Indonesia’s national airline Garuda has recently opened a new direct flight from London to Bali. Here is everything you need to know about the new route, as well as a…
If you’re based in the UK, Europe or America (as many of our travellers are), flights evidently play a key part in a trip to Asia. How else would you get there!?
Here, we can help advise you on both international flights to your chosen destination and routes across South and Southeast Asia that connect the region so well. We’ll give you tips on how to use air miles most productively and hacks to get the best value flights (or even upgrades). We’ll give our opinion on different cabins, aircraft, and airlines too to help you make the right decision for you. From experience, we can also share tips on how to keep your kids entertained on long-haul routes, beat jet-lag and more.
Plus, we’re passionate about sustainable travel and keen to share our tips on how to fly in a more eco-conscious way.
Business class is the sensible way to travel – if we disregard the cost. The leg space, ability to sleep in a horizontal position, delicious food and champagne on tap all make for a very civilised experience. Unfortunately, money doesn’t grow on trees. But fear not, you can sometimes swindle a fantastic deal on business class seats. Here is how:
We’re excited by the new route between Vietnam’s southern capital Saigon (Ho Chi Minh) and the white-sand beach destination of Sihanoukville in Cambodia.
Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos – collectively known as Indochina – offer history, culture and nature in abundance along with mysterious sights like the Angkor temples, colonial towns such as Hoi An and spiritual cities like Luang Prabang. 2016 brings some fantastic excuses to start planning your holiday to this beguiling region of the world. Here we feature the highlights.
As someone once said (Benjamin Franklin according to Google), “there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes”. It’s not often you get good news on the tax front but…
When one of the ‘mystery guests’ (people sat next to me) complained on my recent flight to Bangkok that he did not have a window seat, his wife simply told…
Given the time it takes to travel small distances in Sri Lanka, helicopter transfers are an incredible, if expensive way of getting around Sri Lanka.
As we have mentioned several times before, Vietnam Airlines are commencing their direct flights from London to Vietnam on the 8th December. This is a very exciting development for Vietnam tourism as it will shave as much as 12 hours of the average return journey time. There will initially be 4 flights weekly, flying into Hanoi and Saigon.