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5 things about Shanghai that surprised me

Shanghai isn’t exactly the typical holiday destination I’d plan for. So when KT went there for work last month, I was semi-enthusiastic about joining. But I was hungry for a short break - from work and the never-ending to-dos of our new home - coupled...

The Unspoken Pains of a #SoloTrip

We’ve all come across raving reviews of the solo trip in one form or another. Instagram feeds of beautiful, brave travels, accompanied by hashtags like #solotravel #finally. Plenty of articles on ‘why you should travel alone’. Not forgetting, that friend who always says – with...

10 Award-winning Running Routes in Singapore

Singapore's top running trails   Alright, this isn’t some accredited awards commissioned by Nparks or what. But lately, I’ve been on a personal mission to explore Singapore’s running routes. It’s a great way to keep fit and keep exploring in my own backyard.   Even among our office skyscrapers...

How to Enjoy Grad Trip on a Shoe-string Budget

Graduation. One of the best times in life. You’re done with burning the midnight oil cramming endless definitions and formulae, but not yet entangled in the 9-to-5 rigidities of working world. Anyone at this stage should try the experience of a grad trip. As Ralph...

10 Reasons Why You Should Date an Outdoor Girl

We all have that friend - the girl with sun-kissed skin and a sunshine smile. The one who listens intently with a sparkle in her eyes when you share stories of your recent adventure. Here's why it may be worthwhile to know her more, and...