Flying 45,000 feet above the South China Sea is about as close to you can get to heaven on an airplane, especially if the aircraft in question is from Singapore Airlines fleet of world-class airliners. There’s a reason why Singapore Airlines was ranked 33rd this year in Fortune’s World Most Admired Companies in 2009.
Guest author Graham Woodring, author of An American in the Far East, takes us on a tour of his favorite city in China. Let’s spend 48 hours in Xi’an with Graham.
Matt Kepnes, author of Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site, writes about the hidden travel treasures that can be found off the well-worn backpacking trails of Southeast Asia.
Find out how we take six free flights each year on our air miles reward program.
This month’s guest post comes from Michelle Strashoon. Writer and editor of the popular travel blog Hip Compass, Michelle offers travel news on the go, all delivered in quick snippets.
Here are a few of her words of advice.
One of the pure joys of traveling is discovering the culinary delights that are at your fingertips. Japan, in particular, is a gastronomes paradise.
The challenge to eating in Japan lies not only in finding local food and ordering successfully, but following the rules of table etiquette so you don’t make any social blunders.
A young boy waits patiently for travelers to finish with their plastic drinking bottles. As far as land border crossings go, the most interesting, and certainly the strangest one I’ve ever been to is the Thailand/Cambodia land border at Aranyaprathet/Poipet. There seem to be a number of scams running at this border as well. For […]
An ongoing list of updated resources for traveling in China. After living in China for three years, these are some of my tried-and-true resources for travel in China.