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Archive for Public Holidays

Oct
12

2014 Australia School Holidays

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Hi Travel Buddies,

Now that we have moved to Melbourne, it becomes important for us to know the holidays, especially school holidays to plan our travels.  The school terms and holidays are slightly different from state to state.  We have just passed the 2 weeks holidays in Victoria and some other states will start school term tomorrow.

The information below listed 2014 Australia School Holidays in every state should come useful to you as well if you are planning a trip here.

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May
02

Singapore Public Holidays 2012

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Hi Travel Buddies,

We have already started to plan ahead for our holiday trips next year.  We are happy to find out that travel lovers can make full use of every single public holiday in 2012 by just taking one-day leave to enjoy a 3 to 4-days holiday break over weekends. 🙂

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Hi Travel Buddies,

Can’t make up your mind where will be your next holiday destination?

If you are searching for travel ideas to make your bookings at the coming NATAS Fair (25 to 27 Feb), you can check out on our itineraries and photo galleries links on those countries that we have been to in the past 5 years between March to May.

1. Autumn in Australia – Melbourne and Tasmania – April
2. End Winter Early Spring in USA West Coast – March to April
3. Spring in Taiwan – April
4. Spring in Egypt – March to April
5. Spring in Dubai – February to April
6. Autumn in New Zealand – April

The 2 constraints that we often need to deal with in planning a holiday is time and money.  If you follow our travel tips closely, you can overcome the constraints easily.  The first piece of good news is that the 2011 public holidays in Singapore have most days fall on weekends to allow us to go for a longer holiday.  The second piece of good news is that most currency forecasts are pointing towards a stronger Singapore dollar in 2011.

Looking at the latest exchange rates as at today below, do you have a better idea now where is your next travel destination? 😛

Hi Travel Buddies,

To prepare you for the coming NATAS Fair on 25-27 Feb 2011,  we would like to do a recap on our previous sharing about travel tips and suggestions  for places to travel by Lonely Planet.

Click on the link below to read on our previous posts:

1) How to plan a trip?
2) Lonely Planet Best in Travel 2011

If you have already made your travel plans, you can also get your travel insurance at NATAS Fair which normally gives out discount as high as 45% in past years.

It is always worthwhile to take a look at the public holidays in 2011 to plan your holidays ahead.  7 out of 11 falls on weekends and 3 falls on Tuesdays, so plan your holiday carefully to maximize your leave plans to enjoy a longer holidays.

In our next post, we will give you more recommendations on travel destinations to consider for the first half of this year.  Stay tune! 🙂

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