I love road trips! So while spending my summer in the UK, I went on a road trip of the English countryside with my family. We chose to explore the rolling fields, green meadows and farm fields of the Cotswolds.
Pulau Ubin is worlds away from the bustling city of Singapore. With its beautiful scenery, coconut trees, mangrove forests, lovely shorelines and abundant wildlife; it retains a rural and rustic village charm. A lovely place to cycle around.
This mist-shrouded town is blessed with cool and refreshing mountain air, gorgeous scenery and friendly people– the quiet and serene atmosphere here will give you a glimpse into life way back when. However, I made the journey specifically to see the ‘hanging coffins’.
Banaue is famous for the 2,000 year old rice terraces carved into its mountains. It’s an arduous trip to get there, but I’ve heard so much about the magnificence of the rice terraces that I had to witness it for myself.
Eventhough Bohol it is one of the country’s most popular islands to visit, it is still almost untouched by commercialization and still relatively unknown to the rest of the world. There are natural wonders to see, wildlife to visit and beautiful beaches to soak up the sun.