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Santa Rosa, CA

#1 Mar 14, 2014
I have to travel a lot for my business, mostly in Europe and Asia, but often in the states. I used to use sites like Travelocity to book my flights and lodging, but I stumbled upon the better way to find deals: go to the second level sites - those like http://ReservationCreation.com which compare the hundreds of different booking sites in one single search. You'll not only see Trivago or Expedia deals, but ALL OF THEM in one place.

I must have saved over 3,000 Euros since I started using them. I sincerely believe that using only one of the top booking sites is not necessarily the best idea.

Since: Mar 14

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Mar 18, 2014
Crucial road travel tips for EU trips

If you’re fond of your motor and want to take it on holiday with you, you’re not alone. Having carried out a survey with 22,000 of their members, the AA recently found that 11% plan to take their car abroad this year.

If travelling by boat and car, the appeal is obvious: you can bring plenty of luggage, it’s often a cheaper way to travel and, most importantly, you have the freedom to travel wherever you want. Roger de Brett, travel manager for the AA says:“Away from the motorways you’re bound to find delightful places to explore as you go.”

Before setting off on a trip though it’s important to make sure you have the right documentation and that your car is up to scratch. Travel insurance, which can be purchased from the AA, is essential, along with AA European Breakdown Cover. The latter offers an English speaking helpline and repatriation of a car if necessary. If you don’t have cover, you could be looking at costs of up to £1,000 to bring a broken-down car home.

It’s also worth consulting the FCO website (gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice) for up to date information on different countries.

But the preparations don’t end there. European countries have their own requirements for compulsory equipment to carry in cars so you’ll need to compile a shopping list before you set off. The AA website ( theaa.com ) offers downloadable guides for much of Europe, and while some countries are straightforward — for example there is no compulsory equipment needed for the republic of Ireland while in Denmark you just need to bring one red warning triangle — others have more road rules.

Since: Apr 14

Gold, India

#3 Apr 1, 2014
I think it is one of the place where you can find the crowd,piece,joy,thrill etc,so to enjoy your each and every moment i think one should need to hire the cab service.

Since: Apr 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5 Apr 6, 2014
Beware: Traveling with pets may cost you more than you think

Depending on your perspective, the travel industry has either accommodated those feelings by offering pet-friendly rooms, restaurants and flights, or it has preyed on them by adding fees and surcharges that do little more than line its pockets.

Certainly, accommodating a live animal can be an extra burden on any company. Airlines are required to file monthly reports with the Transportation Department on pets that were lost, injured or died during transport. United has reported a total of 89 pet deaths since 2005, according to the Web site ThirdAmendment.com . Still, United’s travel program for animals, called PetSafe, is said to be one of the most pet-friendly in the airline industry. United inherited PetSafe from Continental Airlines when the two merged in 2010.


Since: Apr 14

Santiago, Brazil

#6 Apr 7, 2014
10 Hotel Chains with the Best Bath and Beauty Products

There are plenty of reasons to care about what's on that hotel-room sink. When top-quality bath and beauty amenities are offered, travelers can leave their TSA-friendly bottles at home or take souvenir toiletries to go. Hotels, happily, have taken notice. More major chains have bid adieu to generic soaps and shampoos and upgraded their offerings in recent years. Now, complimentary brand-name skincare products, once limited to luxury lodgings and independent boutique hotels, can be found at less exclusive properties.
Here are 10 major hotel brands with superior bath and beauty products, along with tips on where to buy the products in case you're not traveling anytime soon.

Since: Apr 14

Sydney, Australia

#7 Apr 13, 2014
Westhill Consulting Travel & Tours Singapore: Jakarta Weather

Jakarta, the capital and largest city of Indonesia, has a hot and humid tropical wet and dry climate.

Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is located at the northwest end of Java Island faces north onto Jakarta Bay and the Java Sea. Being the regional center for business and culture and is also the jumping off point for reaching the Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) National Park, Jakarta has been booming on its tourism.

