We’ve got it all sorted out for you.
Travelling is well loved by all, regardless whether you are single and pumped with adrenaline or married with children and prefer to take life easy. There are a multitude of reasons why travelling is so well loved. From expanding your perspective to letting you reflect on your life, travelling helps you rejuvenate more than anything. Truth be told, everyone yearns for a holiday, but the only problem is the lack of leave dates to embark on a holiday.
So, what can be done? Here’s a good solution for you: Leverage on every public holiday you get and combine them with your leave to create the ultimate holiday plans. You get a good break and you don’t waste too many precious leave dates. Here is a summary of the possible long weekend plans you can create in 2019, at a glance:
|Type Of Trip||Leave Duration||Leave Period||Take Leave On|
|Short trip||4 days||19th to 22nd April (Good Friday)||22nd April|
|Short trip||4 days||18th to 21st May (Veask Day)||21st May|
|Medium trip||6 days||1st to 7th May (Labour Day)||2nd, 3rd May and 6thMay|
|Medium-long trip||8 days||5th to 12th June (Hari Raya Puasa)||6th, 7th June and 10th to 12th June|
|Long trip||10 days||7th to 16th August (National Day, Hari Raya Haji)||7th, 8th, 12th to 16thAugust|
|Ultimate long trip||12 days||21st December to 1st January 2020 (Christmas Day, New Year Day)||23rd, 24th, 26th, 27th, 30th, 31st December|
Now the next question is, where to go? Regardless whether you are a short-trip, medium-trip or long-trip person, we have just the right travel ideas for you. The only regret you will ever feel is to not have done the trip earlier. Read on.
By BankBazaar.sg and Joy Fang, March 2019
This article first appeared on BankBazaar.sg, a leading online marketplace in Singapore that helps consumers compare and apply for financial products such as credit cards and loans.
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