28 - 10 Destinations to Escape the Cold this Winter

10 Destinations to Escape the Cold this Winter

Wouldn’t it be the best if you could spend your Christmas and New Year under the sun in flip-flops and a skater dress or a swimsuit instead of being all decked up in fluffy and full sweaters? We all deserve an amazing vacation of the sun and beach and visiting during the winter would be the best time. Take advantage of your Christmas holidays to escape to one of these warm destinations to avoid the cold this winter. 

Bahamas 

The weather in the Bahamas is always a green signal if you desire to escape the cold. Wear your flip-flops and enjoy nature in full swing. Though we recommend you not to visit between July and October as the hurricane season goes on in full swing. 

Morocco 

This is the best place to be if you desire to enjoy the heat of North America. We recommend that you must visit Marrakesh and Fez so that you can enjoy the souks and we are sure that the beauty of the medians would surprise you. 

Bali 

Only January is wet and cold in Bali otherwise this destination is a heaven for vacation. Enjoy your Christmas and New Year by surfing on the West Coast. 

Dubai 

This is one destination which is far from the rains and cold and it is best to explore the city during Christmas and New Year. Get a picture with the tallest building in the world and immerse yourself in the luxury of the Arab Emirates. 

Thailand 

The best time to visit Thailand is Winters so that you can enjoy the night party life of Bangkok or even enjoy the great weather at the beaches like Koh Chang and Koh Lanta.

Seychelles 

Seychelles is a large gigantic island with a stunning beach and the right place for you to be to escape the cold. The crystal-clear water with the sandy beaches, coral reef, and a swim during the blissful weather are sure to win your hearts.  

Hawaii 

Hawaii is definitely the place to visit if you desire to go for an adventure and avoid the cold. You can divulge in trekking, hiking and lots of other thrilling activities. Visit Hawaii and enrich the local culture and easily escape the winters. 

Mauritius

This is a city of its own beauty where the weather is perfect to escape the cold and touch the summer love. Enrich the deep-sea fishing and do some scuba diving to embrace your soul in an ultimate manner. 

Jordan 

Jordan is one city that would be loved by those individuals who seek the sun, sea, and desert altogether. Make the most of it while visiting the popular city of Petra and the red desert of Wadi Rum. 

South Africa 

Explore Johannesburg and Cape Town, in the moderate weather along the southern coast of Africa. You will love nature and also get to experience the South African culture in full swing. 

To get more information or to get on board to go to these amazing destinations, connect with Travel Gooru where we have suitable flight offers for you so that you can easily live your dreams without burning your pocket. 

 

Travel Gooru Blogs 1 - How to Travel the World Living Out of a Backpack

How to Travel the World Living Out of a Backpack

Whoever came up with the phrase ‘travel light’ had probably never envisaged a person travelling, and the world no less, so light that they end up living out of a backpack. But no matter what anyone says, travelling the world out of a backpack is definitely a huge learning experience – one which takes a lot of courage. A lot of experienced backpackers recommend that everyone must have this experience at least once in their lifetime.

So, if you are looking for some adventure in your life which involves travelling the world living out of a backpack but have not the first clue as to how to go about it, then don’t worry since that is exactly what we are going to be talking about – how to travel the world living out of a backpack. So, read along and start jotting down the important points!

 

Prepare a List of Things

First things firsts, it is very important that you prepare a list of all the basic essentials which you will be needing to have a proper ‘living out of backpack’ experience. Typically, your list should include the following:

1. Getting yourself a bag!

The very first thing that your list should mention is getting yourself the right bag. Remember, when buying the right bag for backpacking, it needs to be the right combination of light yet sturdy.

 

2. Recognise all the gadgets you will need

Depending on where you are travelling, you must carry all the necessary gadgets. This may include the universal travel adaptor, locks for your luggage, etc.

 

3. Clothes and other items

When deciding what clothes to keep, your mantra should be ‘less is more.’ During this process, it is best to ask yourself the question ‘will I even look at it during my travels?’ if your answers range from no to maybe, then that article of clothing should not make your list.

 

Rules to follow when you live out of a backpack

1. Best to leave space

When travelling out of a backpack, it is highly recommended that your backpack isn’t full to the brim. It is best to travel light and leave space for all the things you may collect during your travels.

 

2. Remember to have a ‘day bag’

Always keep a small day bag with you handy, just in case you feel like exploring the town you are staying in without having the weight of your travel backpack weighing you down.

 

3. Be organised

This is the most important rule of backpacking around the world – be extremely organised. Your organisational skills will be the only things that will help you during your globetrotting travels.

 

If you want access to reviews about all the places you can visit, the hotels you can stay in or the cars you can rent – all of which available at a budget friendly – then Travel Gooru has all this and much more! So, go check out Travel Gooru right away!

Travel Gooru Blogs - 5 Best Places in Singapore Everyone Should Visit Once

5 Best Places in Singapore Everyone Should Visit Once

The city of Singapore is an island city-state in Southeast Asia. It is a land od of religious and cultural diversity. The city-state has many historical monuments like The Esplanade, Fort Canning hill, National gallery Singapore and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple to name a few. There are also numerous other famous attractions within the city-state! Some of the best places that should be visited while in Singapore are:

 

1. Gardens by the Bay

This is a Nature park spanning 101 hectares of reclaimed land. The park has three waterfront gardens, Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. Bay South Garden is the largest and its Flower Dome is the largest greenhouse in the world. Gardens by the Bay is an endeavour to transform ‘Garden city’ to ‘City in a Garden’, primarily with a aim of raising the quality of life by enhancing greenery in the city.

