David Brocklehurst, from Australia has been traveling on a regular basis around the region for quick stop overs every 2 months. He has an office in Singapore His trips are usually business trips for his company, FirmDecisions selling services to advertisers and David shares with us his places to go
David Lim, frequents Singapore every 2-3 weeks for business trips having to manage the Asia region in the IT industry. With his passport from Australia, David gives us tips on his favorite places to visit in Singapore as well as his best supper place hideout.
The Singapore River is a three kilometre river which runs from the Central Area all the way to the Marina Bay area before terminating at the sea. The river is steeped in history and culture, as well as an important factor of Singapore’s thriving economy and tourism industry. The mouth
With diverse shopping destinations that offer everything from luxury goods to budget products, Singapore is truly a shopper’s paradise. Shopping in Singapore with its dazzling malls, interesting street stalls, boutiques, elaborate avenues, and charming cultural shops is a fabulous experience. You are never too far from a good shopping area.
Singapore is a top destination for business travelers, for many reasons; the destination’s business-savvy economy and increasing popularity over the last few years has made it attractive to many industries. So, if you have to head to Singapore on business, what do you need to know as a traveler?
When people talk about the best Grand Prix in Formula 1, there are a few that people always turn their attention to: Brazil, Monaco and Japan being the most famous, for their history, settings and tracks themselves. However, there’s one location which is often overlooked: the Singapore Grand Prix. The
Many travellers backpack solo around South East Asia as it is a very cheap part of the world to visit. However, Singapore is an exception. But don’t despair, there are many ways you can still see the modern and futuristic city on a shoestring. Singapore is the perfect city to
Affectionately known as the Garden City, Singapore with its vast open areas and lush green spaces has long been a popular destination for a fun-filled family holiday in Southeast Asia. And now, with an abundance of exciting Indoor and outdoor as well as water themed playgrounds, there’s never been a
In this mini series, we take you on a journey of discovery of Singapore on wheels.
Both guided and self-guided bicycle tours have become increasingly popular because of the flexibility and independence they offer. They cost less than stuffy bus tours and allow travellers the first-hand immersive experience of the destination: sights, sounds and smells.
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.
There is no better way to bond with family members than holidaying together. However, travelling with the whole family can be a challenge, especially when there are different age groups to consider. Here are some destinations that everyone can enjoy.