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Adventure Travel in Boracay – Philippines

by Joseph Ellis June 10, 2014

And the adventure with SilkAir and Tourism Philippines continues… Rise and shine, it’s a good day to be alive. I woke up early to catch the sun rise, but realised I was on the wrong side of the island. Oh well, nothing like a hearty breakfast to get on with the day. I walked up to Star Lounge and found […]

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Fly SilkAir to Kalibo, The Gateway to Boracay

by Rosemarie John June 9, 2014

Representing Travel and Beyond, Mable Tan writes about her experience on SilkAir’s inaugural flight to Kalibo, Philippines – the gateway to paradise. If you’re anything like me, having crossed off the bucket list of major cities like London and Rome, I feel like it’s time to discover something a little more ‘in the backyard’ and that will allow me to […]

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The Passport Protector Unveils Its Product With Crowdfunding Campaign

by Joseph Ellis June 4, 2014

World traveler has a trip ruined by worn passport, creates a solution Last summer Patrick Dichter had a 2 week trip to Europe ruined when his passport was denied for ‘wear and tear.’ As he was boarding the plane to Rome, an airline employee stopped him claiming the company could face a fine if immigration didn’t approve of his passport. […]

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Fairmont Singapore – Tranquillity Redefined

by Rosemarie John April 23, 2014

I just love hotel rooms that are not designed in the insipid square or rectangular formats. Our Premier Room in Fairmont Singapore was simply unique; it had a diagonal entry way that ushered us through a hallway that housed a large closet, a pantry and ingress into the bathroom. As we passed through, we were surprised with the large room […]

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Anti:dote – Creative Cocktails and Clever Bites

by Rosemarie John April 20, 2014

As we entered the lounge, we found ambient lighting, large unique geometric tiles reflecting off orange and golden décor and cosy seating a welcoming sight after a tiring flight into Singapore.  We were at Anti:dote, the island’s newest bar that features a fine selection of handcrafted cocktails and modern tapas. The swanky bar counter looked like a fun place to […]

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Changi Airport Singapore – A Shoppers Delight

by Rosemarie John April 19, 2014

Shopping at the Changi Airport for us has always been a magnificent experience. Even though most times we check in 3-4 hours in advance, we always find that time just flies and we find ourselves rushing to the gate to board the flight. This happened even during the last visit and we have now promised ourselves to check in perhaps […]

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24 Hours in Singapore – Stay at Novotel Clarke Quay, Take a FunVee Ride & a River Cruise

by Joseph Ellis March 23, 2014

Most often than not, we come across visitors to Singapore who just have a whole day to sample the many sights that Singapore has to offer. This can be a daunting task considering the myriad of attractions that the city has on offer. So if you are visiting or have time to see Singapore in just one day read on. […]

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Winning Singapore’s Best Travel Blog of the Year Award 2014

by Rosemarie John March 23, 2014

Best Travel Blog in Singapore! Yay! The first quarter of 2014 has been a great year for our blog. We not only won the Skyscanner Singapore’s Best Travel Blog of the Year Award but also bagged the Skyscanner Asia Pacific’s Best Travel Blog of the Year Award as well. This has been made possible not just because of our travel […]

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Tanjong Jara Resort – Uniquely Malaysian

by Rosemarie John February 27, 2014

We were excited as the plane landed at the stroke of noon in Terengganu in north eastern Peninsular Malaysia. The sun beat down mercilessly on the tarmac as we walked hurriedly to the cool shade of the airport. We needed to get away from a hectic schedule and the past few weeks had been taxing .We had never been to […]

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Kampong Sucimurni – Glimpsing Malay Culture

by Joseph Ellis February 24, 2014

One evening during our stay at Tanjong Jara Resort, we strolled into a cultural gathering.  Actually our noses led us there.  There was an aroma of something cooking by the beach and sounds of laughter and gaiety in the air. So away we went to investigate the source of merriment and behold what an enjoyable evening it turned out to […]

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