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9 Christmas Holiday Destinations You Need To Take Leave For

Christmas will soon be upon us. We know because the yearly Peppermint Mocha and Toffee Nut lattes from Starbucks are already out. Before you know it, November will end, and December will come rolling in like snowfall. Only, this is Malaysia, and if you’ve ever seen snow here during Christmas, we are quite afraid you may need to go for an …

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8 Foods to Makan in Hong Kong That Aren’t Dim Sum

Hong Kong is the celebrated land of incomparably delicious dimsum. But do you know that the populated city is so much more than what it’s commonly touted for? Take a proverbial walk with us through other eats that locals and other tourists favour. Trust us – just have dimsum for one meal and reserve the rest for everything else in …

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9 Things To Do In M’sia To Curb Your Boredom

Bored of unexciting dates? Not sure where to go or what to eat, or if there are things to do in Malaysia? Sometimes hanging out at the mall, watching a movie, then having a meal can get boring and become a routine instead of a fun day out. Even staying home can get stale. Luckily, Malaysia is HUGE and there’s …

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5 Unexpected Places To Visit In Bangkok That Aren’t Flea Markets

Bangkok is an eclectic and exciting city. The city is a favorite destination of travelers who yearn for culture explorations, food trips and shopping adventures. But if you’re just a little tired of the endless night markets and floating markets, you don’t have to fear. Bangkok has many things to offer and one can never run out of sights to …

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Factory Outlet Malls Worth Travelling to in M’sia

Malaysia is simply a shopper’s paradise. Just ask any Malaysian or discerning and well-informed Singaporean or Indonesian. Local and regional shoppers flock to popular shopping malls like City Square and KSL City to amass their shopping loot. Great sales and massive discounts are the buzzwords when it comes to shopping in Malaysian Factory Outlet Malls. But did you know you …

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6 Glamping Sites in M’sia so Posh, Even Your Atas Friends will Like!

For easy-going folks who are game to go anywhere in the world and couldn’t care less about relieving yourselves in a run-down loo, making travel plans with fussy travellers can be quite a pain (to set the record straight, I’m a fussy traveller). An enthusiastic invite to go on a camping trip in the great outdoors will always be met …

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Everything About the Auto Passport Scanners in BKK for S’poreans in 60 Sec

Auto-passport scanners have always made life so much more easier. It’s so annoying to queue for an hour or more just to get into another country, right? T hankfully Bangkok has answered the cries of us Singaporeans and Hong Kong dwellers too, as BKK airports will soon be equipped with the fast and efficient tech machines. Imagine, Thailand’s news company, …

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8 Best Capsule Hotels in Japan for an Out-of-the-Box Vacation

Capsule hotels are a quirky, not to mention affordable, type of accommodation whenever you are in Japan, whether it’s for business or pleasure. These small, compact hotels were first introduced in Osaka in the 1970s, and were originally geared towards businessmen, particularly male patrons. Today, there are capsule hotels that are exclusively for men, for women or even co-ed. Capsule …

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