Travel is all about pushing boundaries and immersing oneself in new experiences.
Accommodation is an important element of any trip, with hotels still the most popular choice of accommodation, according to a study conducted last year by travel data platform Adara, which polled 3,000 millennial travellers aged between 18 and 34 years old in various countries, including Singapore.
It found that 90 per cent of respondents have stayed in hotels.
In contrast, only 42 per cent had stayed in a house or apartment rental from home-sharing online platforms such as Airbnb.
From bizarre to downright strange, here is a guide to choosing the most unusual hotels in Asia, including a glowing horseshoe to treehouses shaped like fruit.
Even if your trip does not turn out to be all that exciting, you can bet that your hotel will more than make up for it.
This story was first published in The Straits Times.