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Wine Connection Central World Bangkok

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

The Grill at The Grove Wine Connection Central World Bangkok  Wine Connection Central World Bangkok is called the Grill at the Groove, & is ideally located in the best location in Ratchaprasong district, this central business district is easily accessible … Continue reading

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Thailand Beach Cam Pattaya

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

Click bottom right hand corner for full screen. Thailand Beach Cam Pattaya is the number one webcam in South East Asia, perhaps even the Universe. 🙂 You can zoom, record, take a photo & e-mail it etc, I hope you … Continue reading

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Anantara Hoi An Resort's New Cultural Festival Celebrates Vietnamese Ethnic Minorities | TRAVELIFE Magazine

Anantara Hoi An Resort's New Cultural Festival Celebrates Vietnamese Ethnic Minorities | TRAVELIFE Magazine


TRAVELIFE Magazine

Anantara Hoi An Resort in collaboration with the Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism of Quang Nam Province in Vietnam is launching a series of cultural events celebrating the customs and traditions of a local ethnic minority - the Co Tu people. The inaugural celebration in June will coincide with the monthly Full Moon Festival in Hoi An and will be followed by two more events on July 8 and August 6, 2017. The Co Tu festival at Anantara Hoi An will commence with a floating lantern ceremony at the resort's jetty illuminating the Thu Bon river with myriads of shimmering lights. A sumptuous buffet dinner will then be served at the Riverside Café while traditional dancing teams of Tay Giang, Dong Giang and Nam Giang districts take centre stage. A ceremony that traces its history back thousands of years, the Co Tu dance comprises Tung Tung - an energetic male dance to the sounds of drums and gongs, and the Ya Ya dance performed by the women of the village in a series of graceful

How to Visit Mount Vesuvius and Herculaneum in One Day

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

We planned lots of different day trips from Pompei, and one of them was to visit Mount Vesuvius and Herculaneum on the same day....

What to do along Madison Avenue, New York

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

This post is about what to do along Madison Avenue in New York. Renowned as the longest street of luxury in North America, Madison Avenue, from East 57TH to East 86TH Streets, offers the prestige and convenience of being home to over 400 establishments to delight the most discerning clientele. A landmarked, historic district of […]

Arm Chair Travel #32

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Last week (10 November 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard our fellow travel bloggers were sharing their love of travel and water.  Whether that was on the water, under the water or by the water. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. #TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers […]

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US Air Force Pilot, Saugus High Grad Killed in Aerial Demonstration Flight

US Air Force Pilot, Saugus High Grad Killed in Aerial Demonstration Flight


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NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron Slot Pilot Thunderbird 4, Maj. Stephen Del Bagno, a graduate of Saugus High School, was killed when his F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed over the Nevada Test and Training Range April 4, 2018 at approximately 10:30 a.m. during a routine aerial demonstration training

Discounts on Insight Tours for its 40th anniversary

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

Insight Vacations, the global leader in premium escorted journeys, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this April. Over the last 40 years Insight Vacations has become the leader in guided vacations through a combination of passion, knowledge and travel expertise. DISCOUNTS ON INSIGHT TOURS To celebrate this special milestone, Insight is offering great savings on its most […]

A New Year, A New Direction

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Welcome to the #TheWeeklyPostcard travel blog link up and what will be my last week as a co-host to this wonderful group of travel bloggers. But before I get started on that let me explain to you what #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. #TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all their travel posts.  You […]

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[JAPAN] 10 BEST PHOTO SPOTS IN TOKYO for Instagram-worthy Shots

[JAPAN] 10 BEST PHOTO SPOTS IN TOKYO for Instagram-worthy Shots

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Get your smartphone and cameras ready because we’re going to bring you to Best Places in Tokyo for Instagram-worthy or Instagrammable Photos. Tokyo is one of our most favorite cities in the world. It has a unique charm that we simply will never get bored with, from old-school traditional to modern, busy to quite area, … Continue reading [JAPAN] 10 BEST PHOTO SPOTS IN TOKYO for Instagram-worthy Shots

Corporate Events Changing Face

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Hello world!

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Unique Experiences in Africa with Kids

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

This post was in collaboration with Bench Africa Finding fun, entertaining and educational destinations for family holidays can be a struggle.  So, I’ve been reflecting on my past travels to Africa and come to the realisation that travelling there with kids can offer some unique experiences. Africa is the second largest continent in the world with 54 […]

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5 Ultimate Tips & Tricks For Travelling With Kids

by David Milsont @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by David Milsont author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

This is guest post by David Milsont Travelling with kids is an altogether unique experience, wherein you learn several interesting things apart from enjoying your journey and relishing the beauty of the places that you explore. And you feel really good when you give that much-needed attention to your kids and rest of the family […]

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Identifying Growth Requires a Global Lens

by Bill Quinn @ News Center | Nielsen

Covering 59 countries across five regions—and growing every quarter—the Quarter by Numbers report series provides a global snapshot of what's going on in our markets today.

