Staying at The Clan Hotel, Singapore [Hotel Review]
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by Nellie Huang
5M ago
One of the highlights of our recent Southeast Asian trip was staying at the Clan Hotel. Here’s my detailed review of Singapore’s newest luxury hotel! It’s been 3 years since I came back home to Singapore — so this recent trip to the Lion City has been a long time coming. Our stay at The Clan Hotel made it all the more special, as I was reminded of what the Singaporean identity means. Towering over the restored shophouses of Telok Ayer, The Clan Hotel is a modern luxury hotel with a nostalgic story to tell. It pays tribute to the Singaporean heritage, by working with local craftsmen to produce ..read more
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Best Singaporean Food: 30 Singaporean Dishes to Try
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by Nellie Huang
6M ago
As a proud Singaporean, here is my curated list of the best Singaporean food and where to try these Singaporean dishes! Born and raised in Singapore, I am proud to be Singaporean. Despite living abroad for the past 17 years, I will always consider Singapore home.  Singapore food is a vibrant melting pot of flavors from different ethnic groups: a reflection of how multi-cultural we are. And no matter where in the city, there are always plenty of choices when it comes to Singapore food: from traditional hawker food to gourmet heritage restaurants serving authentic Singapore dishes. To share ..read more
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20 Cool Things to do in Bali Beyond Kuta
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by Nellie Huang
11M ago
After spending two months living in Bali as a digital nomad, I’ve complied a list of things to do in Bali beyond Kuta. Bali may have its fair share of tourists seeking sun, sand and sea in the southern party triad of Kuta, Legian and Seminyak, but that’s just a small part of the island. In reality, there is SO much more to Bali than beaches and bars. Beyond the tourist hubs, the Bali we all dream of — where sarong-clad ladies saunter with swaying hips towards ancient temples under hanging banyan trees, bearing elegant offerings — still exists. So does the Bali where farmers in palm-leaf topees ..read more
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Best Things to Do in Xi’an, China [2021]
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by Nellie Huang
1y ago
A trip to Xi’an is akin to traveling back in time. Explore Xi’an’s ancient treasures with this list of things to do in Xi’an, China. Xi’an is an essential stop on everyone’s China itinerary, thanks to the Terracotta Army. But few people realize how much Xi’an has to offer in terms of historical treasures and interesting sights. Xi’an is rich with peaceful temples and and holy mosques, hutongs that rival those in Beijing, and intact walls and fortifications that date back to the seventh century. Once the ancient capital of China, Xi’an was known as Chang’an, meaning Eternal Peace. Its history d ..read more
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Best Things to Do in Xi’an, China [2021]
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by Nellie Huang
2y ago
A trip to Xi’an is akin to traveling back in time. Explore Xi’an’s ancient treasures with this list of things to do in Xi’an, China. Xi’an is an essential stop on everyone’s China itinerary, thanks to the Terracotta Army. But few people realize how much Xi’an has to offer in terms of historical treasures and interesting sights. Xi’an is rich with peaceful temples and and holy mosques, hutongs that rival those in Beijing, and intact walls and fortifications that date back to the seventh century. Once the ancient capital of China, Xi’an was known as Chang’an, meaning Eternal Peace. Its history d ..read more
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China Itinerary: Two Weeks in China [2021]
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by Nellie Huang
2y ago
Planning an epic trip to the Far East? Here’s my detailed and updated China itinerary and 2021 guide for two weeks in China! China is big and loud, modern and rustic, traditional and forward-moving all at once. It is a world of sharp contrasts and extreme superlatives. As the second biggest country in the world, China is extremely diverse. Old world meets modern metropolis, urbanscapes meet rural country life. I’ve been to China four times now and every single trip gives me a different experience. Because of the country’s size and range of interesting sights, two weeks in China are simply ..read more
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Three Days in Beijing: My Recommended Itinerary [2021]
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by Nellie Huang
2y ago
Heading to the capital of China soon? Here’s my recommended Beijing itinerary for those who want to make the most of 3 days in Beijing. Traditional yet vibrant, Beijing is a city that encapsulates the spirit of China perfectly with a slew of ancient palaces, temples and hutong districts. It’s an essential stop for anyone coming to China, because it’s home to some of the most iconic and famous sights in the country. The Chinese capital city is a hodgepodge of historical sights and attractions, making it a great introduction to the Middle Kingdom. I recommend starting off your China itinerary in ..read more
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Tokyo Itinerary: 5 Days in Tokyo
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by Nellie Huang
2y ago
Planning a Tokyo itinerary? I’m sharing every single detail of my 5 days in Tokyo, including best things to do in Tokyo, where to stay and eat! Tokyo is like nowhere else on Earth. It is ultra modern yet traditional in its essence, and highly urbanized yet filled with lush green spaces. It has a fascinating mix of ancient traditions and state-of-the-art technology, futuristic fashions and centuries-old art. 500-year-old temples stand next to looming skyscrapers, while geisha teahouses are tucked between anime shops and themed cafes.  As crazy and busy as Tokyo can be, it makes for a ..read more
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Hong Kong Travel Guide [2021]
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by Guest Blogger
2y ago
Hong Kong is a vibrant metropolis with both modern and tradition flair. Explore the city like a local with this Hong Kong travel guide by guest blogger Susan Noel. Located on China’s south coast and surrounded by the South China Sea, Hong Kong is an international metropolis. Home to more than 7 million people, 260 islands and more skyscrapers than any other city on the planet, Hong Kong is an immense destination in every sense of the word.  The city explodes with life: from busy streets lined with neon signs and larger-than-life skyscrapers to crowded night markets that stand alongside tr ..read more
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Best Things to Do in Chiang Mai, Thailand
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by Guest Blogger
2y ago
To experience the real Thailand, head to the historical city of Chiang Mai. Here are the best things to do in Chiang Mai by Thailand expert, Robert Schrader. Once the ancient capital of the Lanna Kingdom, the city of Chiang Mai is the cultural and spiritual heart of Thailand. It has the perfect combination of nature, history, food and adventure. The old city of Chiang Mai is packed to the brim with golden temples, ancient sites, and bustling markets. But it feels more like a sleepy town, and it wonderfully charming and calm. And once you leave the city, you’ll find yourself surrounded by jungl ..read more
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