Johor Bahru Travel Guide: How To Access Johor Bahru From Singapore Easily

Johor Bahru is a city connected to Singapore by two bridges. A lot of tourists and locals from Singapore go to Johor Bahru for the shopping malls as shopping is generally more affordable here compared to Singapore. As a matter of fact, Johor Bahru is one of the biggest industrial centers in its country.

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Singapore Travel Guide: A 4D/3N Itinerary

Singapore has always been an ideal first international trip for Filipinos and for the right reason. Singapore boasts of its beautiful man-made attractions such as unique museums, modern botanical gardens, and luxurious entertainment centers. It has got everything from vibrant nightlife to delicious food. On top of it all, the environment is generally safe and clean. Cultural diversity is also very evident in the city.

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Universal Studios Singapore: Your Planning Guide

It is a known fact that Singapore boasts of its beautiful man-made attractions such as unique museums, modern botanical gardens, and luxurious entertainment centers. But there is one more spot in the city that will never fail to bring out the child in you. One of the most-visited destinations and definitely something you should not miss when in Singapore—the Universal Studios Singapore!

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The Underrated Beauty of Daejeon City: What To Expect and Where To Go

Whenever someone mentions traveling to South Korea, Seoul is always on the top of everyone’s minds. We cannot blame ourselves for this. Being the center of all things pop and culture and having portrayed as the primary setting of most Korean drama and films, Seoul is the most popular city in South Korea. It is the capital, after all. However, South Korea has so much more to offer.

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South Korea is one of the top international tourist destinations among Filipinos because of the prominent Korean influence in our country. Majority of Filipinos nowadays enjoy Korean food, music, culture, films and drama series. This is why South Korea has become a dream country for most of us. The good news is we can turn this dream vacation into a reality starting with the first vital step: Applying for a visa. As you may know, a tourist visa is required to enter South Korea. Don’t worry, applying for a South Korea visa is very easy and totally free!

During the celebration of the Philippines and South Korea’s 70th anniversary of their diplomatic relations last June 2, 2019, Korean Ambassador Han Dong-Man said Seoul will ease the requirements for Filipinos who want to visit South Korea. He announced that they will give multiple entry visa valid for 5 to 10 years and cut down the number of documents needed for visa application–especially for qualified people such as the businessmen, media representatives, and government officers.

UPDATE: Processing of applications for South Korea for a temporary visitor’s visa will be a minimum of  25-30 working days from the date of lodging at the Korean Embassy (excluding Saturdays, Sundays & holidays), according to the announcement of the Korean Embassy last September 26, 2019. Expedite/Express processing option will no longer be allowed starting September 9, 2019 (for both first-time travelers & frequent travelers).

The Embassy will also no longer allow withdrawal/pull out of passports and documents once the application has been received. So please be make sure that you will not be needing your passport until the release of your Korean Visa.

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Seoul, Korea Travel Guide: A 4D/3N Itinerary

It was beyond magical. Imagine a setting where scenic, flamboyant trees with quaint leaves of green, yellow, red and orange colors are found everywhere; where the glory of the sun reaches you, supplemented by the chill atmosphere—that kind of sunny where you still have to wear warm clothes to keep you cozy; where everything is worth appreciating, and you just want to reach out and grab everything that your eyes can see—that’s Seoul, Korea in the Autumn.

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What Made Dubai Unique During Our FIRST Time In This City

From its flashy skyscrapers to its sweeping sand dunes, Dubai offers a variety of unique experiences for your first time trip. Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Over the years, Dubai has developed into a fascinating and vibrant city in the Middle East. It has attracted the world’s attention through large construction projects, most particularly the world’s tallest building–the Burj Khalifa. Aside from this, the city also offers world-class shopping experience with the largest malls and fancy staycations through its luxury hotels. The easily accessible desert where you can drive or ride camels along the majestic dunes is also something you should not miss.

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Ocean Park Hong Kong Halloween Fest 2018 Guide: What To Expect

Halloween is already right around the corner! What better way to celebrate this than enjoying a day in one of the happiest place on earth,  Ocean Park, Hong Kong! This time, it’s going to be the happiest AND the scariest as Ocean Park is having their ultimate Halloween Fest offering everyone a frightful fun this season!

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