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10 Photos d’Osaka la nuit

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Osaka est une ville que j’aime beaucoup, j’y suis déjà allé trois fois et à chaque fois je reprends un énorme plaisir à me balader dans cette ville sous-estimée. Malheureusement à chaque fois qu’on me pose des questions pour le Japon c’est souvent sur Tokyo, Kyoto ou Miyajima et très peu sur Osaka. J’essaye donc […]

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GUDEG SAGAN – Jakarta

GUDEG SAGAN – Jakarta

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

From Jogja to Jakarta, the famous local Gudeg Sagan is now open in Jakarta, precisely at Ciranjang street, not far from Senopati area. Gudeg is easily one of the most popular local food in Yogyakarta, it’s basically young jackfruit stew dish and Gudeg Sagan is known for one of the popular places to eat Gudeg … Continue reading GUDEG SAGAN – Jakarta

Funny Signs Pattaya Thailand

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

These will make you look twice. 🙂 Funny Signs Pattaya Thailand  Funny Signs Pattaya Thailand that will certainly make you look twice. So for those who have a sense of humour, check into the Golden Crab in Soi 13 then … Continue reading

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The Eagle Huntress of Mongolia

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

This is a story about Aigerim, an Eagle Huntress in Mongolia. Aigerim is 12 years old and is determined to...

Dining Solo Worldwide Bon Appetit

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

Around the world I’ve dined with you. Dining Solo Worldwide Bon Appetit  Dining Solo Worldwide Bon Appetit, twenty years ago I decided there were far less problems & annoyances travelling the world solo. The sheer luxury of not having to … Continue reading

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Nielsen Is Committed to Addressing Climate Change Impacts

by Katie Olsen @ News Center | Nielsen

As a company with operations in more than 100 countries around the globe, we recognize that we are not immune to the effects of climate change on our business and operations. Crystal Barnes, SVP, Global Responsibility & Sustainability, Nielsen, and Executive Director, Nielsen Foundation, shares how Nielsen is addressing these impacts.

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The Surawongse Marriott Hotel opens in Bangkok

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

The Surawongse Marriott Hotel has opened in Bangkok. Owned by TCC Land Asset World, the premium hotel is situated on Surawong Road, an exciting heritage destination in Bangkok’s city centre that is experiencing a creative revival. ABOUT THE SURAWONGSE MARRIOTT HOTEL IN BANGKOK “Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse expands Marriott Hotel’s presence in Bangkok and […]

L’hôtel Pilgrimage Village à Hué – Dormir dans une villa avec piscine pour 50€

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

J’aime bien les beaux hôtels (comme un peu tout le monde j’espère) et aujourd’hui je vous parle d’un magnifique 4 étoiles du Centre du Vietnam que j’ai payé moins de 50€ la nuit. Le Pilgrimage Village à Hué est l’un des plus beaux hôtels de la ville ainsi que du centre du Vietnam et pourtant […]

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Komodo Islands Photosafari – the video

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

A group of participants went our Photosafari Trip to the Komodo Islands over the 2018 Chinese New Year Holidays. Here...

Hôtels au Laos – Tous mes conseils par budget !

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Dans cet article je vous donne tous mes conseils pour vos hôtels au Laos, que vous cherchiez une petite guesthouse sympa à Vientiane, un hôtel de charme à Luang Prabang ou un hôtel de luxe dans les environs de Paksé je vous explique un peu tout. Le Laos possède quelques pépites, des hôtels perdus au […]

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Hôtels au Vietnam – Tous mes conseils par budget !

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Le Vietnam est un pays immense, et quand je dis immense c’est vraiment immense. Il y a des milliers de possibilités au niveau de l’hôtellerie et c’est donc un peu compliqué de parler de tout. Dans cet article je vous donne tous mes conseils pour les hôtels avec plusieurs gammes de budget (routards, voyageurs normaux, […]

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Dining Solo Worldwide Volume 2

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

Eat to live or live to eat? I choose the latter. 🙂 Dining Solo Worldwide Volume 2 starting with a typical British pub in Brighton on the south coast of England.  Dining Solo Worldwide Volume 2 not surprisingly follows volume … Continue reading

