Marina Bay Sands Hotel: Singapore’s Most Luxurious 5-star Hotel

I was super stoked when I had the opportunity to do a 3 day 2-night staycation at Singapore’s iconic hotel, Marina Bay Sands. The price of their deluxe rooms (which is their basic room type) starts from $500 plus per night. If you’re one of the Crazy Rich Asians in Singapore, you probably would not…

Why Millenials like to do Staycations at M Social Hotel

It was a day after Valentine’s Day when we checked into M Social hotel. We have read positive reviews of this hotel and how swanky and modern their loft-style rooms looked. In fact, M Social is one of the newer established hotels along Robertson Quay and being someone who enjoys doing hotel stays, I knew…

Shop for well-made locally-inspired T-shirts

Under Singapore‘s heat and humidity, it’s best to deck out in a tee with a pair of shorts. Instead of getting a basic t-shirt, why not support local and shop for Singapore-inspired t-shirts? There are perfect for heading to your friends’ or relatives’ place for gatherings where the print on your shirt becomes the talk…

Why Universal Studios Japan is one of the best theme parks in the World

Although I am not a fan of theme parks, I am glad that we had made a trip to Universal Studios Japan (USJ) when we travelled to Osaka. I finally understood why it is a must-visit attraction in Osaka after spending a day there. Our very own Universal Studios back home in Singapore is pale…

5 attractions which are worth visiting in Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto, Japan I’ve been to Japan a couple of times and interestingly, I noticed that each prefecture and city in Japan gives off a different vibe. Kyoto, for instance, is more of a cultural destination because many of its historically significant sites are still left intact. Many of the prehistorical buildings are still preserved even…

How to plan your trip to Christmas Wonderland so that you won’t miss out any of the festive highlights

Why I visit Christmas Wonderland year after year? That’s simply because year after year, they switch things up. Every year, there seem to be new attractions and Christmas displays. The more popular attractions and programmes stay while the rest of it gets eradicated to make way for new highlights. Also, there is really no other…