21 Best Things to Do in Los Angeles, California During Your First Time

Los Angeles is a massive place with a lot of touristy spots to check out. But of course, we couldn’t miss our fair share of a visit to most if not all of them. It's our first time, after all! So, in this post, I’ll be sharing the 21 best things to do in the area that we’ve decided to do early this year.

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Cube Boutique Capsule Hotels Level Up the Shared Accommodation Game in Singapore

Cube Boutique Capsule Hotels are branches of shared accommodation in Singapore redefining hostels. During my stay this August, there were two operating branches: one in Chinatown and one in Kampong Glam. They will be opening their third location in Chinatown soon, too.

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DIY Nami Island, Petite France, and The Garden of the Morning Calm Day Tour: A Guide for Budget Travelers

If you visit Seoul without making a day trip to Gapyeong County to explore Nami Island, Petite France, and The Garden of the Morning Calm, have you really been to South Korea at all? There are now tours travel agencies operate to assist tourists that you can book online. But I chose to DIY my way to Gapyeong County.

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[Blog Anniversary Giveaway] Taiwan Trip Essentials as Her Brave Soul Turns Two

For this celebration, I have partnered with excellent brands, and we’re giving away pretty cool prizes: one set of packing cubes and a toiletry bag from Paccube, a day tour in Hualien from KKday, 3D2N accommodation in Wow Youth Hostel Hualien, and 3D2N accommodation in Beimen Wow Poshtel. Amazing, right? That's almost P10,000.00 worth of prizes!

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Seven Great Ways to Spend Three Days or a Weekend in Singapore

I was able to come up with a list of seven great ways to spend your three days or a weekend in Singapore. And as per usual, I’m sharing it with you in this post. This entry won't provide you with a polished itinerary. But I have a few points for you to keep in mind when you plan your trip to Singapore.

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The Yard Hostel Bangkok: An Oasis for Introverts (and Extroverts) in Thailand

I’d call myself an introvert by nature, but sometimes, especially when traveling, I tend to push shyness aside and socialize a bit more. That’s the reason why I fell in love with The Yard Hostel Bangkok. It is a social place, yes. But I can say that it’s also an introvert’s haven waiting to discovered.

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