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Dublin, Ireland

#8 Apr 13, 2014
The central tourist attractions are located in the center of the city. Westhill Consulting Travel & Tours Singapore provides you with useful information of must sees in Jakarta, Indonesia

Kota district is the centre of old Batavia. It is the tourist hub of Jakarta. The focal action is centered in the historic Taman Fatahillah, a paved square that looks like it came from another era. If you visit the old port area, Sunda Kelapa, you can see the schooners returning from the high seas to trade their exotic spices. It is a picture immortalized in Joseph Conrad evocative descriptions. Jakarta’s most unforeseen attractions is the vibrantly painted sailing ships are.

The Maritime Museum, is situated in Sunda Kelapa. A warehouse for the Dutch is now home to the maritime museum but not until the 19th century. The various adventures at sea was brought to life by the model boats and faded sepia photos, it includes the voyage to Jakarta from Europe via Aden. You can take in the spectacular views of the surroundings from the old watchtower.

From Indonesia and Southeast Asia, the Puppet Museum is a treasure house of puppets. You can witness an attention-grabbing collection of traditional Indonesian puppets like wayang kulit and wayang golek. You can enjoy puppet shows, which are a regular feature of the museum.

Jakarta’s most famous landmark, towering over Merdeka Square, is the National Monument (Monas). This imposing monument is a symbol of Indonesia’s independence and strength. The monument is 132 meters tall and topped with 35 kilograms of gold. The Freedom Hall represents Indonesia’s fight for independence through a succession of dioramas. Take an elevator to the observation platform and to have a bird’s-eye view of the cityscape. At the base of the National Monument is the National Museum.

National Museum is Jakarta’s most impressive museum, the National Museum presents fascinating flashbacks into the history of the city and Indonesia. There are early Chinese ceramics, pieces culled from Java’s myriad temples and a bronze elephant that was gifted to the museum by the King of Thailand as exhibits.

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Experience the Indonesia’s rich cultural heritage at Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, a sprawling 100-hectare park in Jakarta is an exciting diversion. Each of Indonesia’s provinces has pavilions with displays of regional handicrafts and clothing. There is a huge ‘lagoon’ where you can roam around the islands of this archipelago. You can also take in a bird’s eye view from the cable cars. What's more, there are museums, theatres, restaurants and a bird park with a walk-in aviary.

Ragunan Zoo is located 16 km south of the city centre in the Pasar Minggu area. The zoo is home to approximately 4000 animals, like the well-known Komodo dragons. The formidable Java tigers are a further highlight of this park. You can spend hours just wandering around the extensive parklands, rainforests, and a landscaped lake.

This stunning Old Dutch quarter, Taman Fatahillah, is home to some old and ancient monuments. This is a grand place to view some remarkable colonial architecture. The focal attractions here are the oldest church in Jakarta, the Gereja Sion and Si Jagur, the cannon which symbolized fertility.

Budapest, Hungary

#10 Apr 14, 2014
Jakarta, the capital and largest city of Indonesia, has a hot and humid tropical wet and dry climate.

Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is located at the northwest end of Java Island faces north onto Jakarta Bay and the Java Sea. Being the regional center for business and culture and is also the jumping off point for reaching the Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) National Park, Jakarta has been booming on its tourism.

Located in the cosmopolitan, Jakarta has a superior modern edifices, old colonial style buildings, monuments, mosques and green parks that offer lovely contrasts. Visitor travels around in the central part of the city naming Merdeka Square and the National Monument, Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta Cathedral. There are a lot of shopping malls and the gem in the city's crown in the Old Jakarta city quarter.

Old Jakarta is full of heritage structures. The examples of these heritage structures are: Wayang Museum, the Port Tower (Menara Syahbandar) and Kota Intan Drawbridge while a cultural park, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, is in Jakarta's eastern suburbs and features exhibits, cultural shows and reconstructions from all over Indonesia.

