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Hotel Review: Ibis Styles Ambassador Incheon Airport

The ibis Styles Ambassador Incheon Airport is a convenient and comfortable hotel located near Incheon International Airport Terminal 2. Guests appreciate the proximity to the airport, making it ideal for layovers or early flights. There are no other shops or amenities nearby.

Lounge Review: Oneworld Lounge Incheon Airport

As I stepped into the oneworld Flagship Lounge at Seoul-Incheon International Airport, I was immediately struck by its elegant ambiance. The blend of traditional Korean elements with modern design created a soothing atmosphere—a welcome respite from the bustling airport terminals.

Hotel Review: Moxy Sydney Airport

This is one of the newest hotels in the Sydney Domestic Airport precinct and it must also be one of the coolest in the area. It is located within walking distance from the domestic...

Lounge Review: EVA Airways Lounge, Suvarnhabumi International Airport Bangkok

Bangkok airport has no shortage of lounges, most of which offers entry to Priority Pass or Lounge Key holders. One of the few that does not offer paid entry is the EVA Airways Lounge...

Hotel Review: Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong

This is my favourite hotel when in transit in Hong Kong. It is located just ten minutes away form the airport terminal via shuttle bus in a local neighbourhood area which means anyone staying...

Flight Review: CX766 Cathay Pacific Business Class Ho Chi Minh – Hong Kong

It was a rather quiet morning at Tan Son Nhat International Airport ahead of this flight to Hong Kong. There was hardly any passengers checking in to this morning flight to Hong Kong so...

Hotel Review: Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Nai Yang Beach

Located just minutes away from Phuket International Airport, this resort makes the perfect spot for plane-spotting! Upon arrival at the driveway, we were very promptly greeted by the doormen and escorted to the airconditioned reception...
TK168 Changi Airport

Flight Review: TK168 Turkish Airlines Singapore-Melbourne Economy Class (Inaugural)

On March 2, 2024, TK168 departed from Singapore to Melbourne. Due to a last-minute rescheduling, the flight was light, with only around 50 passengers in Economy. However, Business Class appeared full, likely due to VIPs and media accompanying Dr. Ahmet Bolat, the Chairman of Turkish Airlines. The entire Business Class section was reserved for VIPs.

Flight Review: SQ237 Singapore-Melbourne Singapore Airlines The Suites

By the time I left The Private Room, it was nearly midnight and way past my bedtime. I was exhausted as it had a been a long day for me so I was definitely...

Lounge Review: Singapore Airlines – The Private Room, Singapore Changi Airport

The Private Room is Singapore Airlines' most exclusive lounge and is only accessible to passengers flying on First or Suites. Guests are strictly not allowed into this lounge. Passengers with guests are invited to...

Lounge Review: Travel Club Lounge, Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 2

This is one of several Priority Pass lounges within Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Whilst Terminal 2 is one of the world's largest and busiest Low Cost Carrier Terminal in the world, this lounge leaves...
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Watch: Unboxing Qantas Airways 100Y Business Class Amenity Kit

https://youtu.be/tgtLeWm83kk In Business Class, you'll find a kitThat's filled with things to make you fitA toothbrush, toothpaste, and some lotionAnd socks to keep your feet in motion An eye mask to help you sleepAnd earplugs to...
Eva Air Hello Kitty

Flight Review: EVA Air BR226 Premium Economy SIN – TPE

EVA Air’s premium economy (PE) class seats are spacious and comfortable, with plenty of legroom and recline. The airline also provides a range of premium amenities, including noise-cancelling headphones, a dedicated check-in counter, and...
Oriental Club Lounge Taipei

Lounge Review: Oriental Club Lounge Taipei International Airport

Overview: The Oriental Club Lounge is a hidden gem nestled within the bustling Taipei International Airport where travelers with a Priority Pass access can unwind and refuel. As you step inside, you’re greeted by an inviting atmosphere...
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Hotel Review: AKI M Gallery by Accor Hong Kong

Introduction Nestled in the bustling Wan Chai Business District of Hong Kong, the Aki M Gallery by Accor is a hidden gem that seamlessly blends minimalist aesthetics with functionality. Inspired by the clean lines and simplicity of...
Qantas A380

Flight Review: QF128 ‘First Class’ HKG-SYD

Last week, I embarked on QF128, a journey from Hong Kong to Sydney. The flight was an intriguing blend of Business and First class, which admittedly left me a tad bewildered. Allow me to...

Hotel Review: Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park

The Sheraton Grand Sydney is truly a grand old dame in the heart of Sydney's busy CBD. Located right across from Hyde Park, this hotel boasts spacious rooms with panoramic views of the park...

BREAKING: JAL Unveils New Enhanced First and Business Class Experience for A350

Japan Airlines (JAL) is one of my favourite airlines. No. It is my favourite airline. I have to write about this after I found out they have unveiled their new First and Business Class...

Hotel Review: Movenpick Hotel Hobart

One of Accor's newest hotel on the island of Tasmania is the Movenpick. It is very centrally located in the heart of the city with easy access to shopping, dining and is the perfect...

Hotel Review: Sheraton Petaling Jaya

Located just a few kilometres away from my previously reviewed Le Meridien Petaling Jaya is the only other Marriott property in this satelite city of Kuala Lumpur - the Sheraton Petaling Jaya. Although this...
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