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Announcement; Lombok Earthquake and fast boat services

Announcement; Lombok Earthquake and fast boat services

It is with sadness that we are updating you in regards to the 6.4 magnitude earthquake which struck the island of Lombok, resulting in 14 deaths and 162 injuries. The quake struck the east coast of the island away from [...]

Updates on Indonesia speed boat crossings between Bali & Lombok/Gili Islands still closed

Updates on Indonesia speed boat crossings between Bali & Lombok/Gili Islands still closed

Following to the update on Monday, 23 July regarding the closure of speedboat connections to between Bali, Lombok, the Gili Islands as well as Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, we regret to inform you that there has been an official [...]

Malaysia Airlines revises baggage allowance on Domestic routings

Malaysia Airlines revises baggage allowance on Domestic routings

According to an official release from Malaysia Airlines (MAS), the national carrier of Malaysia has announced it will revise its baggage allowance on all domestic flights, booked and ticketed from 1 August 2018 onward. The airline’s reason for this change [...]

Indonesia speed boat crossings between Bali & Lombok/Gili Islands still closed

Indonesia speed boat crossings between Bali & Lombok/Gili Islands still closed

Following to the advice from harbor master in Bali all speedboats transfer between Bali & Lombok would be stopped until further notice. This is due to extreme sea conditions causing crossing with small boats to become extremely dangerous. We anticipate [...]

Rejuvenation project scheduled at Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda

Rejuvenation project scheduled at Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda

One of Yangon’s leading landmarks is scheduled to undergo a rejuvenation process in re-plastering its golden sphere. The renovation is planned to take place from 15 September 2018 until March 2019 in which the main Stupa will be covered in [...]

Bali back to normal after Mount Agung’s ash cloud

Bali back to normal after Mount Agung’s ash cloud

Bali is back on track after seeing its international airport closed down for a period of 12 hours last Friday. According to the latest reports, all airlines are operating back no normal, although slight delays were reported over the weekend [...]

Following the footsteps and teachings of Confucius in Qufu

Following the footsteps and teachings of Confucius in Qufu

Unsuspected surprises often lie just around the corner. Although this may not be the case with the vastness of China a few destinations have popped up on the radar, which are within easy reach of the capital Beijing and the [...]

Full Day Krabi’s Natural Splendours

Full Day Krabi’s Natural Splendours

An outstanding example where nature meets the sea, the Krabi province has a reputation for blending both immaculately into a landscape, worthy of spending a few nights. With its prime location on the banks of the estuary, bearing the same [...]