Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world you can visit but don’t let that fool you for a second, it’s also one pretty exciting place, especially if you’re visiting Singapore for the first time. Take a look below at some of the things you need to know before visiting Singapore.
The Japanese are known for their expertise in various fields, and their example sets a high bar for the rest of us. From the health benefits of shinrin-yoku to the stress-relieving practice of visiting an onsen, these are seven things about Japan from which the world can learn.
Bali is an emerald island of Indonesia, famed for beautiful beaches, coral reefs, verdant paddy fields, waterfall and vintage temples. Frequented by nature lovers and honeymoon couples; Bali has made its place in the global tourism scenario.
No other continent on the planet contains so many temples as Asia. This is perhaps not surprising as Asia was the birthplace of most of the world’s mainstream religions as well as many other beliefs. A number of these, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism and Taoism, were the inspiration for some of the most famous temples in the world.
Desserts are serious business in Hong Kong – so much so that there are shops devoted entirely to desserts. Known locally as “tong sui”, they are a veritable paradise for those partial to a sweet treat and can be found dotted all over the city.
Before Golden Bridge, Da Nang is known as the beautiful coastline town, so perfect for relaxing and healing. Nowadays, with the rise of Golden Bridge and Dragon Bridge, Da Nang is now also known as a city of modern architecture with gorgeous bridges.
If you’re looking for things to do in Da Nang when it rains, make sure to bookmark this page. Da Nang’s monsoon season occurs between September and March, with rainfall coming in short bursts throughout the day.
Spare two days in your Vietnam trip to go see Sapa up in the North. With spectacular cascading rice terraces in every shade of green and brown, mountains and valleys to conquer, exciting flavors to explore and a beautiful culture to get to know, you may not want to leave.
Whether you are into big brands or love to bargain while street shopping, this list is perfect for you. We’ve covered 9 places for the shopaholics, in two of Vietnam’s most popular cities - Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh.