Summer holiday is fast approaching; schools will soon be out and many workers are already putting in their leave applications.


For those who can afford it, there’s nothing better than spending summer in a foreign country, exploring a new culture with the people you love or even alone.

If you’re confused on where to spend your break, you can choose from some of these exciting and popular destinations.



When you are thinking of paradise on earth, think of Hawaii.

The isolated US state is known for its volcanic landscapes, beautiful beaches, coral reefs and so much more to take in and enjoy.

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Dubai is a glamorous place.

It feels like a futuristic alternative earth soaked in tradition and affluence; something like Wakanda.


Bora Bora


Bora Bora, a small South Pacific island northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia, is as exotic as its name.

The most popular tourist attraction in Bora Bora is Matira, home to beaches and a prime snorkeling area.

The island is known for scuba diving and is also a popular luxury resort destination where bungalows are perched over the water on stilts.

A major sight to behold is Mt. Otemanu, a 727m dormant volcano, which is in the centre of the island.



Virginia Beach

If you want to be outdoors soaking in the sun and having fun, this is the destination for you.

Virginia Beach has 25 miles of sandy beaches and tons of outdoor activities.




Being in Amsterdam is like being in a vintage picture.

The historical city is known for its artistic heritage and complex canals.


Ocean City, Maryland

Located in Maryland, a state in the US, Ocean City is a resort town between the Atlantic Ocean and Isle of Wight Bay.



Miami has a popping art scene, sun-kissed beaches, exciting cuisine and top-notch nightlife. It’s a city that should be on everyone’s bucket list of must-visit places.



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