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Arm Chair Travel #21

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Staying safe on holiday is all in the travel planning. Welcome to the twenty-first post in the Arm Chair Travel series.  The Arm Chair Travel series is where I share with you, my favourite travel blog posts I have recently read.  As Toddlers on Tour is now a co-host of #TheWeeklyPostcard (learn more about that HERE) I […]

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Luang Namtha au Laos – Guide & Conseils pour votre voyage

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Vous réflechissez à intégrer Luang Namtha dans votre itinéraire au Laos ? Sachez que c’est une excellente idée ! Dans ce guide je vais vous donner toutes les informations que j’ai pu glaner au cours de mon passage afin de vous aider sur quoi faire et comment s’organiser pour votre voyage à Luang Namtha. Luang […]

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Exotic Seafood Including Japanese Sake

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

Mantra restaurant Pattaya Exotic Seafood Including Japanese Sake  Exotic Seafood Including Japanese Sake at the Mantra in Pattaya, still without a doubt the best buffet I have ever had the pleasure of devouring. 🙂 Too much sake is never enough. … Continue reading

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Whales Belly Excellent Bangkok Restaurant

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

It certainly has the WOW! factor. Whales Belly Excellent Bangkok Restaurant  Whales Belly Excellent Bangkok Restaurant is rated #630 of 10,435 Restaurants in Bangkok by TripAdvisor. I went there for the Saturday brunch which was good value at B1,150 or $37 USD. The decor … Continue reading

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Luang Prabang au Laos – Mon guide et mes conseils pour ne rien louper !

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Luang Prabang est la ville incontournable du Laos, un endroit qu’absolument personne ne veut louper pendant son voyage au Laos. La ville n’est cependant pas si facile que cela à appréhender lorsqu’on prépare son voyage. Dans cet article je vous donne tous mes conseils pour ne pas louper votre séjour à Luang Prabang, quoi faire […]

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Funny Signs Pattaya Thailand - The Five Star Vagabond

Funny Signs Pattaya Thailand - The Five Star Vagabond


The Five Star Vagabond

Funny Signs Pattaya Thailand that will certainly make you look twice. So for those who have a sense of humour, check into the Golden Crab in Soi 13 then enjoy a massage at Lucky Finger before have a beer or 2 at the Dogs Bollocks bar in Soi 13/1.

HOI AN FOOD ON FOOT AND EXPERIENCE NIGHT STREET TOUR - Hoi An Safari Tour | Best tour in Hoi An

HOI AN FOOD ON FOOT AND EXPERIENCE NIGHT STREET TOUR - Hoi An Safari Tour | Best tour in Hoi An


Hoi An Safari Tour | Best tour in Hoi An

INTRODUCTION: Escape from your small room in hotel, only walking and stopping anywhere to relax and taste generous dishes. During five hours tour, we lead a small group through real neighborhoods to indulge in Hoi An delicious foods at places that have been making these delicacies for generations. The guide will be your true local …

Arm Chair Travel #29

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

It’s weird how some weeks travel bloggers are all writing about the same theme and yet other weeks it’s a real mishmash.  That’s how it was last week (21 October) on #The WeeklyPostcard.  There were a selection of travel blog posts from all sorts of genres. But before we get started on that let me […]

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Namibia Photosafari from 1-13 Dec 2018

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

  Introduction Namibia is known to be the introductory country to Africa. It has almost everything that Africa has. Natural...

HAN DYNASTEA – LIVING WORLD, Alam Sutera

HAN DYNASTEA – LIVING WORLD, Alam Sutera

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Introducing the newly opened Han Dynastea in Living World Mall, Alam Sutera, Tangerang. Entering the last quarter of 2017, AnakJajan received so many questions about Food Trend in 2018, we instantly said that Cheese Tea is going to be a huge trend in Indonesia especially Jakarta and Tangerang. As predicted, Cheese Tea is totally happening … Continue reading HAN DYNASTEA – LIVING WORLD, Alam Sutera

Arm Chair Travel #35

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

With Christmas just over a week away I thought we would reflect on last weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard blog posts that were all about Christmas. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. #TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all their travel posts.  You will find travel […]

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Our car fleet is getting bigger

by admin @ Hoi An Safari Tour | Best tour in Hoi An

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Nielsen Views: Evolving Advertising Currency

by Katie Olsen @ News Center | Nielsen

SVP of Digital Solutions, Jessica Hogue, discusses the desire within the media industry to evolve the current advertising currency and provide a common metric that reflects changing viewing habits and cross-platform media consumption.

