The capital of China, Beijing is a global city and is the political, economic and cultural/historical centre of the country. Did you know that Beijing is one of the oldest cities in the world with history dating back over 3000 years?

US (Nevada)

Nevada is known for its vast desert landscapes. Once upon a time a site for nuclear testing, it is now home to Vegas and its glitzy casinos and vibrant nightlife. While Grand Canyon technically isn’t in the state of Nevada, it makes for a short day trip from Vegas!

US (California)

Did you know that if California were a country by itself, it would rank as the top 5 economies in the world? It is home to five of the world’s biggest companies and four of the ten world’s richest people. It is also the biggest state in the US and our favourite places to land into the country due to its direct connectivity with Singapore. Two movies, a good night’s nap, one more movie – and we’re across the world!

US (Florida)

Florida is the southeasternmost U.S. state – most people know of the theme parks in Orlando which hosts 4 Disney Parks including Walt Disney World, Epcot… and several parks affiliated to Universal Studios (which host the World of Harry Potter). However, did you know that just west of Miami sits Everglades National Park?

Thailand (Phuket)

Phuket is located in southern Thailand and did you know it is the biggest Island of Thailand? Surrounded by the Andaman sea, it is home to many beautiful beaches from Mai Khao in the north to Patong in the South.

China (Hong Kong, Shenzhen)

Hong Kong has always been a “sister” city to Singapore in my head – a gateway into something much bigger, a financial hub, 6+ million people on a tiny dense city layout… the list goes on.

South Korea

Seoul is a mix of everything – from neon lights in Myeongdong to traditional temples, from skyscrapers in their CBD to the latest k-pop dance on the streets, from palaces & pagodas to mountains & waterfalls down in Jeju, South Korea is a fascinating place to travel with two little Beans!