Travelling to a new city is always an eye-opening experience, but after being abroad for a while, that feeling of missing home creeps up on us. Be it if you’re on a backpacking vacation with your friends or jetting off from city to city solo on the hunt for hidden gems, no one is immune to homesickness. After sending thousands of travellers on trips ranging from two days to almost a month, here are five ways we’ve found that helps you cope with homesickness.Read More
Besides staying in on your bank and Public holidays in 2020, go on stints overseas to less-travelled destinations (where you don’t have to plan anything!). Anywhr gives you our travel hacks for those working in the United Kingdom (UK) for making next year the year of trips abroad, whether it’s to nearby countries in Europe or travelling all the way to Asia. From solo journeys, travels with the family or your significant other, make 2020 a year of new experiences worth remembering!Read More
Save yourself the shock of additional transaction fees when travelling with your credit card, use YouTrip instead. If you’re residing in Singapore, whether you’re a citizen, PR or foreigner, get ready to apply for your very own YouTrip card! With this prepaid credit card, you’ll have more cash to spend on your travels rather than on these administrative fees when you travel Anywhr. Here we detail the ins and outs of how to get your hands on a YouTrip card and how to use it Anywhr you go.Read More
Instead of Googling for the best places to go in Singapore during the long weekends and Public Holidays next year, take a trip Anywhr, and you’ll not have to plan anything. Anywhr gives you our travel hacks for making 2020 the year of trips abroad and no more Monday Blues. With our handy guide that lets you know the best days to apply for work leave, get out your calendars and start marking those dates down!Read More
Serial Glampacker, Sarah, got nothing but incredulous stares from her friends and family when she announced that she was taking a break from the corporate life to backpack around New Zealand and Asia. In this article, she shares with you the tips and tricks to go from glampacking, to backpacking like a pro.Read More
You may have had your fair share of previous ‘localised’ travel experiences where you moved around as a local would - but somehow you haven’t quite mastered the art of travelling truly incognito, blending in so seamlessly that even the locals think you’re one of them. In this article, Sarah shares with you some practical tips you can adopt to really put the local in your Anywhr Experience.
Booked that trip but don't know what to pack? How to plan? Or how to... be prepared? Fret not! Check this checklist out - short and sweet and you'll be ready to leave in a minute.Read More
Travelling can get tricky especially when you don’t have the right things to make life easier and I know for a fact that being a student traveller means that you are not seasoned enough to remember exactly what to pack. Besides, your itinerary is most probably going to be a spontaneous and action packed one. So, I am sure you don’t want to be missing anything when you are out there.Read More