Planning Tips for your Iceland Road Trip
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Iceland has long been famed for its raw and dramatic landscape, a dream destination for any avid landscape photographer. Located between Greenland and Norway, the island nation is at the juncture of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Due to … Read More

5 Greatest Attractions in Northeast Iceland
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Northeast Iceland is one of the most remote parts of the island nation. Its distance from capital Reykjavík (~6 hours drive) naturally precludes time-tied tourist from exploring this region. Nonetheless, for visitors fortunate (and well informed) enough to travel to the … Read More

3 Must-See Places in Southeast Iceland
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Southeast Iceland is dominated by the colossal Vatnajökull, Europe’s largest icecap. Towns are far and few in between. Instead, the region is home to some of Iceland’s most spectacular glaciers and ice-filled lagoons. This post is part of our comprehensive blog … Read More

Iceland Road Trip: Top 7 Attractions in Southern Iceland
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A mere 2 hours drive from Reykjavik (capital), Southern Iceland plays host to some of the most dramatic waterfalls, coastlines and glaciers in the country; most within relative proximity of each other. For those with limited time to explore beyond … Read More

Directions to DC-3 Plane Wreck (South Iceland)
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  This United States Navy DC-3 plane wreck is one of the most unusual sights in Southern Iceland. The plane (with the United States inscription still visible on the fuselage) crashed in Nov-1973 with fortunately no fatalities and had remained … Read More

Top Attractions in Iceland (Map View)
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This post is part of our comprehensive blogs on how to plan for an Icelandic Road Trip. To know what are the top attractions in the various regions of Iceland, refer to our relevant blog post/s on these regions below: … Read More

Top 8 Attractions in and around Reykjavik; capital of Iceland
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Iceland has long been famed for its raw and dramatic landscape, a dream destination for any avid landscape photographer. Located between Greenland and Norway, the island nation is at the juncture of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Formed around … Read More

Exploring Western Australia (Part 1/2 : Best of Perth & Fremantle)
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Other than my native Singapore, the next city that I spent a significant amount of time was in Sydney where I did my engineering degree for 2 years. However, over the years after graduation, the one city that I most … Read More

Exploring Western Australia (Part 2/2 : Highlights beyond Perth)
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Dolphin discovery centre, Bunbury The discovery centre itself was pretty basic with some marine life displays and guided tours. There’s a beach in front of the centre and the staffs will ring the bell whenever dolphins’ are spotted near the … Read More

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