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sgtravellers.com is the latest initiative by Singapore Press Holdings, Limited (SPH) to extend both the reach and effectiveness of The Straits Times (ST) Travel Supplements, and our valued Client’s advertisements, special campaigns, promotions and other travel related features into the internet space.

By reaching out to interested netizens, our popular ST Travel Supplements can reach new audiences, and extend the longevity of the colourful and well written stories. These include the bumper supplements such as "Natas Travel" (Febuary) and "Natas Holiday" (August), as well as other SPH travel supplements such as “Spring Sensations”, “Holiday Fiesta”, “Travel Malaysia”, etc. For this year watch out for 2 new Natas supplements –Natas Summer Journeys and Natas Winter Journeys.

Other travel related features such as the recently launched Consumer Education page within ST Life! Travel pages – “Going Plces with Natas” – can also be found on this new website.

We are planning to host more user friendly content in the near future so that all travel minded netizens will find the site useful. So bookmark sgtravellers.com as one of your favourites now & happy journeying!

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