Great weather, great food, great shopping!
Combining the skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant night-life scene, Singapore makes a great stopover or springboard into South-East Asia.
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After months of anticipation, we invite you all to finally discover the new Travellution!
Travellution has undergone a complete overhaul with new content, offers, and tools to make your travel planning easy, efficient and exciting! We hope you grow to love it as much as we do.
We're still working hard to improve Travellution every day, so if you have any ideas or suggestions, please share them with us!
Your Travellution Team
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One of the reasons we all travel is to experience something different from home: different food, different weather, different landscapes, different culture, different perspectives. Our friends at Water Is Life have highlighted this last difference in a remarkable viral video called "First World Problems" which reminds us that travel is not only about discovery, but also about opening our minds and our hearts to different, and sometimes difficult, perspectives.
Your Travellution Team
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Our friends at Information is Beautiful came up with a rather "useful" study a few years ago for the savy and frequent traveller entitled "Reduce Your Odds of Dying in a Plane Crash" which we feel compelled to share with you.
Keep in mind, your chances of dying in a Plane Crash are 11,000,000 to 1. You are five times more likely to be struck by lighting. (for more comparisons, check out the odds at the end of the study)
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Not wanting to be rude, and excited to finally get out onto the river, I closed my eyes and threw back the free shot of Tiger whiskey that I’d just been handed. With the fiery drink still burning in my throat I was awarded my ‘Vang Vieng Tubing’ armband – a scraggy piece of green cloth tied around my upper arm. It’s a souvenir that is proudly worn and recognised amongst backpackers as the true mark of a traveller…it says that you braved the Vang Vieng tubing experience and lived to tell Read more [...] Read More