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Kyoto – A la découverte des endroits incontournables de la ville

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Kyoto est généralement un gros “bordel” à organiser. Il y a des temples absolument partout et on ne veut pas manquer le Kiyomizu Dera, le pavillon d’or ou le pavillon d’argent. Il y a aussi des sanctuaires comme le Fushimi-Inari et des endroits assez différents comme la forêt de bambou d’Arashiyama. Bref de quoi faire […]

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We offer premium hotels

by admin @ Hoi An Safari Tour | Best tour in Hoi An

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Nielsen Partners With FlexCareers to Connect Talent With Flexible Work Options

by Katie Olsen @ News Center | Nielsen

To help promote our flexible work environment and increase associate participation in our benefits options, Nielsen’s Pacific team is partnering with FlexCareers, a platform that connects talented individuals in Australia and New Zealand with progressive employers.

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3 new eco tours in Hong Kong

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is now offering green eco-friendly tours in Hong Kong. HKTB is encouraging visitors to take a closer look at Hong Kong’s lesser-known natural treasures with a range of new green tours, launched under HKTB’s Great Outdoors campaign. HKTB is offering five tours, each run by qualified eco-tour guides. The […]

Join us on unforgettable tours

by admin @ Hoi An Safari Tour | Best tour in Hoi An

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Beach Towns or Colonial Cities?

by Audrey Bergner @ Hoi An – THAT BACKPACKER

Three countries, twelve cities, and ten weeks of travel later, I am starting to discover what kind of places I like to linger in....

Nielsen Invests in Technology to Accelerate Growth and Minimize Environmental Impacts

by Katie Olsen @ News Center | Nielsen

The choices we make around the technology we use across our business impacts not just the clients and markets we serve; they also benefit our environmental and social responsibility efforts. Crystal Barnes, SVP, Global Responsibility & Sustainability, recently sat down with Kim Anstett, Chief Information Officer, to discuss how these choices affect our day-to-day service delivery, as well as our environmental impacts more broadly.

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Arm Chair Travel #22

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Last week was Father’s Day here in Aus.  I hope you all had a lovely day sharing some time with your Dad and your kids spoilt their Dad. With the family spirit in mind, a few travel bloggers shared on #TheWeeklypostcard how they spend time together as a family. Welcome to the twenty-second post in […]

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How To Hike Safely With Kids – The Basic Knowledge You Need To Know

by Luna Anderson @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Luna Anderson author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

This is a guest post from Luna Anderson You can find the best tips about hiking, camping and survival skills on her website: HikerTrack Plus follow her on Twitter and Pinterest When you are a parent, you will find that there is innate need to make sure you have spent quality time with your kids. […]

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Nielsen Associates Make an Impact During Black History Month

by Bill Quinn @ News Center | Nielsen

Black History Month is celebrated nationally, and at Nielsen, we recognize the importance of commemorating the achievements of Black Americans—past and present. We celebrated Black History Month in a variety of ways. We amplified our insights via thought leadership; gave back during various community service opportunities; and encouraged employee dialogue and exchange with senior leaders. Here’s […]

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Danang Food Safari - Hoi An Jeep Adventures

Danang Food Safari - Hoi An Jeep Adventures


Hoi An Jeep Adventures

Throw your guide book away and spend a night with us exploring the city and its diverse, yet social food scene.

Restaurants Sukhumvit 29 Alley Bangkok

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

So many restaurants & such little time Restaurants Sukhumvit 29 Alley Bangkok  Restaurants Sukhumvit 29 Alley Bangkok, was where I walked from the Whale’s Belly restaurant to Sukhumvit Road. I was amazed by the number of restaurants along this trail, … Continue reading

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Mongolia Photosafari from 3rd to 11th November 2018

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

Introduction This Mongolian photosafari takes you to the land of the legendary Eagle Hunters of Mongolia and the famous Mongolian...

News Center | Nielsen - The Science Behind What's Next

News Center | Nielsen - The Science Behind What's Next


News Center | Nielsen

The Science Behind What's Next

Hoi An Local Favorites - Expert Recommendations from Hoi An's Expats

Hoi An Local Favorites - Expert Recommendations from Hoi An's Expats


Hoi An Now

Find new spots, restaurants, bars, back roads, tailors and see who lives in Hoi An. In Locals Share expats reveal their favorite activities and venues

Our amazing cruises

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[KOREA] CHERRY BLOSSOMS IN SEOUL – Where is the BEST PLACES to see it

[KOREA] CHERRY BLOSSOMS IN SEOUL – Where is the BEST PLACES to see it

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Annyeong!! Here it is, we present you a guide on the best places to see cherry blossoms in Seoul in case if you’re planning to have a spring holiday in South Korea. Cherry Blossoms in Seoul normally bloom in early April, according to the bloom forecast, it’s predicted to be on its peak blooming time … Continue reading [KOREA] CHERRY BLOSSOMS IN SEOUL – Where is the BEST PLACES to see it

