Singapore 13082016

We'll be staying at The Fullerton Bay Hotel

Other Recommended Options

The Pod Capsule Hostel
Adler Hostel
The Port by Quarters Hostel

The Sultan 
Lloyd's Inn 
New Majestic Hotel 
Naumi Liura
BIG Hotel 
The Club Hotel

Hotels w view / in CBD
Parkroyal on Pickering
Sofitel SO
Carlton City/Hotel
Raffles Hotel 
Marina Bay Sands

Check for discounted rates on Agoda.

Regensburg 10092016

Recommended Options

Eurostars Park Hotel Maximilian
Hotel Orphée
Hotel Münchner Hof
Hotel Bischofshof am Dom
Hotel David an der Donau
Hotel Goliath am Dom
Bohemian Hotel
Sorat Insel-Hotel
Achat Plaza Herzog am Dom
Hotel Roter Hahn

Check for discounted rates on Expedia or

Things to do (in SG)
Singapore is known for being one of the youngest and smallest nations in the world. Once a sleepy sunny island of Malaya, it is now a bustling cosmopolitan city with a rich multi-ethnic ancestry. One of our favourite past times in Singapore is eating & partying!

Nearest International Airport: SIN Singapore Changi Airport

Our Suggestions on a Short Stay

Changi Airport just bagged its 500th Best Airport in the World title. If you're having an incredibly short layover in Singapore, it might not be a bad idea just exploring the myriad of activities, rooftop bar, gardens and food in the terminal itself.
Changi Airport Attractions

Sentosa (
Central Hawker Centres / Food
Lau Pa Sat, Maxwell Food Centre, Tiong Bahru, Pasarbella
Makansutra Gluttons By the Bay (more targeted to tourists)
Or look for specific stalls from
(CNN Travel: 40 Singapore Foods We Can't Live Without)

History & Culture
City Hall / CHIJMES
Kampong Glam / Haji Lane
Little India / House of Tan Teng Niah
Places of Worship: Sultan Mosque, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple

Museums: National Museum, National Gallery, Singapore Art Museum, Asian Civilisations Museum, Peranakan Museum, Malay Heritage Centre, Gilman Barracks
Botanical Gardens (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Gardens by the Bay
Riverside: One Fullerton, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay
Shophouse Bars: Ann Siang Hill, Kampong Glam, Holland Village
Rooftop Bars: Ce La Vi, Level 33, 1Altitude, Loof, The Lantern, Kinki Bar, Empire, SouthBridge, Potato Head Folk, Ying Yang.
Old Convent: CHIJMES

For more suggestions on what to do/see/eat, visit Singapore's extensive travel sites
Things to do (in Regensburg)

Regensburg (Ratisbon) is one of Germany's oldest towns, and was known to be an important political, economic, and intellectual center of the Middle Ages. The town's dated existence begun around 500 B.C. before becoming a Roman military post in 179 A.D. It escaped the wars with no major damage, and is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Germany.  The old town of Regensburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is best explored by foot.

Nearest International Airport: MUC Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport


How to get from Munich Airport to Regensburg?

Munich airport is around 50 minutes by car from Regensburg. The easiest way to get to Regensburg is to use the Airportliner car/minibus transfer, which will drop you directly at your preferred hotel/accomodation address. It can be booked on this website:

A less convenient but cheaper option is taking the bus to the near train station and then the train to Regensburg. Travel time is around 1 hour 45 minutes. Link to Deutsche Bahn.


Points of Interest
Altstadt (Old Town)
Dom St Peter
St Emmeram Palace - one of the largest palaces in Europe Appointments necessary
Steinerne Brücke
Kloster Weltenburg (Abbey)
Befreiungshalle (Hall of Liberation)

Wurstkuchl by the River: Traditional sausages & "perhaps the oldest continuously open public cookshop in the world"
Vinzenzmurr: Delicious & cheap traditional Bavarian Deli 
Weltenburger am Dom: Bavarian
Fürstliches Brauhaus: Bavarian
Dicker Mann: Bavarian
Storstad: Recently awarded its first Michelin Star
Taracafe: Vegan friendly cafe
L'Osteria: Affordable pizzas & Italian

For more information on Regensburg, visit: 
Facebook - Regensburg Guide
Fodors: Regensburg