 

2. National Museum of Singapore

If you want to know about the history and culture of Singapore, this is your one stop destination. This museum reveals the intriguing history of this country in a very interesting manner. It’s like standing in a vast darkened space surrounded by a video showing everyday life in Singapore with arousing background score. The National museum is the oldest and one of the city’s architectural icons. The building is a beautiful structure, with a blend of old and new enhancing the elegant neo-classical building.

 

3. Jewel Changi Airport

This is a nature-themed entertainment and retail complex on the land side of Changi Airport. The Centrepiece of this airport which is linked to all the three terminals is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, named RainVortex, which is surrounded by a terraced forest setting. The Jewel has gardens, hotels, aviation facilities and more than three hundred dining outlets. It has many other attractions like the Shiseido Forest Valley, an indoor garden spanning five storeys. The Canopy Park at the top level features more gardens and several leisure facilities.

 

4. Marina Bay

It is a Bay located in the Central area of Singapore. It is the new downtown of Singapore built on reclaimed land. Some of the famous iconic buildings in this area are Marina Bay Sands, Marina Bay Financial Centre and Asia Square.

 

5. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

This is a Buddhist temple and museum complex located in the Chinatown district of Singapore. The temple is built to house the tooth relic of the historical Buddha. The Relic can be viewed by the Public on the fourth floor of the temple.

 

So, if you are planning a holiday, or a trip to Singapore, and looking for convenient assistance, ‘travelgooru.com’ will be Ideal for you. Our mission is to help you save when you make reservations for travel and stay. The website was created by technological experts with their main asset being free global travel search engine, providing one in all solution for best travel deals online in a very easy, efficient, fast and secure way.

1 - My First Budget-Friendly Travel to Singapore

My First Budget-Friendly Travel to Singapore

I always knew that Singapore will not be easy on my pocket and yet I wanted to visit this glamourous land. It was hard for me to decide and plan the whole itinerary as I was a first-time traveler.

 

But once a traveler said it best that “traveling is to learn and unlearn things”. Hence, here my boring life ceased, and the new chapter of world tour began.

 

I am like any other traveler who loves to travel on very less cost. However, travelers like me need to go through a lot of resources and this is what I did during my first journey.

 

This blog is all about the budget-friendly approaches that I have applied to spend a wonderful time in Singapore. Perhaps, by the end of the blog, you will encounter an amazing tool that will help you to plan your budget-friendly itineraries. Stay with me till the end.

 

Budget Tip #1

 

Sleep

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The first thing that comes to our mind while heading toward a new land is about accommodation. I was even concern about this matter.

 

There were many accommodations that I found on the internet but all of them were very expensive.

 

However, I could not think of staying in a place where I will have to pay $100 for a night. Then, I came across “Travel Gooru”. It is an online platform that provides best deals on accommodations around the world.

 

Budget Tip #2

 

Food

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The next concern on my itinerary was about “budget-friendly place to eat”. The best advice that I can provide to any first-time traveler is that “street foods won’t hurt you”. Yes, you got me right.

 

If you are on budget travel to Singapore, then try out the street food stalls rather than going for any good-looking restaurant.

 

You will find the authentic taste of Singaporean cuisine in the stalls because the meals prepared in many expensive restaurants have a fusion taste to it.

 

Budget Tip #3

 

Getting Around

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Many first-time travelers fall into the trap of extra transportation cost. The cab drivers in Singapore charge more form the tourist compared to locals.

 

I would have even fallen into the same trap if I didn’t find “Travel Gooru” at the right time. Along with amazing accommodation deals they even provide rental cars too.

 

With the help of the rental cars, you can save a lot of money and even head towards your desired tourist sight only with the help of a map.

 

Moreover, it is a win-win situation because it is budget-friendly and unlike any other transportation, you can move and plan according to your desires.

 

Budget Tip #4

 

Shopping

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Singapore is filled with shopping malls as far as your eyes can reach. But some malls are ridiculously expensive.

 

On my itinerary to Singapore, I wanted to buy things for my friends and family which would not rip off my pockets.

 

Perhaps, for that, I headed to the tourist market around Chinatown and Little India. I found amazing souvenirs from these spots. However, do not forget to haggle for the products that you want.

 

Budget Tip #5

 

Getting In And Out

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The start and end of a journey are very vital. Most of us tend to spend most of your money behind the flight tickets but this isn’t the case anymore.

 

With the help of “Travel Gooru”, you can now avail amazing deals on air tickets. This amazing platform searched and compared various prices and then allowed me to save my money by providing an outstanding deal.

 

 

Traveling has no boundaries and it is something that you should always pursue. I was always skeptic about traveling to Singapore as it isn’t easiest on pockets.

 

But an online platform like Travel Gooru has always been a helping hand. Let money not stop you from dreaming and reaching too far away lands.

 

Happy Traveling, Laura …