Connected by two bridges with Singapore, Johor Bahru, also known as JB, is the second-largest city in Malaysia. Boasting 16 million annual tourist visits, its many towns are a melting pot of culture that is bound to have you experiencing Malaysia’s unique diversity. A day trip to JB lets you discover plenty of hidden gems!
Just across the water from Singapore, Batam is the perfect destination if you are looking for a short and sweet getaway. It is the largest city in the province of Riau Islands in Indonesia and is part of the free trade zone in the Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore growth Triangle.
Planning a trip to Australia? It is no secret that Melbourne is one of the most popular cities to visit in Australia. Known for its labyrinth of laneways, spectacular mountain ranges, and dynamically diverse city neighbourhoods, the cultural capital of Australia is a place you have to see for yourself if you are planning a trip sometime soon.
Set on the northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun is a town continually inventing itself. Established as a resort destination in the early 1970s, Cancun has risen to prominence, alongside Acapulco, as the premiere resort destination in all Mexico. Beachgoers from around the world come to experience the white sands and blue Caribbean waters. Beyond creature comforts and relaxation, Cancun features Maya archaeological sites, shopping, and of course, delicious food. To take in the sights and sounds of Cancun, it is best to allot yourself several days. Interspersing visits to the beach with day-trips to archaeological sites provides a nice balance. The following collection things to do is a great basis upon which to build your own Cancun adventure.