Turkish Airlines Increase Malaysia Frequency

As the airline that flies to most countries in the world and connects best to ex-Malaysia destination regions with its immense network, Turkish Airlines increasing scheduled flights from Kuala Lumpur starting from 10 June 2019, totaling 11 frequencies a week operating with a brand new B789 Dreamliner aircraft. More info about Turkish Airlines at www.turkishairlines.com Source : Turkish Airlines Inc. 1 Jalan Pinang, Menara Prestige 20-350450 … Continue reading Turkish Airlines Increase Malaysia Frequency

Top Class Turkey

Over the centuries, Turkey has been a magnet for people visiting its beautiful land, with its fascinating historical sites and magnificent panoramic views. Sitting across two continents, Turkey is dream holiday destination. From the bustling metropolis of Istanbul to the spectacular landscapes of Cappadocia, Turkey offers the perfect combination of the ancient and new. In Istanbul, travellers are treated to a dizzying array of historical sites being preserved … Continue reading Top Class Turkey

The Best Cities To Indulge in Chinese New Year Feasts in 2020

Authentic Chinese Flavours with a Modern Twist in Shanghai Spend time in Shanghai, China’s most metropolitan city, and get lost in its weaving alleys and immersive museums and galleries. Complete your experience at The Middle House, one of Shanghai’s most prestigious hotels, when you dine at Sui Tang Li – a shining star on the Shanghai food map, and an inspiring spot showcasing authentic Chinese culinary experience … Continue reading The Best Cities To Indulge in Chinese New Year Feasts in 2020

16 Things You Should Never Do during Chinese New Year

Chinese People regard their right practice during Chinese New Year as an omen of luck for the coming year. Not only observing the festival by adhering to ancient rules, they would also try to avoid violating various taboos. Some of those Chinese New Year taboos will only sustain for first few days of the festival, while others may be kept till the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of … Continue reading 16 Things You Should Never Do during Chinese New Year

The Five Best International Carnivals in The World

With tens of famous carnivals taking place in different cities around the world, we narrow our breakdown to five of the best international carnivals It is always a good idea, and good fun too, joining in the party mood at a carnival. There is no better way to chase the winter blues than activating the crazy button in you. From wherever you come from, the … Continue reading The Five Best International Carnivals in The World

The Netherlands sheds its “Holland” nickname in the new year

The Netherlands is taking “new year, new you” to another level in 2020. The European country is dropping its nickname – Holland – in favor of its proper name in all dealings going forward.  As The Sydney Morning Herald reported in late December, the move – a €200,000 ($319,000) rebrand that includes a new logo and requires companies, universities, ministries, and embassies to refer to the Netherlands by its official … Continue reading The Netherlands sheds its “Holland” nickname in the new year

Turkish Airlines adds Xi’an to network

Turkish Airlines has added Xi’an, the starting point of the historical Silk Road, to its flight network. The city, which claims three thousand years of history, becomes the carrier’s fourth destination in mainland China and the 318th destination in the world. The flights will be operated three times a week with Airbus A330 aircraft. Having launched flights to China back in 1999, with Beijing, Turkish … Continue reading Turkish Airlines adds Xi’an to network

New York City Guide

How to get there from the airport: Taxi- It’s the easiest and quickest. Just make sure that you go to the official taxi stand where you receive a receipt for the flat rate (minus tolls) to get into the city. Car service – I only do this if there are more than 3 of us and we have quite a bit of luggage. It ends up … Continue reading New York City Guide

January 2020 events in Tokyo

Plan your January in Tokyo with our events calendar of the best things to do, including concerts, winter festivals and art exhibits January in Tokyo can be cold and dreary, especially once the New Year’s holidays are over. However, while most of the city illuminations are still up, the first month of the year is also the time for classic winter festivals, tasty food shows and ice skating under the … Continue reading January 2020 events in Tokyo