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    Strolling through the streets in Kumamoto popularly housing dozens of onsens with its individual speciality, kimono-clad ladies was an accidental stumble. Clad in traditional costumes known as kimono, it has gained more awareness and popularity in western countries as jackets, an alternative in any size ...

  • FLYING Fukuoka, Japan from Singapore via Bangkok | Long-Haul Jetstar Asia Flight Experience

    The luscious patches of greens adding to the feeling of remoteness and beauty was continuously running through my vision. My fingers just refused to stop clicking such serene breathtaking sight of grandeur tropical landscapes and i passed on this picture to Rose, my fellow traveller. "Look ...

  • BEST WESTERN Nakajima Koen Sapporo STAY SPACIOUS REVIEW

    Such spaciousness is a guarantee at BEST WESTERN Hotels. Having two properties in Sapporo, Hokkaido, the BEST WESTERN Nakajima Koen Sapporo is 3 subway stops from the bustling central Sapporo station where BEST WESTERN Fino Sapporo is and that just takes minutes to a quieter ...

  • SwissĂ´tel Nankai, Osaka STAY REVIEW in central Osaka

    An exhilarating night view greets us on the 31st floor as the curtain withdraws. Tugging our luggage from Osaka Kansai airport, we were glad to find home just 31 mins by Rapi:t express linking us directly to Namba and just a lift that brought us ...

  • Hokkaido Furano Lavender Flower 2014 Sapporo

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Daniel Oliven is our guest writer on a 5D4N hosted trip by Suetra Harbour, AirAsia and Sabah Tourism. See what he has truly enjoyed and his listed 4 best activities in Sabah that you should too. Weekend escapades, they aren’t just as simple as being necessary, but essential. Just 2 hours or less from Singapore, Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah is not only famous for Mount Kinabalu but Read More…

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Langkawi : The Weekend luxe

Written by On December - 31 - 2013 under langkawi

LANGKAWI! A 30 seconds video on checking-in and flying to Langkawi with AirAsia, World’s Best Low Cost Carrier by SKYTRAX. The usual weekdays are already tiring enough.. so why not… Air Hangat Hot Spring Relax in a private hot spring tub at Air Hangat Village or soak the warmth of sun on the sandy beach opening up to the Andaman Sea? All these wish-lists can be fulfilled just an hour Read More…

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What’s your take on airline food? Tasteless? No appetite? Cold? Limited and no other choices to choose from? I had the opportunity to fly on AirAsia twice this month on FD Thailand and QZ Indonesia routes and here’s our verdict for in-flight food on board this fast-growing World’s Best Low Cost Carrier. “Warm.. be careful Sir..” are the usual start-lines when handled with the hot meals on AirAsia. They’re usually Read More…

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AirAsia Blogger Day-out @ AirAsia Academy

Written by On June - 21 - 2013 under Kuala lumpur

“Flight attendant, prepare for landing please.” the announcement hovered in the boeing A320 as we touched down smoothly pulling the retractable landing gear and glided to the allocated gate in LCCT, Kuala Lumpur. Be thankful that the flight is auto-pilot and you aren’t on the flight that captain Sy was under-controlled, because…. All these alien luminous controls got us too excited.. and continuous snapping of the skies and runways abandoned Read More…

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You’ve read on the prelude and my AirAsia.com Indonesia experience – now’s the time to explore Yogyakarta in details! On our 4D3N trip, we had a little crazy experience across UNESCO monuments – too magnificent that ” wow.. wow.. wow..” filled the air as well as known for its workmanship, we also visited some local factories that specialises in Batik, silverware and handmade bags. MT MERAPI Read it in the Read More…

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The AirAsia Experience to Yogyakarta: I’m right back flying on AirAsia planes ever since my frequent annual trip to Bangkok for shopping and this time, I was on a Fam trip sponsored by AirAsia and Yogyakarta Tourism who invited members of the media and bloggers to a 4D3N Yogyakarta expedition. Everything starts anew from checking-into your flight: AirAsia aims to cut down its cost through introducing its innovative self-service AirAsia Read More…

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Are Budget Airlines really BUDGET ?

Written by On May - 5 - 2011 under Travel Updates

True enough , are budget airlines really budget nowadays ? With the competitive travel industry in Singapore with everyone snatching up fares on routes throughout Southeast Asia and further , operated by Budget Airlines which are growing with more airlines adding to the list , do they think about how cheap do they save than enjoying a luxurious or better experience ( that is all included in the air ticket Read More…

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Right back with our hot picks this week , How are airlines coping with inquiries and a cheaper way of bringing messages ( ” advertising ” ) to the whole lot of consumers ? One hottest way of approach to reach out to fans and consumers are through the cheapest way and somewhat free ( after minus the labour cost ) – Social Networks . We’re not talking about you Read More…

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Sylistic hates to leave – Goodbye Chengdu

Written by On August - 1 - 2010 under chengdu

This will be the season finale of Sylistic’s blogging experiences in Chengdu . It really sucks to leave this place because the weather is great , transport all easily accessible country-wide and to other states like Chong Qing and more , cheap good food – TASTY WANTON AND CHAO SHOU as well as those hot pipping noddles in this cold weather and those bread going at 10 for SGD $1 Read More…

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Missed Part 1 ? http://sylistic.com/travel/2010/06/18/getting-to-chengdu-part-1/ Part 2 After landing at KL LCCT , the immigration is quick speedy because it’s still very early in the morning. My mum and I have already checked-in ONLINE and our seats have already been allocated online , hence there’s not much hassle to check-in at LCCT airasia Counters ! Chengdu is a 3226KM plane distance from KL TO CHENGDU ! Note: If you’ve checked Read More…

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