Travel News

Travel News (Issue 91)

New Tools on Google Travel If you’ve not heard, Google has an application aimed to assist travellers all over the world in their preparations. In their newest update, users can use the application to find out the best times to visit a particular destination along with a forecast on the…

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Introducing GoAir: The First Indian Airline to Operate from Changi Airport Terminal 4

India’s fastest-growing airline has finally landed in Singapore. The country’s most trusted airline, GoAir, has become the first Indian Airline to operate from Changi Airport’s newest terminal, Terminal 4, which officially opened on 3 August 2018. Senior Officials of Changi Airport flagged off GoAir’s first flight, G828 as it took…

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Travel News (Issue 90)

Lord Howe Island announced in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Lonely Planet has announced Lord Howe Island as one of the world’s Top 10 regions in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2020. The crescent-shaped island promises an array of activities from snorkelling on the coral reef, hand-feeding fish on Ned’s beach…

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Reimagine Wellness Travel with Align Holistic Fitness

Combining fitness and wellness with travel – what’s not to love? Wellness tourism has become a rising trend that’s taking the world by storm amongst tourists, which blends wellness and travel into one itinerary. At Align Holistic Fitness, they manage to execute this seamlessly. About Align Holistic Fitness Based in…

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Thanyapura Resorts Brings Their World-Class Wellness Retreat to China

More than just the average resort. Nestled in the tropical island of Phuket, Thailand is the Thanyapura Health and Sports Resort. Known as a leading sports, health and wellness destination, this premier sports resort elevates the retreat experience by combining overall wellness with luxury resort living and Thai hospitality. With…

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This Is What’s Happening to the Amazon Rainforest Today

The Amazon Rainforest. The largest tropical rainforest in the world with the richest biodiversity that cannot be matched – absolutely unparalleled. Home to thousands of different species of animals and a sanctuary where an endless variety of flora and fauna thrive. Amazonia is often referred to as the ‘lungs of…

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Travel Tips

Survival in the Outdoors

When it comes to packing survival gear there’s a multitude of products on the market and deciding which can be hard. Environment aside, there are certain key pieces you should always pack to be prepared for the worst. If you are travelling somewhere remote where there’s a risk of getting…

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Travel Tips

We’ve got to admit, traversing the subterranean actually sounds pretty scary, even to the seasoned explorer. Here are some safety pointers that you should follow. Illumination With no or limited form of natural lighting, it can get pretty dark at times. Be sure to bring along at least two sources…

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Travel Tips

READY TO EMBRACE the gorgeous golden sand? This list is crafted to optimise your trip to the desert, whether with a guide, or as a solo sojourner. Drink Water The golden rule for any adventure, but especially, especially essential in the desert. With the temperatures possibly rising to above 40°C…

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The Selfie Tragedy

The trendsetter. It sparked massively popular social media trends. It was the basis of a viral hit song produced by the EDM sensation The Chainsmokers. It influenced the demand and development of an entire mobile phone industry. Ever since the “selfie” became a global phenomenon, this self-taken portrait image type…

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