AirAsia launches “Red Talks with Daphne” web series

For almost 10 years, AirAsia has been my most trusted airline which offers the best options to fly in and out of the country. AirAsia is the forefront of giving the most affordable airline fare in the country and making traveling possible to all walks of life.

AirAsia, voted the world's best low cost carrier for eight consecutive years by Skytrax, today formally launched a 6-part web series featuring some of Asia’s best-kept attractions, rich cultural heritage, and inside stories about people and the airline that broke travel norms and made flying possible for everyone across Asia and beyond.

“Red Talks with Daphne,” is hosted by award-winning TV host and producer, Daphne Oseña-Paez. She takes viewers to different places and talks about traveling, flying, helping and inspiring communities.

Four Awesome Things To Do in Yogyakarta

Listening to my friends’ travel stories stimulate my infinite imagination and let my soul delve with their beautiful narratives. One of the best chronicles I heard was about Yogyakarta and its adjoining places like Prambanan and the grandeur Candi Borobodor – the world’s biggest Buddhist monument, an ancient site widely considered to be one of the world’s seven wonders. Yogyakarta is a home to 31 sites and 19 cultural beautiful natural attractions to explore.

Natural attractions, wealth of art and traditions and cultural heritage to the culinary tour, surely you’ll can’t get enough of Yogyakarta’s precious bequest. Here are the top places you should consider when travelling to Yogyakarta.

Trip of Wonders: An Overview to Wonderful Indonesia

The memory still lingers, the benevolence of Indonesians left a great impact in my life as a traveler.  Everyone showed me such gracious hospitality. They taught me lose myself, next to find myself. Villagers let me experienced to see the bigger world in spite of the limited movement I do, to enjoy things even in the most inadequate resources, to seek new landscapes but in having new eyes, to appreciate little things. They have touched my heart and soul. It’s not only the amazing places that made Indonesia beautiful, but mainly its people. It was all happened when I did a solo backpacking in the country, on my birthday in 2013.  

Fibrefill: Making your Staycation Fantastic

What makes a staycation wonderful? Probably the amenities and facilities of the hotel for some, but for me it’s the comfort behind each bed, the smooth linen that lingers my skin, the soft pillows that provide maximum comfort during my most precious time for resting and sleeping. Well, this is my own definition of a great staycation, a quality time on the bed. Just like with my experience with Azalea Residence Baguio and The Ferra Boracay, I still remember how pleased I am with their soft and smooth bed garments, which made me slept for more than 8 hours, bed accessories were really intended for luxurious hotel experience.

Crown Regency Resort and Convention Center Boracay

Just when you thought you know everything about Boracay, the prime hotel, Crown Regency Resort and Convention Center offers a different perspective of the island. White sands and crystal clear water might be overwhelming for you, but the hotel put forward something that is very irresistible.

4 Newbie-Friendly Hiking Trails in the Philippines

Want to travel around the country and conquer your very first mountain but have never gone on a hike before? There’s no need to worry, for there are tons of options for newbie mountaineers that can be found in the Philippines. In this article, we’ll discuss four of the best mountains for beginners to try, and some tips that you can keep in mind.

Mt. Batulao

1. Mt. Batulao

Where: NasugbuBatangas
Elevation:  811+ meters
Difficulty: 4 out of 9
Hours to Summit: 2 to 4 hours

The ten peaks are quite the challenge, but absolutely doable if you take your time. Some hikers put on goggles because the strong winds have a tendency to throw loose soil into their eyes, which can be quite scary if you’re trying to keep your balance on some rocky ledges. If you’d like a comfortable place to stay after your hike, there are a number of affordable hotels in NasugbuBatangas that you can choose from.
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