel around Japan in one day, but you can experience it in one day! Here is a list of things you must do while you visit Japan, the ultimate highlights of highlights! No matter which city you visit, be sure to give these experiences a try! When you think about getting to know a culture, these are the things that first come to mind:
With a peerless public transportation network and an increasing number of multilingual signage, getting around Tokyo is becoming relatively stress-free. With a JR Rail Pass or travel card, you can navigate stations, hop on and off buses and even take waterbuses with ease. Traveling overground, underground, at slow-speed or ultra-fast-speed are all options in the city.
In recent years, more and more tourists have started to flock to the beautiful city of Singapore. While public transportation in Singapore is incredibly convenient, and you’d have absolutely no difficulty hopping on a bus or hailing a taxi, there’s nothing quite like biking around Singapore to soak in the sights.
Over 70 percent of Taiwan is covered in mountains, from small-scale fells topped with lush forests, to great peaks where only experienced hikers should tread. Taiwan has a well-established network of hundreds of hiking trails, and the vast majority do not require a guide.
Located in south east Asia, people often associated Singapore with fancy malls, shopping, luxury hotels and fine dining. With a rich history […]
Cycling around Taiwan is considered one of the three things a Taiwanese should do. The other two are to climb Mountain Jade and swim across Sun Moon Lake. The island nation of Taiwan is a small, but crowded place filled with friendly people, good food, affordable accommodations, and some of the best cycling infrastructure in the entire world. Taiwan is truly a land built for bicycle travel!
As Korean wave becomes trendy all around the world, Korea is surely a must-visit tourist destinations in many travelers’ bucket list. With thousand-year history as well as fancy fashion, the extraordinary characteristics of Korea pave a path for the rapid development of tourism.