The best time to visit Jakarta is during the dry season months from July to October but due to the drainage system being swamped, the Jakarta weather in the wet season months can cause flooding in parts of the city so this isn’t the best time to visit. While, visitors who wish to spend the holidays in Pramuka Island or other islands in Kepulauan Seribu near Jakarta may perhaps visit in the rainy season, as it seldom rains for the whole day.

It is the wet season in Jakarta during November till June Jakarta. January is the wettest month of the year when it receives around 400 mm of precipitation. Moreover, the month witnesses only 92 hours of sunshine. Throughout the wet season the average high stands at 32°C while the low falls to 24°C. In fact, temperature hardly varies from season to season in Jakarta. While the rest of the month remains dry in Jakarta. During Summer Jakarta remains hot and humid with the average high of 34°C while the low stands at mid twenties. Rainfall is very much uncommon in the city, but not rare as September gets around 29 mm of precipitation. Although temperature remains somewhat hotter than those of monsoon months, it is the best season to visit the capital city of Indonesia.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#11 Apr 20, 2014
Jakarta doesn't offer much in the way of sightseeing. So I don’t see the point of going gaga over the city, I prefer Paris or London. But I must agree on the food, there are some very good restaurants -- Asian and Western -- and many glitzy malls, but not a lot of tourist destinations.
Robert Kotov


#12 Apr 21, 2014
Jakarta is the town with highest crime rate in the country. Plus, they got very severe traffic jam. No sidewalk for pedestrians. Students rally against the government almost every week. Bad I say.

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Stockholm, Sweden

#13 Apr 21, 2014
JAKARTA, April 1014 — According to Deputy Transportation Minister Bambang Susantono, Indonesia will have a total of 299 airports in five years time, adding that 62 new airport projects are currently in the pipeline.

Quaoting Bambang,“they are not all as big as city airports, but they are essential to improve accessibility in our country.”

Most of the new airports would be built in the eastern parts of Indonesia, Bambang said.“Airports are the most effective way to help distribute both people and goods in places like eastern Indonesia which have a challenging topography,” he further added.

As of today, there are 237 airports in Indonesia. Out of 237, 16 of which are commercial and are situated in big cities managed by state-run operators, PT Angkasa Pura I and PT Angkasa Pura II while the others come under the Transportation Ministry's technical management unit.— Bernama

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Eduardo Souza

Santiago, Brazil

#15 Apr 21, 2014
I think you guys are getting it wrong, Jakarta is safe country to visit. As a normal area there will be a lot of urban people living in unusual getaway and also there are many rich people there. Jakarta is the biggest area in Indonesia provides many locations to go, especially for business and pleasure.
Ariana Acker

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#16 Apr 21, 2014
Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours Tips: Seven Of The World’s Top 20 Global Cities

According to a biannual ranking, East Asia has a high number of global cities while ASEAN and South Asia lag behind.

The Asia-Pacific region has a number of the world’s most global cities. The highest rated Asia-Pacific city was Tokyo, ranked fourth, followed by Hong Kong at fifth and Beijing and Singapore at eighth and ninth respectively. Seoul (12), Sydney (14), Shanghai (18) were also highly rated, giving the Asia-Pacific region seven of the spots in the top 20. By comparison, North America had five cities in the top 20 but four in the top ten: New York (1), Los Angeles (6), Chicago (7), and Washington D.C.(10). Of the remaining top 20 cities, seven were in Europe (including Moscow), and Buenos Aires was South America’s sole representative. The above information is according to A.T. Kearney’s 2014 Global Cities Index.


Since: Apr 14

Los Angeles, CA

#17 Apr 22, 2014
Indonesian Muhammad Fikri, 28, studying in the Netherlands, bought round-trip tickets from a low-cost airline for his solo trip to Italy this month.

Fikri, who worked in a social business institution in Jakarta last year, was an avid backpacker exploring Asia on low-cost carriers.

“I don’t have a huge budget, but I do have some money spare to travel abroad,” he said.

