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Book Your P 0.01 AirAsia Seat Sale Now!

AirAsia‘s Php 0.01 (one-centavo) seat sale is back and it applies to all domestic destinations of AirAsia including international destinations from Manila, Kalibo and Cebu to Incheon (Seoul), Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Busan, Hong Kong, and Macau.

Discovery Shores Boracay Scores Two World Luxury Hotel Awards 2015

Have you heard that Discovery Shores Boracay  recently bagged two much-coveted World Luxury Hotel Awards 2015? I am not surprised! Having stayed there a few months ago, I could say I saw this coming.

Philippines AirAsia: 7 Facts You Need To Know About the Name Change

The AirAsia Philippines you know is now officially called Philippines AirAsia (PAA). This was the revelation of PAA Chief Executive Officer Joy Caneba in a press briefing last week.

Innovation in Mobility with LBC through Impact Hub Fellowship

The start-up innovation industry in the Philippines has been steadily growing the past few years. One of the backbones of this growth are angel investors such a LBC. In a recent Impact Hub Fellowship in Makati, the

RE/MAX: The Next Level in Real Estate Brokerage

I can still remember the “seat sale” days in 2006 when the business model of budget airlines were on the rise in the Philippines. It was instrumental in the development of local travel in the Philippines; suddenly

New Cebu Pacific International Routes from Manila, Cebu & Davao

Good news for Cebu Pacific flyers! CEB will introduce three new international routes from Manila, Cebu, Davao starting December 17, 2015!

It’s Back: AirAsia One-Centavo Seat Sale!

If Php 1 is not enough, then perhaps 1-centavo will do! It’s back, AirAsia Philippines’ most anticipated one-centavo* seat sale is back with promo seats up for grabs for domestic and international destinations at

Guimaras Gets A Boost from San Lorenzo Wind Farm

Sustainable development for the travel industry is achievable if done well; just like Guimaras‘  San Lorenzo Wind Farm. It is projected to generate over 120 GWh of electricity annually via wind power sustaining the energy demands of 48,000