5 little things that will make your travel better

You’ve had good vacations, right? Those vacations that are so fun and exhilarating that you feel well and satisfied from the moment you get to the destination until your arrival back at home. But what if you could do little things here and there to make an awesome vacation a whole lot better? This article aims… Read more

Before traveling: Use this essential travel planning checklist

Travel surprises can be fun, unless your surprise comes days before you depart when you learn that your passport will soon expire or you don’t have the necessary immunizations. Help eliminate such unfortunate surprises with our essential travel planning checklist, created in collaboration with veteran travel guide Ken Lee: Passport – This document should always be… Read more

Top 12 tips for traveling in China

Editor’s note: China is a vast and culturally diverse country, which makes traveling in it for the first time incredibly daunting. Forum readers share some tips — from their experiences — to make newcomers’ lives a little easier. Have you got your own China travel tips? You’re welcome to add yours. 1. Travel light. Most hotels… Read more

Air Travel Tips For The First Timer

Air Travel Tips For The First Timer For anyone who hasn’t flown before, their first time through the airport can be a confusing, stressful experience. There are strict rules to follow, lines to stand in, and plenty of people to move around. If this is your first time flying, some basic air travel tips will make… Read more

Travel Insurance Tips For Any Traveler

Travel Insurance Tips For Any Traveler Everyone wants to feel safe and secure when they travel. This is why many companies are offering travel insurance to people taking a vacation. This travel insurance is used to insure against anything happening to the traveler while away from home. Many of these insurance policies cover loss, theft, injury,… Read more

A year that made the difference of a lifetime

You Chang says she learned important lessons during her time off. In Taiwan (above), she shared a photo album of her experience. Provided To China Daily You Chang, 28, shares her experience of setting off on a year’s break and returning a better person. I quit my job and started my yearlong independent traveling experience in… Read more

Summer Travel Spotlight: What to Expect from American Travelers this Season

Choice Hotels reveals the top findings from its annual summer poll of American leisure and business travelers ROCKVILLE, Md., June 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — With gas prices down and more money in the pockets of Americans, Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH), one of the world’s largest hotel companies, reveals the findings from its annual summer… Read more

Moms who travel create clothes for little travelers

Travel adventures have been the inspiration of Char Carlos and Leona Panutat in selecting their artisanal finds for L’Indochine stores. L’Indochine has become known for eclectic modern Asian finds and interiors. These include fashion items, furniture and home accents handmade by artisans from Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam and other Asian countries. CandL, as they like to… Read more

SAFE INTERNET GAMES FOR KIDS

SAFE INTERNET GAMES FOR KIDS The use of Internet is today one of the most everyday habits of children. It is they who most surf the Web and those who are more exposed to risks in terms of security. Internet can be both a source of learning, entertainment and social relations for children, as well as… Read more

Sapphire Resorts Reveals Ideas for a Family Friendly Summer Vacation in Las Vegas

Sapphire Resorts is pleased to present these ideas for a family friendly summer vacation in Las Vegas. LAS VEGAS, June 23, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Sapphire Resorts knows that traveling with kids make everything different, and while Las Vegas may not seem like a family vacation spot, there are so many things to do both on and… Read more

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