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10 Crucial things to do in an emergency situation
1. The elbow is the strongest point on your body.If you are close enough to use it, do!  2. DO NOT hand your wallet or purse to a robber! Instead toss it away from you…. Chances are, he is more interested in your wallet and/or pur ...

Changi Airport Budget Terminal – Travelling On A Budget
The addition of Changi Airport’s budget terminal creates juxtaposition to the already-established brand name. It is not as chichi as the two major terminals, not with as much options as them, and definitely, you will feel the inferiority. Not that ...


Essential tips on getting freebies in Singapore
Everyone fancies a bargain, but mention that it is free and everyone loves it even more! Those who do not believe in a free lunch can now eat their words because it is possible to get things for free in Singapore without any conditions attached. Le ...

Popular Hotels in Singapore
Hotels are the most popular choices of accommodation for tourists in Singapore. There’s easily one to suit the needs and budget of every one who chooses to visit Singapore. Prices  range from about $ 160 to $600 and there are plen ...

Riding Kuala Lumpur Up
With Malaysia being a very close neighbour to Singapore, the options of crossing the borders are aplenty. From cars to planes, your decision may lie on your budget and timing. But, let your feeling of adventure lead the way the next time you choose ...

Safety Tips and Emergency numbers for Tourist visiting Singapore
Image (C) Sino Ng Here are some safety tips & emergency numbers for tourist visiting Singapore.  Disabled TravelersA guidebook titled Access Singapore contains useful information for physically disadvantaged visitors. It can be found onl ...

Singapore Custom Regulations & GST Tips for Travelers
Visitors above 18 years of age arriving from any country (except Malaysia) who have spent more than 48 hours outside Singapore are allowed duty-free concessions of the following (a) 1 litre wine (b) 1 litre spirit and (c) 1 litre of beer. All these ...

Singapore to Kuala Lumpur via Malacca
The next time you choose to visit Kuala Lumpur, take the extended route via Malacca. Sure, it will take a longer time and possibly cost slightly more but hey, that’ll be money and time well-spent. Your journey will be filled with interesting ...

Singapore Traveller Tips : General Tips when visiting Singapore
  Clothing; Due to the heat and humidity in Singapore, loose and light summer clothing pieces are highly recommended for everyone wanting to visit Singapore, and be able to enjoy it fully. If you're here on business, the smart casual atti ...

Top 10 Most Expensive Cab Fares In Asia
Here is a list of Top 10 Cities with the Most Expensive Taxi Fares. A good list to bring up when deciding on your next vacation spot. This helps travelers make an accurate budget as well as pick places where you can really stretch your dollar.  ...

Transportation Tips for Tourist visiting Singapore
Image (C) Marklin Ang Changi Airport, One of the world’s best airports. All the Terminals, Terminal 1(T1), Terminal 2 (T2) & Terminal 3 (T3) offers a countless number of modern amenities which include cafes, business and c ...

Travel More, Save More With the SBS Season Pass
If you’re not blessed with a car, and commuting every morning is draining more of your money then you can afford, then say hello to the SBS transit Seasonal Pass. Remember those days when taking a bus meant flashing a card to the driver, instead of ...

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