21 06, 2016

Pulau Ubin

By |2016-10-25T16:23:13+08:00June 21st, 2016|Things to do in Singapore|0 Comments

A frog, a pig and an elephant challenged each other to race to Johor. The losers would turn to stone. All three didn’t make it. The elephant and pig turned into Pulau Ubin. The frog became Pulau Sekudu or Frog Island. Back to the good old days Gravel roads, lush forests and abundant wildlife – Pulau Ubin is a living [...]

15 06, 2016

10 amazing things you never knew about Singapore

By |2016-10-25T16:23:14+08:00June 15th, 2016|Things to do in Singapore|0 Comments

Beyond the picture-perfect skyline and the bustling city centre, there’s still so much more to Singapore for visitors to explore. Read on, for curious facts you never knew about this green and cosmopolitan city. 1. It’s a city of not just one island, but 63 Photo by Afur Wong You might not know it but Singapore’s land area includes as [...]

8 06, 2016

Bars in Club Street and Ann Siang Hill

By |2016-10-25T16:23:14+08:00June 8th, 2016|Things to do in Singapore|0 Comments

Bar hop and discover where to drink in Singapore with this list of Ann Siang Hill and Club Street watering holes. Between the historic Chinatown and the modern Telok Ayer lies an L-shaped enclave that’s known for its hip little watering holes and laid-back hangouts. The Club Street and Ann Siang Hill district houses several cool joints worth checking out [...]

3 06, 2016

First shamanism museum opens in Seoul

By |2016-08-29T20:19:56+08:00June 3rd, 2016|Asian Travels|0 Comments

South Korea's first shamanism museum, located at Geumseongdang Shrine, opened its doors in Eunpyeong-gu, northwestern Seoul last week. The shrine, close in style to the traditional Korean house, or hanok, was founded to appease the spirit of Prince Geumseong (1426-1457), who was ordered a lethal dose of poison upon charges of trying to reinstate the deposed King Danjong. As the [...]

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