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Things to Consider when Moving to Singapore

Things to Consider when Moving to Singapore

[ 0 ] June 21, 2017 |

Singapore in many people’s eyes is one of the best places in the world to move to because of the quality of life that is there and the many job opportunities. It has been a popular destination for many expats for a lot years and the chances of you running into an expat from countries […]

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How to Save Money on Last-Minute Travel

How to Save Money on Last-Minute Travel

[ 0 ] June 20, 2017 |

Most travelers know that preparation can save a lot of money. But there are times when you do not have time to prepare, and last minute arrangements can be pretty expensive. But there are ways to save money even at the last minute. 

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Travel News: Luxurious Things to do in Portugal

Travel News: Luxurious Things to do in Portugal

[ 0 ] January 5, 2017 |

Portugal has become one of the best places to visit in the world with the provision of various amazing scenery to watch and a high standard class of hotels . The country has become a star on the European tourist circuit due to its diverse tourist attraction sites and destinations. Starting with the City of […]

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10 Amazing Good-to-have Facts about Southeast Asia

10 Amazing Good-to-have Facts about Southeast Asia

[ 0 ] June 23, 2016 |

For the longest time, Southeast Asia has been a popular destination for budget-conscious tourists that want get the most out of their dollar and couple this with a magnificent experience. The region is filled with luxurious and affordable hotels, taste boggling cuisines and a wide array of beaches and historical sites. If you would like […]

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Be Cautious When Buying a House for Sale

Be Cautious When Buying a House for Sale

[ 0 ] June 9, 2016 |

For quite some time, the Malaysian housing market has been going through periods of irrational exuberance, until now. The typical home buyer was an individual that wanted to purchase a house to call his or her own, but a large proportion of purchasers got into the transactions with the aim of purchasing additional properties for […]

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Deciding Whether Condominium Living is Right for You

Deciding Whether Condominium Living is Right for You

[ 0 ] June 9, 2016 |

  Condominium living is much different than both owning a private house versus being in a flat. The layout and size varies, and you’re also part of a larger community. One important note is also that ex-pats can more easily own a condo than if they’re seeking a house, which is landed property and heavily […]

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How to Save on Luxury Accommodations When Traveling With Family

How to Save on Luxury Accommodations When Traveling With Family

[ 0 ] April 8, 2016 |

During Holidays, travel accommodations are the most important decision to make prior to traveling. When booking a luxury hotel, several things can put a damper on your holiday. It happens every year. The Hotel doesn’t look exactly as you imagined, they somehow overbooked, or the hotel cost alone force your vacation cost to skyrocket. Save […]

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Intra Day Stays – The Win-Win Solution for Hotels and Guests

Intra Day Stays – The Win-Win Solution for Hotels and Guests

[ 0 ] September 10, 2015 |

Infographic by HotelsByDay.com. Used with permission.  

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The Best American Road Trips

The Best American Road Trips

[ 0 ] May 31, 2015 |

A road trip is a fantastic way to explore and is the ideal holiday for couples, families and groups of friends. America is one of the best places to embark on such an adventure. With its long highways, stunning natural features and numerous places of interest, the US could well be considered the birthplace of […]

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Visit the World of the Emperors at Forbidden City

Visit the World of the Emperors at Forbidden City

[ 0 ] May 23, 2015 |

In the heart of Beijing is one of the most well preserved imperial palaces of China, the Forbidden City. The splendid palace got its name from the fact that it was inaccessible for 500 years, finally being made into the Palace Museum in 1925 after the last Emperor abdicated and later was evicted.

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