Beating the Traffic Jams in Bangkok

Beating the Traffic Jams in Bangkok

For those of us who have been to Bangkok before, getting around by taxi or tut tut is pretty convenient. But then you’d also have to make do with Bangkok’s famous traffic jams and air pollution. As the impact of over tourism starts getting felt and sustainable travel becomes increasingly popular, here is a great way to travel around Bangkok without worrying about the traffic jams while reducing your carbon footprint at the same time.

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Palawan, A Hidden Paradise

Palawan, A Hidden Paradise









Just one of the fun things you can do in Palawan…

To most tourists, including many Singaporeans, when they hear about a beach holiday in the Philippines, they’d only think of Boracay. While I must admit that having been to Boracay, it is pretty nice and the embodiment of what a tropical beach paradise should look like, there are plenty of other islands in the Philippines that offer the same thing but without the crowds of tourists.

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The Underground River

The Underground River

Have you ever seen a river that flows underground? Probably not, since it’s underground and hidden, but there are several such underground rivers in the world and I got to visit the one in Philippines recently. Like normal rivers, the underground river starts inside the rocks of a mountain range, but instead of flowing above the ground, it flows underground through caves until it empties into the sea. The only way to enter the river is through a cave opening by the sea.

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Hpa-An

Hpa-An









The Most Beautiful Place You Never Heard Of

I’ve always felt that Myanmar is a photogenic country with lots of opportunities for fantastic photos, not to mention it’s rich culture and history. For most tourists, Yangon and the northern regions of Mandalay, Bagan and Inle Lake make the usual circuit of places to visit for a first time traveler to Myanmar. However, the country’s southern region is often left out by visitors.

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