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…

7 Affordable ways to make the most out of your Staycation

If it is inconvenient for you to get out of the country for a short vacation (even if it just a couple of days), going for a staycation is the next best alternative. Personally, I enjoy doing staycations right in my home country, Singapore. Even though Singapore is really small (as compared to many other…

A Spectacular Christmas Dining Experience at Capella Singapore

Capella Singapore wants you to celebrate Christmas 2018 like no other – from festive Christmas hampers to whimsical brunch moments at the resort’s dining establishments. It’s never too early to start planning parties and gatherings to end 2018 with a bang! Check out the following festive listings by Capella Singapore. 1. Season of Gifting Heading…

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel: Best Convention Hotel in Singapore

Best Convention Hotel in Singapore With the rise of modern chic new hotels in the central district, it seems like the older and more established hotels have taken a back seat. But it isn’t the case for Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel which has already undergone a significant facelift and given a new lease of life….

Hostels in Singapore: 5footway.inn Project Ann Siang

From a traveller’s perspective, Singapore is one of the most travel-friendly destinations in Asia. From budget hostels to luxury hotels, you can easily find a suitable accommodation that fits your budget. You can find hostels and hotels in almost every town or precinct in Singapore, but most of them are relatively quite good for the price you are paying. And I enjoy doing staycations at our local hostels and hotels to see how they fare with the accommodation offered in other countries.

Siloso Beach Resort: The Most Eco-friendly Hotel in Singapore

In general, hotels often consumed the most energy and water to maintain its daily operations.  Imagine the amount of electricity used for operating the air-conditioners and lightings? How about the massive supply of water which is required to wash bed linens and towels? I do not have any up-to-date stats to reflect the amount of…

Novotel Singapore on Stevens Hotel : A Gem Among the Constellation

  It is always fun to check out the latest hotel in town especially the newly-built hotels by AccorHotels which often has state-of-the-art facilities. All eyes are set on Novotel Singapore and Mercure Singapore on Stevens Hotel which follows a dual-branded hotel concept that might be in trend in the years to come.  With two…

Hotel Jen Welcomes Their New Robotic Colleagues – Jena and Jeno

  No, this isn’t fiction. We are living in exciting times where Star Wars might actually be the true projection of our future. But are we ready to embrace artificial intelligence? Hotels like Hotel Jen Tanglin and Hotel Jen Orchard Gateway have already adopted the autonomous Relay robots named Jena and Jeno. This marks the first international…

ibis Singapore on Bencoolen Hotel : The Minimalistic Green Hotel

ibis Singapore on Bencoolen hotel has been around for many years. However not many, including myself, knew about the green initiatives they have practised over the years. I was impressed by how eco-friendly this hotel is and I believe that other hotels can emulate ibis Singapore on Bencoolen hotel on their efforts to go sustainable. It is…