Asia's Biggest Music Festival of the Year Returns to Bangkok Wilder than Ever

S₂O
 
If you are sitting in the office right now and wishing for a short getaway where you could set aside your troubles and party with wild abandon, we urge you to apply for leave immediately because Bangkok & Asia's biggest Songkran music festival, S₂O, is returning on 13 – 15 April 2016!
 

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A Nautical Party of Epic Proportions: On Board the Maiden Voyage of Shipsomnia

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Shipsomnia: The Search for Lost Rhythms just came and went, and this is how the most epic party cruise went down. Shipsomnia was a 5-day getaway (2 Jan – 6 Jan 2016) where instead of having to apologize for your alcoholism, you are encouraged to embrace it. This hopping party cruise is not for the lightweights – it is a highseas adventure made of teeth and balls, a nonstop all-around-the-clock hardcore party island on water, a no holds barred electronic music festival boasting the ultimate experience of extravagant stages with an equally decadent lineup of DJs dropping the sickest beats.
 

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Waterway Point Brings New Buzz to Punggol

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To the long yearning residents of Punggol, the opening of Waterway Point on Monday, 18 January, comes as a godsend.
 

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Graffiti City: Melbourne's Colorful Street Art will Leave You in Awe

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No trip to the old capital of Australia, Melbourne, is complete without look at the city's diverse street art. Here's a quick excerpt of what we managed to spot and were dazzled by.
 

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A Blast from the Past: The Bygone Era of Iconic Areas in Old Singapore

old Singapore
 
There is nothing like reliving the good old days. The New York Public Library recently released some past photos of Singapore that will give older Singaporeans a sense of old school nostalgia and for younger ones a peek into how life was like in Singapore back then before our skies were inundated with towering skyscrapers and streets jam packed with cars.
 

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