Rosalie, from the Philippines is currently a Reception Manager at Furama City Centre. She has been in Singapore for 9 years and counting. With this article, we are unveiling her favorite comfort place within the lush garden city, and the local dish on repeat.
During the first trip to Bangkok, almost every traveller will want to visit a floating market! There are actually more than five floating markets around Bangkok, opened all day. The boats are piled high with tropical fruits and vegetables, fresh, ready-to-drink coconut juice and local food cooked from floating kitchens
It’s the norm to for people to have busy lifestyles in such a vibrant place like Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand. There are many things going on everyday be it the heavy traffic or the crowds of people in subway. Bangkok is well-known for its street vendors and food.
It is not cheap talk that Chiang Mai is popularly referred to as ‘Rose of the North.' Away from the busy, crowded streets of Bangkok lies a haven in Northern Thailand, close to the border of Myanmar. This city that was once the capital of the ancient Lanna kingdom has
Kuala Lumpur is a fun, vibrant and exciting city with an interesting mix of Asian culture ingrained in the shiny modern exterior of the developed world. Malaysia’s capital is definitely a rival to other great Asian cities, and it has a lot to offer as a tourist destination. The city
Chiang Mai is best known for culture and fantastic sights but it also has some of Asia's best shopping options for those looking to enjoy some retail therapy. There are plenty of places to get handmade bargains as well as luxury treats, both within the city walls and further afield.
Hua Hin is quite a popular holiday destination. Most people go there to get away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. The coastal town is the best place to unwind and forget all your worries for a while.