Singapore is the most developed and advanced country in Asia. It is also one of the most powerful country in the world. Singapore at first glance may describe as a luxury place to live! It has so much to offer in terms of attractions. It’s incessantly progressing and growing with people who are passionate and dedicated in creating new possibilities. As you may know, it is the world’s most expensive cities to live in, it’s the MOST expensive, topping the Economist Intelligence Unit’s report for the fifth year in a row.
I might say that accommodations, transportation and foods are indeed pricier than other Southeast Asian destinations. Their public transportation is so efficient that you can easily get around by train or bus. No doubt, if you try their train, it’s remarkably awesome, it’s right under the ground and if you’ll use escalator it’s more like 3 – 4 times deeper. Public bus? Ah! It’s really different in the bus of my country! How I wish it’s the same in SG. There’s specific pick up and drop off point and specific time as well! How nice, right? It is not like you’ll get along with so many other passengers inside the bus. NO! There’s also a stop button wherein driver will know if there’s passenger who would like to drop off. Cool! Also, you can enjoy a delicious meal for as little as SGD3-5 from one of many hawker centers throughout the city. You must try it!
In other words, don’t let its high standard of living keep you from going here because mind you, Singapore has so much to offer with its various cuisine, world-class and unique attractions, numerous shopping, and lively nightlife. No matter how big or small your budget is, visit Singapore and you’ll soon see and know why it is one of the top tourist destinations in Asia.
We choose to stay to this place as this is near to Tagbilaran city, having the scenic view of Mindanao sea and white sand beach called Pamilacan Island, most of all, this place has infinity pool! From airport you may hire a tricycle and tell the driver to drop you to the terminal of Jeep going to Panglao. Upon riding a jeep, this will pass though to La Veranda. Actually La Veranda is accessible via taxi, jeepneys and guests who are coming in via private transportation are given free parking spaces on site. If you wish to be pick up at the airport, the resort also offers shuttle services to and from the airport, and the seaport.
Also known as “The scramble”, is located in Shibuya, one of Tokyo Japan special spots. Shibuya Crossing! Yeeey! I finally crossed the busiest intersection in the world. It is like a nonstop and a giant beating heart, where sending people in all directions, it’s like you see ants crossed on the streets in every pulsing light change. Well, ” Welcome to Tokyo!”. Hundreds of people, probably thousands at peak times.– cross at a time, coming from all directions. I tell you, once the traffic light turns red, hundreds of people cross, in each direction. Mind you, however, while everything’s look so busy and rowdy, you won’t see chaos in it. So many people cross this junction, it’s simply because its one of the Tokyo’s busiest commercial and business areas. So many sights to see, sounds to hear and music to taste.
Let me start my guide with the list of documents we’ve had handy.
Passport – Must not expire within the next 6 months upon arrival
Documents: Proof of Identification (Company and Government ID will do)
Printed Copy of Plane Ticket (Includes the return ticket booking)
Printed Hotel Booking (This was checked upon exit from PH immigration. You are required to declare when filling up the immigration form.)
Hong Kong Tourist Visa (if applicable) — This is very important to think about when planning any trip abroad. Luckily, tourists from over 160 countries (including the Philippines) do not need a visa to enter Hong Kong.
PRE-DEPARTURE IMMIGRATION AND PROCESS
We filled up a small form (embarkation document) near Immigration entrance; it is a form where in you will be ask to provide your basic personal and destination information. We completed the form and fell in line at the check in counter, then were asked to pay our Philippine travel tax (Php1,620.00), terminal fee of PHP550.00 was already included on the purchased ticket. Make sure before you fall in line at the check in counter, you have already paid the Philippine travel tax of PHP1,620.00 or you can prepay it upon making your reservation, like Cebu Pacific.
Sundowners Vacation Villas will be your sweet escape from the busy and rowdy city. This should definitely be one of your destinations this summer or your place of celebration! This place is perfect if you want a temporary break from all the craziness and busyness in Manila. It looks like Santorini of Greece and Yes! it looks like the same.
We stayed at Arthur Villa Details: ₱10,000.00 for 1 night
Cebu is a province of the Philippines, in the country’s Central Visayas region, comprising Cebu Island and 150-plus smaller surrounding islands and islets. Its prosperous port capital, Cebu City, retains landmarks from its 16th-century Spanish colonial past, including the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño church and triangular Fort San Pedro. It’s also a gateway to the region’s renowned dive sites and beach resorts. Cebu has a rich history that’s well documented in several good little museums.