Singapore, which itself is rated as the world’s best airport, is ideally suited for a short weekend getaway out of the city. Here are several trips you might want to consider from My Store-y Self Storage Woodlands:
Singapore to Bangkok
With its fantastic variety of food, including outrageously good but cheap street food that can be found everywhere, the Chatuchak’s weekend market, Asia’s largest flea market, temples, attractive floating markets, longtail boat trips up the Chao Phraya River and thousands of bars and nightclubs, both large and small, Bangkok is a terrific stop, and it’s only a 2 hour and 15-minute flight.
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Singapore to Bali
With World-class surf waves, a nearby Monkey Reserve, an out of this world Hindu temple built right on the edge of a roaring ocean, an elephant cave, world-class dining, lots of party locations and a nearby volcano, the atmosphere is just different and exotic in Bali, the Island of the God’s.
And it’s less than a 3-hour flight from Singapore. And While you are on your trip, consider putting your prized goods in storage at Self Storage Woodlands.
Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
Want to get there fast. Consider hopping on a 55-minute flight to Kuala Lumpur.
One of the first things you can do is re-live the movie Entrapment by visiting the Petronas Towers, two absolutely stupendous examples of architecture. And if you want to hunt for bargains, look no further than Kuala Lumpur’s bustling Chinatown, one of the largest in the world. Together with Botanical Garden’s, a 400 million-year-old limestone cave with a 100-million-year-old temple incorporated in it, a world-class aquarium and one of the best waterparks everywhere, this is a great short trip.
And While you are on your trip, consider putting your prized goods in storage at Self Storage Woodlands.
Singapore to Borneo
The third-largest island in the world, and jointly owned by Indonesia, Brunei, and Malaysia, Borneo has wild beaches and even wilder jungles.
What do people love about Borneo? The Jungles have wild elephants, and orangutans, while the diving to see tropical fish and sea turtles is fantastic.
Borneo is admittedly off the beaten path, compared to Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur, but there is plenty of resorts, restaurants and quaint attractions such as the Cat Museum to enjoy a very pleasant couple of days.
Singapore to Ho Chi Minh
What to say about Ho Chi Minh (formerly Saigon.) It’s a mix of decades-old French architecture, modern offices, mixed with nearly 9 million people. There are museums, opera houses, even a chance to experience what is was like traversing the war-time tunnels of wartime Vietnam. For those who love a mix of the old and the new, Ho Chi Ming, only 2 hours flying time from Singapore, is an interesting short-term travel visit.