Tag: #sightseeing

Singapore: Cheap Thrills To Do On Sentosa Island

Did you know Singapore is a city of not just one but 64 islands?! And Sentosa is the largest offshore island of them all. Singapore can sometimes be a little overwhelming and hectic at times, especially after you had experienced taking public transport during the peak hours. A visit to Sentosa for a fun filled, […]

10 Reasons Why Tajikistan Should Be On Your Travel Radar

Did you know that more than 90% of Tajikistan is covered in mountains, earning the name “Switzerland of Central Asia”? No? You’re not the only one. Most people can’t even point out the country on the map, despite being a close neighbor with the infamous Afghanistan. Not only that, Tajikistan also shares borders with several […]

The Catlins: Why It Needs To Be On Your South Island Road Trip Itinerary

Honestly, we haven’t really heard of Catlins region until we were at Dunedin. The Catlins is the most southerly region of the New Zealand’s South Island and is a paradise for nature and outdoor lovers. As part of the Southern Scenic Route (journey between Queenstown and Dunedin), The Catlins is a region which we feel […]

9 Reasons Why Uzbekistan Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

When we told people that we were going to Uzbekistan, the reactions we got all shared a similar thought; “Why Uzbekistan?” “Where is that?” “What is there to do there?” Truth is, we barely knew anything about traveling to Uzbekistan either. We were purely thirsty to explore somewhere less-known; somewhere relatively untouched. Among all the […]

Adam’s Peak: All You Need To Know For This Incredible Hike

Adam’s Peak is a pilgrimage mountain located in central Sri Lanka (known locally as Sri Pada), with a peak of 2,243-meters high. This mountain is renowned for the “sacred footprint”, though who the footprint belongs to will differ depending on your religion. The Buddhists believe the footprint is the Buddha’s left foot, the Hindus claim it belongs to […]

14 Best Things To Do In And Around Ulaanbaatar

Ulaanbaatar (Улаанбаатар), the capital and largest city in Mongolia, is home to 1.5 million people (50% of Mongolia’s total population). It is a sprawling city complete with high buildings, more coffee shops than you’ll likely see anywhere in Asia, fashionably-dressed residents and yet still hold a strong nomadic culture. The city was founded as a […]

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