Current Affairs & Updates

Awards For The World’s Best Airlines Go To…

By , December 21, 2017

AirAsia was awarded the title for the World’s Leading Low-Cost Airline 2017, winning the same award for five consecutive years.

Singapore Claims Top Spot As World’s Most Powerful Passpor...

Singapore is now the world's most powerful passport, while US papers drop i...

The Village With A Purpose: Wanda Tourism Village

By , December 3, 2018

Filled with rustic wooden buildings and the mouth-watering smell of traditional Chinese dishes, this...

Japan Is Giving Away Homes

By , December 1, 2018

Japan is launching a program to reduce the number of abandoned houses throughout the country by givi...

The Forgotten Tribes Of The World

By , November 27, 2018

The recent Sentinelese incident has sparked considerable debate globally, as Chau not only put himse...

Expat City Ranking 2018 Reveals Promising Results For Asia

By , November 26, 2018

The Expat Insider report for 2018 demonstrated an influx of positive reviews about Asian cities with...

New Zealand Fights For Its Rightful Place On World Maps

By , November 20, 2018

Tourism New Zealand creates hilarious campaign titled “Get NZ On The Map”.

AirAsia Joins The Fight Against HIV/AIDS In SEA

By , November 19, 2018

CEO of AirAsia, Tony Fernandes says that “This is just the beginning. We have many more things pla...

Everything You Need To Know About Black Friday Travel Deals

By , November 14, 2018

Whether you’re after a new luxurious suitcase or you just need a poolside vacation, you should get...

Paradise Island of Boracay Re-Opens for Tourists

By , October 31, 2018

If you’re planning on visiting Boracay, you should look up the new regulatory framework for touris...

What Could Possibly Go Wrong At A Thai Fish Spa?

By , October 17, 2018

As the popularity of fish spas boom, the pedicure treatment can now be found worldwide from Malaysia...

Tokyo 2020 Wants You To Experience The Olympics As A Games V...

By , October 2, 2018

Volunteers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are required to work for eight hours a day for 10 days.