Welcome to DreamTravel OnPoints!

I started DreamTravelOP to help people discover new destinations, find cheaper ways to get there and have a great experience traveling! You’ll find destination recommendations, reviews of hotels, airlines and things to see & do as well as tips to use points, miles, credit cards and deals to save you money. You can find a selection of posts to give … Continue reading

Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer devalues StarAlliance awards and introduces online booking!

Singapore Airlines (SQ) recently made changes to their KrisFlyer award program, significantly increasing the price of some awards and eliminating the online booking discount as well as fuel charges. Now, they are at it again with further award price increases of up to 25%, this time for StarAlliance partner awards, effective December 7th, 2017. The “enhancements” delivered at the same … Continue reading

Great value hotel in Manila’s Chinatown: Ramada Central

The Ramada Manila puts you in the heart of Chinatown a short ride from Manila’s old town, Intramuros, with its historic sights, making it a interesting alternative for visitors who want a more “local” feel in the neighborhood. The modern room, free breakfast and fast WiFi at a low price make it great value! … Continue reading

Top things to do in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is a great springboard to explore South East Asia, with plenty of inexpensive flights to countless destinations in the region. But there is a lot to see and do on stop-overs in the city as well – from one of the most iconic buildings in Asia to shopping and delicious street food, there a … Continue reading

Fantastic Foto Friday: Glenelg Townhall, Adelaide, Australia

Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, was planned to be the capital of Australia, settled by free immigrants and not convicts like the bigger cities Sydney and Melbourne. While that plan never quite worked out, you have a very walk-able city with historic buildings like the Glenelg Townhall, a pedestrian mall and nice parks. Or you can enjoy the surrounding wine country or head out for a road trip on the Great Ocean Road!

My favorite spot for a relaxing break in Sydney: Chinese Garden

If you are looking to escape from the hustel and bustle of Sydney, Australia, you can head to the Chinese Garden at Darling Harbor. As soon as you leave the crowds of the city behind and step through the doors of the Chinese Friendship Garden, peace settles around you and you can enjoy the beautifully designed and maintained garden to … Continue reading