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What To Do In Ubud With The Kids: 3 Easy Treks For The Family
Ubud is not only just a nature paradise for grown adults. It is also an adventure playground for children who are ever ready to jump on any activity that gets their adrenaline running. These young inquisitive minds are longing for experiences that open their horizons and lead them to uncharted territories which, most importantly, let them have fun. For parents thinking about what to do in nature-abound Ubud, we believe the best way to admire earth’s jewels in the uplands of Bali is by foot.
Trip.com16 Dec 20195244
LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort from 21 to 23 Sept 2018
LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort is always on the kids’ wish list of places to go, especially after they watched The LEGO® Ninjago® Movie. Their wish came true with the hassle-free booking on Trip.com app.With just your mobile phone, you can enjoy convenience and seamless travel experience like:and much more!We left our home at 11am and headed towards Johor Bahru Malaysia where LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort
Trip.com18 Jul 20191,0485,163
Singapore: The Garden City at the Crossroads of the World
Singapore is a wealthy and developed island nation located off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. A global financial center with a thriving high-tech sector, Singapore attracts visitors from around the world. Cosmopolitan culture, delicious street food, beautiful gardens, amazing luxury, all of these can be found in Singapore. In this article we’ll take a closer look and concentrate on several must-see districts. The aim is to provide a way to maximize your time and enjoyment.
Opps-Snow5 Jun 20191,7119,309
The Best Things You Shouldn’t Miss at Disneyland
As the undisputed granddaddy of theme parks, Disneyland Resort has been leading the way since 1955, inviting visitors to spend the day in the ultimate land of make-believe. What's the spotlights you cannot miss in these Disneyland parks?
Dannyboi13 May 20192905,270
Fall in Love with Shanghai: Paris of the East
Shanghai has, in a mere 25 years, emerged as global financial center and trendsetting modern metropolis. Glittering skyscrapers dot the skyline in Lujiazui, just across the Huangpu River from the stately architecture along the Bund. Chic cafes and restaurants intermingle with street vendors and classic gardens. Known as the “Paris of the East,” Shanghai garnered a reputation for noir and intrigue in the 1920s and ‘30s. The image of Art Deco buildings, gangsters with tommy guns, and cabaret never faded. As China’s undisputed financial capital, Shanghai is a city on the cutting edge. Money talks and glamor abounds; yet the past is never far away.
Dannyboi13 May 20199292,472
Hong Kong: A Great Golden Week Destination
Hong Kong has long been a gateway into China and other parts of Asia. British explorers marveled at the natural beauty and protection offered by Victoria Harbour. The city’s location at the mouth of the Pearl River has helped Hong Kong become a major center for commerce, trade, and manufacturing. When factories started to leave the city in search of cheaper labor on the mainland, Hong Kong responded by developing into Asia’s premier financial center. Through it all, Hong Kong has maintained a remarkable identity and culture. It is a fabulous destination that offers visitors a wealth of options. From luxury shopping and fine dining to pristine natural parks, Hong Kong remains Asia’s gateway city.
Dannyboi10 May 20191,4995,912
Ipoh: Not just a stopover location
While sitting in a café located in Ipoh’s Old Town sipping a cup of white coffee, and enjoying the city’s slow pace and tranquil environment, it’s hard to imagine that about 70 years ago, this city was actually one of the world’s largest producer of tin.Located 200km north of Kuala Lumpur and 130km south of Penang, this capital of Perak used to have a nickname “Millionaires’ City” in the early 20th Century, as many people made a fortune from tin mining in the district.
TeddyBear020524 Dec 20181,4102,842