Make this year’s summer memorable and escape your daily madness by planning an exciting summer vacation as early as now. Having something to look forward to is always helpful to keep us more focused and motivated at work. It doesn’t matter if it’s only a few days more to go, or several weeks, or a couple of months. You can never be too early when planning on something exciting. The thought of some relaxing carefree stress-free days can make all the hard work well worth it.
Here are this year’s top summer destinations Singaporeans should go to:
Mei Prefecture, Japan
Bask in Japan’s natural beauty and soak in its calm serenity. Mei Prefecture in Japan is a new reason to go in Japan. You’ll find yourself in a place heavily influenced by the Zen philosophy which is a good thing as it is very Japanese. You can also indulge on wellness as the place is filled with hot pools from Japan’s well known mineral-rich hot springs.
Seattle is preparing to host a lot of tourists this year as they enhanced their Seattle street car system and light rail system to easily take these visitors to their food destination that is Capitol Hill. We’ve all watched those American food shows with big servings – too big for us Asians – and mouth-watery food indulgencies. How about finally having some?
Hop on to Liege if you’re looking for a summer art destination. Liege is Belgium’s new art and food tourist destination where visitors can go to art museums that showcase art paintings from Louvre museum. You can also expect to catch various art and food exhibitions and festivals this summer.
Iberia Wetlands, Argentina
Now is a good time as ever to visit Iberia Wetlands in Argentina. This is where you’ll get to see the world-famous Patagonian desert that is home to plenty of indigenous wildlife. If nature and animals is more of your thing, this is a place you must go to. You’ll get to see jaguar, giant anteater, giant otter, pampas deer, red macaw, and many more.
Music lovers would want to go to Adelaide, Australia this summer for the WOMADelaide music festival. You can expect to enjoy great music with plenty of pop-up restaurants on the side. Indulging in great music, hanging out with same-minded people, and eating good food is a fun hipster way to spend your summer.