Many middle-class Indonesians are using their disposable income for travel and Fikri is one of them.

The Transportation Ministry projected that the total figure of air travelers in the country will be as much or higher than 100 million this year, 11 percent up from 2013’s estimated 93.56 million.

To comply with the towering demand, budget airlines Citilink, Lion Air and AirAsia have all set increase plans for this and the coming years.

The budget airline unit of national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia, Citilink, will receive eight Airbus A320s sometime between June and December this year to make-up international routes.

The carrier currently operates 22 aircraft, last month with a flight from Surabaya, East Java, to Johor Bahru, Malaysia, it has made its international-route debut.

Citilink CEO Arif Wibowo said the carrier would also offer other international flights connecting Surabaya to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, early this month and Singapore in May, as well as Hong Kong, Taiwan and Perth, Australia, in the coming months.

It aims to almost double its aircraft to 50 units by 2015 and augment its scheduled domestic and international routes from 28 to 37 this year.

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The country’s largest low-cost airline, Lion Air, will focus on adding several domestic routes this year.

“There are still many domestic routes that we haven’t covered yet,” said Lion Group corporate secretary Ade Simanjuntak.

The Lion Group functions low-cost carriers Lion Air and Wings Air, full-service carrier Batik Air, and the low-cost carrier combined ventures Malindo Air and Thai Lion Air in Malaysia and Thailand, correspondingly.

The group transported 36 million passengers, or around 40 percent of the country’s total air travelers last year, according to the Center for Aviation (CAPA). Of the 36 million passengers, 35 million took domestic flights, CAPA estimated.

Lion Air, which serves 36 domestic and international destinations with its 95 aircraft, is slated to open new local routes connecting Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, to Sulawesi cities, like Makassar, Palu and Manado, Ade said.

Currently, the carrier now flies abroad to, among others, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia; Singapore; and Kuala Lumpur and Penang in Malaysia.

Ade said that this year, the group only expected Batik Air, which was launched last May, to start flying to Singapore in November at the earliest.

The long-term plan to add hundreds of aircraft, he said, would still go ahead. The Lion Group has ordered at least 570 aircraft worth US$46 billion from Airbus and Boeing, with delivery up to 2028.

Indonesia AirAsia (IAA), an affiliate of the Malaysia-based AirAsia Group, will focus on international routes this year together with the group, said IAA spokeswoman Audrey Prograstama.

“We are very strong in international flights. The number of air travelers across Southeast Asia increased up by 20 percent in recent years,” she said.
Donovan Merlk


#18 Apr 22, 2014
I feel it is safe. I am from Indonesia, Jakarta in particular, I have an Australian wife. For her the culture shock was pretty intense. I think she was in awe over the traffic and how chaotic it got. There’s a lot of street beggars who look like they are going to get run over every couple of seconds. You see whole families on motor bikes. Some areas do not smell too good because of sewage back up. However! Once you get passed that you will find that the big city has HUGE sky scrapers, exotic hotels & restaurants and everything else you could ever look for or seek out.

Dublin, Ireland

#19 Apr 22, 2014
You can probably compare Jakarta's hectic to NYC's, more or less. Lots of traffic jams, but there are lots of alternative ways and routes to avoid them. There are not many locations for pedestrians, mostly because of the pollution. But if you like to walk, there are getaways you can try, such as in Senayan and Menteng.

Since: Oct 13

Montréal, Canada

#20 Apr 23, 2014
Grand Hyatt Jakarta is a very popular luxury business hotel. With 428 rooms and guest suites, with roomy bedrooms, flat screen televisions with satellite, Wi-Fi internet (for a fee), in-room safe, large work areas and coffee and tea making facilities, the hotel has both Western and Asian business travelers.

The Grand Hyatt Jakarta is preferred by business travelers because of its location. You can walk directly into Plaza Indonesia right from the hotel. There you can find a big shopping mall complete with brand name shops, restaurants and cafes, and a slew of stores to suit your demands. The hotel has a large pool, six restaurants and cafes serving everything from typical Indonesian fare to Japanese, Western and even a seafood restaurant they're rightly famous for. Business travelers will definitely appreciate the meeting facilities, exhibit space and full service business center.

