Online, world travel guides are coming into their own. While they may never beat a solid guidebook that you can dog ear and mark up as you travel the world, they are becoming more valuable for research pre-departure. Thanks to the minimal resources required to create a travel guide online (no publishers, distributors, materials, etc.) we will continue to see more pop up as the world gets smaller. However, as the quantity of world travel guides increases, the need for quality, dependable information becomes more scarce. Here are the most authoritative spots online to help you prepare your next big adventure:Travelfish.org. If you are looking for intelligence on Southeast Asia, look no further than Travelfish (even Lonely Planet, creator of the classic "Southeast Asia on a Shoestring" acknowledges their hard hitting advice). They provide detailed information about all of Southeast Asia, with a focus on Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam, with additional sections on Singapore and the … [Read more...] about Online World Travel Guides – The Top 4
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With high availability rates and high local access speeds, the Singapore shared web hosting services are designed to solve difficulties generating revenue online on account of a poor web presence. The internet revolution has also exposed the online business enthusiasts to the need to address sufficient visibility and enhance profits via powerful, cost- effective ways of creating revenue via a domain that is key word rich and designed for your business.Singapore shared web hosting plans help you address the leverage on the potential of search engines to attract the desired volume of web based traffic to your site. Thus, with a good online marketing campaign and using Singapore shared web hosting plans for greater reliability and speed, it exposes your business brand and touch points to potential business clientele. This in turn generates revenue.Singapore shared web hosting works along the paradigms that are established, keeping in mind that search engines use prevalent information on … [Read more...] about The Complete Guide to Singapore Shared Web Hosting
Singapore nanny - or more specifically, a nanny is defined as someone who takes care of children.However, in Singapore, a nanny is also someone who not only helps take care of children, she also helps to do the household chores, wash the car and assist in other domestic work. She is also commonly called a maid, an "ah-mah" or a domestic helper.In Singapore, the pace of life is extremely fast. Hence, having a Singapore nanny is more a necessity than a luxury. Most of these nannies come from the Philippines and Indonesia. Other countries of origin include Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and even Nepal. Currently, there are about 150,000 foreign domestic workers in Singapore.Under the Singapore regulations, it is mandatory that the nannies live in with the family. As such, it is very important to choose the right Singapore nanny for your family, and in particular, your children.So, here's a step by step guide to choosing the right Singapore nanny for your family:Step #1:Firstly, you must understand … [Read more...] about How to Choose a Singapore Nanny
At the training institute where I conduct 5 Day PMP Exam Preparation workshops, many busy project managers come and say something like this: “I don’t have much time. I am a very busy person. I can’t be spending 5 days going though this project management training program…”, or “Listen, I have over 20 years of project management experience, and I could easily teach all about Project Managemnet easily. How about you just give me the course material, and books etc., and I’ll prepare for the exam myself. And I am not asking for any favour, I’ll pay for the material and books. In fact, I think that if I just go through the PMBOK Guide, I’m pretty sure I can pass the exam easily.” Some post on the PMP Forum, about whether there is a need to study the PMBOK guide or not? The PMP Training coordinators listen patiently, and says something like: “Yes, you can read the PMBOK guide. But that alone may not be sufficient. What … [Read more...] about Is reading the PMBOK Guide enough to pass the PMP Exam?
In Singapore, the educational system to gain international reputation and is well known to produce students strong in math and science. There are about 80,000 foreign students from 120 countries in the Singapore education system, out through the local public schools, private international schools, three local universities, the best international universities with campuses in Madrid and polytechnics. Our main goal is to provide a brief overview of educational options available to their children in Singapore for the selection of a school can not be a difficult decision. We will discuss in this article about the number of different factors including the type of curriculum, quality of education, location, fees, admission requirements, and of course the potential waiting list. Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education (K-12) K-12 is the main title of the students in preschool, primary and secondary schools. In some countries this is also known as primary, secondary and high school levels. K-12 … [Read more...] about Guide for Singapore Education