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5 Holiday Destinations Singaporeans Can’t Miss This Summer

They told me, people with common interests do not gel together well, on the contrary, people with complementary interests do well together. I did not believe them before I found that while I have unconditional love for the winters, my wife loves spring more than me. Jokes apart, she does love spring a lot.

She was happy with the fact that with the festivities of Easter in the UK and in the Europe, and the festival of Holi in India we officially mark the beginning of the spring. The round of argument was hers. She said, “the winters may have a connection with the romance, but it makes us lazy, while the spring brings energy and liveliness, and inspires us to live as much and as rich as possible.

I knew her target and the real reason behind her happiness. She was happy with the fact that spring means the beginning of the holiday season as well, and that is what she was gunning for. However, like most she was unaware of the fact that the cost of holidays is increasing like anything, which is on my mind.

As if she was reading my mind to the perfection, before I talk about the cost of the holidays, she came with her iPad with a browser showing a wide range of Expedia voucher codes on collectoffers.com. She whispered slowly, “You need not to worry about the cost, pick whichever destination you want, CollectOffers would ensure, you get an exceptional Expedia discount deal with hefty discounts.”

My worries evaporated and incredible excitement would have been visible had I been in front of the mirror. I got my lappy out and started listing destinations we can travel and the best of hotels we can stay in luxuriously. Here is the list of holiday destinations I listed with the best of hotels. Would you like to pick any single one for me?

Paris
It’s easy to fall for Paris. Even if you’ve never been, you’ll probably have felt the attraction already; its beauty is no secret. Endlessly written about, painted, and photographed, Paris conjures up emotions for which adequate words and images simply don’t exist. Whatever you have read, seen, or heard about the city, the most important thing you need to do is visit.

L’Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe
A modern seven-storey Paris hotel inspired by the Art Deco style, overlooking Parc de Monceau, one kilometer from the Champs-Élysées. Hotel guests can work out with personal trainers and unwind with a hydrotonic bath, a massage and a range of beauty treatments. Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe guestrooms feature 1930s-influenced decor and come equipped with free WiFi, premium bedding, minibars, and air conditioning.

Sydney
The capital of New South Wales has a reputation of being shallowly beautiful. However, you need a closer look of the city to really measure its charm and influence. A city with a long and complex history, Sydney has been reflecting and celebrating the rich cultural diversity of Australia. Possessing Australia’s oldest wine region, the city of Sydney is known for its festivals and autumnal hues.

Four Seasons Hotel
 Luxury and panoramic views abound at this Rocks District hotel set within a 5-minute walk of Sydney Harbor, the Sydney Opera House, and the Sydney Harbor Bridge. The hotel features a restaurant, bar, fitness equipment, and terrace pool. Guest rooms are decorated with marble, exotic woods, silks, and beds dressed with Egyptian cotton linens; other amenities include free WiFi and minibars.

Taipei

Food, culture, folk arts and architecture, all of the Taipei is highly influenced by a mix of Japanese, Chinese and American culture and. Lifestyle. The vibrant capital of Taiwan is over 300 years old city, but joined the global party quite late, only after being comfortable in its own skin. Minnan-style temples, the heritage lanes turned gourmet cafe and boutique centers, the buzzing neon neighborhoods or the nightlife nothing you can miss.

Regent Taipei
Centrally located in the Taipei CBD, amid shopping and entertainment venues, this luxury Regent hotel is a five-minute walk from the Zhongshan MRT station and 1.6 km from the National Taiwan Museum. The Regent Taipei features a full-service health spa, heated rooftop pool with panoramic city views, health club, and sauna. Spacious guest rooms with bay windows as well as large marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs would win your heart effortlessly.

Penang
Give yourself at least four days to explore Penang. Expect to experience a good range of interesting landmarks while holidaying here. Beaches in Penang are the ideal spots to relax. Like most, you would tend to flock towards Gurney Drive for a dining and nightlife experience in Penang. There is a good variety of food to eat, but Penang Laksa can’t be missed. Penang is also a great destination for a spiritual journey. The Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple is well worth exploring for a few hours.

Eastern And Oriental Hotel
Opened in 1884, this all-suite, historical hotel is within 1 km (0.6 miles) of the financial, entertainment, cultural, and historical districts in downtown Georgetown. A 750-foot seafront promenade along the back of the hotel features outdoor dining options, a swimming pool, and historical monuments. All 127 suites have complimentary wireless Internet access and 24-hour butler service; all rooms are outfitted with timber flooring and marble bathrooms.

Chiang Mai
No Chiang Mai visit would be complete without admiring the city and its surrounding green foothills from the lofty Doi Suthep summit. The temple on this mountain’s slopes, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, was first built in 1383 and ranks among the city’s most distinctive landmarks. Another way to admire Chiang Mai is aboard a Mae Ping River cruise. Chiang Mai ranks only second to Bangkok for amazing food options. Mild curries, noodles and rice are some of the traditional northern Thai dishes served in many Chiang Mai guesthouse and hotels.

Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai
Located in Chang Khlan, this family-friendly Chiang Mai hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Central Chiang Mai Memorial Hospital and Chiang Mai Night Bazaar. Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center and Wat Chiang Man are also within 3 km. A full-service spa, a restaurant, and an outdoor pool are available at this hotel. Free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking are also provided. Other amenities include a health club, a fitness center, and a bar/lounge. All 281 rooms feature thoughtful touches like refrigerators and coffee makers. Free WiFi and 24-hour room service and flat-screen TVs with cable channels.