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Officially, there are six long weekends in Singapore thanks to the public holidays this year, but why not turn it into seven long weekends of travelling?
In fact, this is the only day you have to take annual leave for to enjoy a total of 23 days of vacation time this year! Be kiasu and plan early early! So there are loads of opportunities to escape the daily grind without using too much of your previous leave allowance , but with so much time on your hands, where exactly should you go? Expedia has done all the work for you! Have a look at our list of destinations that are perfect for the quick getaway over the upcoming public holidays long weekends in This charming town of golden-spired Buddhist temples, ancient monasteries and peaceful streets, nestled among forested foothills, radiates a relaxed vibe.
There are loads of things to do. When: Saturday, 6 February — Tuesday, 9 February. If you prefer total isolation, tranquilly awaits at Koh Rong, a dreamy isle 25 kilometres from the coast of Sihanoukville. February is a good time to visit this tropical paradise — a combination of cooler temperatures and little rain makes for the perfect climate for a well-deserved break.
It is still relatively unspoilt, and water activities like kayaking and snorkelling are available for a fraction of the price offered in other popular beach destinations. If you would like something a little more adventurous, try the 30 kilometres of undulating cycling trails which pass empty beaches and fishing hamlets.
The choices are quite basic and rustic. Laze on the beach, dive into watersport activities, explore the battle-weary countryside or discover epicurean and cultural gems in the picturesque ancient town of Hoi An. This is a great all-in-one destination for the family. Bored with beach holidays? Delve into a little culture and spirituality by visiting the majestic temple complexes of Borobudur and Prambanan lying outside the frenetic Indonesian city of Yogyakarta. If you have a little time to spare, head out to explore the countryside beyond Borobudur with its green rice fields overlooked by sombre volcanic peaks.