Singapore highlighted its top green spots as your next travel destinations.
Scientists have created a device to record a person's emotional response in each experience so that future travelers can tailor their travel plans according to their emotions.
India is Singapore's largest market for their cruise tours after reports show an increasing interest of Indian nationals to travel to the famed Lion Country.
Do you love cats? You can cozy up and eat your desserts in these five cat cafes in Singapore. These cafes let you pet, play and learn all about the story of each cats living in the establishments. Travelers Today also get to find out how the owners rescued some of their feline friends on the streets.
Singapore is famous for its cityscapes and modern life. However, the country is not without its natural parks and reserves as well. It serves as a welcoming respite from the busy state of the city. Singapore has four nature reserves, 59 parks, 271 neighborhood parks and 63 park connectors, according to Fun in Singapore.
Heads up! A lot of things are developing around Singapore to serve locals and tourists alike for the better. Here are clips and bits about the country.
Singapore may be a small country, but 24 hours is not enough to explore all the coolest sights to visit. Heck, we couldn't even have breakfast with the orangutans at Ah Meng Restaurant in Singapore Zoo. So, to crunch the time we list down what we can do and where to go in Singapore for just a day.
In Singapore, you’re not going to Platform 9 ¾ to the wizarding world of Harry Potter, but rather, you take the route to Platform 1094. It’s the newest Harry Potter themed restaurant where local muggles get to taste dishes featured in the books and movies.
Singapore has a rich history well preserved and functional and combined with the most modern attractions and amenities. Here's a 5-day travel tip to maximize your time in Singapore.
Singapore budget travel may be hard to come by nowadays. The city is considered one of the world's wealthiest, and the Economist Intelligence Unit most recently named it the world’s most expensive city to live in. With that, not only Singapore budget travel hard to do, but it may just be downright impossible.