• Situated on the east of the island of Java in Indonesia, Bali is one of the most sought after prime tourist destinations in the world. Its attractions range from its sacred caves, sandy beaches, stately volcanoes, crater lakes and one-of-a-kind cultural heritage.
  • Hong Kong, the pearl of the Orients, is one of the busiest and liveliest places in Asia. A bustling metropolis and home to about 7.5 million people, of which 95% is of Chinese descent was a former British colony and inherited much of the virtues of Western capitalism.
  • Bangkok sees a harmonious blending of tradition and culture that offers a unique and wonderful experience, and its people are filled with warmth and a ready smile making this city one of the most popular destinations in Asia.
  • Taipei, home to the second tallest building in the world - Taipei 101, is more than just a cosmopolitan city. Taipei city is popular among visitors from other part of Asia for its shopping and Taiwanese street food.
  • Tokyo is one of the few cities in Asia that experiences all four seasons and this gives you a hundred reasons to enjoy each season. From cherry blossoms to red maple leaves, whatever season you decide to take a trip to Tokyo, there is always a reason to do so.
  • Kuala Lumpur literally means "muddy estuary" but now, it is one of the busiest and wealthiest city in Southeast Asia and has the tallest twin tower in the world, the Petronas Towers.
  • Situated on northwest coastal side of Malaysia peninsular, Penang is famous for it's good food, pristine beaches and rich architectural heritage.
  • Soak in the blue sea of Phuket, bask in the sun and enjoy your cool coconut water. The cabanas, cool crisp air, sun and sea all add to the relaxing and fun ambience of holiday makers' dreams.
  • Located in northwestern Cambodia, Siem Reap is the gateway to Angkor Wat,an UNESCO World Heritage and also considered as one of the new wonders of the world.
  • Ho Chi Minh, popularly known as Saigon by the residents and tourists, is bustling with culture, commerce, and colors. This capital city of southern Vietnam showcases its people's tenacity and resilience to rise up from the war that has ravaged and divided the country for so many years.

Going Places Travel Tips

“Travel Revolution – The Event” will be held from 19 to 21 Aug 2016 at Sands Expo and Convention Centre. Expect great deals from the top outbound travel agencies in Singapore…

The NATAS Fair 2016 will be held from 12 to 14 August (Fri-Sun) at the Singapore Expo Hall 3. Admission is free.

My recent flying experience from Singapore to Paris with Finnair confirmed that adding Helsinki to the itinerary when you fly to Europe is a right choice.

Planning for a free and easy trip to Spain is not as simple as I thought. Reading a map in Spanish is the first hurdle. Compare hotel rates to get the best deal take days. Study the train routes and timetables can be nightmares.

Fly, coach or train to Penang from Singapore? The best option depends on your budget and how much time you can spend on travelling. If you have lots of time but little money, take train. If you have money but no time, take cheap flights to Penang.

Tired of the hustle and bustle of Taipei city and want to see some great scenery at Yehliu, enjoy Taro balls on top of a mountain at Jiufen or feasting on fresh seafood and oyster omelette in a night market with relaxed atmosphere at Keelung. Then hire a taxi to venture out of Taipei city.

Instead of sun-bathing in Phuket and Langkawi, the beaches of Krabi provide a cheaper alternative. Here, we managed to find 10 stunning hotels in Krabi for under $100.

Planning a Paris Mont Saint Michel day trip on your own is not difficult. This guide advises you on the bus fare and bus timings and why you should even consider spending a night there.

With VISA Card giving full support to the Travel Revolution Fair 2015, holiday-goers will enjoy great discounts and rebates when they charge their travel deals with VISA Cards.

Learn to travel smart… an infographics to help you handle a flight delay, a luggage delay, a loss of money, being injured and etc.