What can you do with SG$400? Spend them on historic district walks, memorable local grub and beach jaunts.
The city-state’s vibrant hawker centres serve up Malay noodles, Indian curry puffs, and a feast of cultural history. | By Rachel Ng
In a cataclysmic year, we took comfort in these travel accounts bursting with mischief, adventure, joy and hope.
From navigating hot-button issues to championing human stories over destinations, the 28-year-old viral vlogger travels with an open mind and a big heart.
Photographer AikBeng Chia’s pictures of Singapore celebrate streets and everyday lives often overlooked in the city’s conventional narratives.
Homesick for the city, a writer turns to Instagram and discovers a budding community of film photographers archiving Singapore in a rare, remarkable light.
Midnight train rides and road trip revelations, adventure week in Bali and serial safaris in Assam—we've compiled a collage of travel memories starring our readers and their fathers.
Vanilla-scented biscuits from Serbia, almond-kissed ones from Italy, and fruity tartlet from Malaysia—bake these traditional biscuits to beat the quarantine blues.
Coronavirus will upend—but perhaps make healthier—the ways we use trains, buses, and bike lanes in our post-pandemic future. | By Emily Sohn
Join National Geographic Traveller India and Foodhall's new series of culinary travel workshops to cook your favourite local dishes from countries around the world. Kicking off this weekend with a journey to Singapore.