There are also serviced apartments that have more space to move around and a bit more privacy since you'll have cooking facilities and all the comforts of home, means you can stay longer if you decide to.

The Shangri-La Hotel grants you with luxury business accommodation at its absolute best. It has 668 rooms that are huge with beautiful views may it be over the hotel's swimming pool or onto Jakarta itself.

Every room has en suite bath, flatscreen TVs, internet access, in-room safe, a large work area, and both a bath tub and a shower in the spacious bathrooms. They also have complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea and evening drinks, and free temporary membership to the Horizon Club if business travelers are interested in the 105 Horizon Club rooms.

It is also a superb place to entertain clients for its several hotel restaurants, with selections for both Asian and International cuisine. There's an exceptional breakfast buffet that is great for breakfast meetings if you want to be certain that your clients are properly fed. There's a gym, swimming pool, tennis courts and other workout options after all the food.

Le Meridien, Jakarta, one of the best business hotels in Jakarta, is located right opposite the World Trade Center, Le Meridien is Indonesian in style, with a more minimalist style comparing to some other top business hotels, a beautiful pool area, gardens and waterfalls.

There are 346 rooms and guest suites in various sizes, from Superior and Deluxe rooms to a Penthouse Suite. Every room has spacious en suite baths, flatscreen TV with satellite or cable, free internet, tea and coffee making facilities and a large work area. Make sure you book a Le Royal Club room if you want to stay in real business style, this will give you access to the business lounge, meeting facilities, free high-speed internet and an afternoon tea buffet.

You’ll find six restaurants and a couple of bars in the hotel. They specialize in Lebanese and Japanese cuisines and serve some of the best food in Jakarta. Amuse your business partners at La Brasserie but if you want something a bit more relaxed, the Tiga Puluh Music Bar and Restaurant with its live local music is a goos choice too.

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Naked Richard

Ashburn, VA

#21 Apr 23, 2014
Ariana Acker wrote:
Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours Tips: Seven Of
The World’s Top 20 Global Cities
According to a biannual ranking, East Asia has a high number of global
cities while ASEAN and South Asia lag behind.
The Asia-Pacific region has a number of the world’s most global cities.
The highest rated Asia-Pacific city was Tokyo, ranked fourth, followed
by Hong Kong at fifth and Beijing and Singapore at eighth and ninth
respectively. Seoul (12), Sydney (14), Shanghai (18) were also highly
rated, giving the Asia-Pacific region seven of the spots in the top 20.
By comparison, North America had five cities in the top 20 but four in
the top ten: New York (1), Los Angeles (6), Chicago (7), and Washington
D.C.(10). Of the remaining top 20 cities, seven were in Europe
(including Moscow), and Buenos Aires was South America’s sole
representative. The above information is according to A.T. Kearney’s
2014 Global Cities Index.
Can I go Naked trekking in Indonesia ? wearing only tekking boots

Since: Jul 13

Stockholm, Sweden

#22 May 1, 2014
Nudist and naturist resorts are getting more and more popular and many is popping in every corner of the world. Here are the ten best nudist resorts in the world.

Caliente Caribe, Dominican Republic set aside several weeks in a year only for nudists. There is an overlooking view of the sparkling Caribbean added the fact that the attentive staff keep things low-key. Sometimes, it can be quiet if there is no theme or lifestyle week, therefore, visitors can choose to enjoy a nearly empty resort or go when a lifestyle week matches their own. The Caliente Caribe has a sister resort in Tampa, Florida and also offers erotic cruises

Recanto Paraiso, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on of the biggest resort in Brazil, has its promise of finding peace and has been keeping it by the surrounding lush mountains and blue skies. The resort also offers roomy chalets and camping areas. What is more, the naturist resort is a haven from urban stress. The resort is committed to customer satisfaction as well as several pools and events.

