I visited Oxford as a 3-year-old and told my parents that I wanted to study here one day. That dream is long gone; but fast forward 20-odd years later, I am back with them again in the same city– to visit for a day.
It is expensive to travel to Singapore. It is, after all, ranked one of the most expensive cities to live in. However, it is possible to see the country with a low budget, or almost none at all. Here’s how I spend my day visiting– for free!
Everytime I picture Monaco; I imagine well-dressed gamblers at Monte Carlo, parties on luxurious yachts and F1 Formula races with celebrities and stars. However, I was traveling on a budget– but that didn’t stop me from enjoying this glamorous city.
Cannes is so enchanting that from the moment you step in the town, you’ll feel like a movie-star on a holiday. After all, it is home to the Cannes International Film Festival– where its all about the glitz and glamor in the name of film-making.
How do you spend a week in summer in Paris? My plan was to hit the most popular places first, and then make my way to the rest of Paris and beyond. I’m glad to say I’ve experienced Paris, and had a ball of a time.
Most people who visit Southeast Asia usually skip the small country Brunei Darussalam so I decided to make a visit to this wealthy country to see what it has to offer. Did you know you can spot Proboscis Monkeys here?
There’s so much beauty in this city, and I wanted to experience it all! So I came up with an itinerary that allowed me to visit the beautiful places, yet with enough free time to soak in my surroundings.
This city sits on the shores of Lake Geneva and is surrounded by the Alps and the Jura. Visiting Geneva, even just for a day was like a dream come true for me. The city is so beautiful, it looks like a dream.
Antwerp alludes beauty in its classic historical buildings, and fascinates visitors with its mixture of history, art and fashion… so with only a day to see it all, I didn’t waste any time!