Airbnb's Chinese counterpart takes

Posted on, 12 July 2014 at 10.30am by admin

Airbnb Inc. might be the sharing-economy leader;however, a Chinese lodge booking website is taking the online game to the next level. Shenzhen-based Zhubaijia.com is not only providing Chinese outbound visitors the chance to reserve a stay in personal apartments however also offering a string of value-added services including airport pickups, car leasing's and tickets to local destinations. If you are interested in travel indochina you need to visit this www.365travel.asia . [...]

Asia, here are your top 10 islands

Posted on, 12 July 2014 at 10.30am by admin

If sea, sand and surf are your concept of the ideal vacation, then check out the Top 10 islands in Asia and the world, as revealed by travel preparation and reserving website, TripAdvisor, in their recent Travelers' Choice Awards for Islands. Malaysia's own Langkawi makes it into Asia's Top 10 list, at number 8! Bali is the leading island in Asia and fifth worldwide and Phuket second in Asia and eighth worldwide. Award winners were identified using a process taking into account the quantity and quality of reviews and scores for hotels, dining establishments and destinations on islands worldwide, gathered over a 12-month duration, as well as tourist booking interest on TripAdvisor. [...]

American man 'endures' Shanghai on $27.

Posted on, 12 July 2014 at 10.30am by admin

How can one live off 130 yuan (S$ 21) a day in Shanghai, among the costliest cities in China? Blog writer Kevin Cook attempts to address this question in a video that has recently gone viral on Chinese social networks. What's remarkable is that everything was covered on the restricted budget. On the day he went to a bunch of landmarks in the city, tasted local food and invested the night. In the video he offers a breakdown of all his expenses for one entire day. He spent 46 yuan for three meals, that included tasting well-known regional food, Shengjianbao, or fried dumplings and Yangzhou fried rice; 6 yuan on transportation that took him to the Bund, the city's must-see riverfront and 70 yuan for a night's remain in a standard dorm room. [...]