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Weekend in Vienna : Things to Do in a Most Imperial City

The capital of a once mighty empire, Vienna today seems to have more similarities to the grand and imposing capitals of modern powers such as Beijing, Moscow or Rome rather than of a small country of barely 9 million people. Despite having gone through two world wars, the capital of Austria retains much of its […]

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Fly With Vietjet and Win Fantastic Prizes!

Try out Vietjet the next time you fly into or around Vietnam and you might just walk away with some awesome prizes! From 15 July to 15 September 2014, the fast-growing low-cost carrier is giving away prizes to passengers on a daily basis! The promotion applies to Vietjet’s international network which connects Vietnam with Singapore […]

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Hotel Clover the Arts – Singapore’s First True Art Hotel

Hotel Clover The Arts is a new concept boutique hotel just a stone’s throw away from the key areas of Clarke Quay, Chinatown and Singapore’s CBD. It is the newest addition to the rapidly expanding chain of Hotel Clover branded properties all around Singapore. In fact, I stayed at their sister hotel just next door, […]

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Olomouc – One of the Czech Republic’s Best-Kept Secrets

“Where is Olomouc?” For most people, the sheer beauty of its ever so popular capital, Prague has essentially overshadowed any other place in the Czech Republic. Ask any regular Euro-tripper and they’d be hard-pressed to name more than one city in the Czech Republic – much less one in the east – which is a […]

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AsiaRooms Blogger Awards 2014

Hi everyone! I am just taking a little break from my usual travel posts to talk about the Asiarooms.com Blogger Awards 2014! AsiaRooms.com is currently running their 2nd Blogger Awards which aims to recognize blogs, with a focus on travel-related ones. There are six categories for the awards, and they are: Foodie Blog of the […]

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A Peek at Shangri-la Singapore’s Presidential Suite

Occupying a spacious 346 square meters, the luxurious Shangri-la Suite (also known as the Presidential Suite) in the Valley Wing of the Shangri-la Singapore Hotel is probably one of the largest hotel rooms one can find in the city state. For over two decades, this has been the preferred 5-star lodging for many heads of […]

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Favorite Streets: Keong Saik Road in Singapore’s Chinatown

(This is a new series where I document some of my favorite streets from around the world. These may range from nondescript back alleys to full-fledged avenues and boulevards. For my first entry in the series, I start with my favorite thoroughfare in the city I’m living in currently, and that’s none other than Keong […]

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Wroclaw : The Polish City That Stunned Me

Poland may be a country that is firmly on the tourist trail but for some reason, most make it only as far as Krakow. Warsaw is another well known destination, but that is likely due to its status as the country’s capital. Few would ever mention Wroclaw, much less know how to pronounce it (apparently […]

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