Amsterdam

With a rich history and vibrant cultural scene, with its picturesque canal network, the capital of the Netherlands is one of the world’s most unique city destinations. There’s a never ending selection of things to do in Amsterdam and many attractions are covered by I amsterdam City Card, which is a useful visitor pass that […]

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Pulau Ubin, Singapore

Pulau Ubin is an island northeast of mainland Singapore, considered the last “kampung” (village) in Singapore and can be reached by 15 minutes bumboat ride. Pulau Ubin is a wonderful day trip spent walking or pedalling through rustic roads under swaying coconut palms, checking out isolated beaches and flourishing mangroves. It is a really paradise […]

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Chinese Garden, Singapore

Singapore is a small city but full of nature. Really a city in a garden. Chinese garden, is a park in Jurong East, built in 1975 and designed by Prof. Yuen-chen Yu, an architect from Taiwan. The garden’s concept is based on Chinese gardening art and the main characteristic is the integration of architectural features […]

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Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, a city of contrast with action at every corner. Stare at the gleaming shrines, catch a tuk tuk along the busy streets or take a longtail boat through Chao Phraya River and see the legendary floating markets and how the locals live by Bangkok canals. I love these smiling people and their hospitality.  Mixing […]

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Singapore Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park, located in Singapore is the largest bird park in Asia. It has almost 3,500 birds across 400 species from which 20% are threatened. As you walk into the park, you immerge in huge walk-in aviaries with free flying birds. Is like when you go into a butterfly house only that is huge […]

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Hong Kong

November is a special month for me. First because we have a tradition in meeting our friends from Italy in Hong Kong and second because is my birthday. My husband and his friend started this tradition several years back and after a few years the wives were included too, lucky us ☺️ Wherever we are […]

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Ayutthaya, Thailand

One of the advantages of living in Singapore is that with 2-3 hours flight you can travel around Southeast Asia. So even if you have only a mini break or a short weekend getaway you have a lot of wonderful destinations to choose from. This time we have decided for Thailand. We’ve stayed in Bangkok […]

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Shanghai

If I wouldn’t know I’m in China, I would never say it. Shanghai looks so much like an European city. It’s heart is the Bund, a waterfront promenade lined up with colonial-era buildings. It really makes me feel like home. One of China’s cultural hubs, Shanghai has its own cuisine, opera and dialect. It is […]

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Singapore Botanic Garden

Singapore is a city in a garden. Everywhere you go, everywhere you look, there’s a lot of green. Is really like living in a garden. Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 158-year-old tropical garden. Is the first and only tropical botanic garden on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. It is the first in Asia and the third […]

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Siem Reap, Cambodia

Two years ago, for our annual week of relaxation, we’ve choose Cambodia. I wanted a trip where to combine both relaxation and cultural and Siem Reap was a great choice. Siem Reap is a resort town in northwestern Cambodia, the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, the seat of the Khmer kingdom from the 9th–15th […]

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