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

Sabre identifies top trends in travel

SINGAPORE, 18 October 2019: Five top trends emerge in the latest Sabre study that shows travel agents can still find a meaningful role cutting through the travel content clutter for their clients. Sabre Corporation released the results of an APAC-wide study that compiles insight from over 500 travel professionals earlier this week. There are five key trends revealed by leisure travel consultants from over 24 … Continue reading Sabre identifies top trends in travel

7 Reasons Why You Should Go on a Solo Journey

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of travel? Are you thinking about all the fun things you could do with your family and friends? If your answer is yes, perhaps you should consider venturing through a destination alone instead. Rest assured, embarking on a solo journey could be one of the best decisions you make for yourself. In case you’re … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why You Should Go on a Solo Journey

Business travel costs to rise in 2020

SINGAPORE, 23 September 2019: Global hotel rates will increase by 1% to 3% and airfares by 1% to 2% in 2020, according to leading business travel management company BCD Travel’s newly released 2020 Industry Forecast. The increase in global hotel prices is being driven by solid demand, keeping occupancy high in most regions. Rate increases will be higher in Asia — particularly Japan, host of … Continue reading Business travel costs to rise in 2020

Latest UNESCO World Heritage Sites

BAKU, Azerbaijan 8 July 2019: India’s Jaipur City, in Rajasthan state, joins the prestigious list of UNESCO World Heritage sites following the UN agency’s annual general meeting in Baku at the weekend. Famed as the Pink City, Jaipur City, Rajasthan, is an exceptional example of a planned city combining ancient Hindu, Mughal and even contemporary Western ideas. Most cities in India have an abundance of … Continue reading Latest UNESCO World Heritage Sites

The 10 cheapest destinations for five-star hotels

If you want a bit of luxury without the high price tag, then perhaps it’s time to consider a trip to the destinations that offer five-star hotels at the cheapest rates. Travel site Asher & Lyric recently compiled a report determining the average price for a room at the five best-rated five-star hotels for a weeknight stay during December, March, June and September 2018. You can find … Continue reading The 10 cheapest destinations for five-star hotels

OAG: World’s busiest airline routes

LONDON, 1 April 2019: Between South Korea and Singapore they can claim to have the world’s busiest airline routes. Airline analytics specialist, OAG reported last Friday that South Korea was home to the busiest domestic route in the world linking Jeju (CJU) and the capital  Seoul (GMP) with 79,460 flights annually. Singapore (SIN) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL), in Malaysia, was identified as the busiest international … Continue reading OAG: World’s busiest airline routes

Google Sneakily Launches Hotel Booking Site

TECH GIANT GOOGLE HAS QUIETLY LAUNCHED ITS FULLY-FLEDGED DESTINATION BOOKING SITE FOR HOTELS, WITH TRENDS AND FLIGHT DEALS AMONG THE FEATURES. With Google Hotel Search, the company now offers its own direct service for hotel bookings – a move away from providing its own external links for booking through third-party providers directly. The new service comes with a few advantages over a third-party provider, with similar search … Continue reading Google Sneakily Launches Hotel Booking Site

2018: Airlines enjoyed healthy demand

GENEVA 12 February 2019: Global passenger traffic results for 2018 showed demand (revenue passenger kms or RPKs) rose by a healthy 6.5% compared to full-year 2017, according to the latest data from the International Air Transport Association. Although it represented a slowdown compared to the 2017 annual growth of 8%, it was another year of above-trend growth. Full year 2018 capacity climbed 6.1%, and load … Continue reading 2018: Airlines enjoyed healthy demand

Rio de Janeiro is named the first-ever world capital of architecture

Rio De Janeiro in Brazil has been named the world capital of architecture for 2020 by Unesco – making it the first city to ever receive the designation. The UN’s cultural organization announced the honour this week, which was established along with the International Union of Architects. The designation is part of an effort to preserve architectural heritage in cities and create a forum to … Continue reading Rio de Janeiro is named the first-ever world capital of architecture