Bali Au Naturel, Bali, Indonesia, aside from the beauty of Jakarta, is a great tourist destination in Indonesia. This is a tropical paradise that visitors lie out on the black sand beach right in front of the resort, or snorkel and dive around the coral reef. There are many amenities that you can enjoy in this gay-owned resort such as canoes, massages, a sauna and a gym. A mix of traditional and 21st-century Indonesian architecture boost the avant-garde privacy and the laid-back vibe. There is no all-night ragers here, just a romantic, stylish getaway perfect for all.

Quinta de Horta, Ferragudo, Portugal. Enjoy fresh food with farm-to-table food, it is important in easing one’s carbon footprint and a sense of community. The naturist farmstead of Quinta de Horta is most definitely for only a certain kind of nudist. Those who are not interested with 5-star hotels, Quinta de Horta perfectly fits you. Part of this comes from the limited number of guests they receive at any given time and custom-built cottages. After lounging in the pool and sauna, grab a book from the library and settle under a fig or almond tree for total serenity

La Jenny, Gironde, France. Nudity is only requisite at the pool and beach of 740-acre La Jenny. This is open from spring to fall. Visitors can wear whatever they feel comfortable in while getting pampered at the spa, participating in the fitness programs or chilling out under some pine trees. Visitors can also take day trips through Bordeaux wine country or the Bay of Arcachon. From lovebirds to large families, each group can find their place here through the vast amount of things to do and the selection of chateaus, which range from studios to sprawling houses big enough for eight people.

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#23 May 2, 2014
Southeast Asia is a great destination for a cruise, Jakarta, Indonesia, KL, Malaysia, Beijing China, Singapore and much more, but if want to wander away from the beaten path on an Asian cruise vacation, consider booking a trip that calls in beautiful and exciting Angkor Wat, Cambodia. You will experience many of Cambodia's ancient temples, incredible jungles, pristine beaches and exciting excursions at the nation's sole deepwater port at Sihanoukville.

The Ruins of Angkor, one of the most significant archeological sites in all of Asia, date back to the reign of the Khmer Empire between the 9th and 15th centuries.

Protected UNESCO World Heritage location, Angkor Archaeological Park spans hundreds of square miles and is consists of a huge collection of remarkable monuments, temples and capital buildings. An example is the well-known Temple of Angkor Wat located at the center of the park as well as the other architectural marvels like Bayon, Preah Khan and Ta Prohm. You can interact with residents from the local villages that still call the ruins of Angkor home.

Psar Lu Market. There's no better place than Psar Lu Market if you want to gain an up close look at how contemporary and historic cultures merge in Cambodia. To be found outside the city of Siem Reap and is known as the gateway to the Temple of Angkor Wat, this busy marketplace is a local hub of culture and commerce. You'll see vendors selling all sorts of unique wares, ranging from handmade local crafts to tourist souvenirs perfect for remembering your Cambodian vacation as you tour the streets of Psar Lu Market.

Wat Krom and Wat Leu. Considered as the most important religious structures in the area, the two well-preserved Buddhist temples Wat Krom and Wat Leu is situated just outside of Sihanoukville.

Wat Krom translates to "lower wat," and is located on a small hill on Santipheap Street overlooking the coastline. Alternately, Wat Leu - the "upper wat" - sits on a taller mountain nearby and offers picturesque views of the town below. Both of these incredible sites feature impressive stonework and are decorated with statues of elephants and the Buddha.

Phnom Penh. Sited north of Sihanoukville, the nation's capital and largest city of Phnom Penh offers tourists with a collection of cultural attractions, commercial centers, government complexes and beautiful parks.

The city still has heavy influences from French colonization during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and you can still hear French and Cambodian spoken side by side in Phnom Penh. While the delicious combination of Asian and French foods that comprises the local cuisine in restaurants and hotels throughout the city.


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