MEDIT SEAFOOD  – GAJAH MADA, Jakarta

MEDIT SEAFOOD – GAJAH MADA, Jakarta

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

New seafood spot alert!! Medit Seafood restaurant serving various dishes with fresh and live seafood. As the name suggest, the restaurant is located in Apartemen Mediterania Gajah Mada, Jakarta. The ordering system is typical seafood restaurant, you get to see and choose the fresh and live ingredients directly from the aquarium, after that you can … Continue reading MEDIT SEAFOOD – GAJAH MADA, Jakarta

Arm Chair Travel #26

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Whilst perusing through last weeks (29 September 2017) #TheWeeklyPostcard I was reminded of my travels backpacking through Europe.  Coming from Australia where nothing is older than 200 years, I relished the European ancient wonders, landmarks, churches, even the palaces.  But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. […]

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[JAPAN] KYOTO TRAVEL GUIDE – Things to Do & Places to Go

[JAPAN] KYOTO TRAVEL GUIDE – Things to Do & Places to Go

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Kyoto is filled with charm that anyone can easily fall in love with. In this post, AnakJajan are going to show you some recommendation on what to do, where to go, and where to eat in Kyoto, Japan. JAPAN KYOTO VLOG ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ We always love the city vibes in Kyoto, the scenery, the well-preserved area, … Continue reading [JAPAN] KYOTO TRAVEL GUIDE – Things to Do & Places to Go

Indians Traveling International Destinations

by admin @ Mast Yatri

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Kyoto + Fushimi Inari + 7h00 du matin = moment magique

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Aujourd’hui on part pour un endroit absolument mythique et génial : le sanctuaire de Fushimi-Inari. Cet endroit est absolument incontournable à Kyoto, photogéniquement c’est un endroit délirant avec les couloirs juste incroyables. Mais attention car le lieu se mérite. Début de journée très très très très tôt ! On s’est levé à… j’ai même pas […]

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KEDAI KOKO HO – Alam Sutera & Muara Karang

KEDAI KOKO HO – Alam Sutera & Muara Karang

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Meet the exciting new comer, KEDAI KOKO HO in Alam Sutera, Tangerang and Muara Karang serving old-school Roti Gempal, coffee and other items typical kopitiam food that are worth raving! AnakJajan recently visited the first outlet in Alam Sutera, the shop is easy to find thanks to the eye catching signage on the main street. … Continue reading KEDAI KOKO HO – Alam Sutera & Muara Karang

Kyoto Safari – Découvrir les temples et quartiers oubliés sans les touristes

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Aujourd’hui je vous emmène avec moi pour un Kyoto Safari. Pour ceux qui ne lisent pas le blog régulièrement les safaris sont des visites des villes japonaises (Osaka, Tokyo, Hiroshima et donc Tokyo) organisées par des français installés au Japon, le but étant de vous montrer la ville autrement (ses quartiers oubliés, ses endroits “waouh”, […]

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[NEW MENU] WARUNG WAKAKA – Roti Nougat, Ayam Geprek, etc

[NEW MENU] WARUNG WAKAKA – Roti Nougat, Ayam Geprek, etc

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Hiii Sahabat Jajan, remember our previous blog post about Warung Wakaka with all their signature items such as Sate Taichan, Indomie, Martabak, etc? Well they have recently added new line of menu that are SERIOUSLY DAYUM!! The new menu includes Roti Kampung, Ayam Geprek, Nasi Uduk, Nasi Goreng, Milo Bomb, etc. Food and beverage menu … Continue reading [NEW MENU] WARUNG WAKAKA – Roti Nougat, Ayam Geprek, etc

Arm Chair Travel #34

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Last week (2 December 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard some of my fellow travel bloggers were experiencing festivals.  Festivals are a fun and unique way to engage with a destination, they provide the opportunity to gain insight into what makes that location special. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is […]

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Top 10 Restaurants for Kids in Hoi An - Toddlers on Tour

Top 10 Restaurants for Kids in Hoi An - Toddlers on Tour


Toddlers on Tour

Discover family restaurants in Hoi An, Vietnam. These restaurants for kids will help ensure you have an enjoyable meal when on holiday in Hoi An.

Nielsen Associates Ring in the ‘Year of the Dog’ with Global Lunar New Year Celebrations

by Katie Olsen @ News Center | Nielsen

At our offices around the world, employees recently shared food, participated in cultural traditions and celebrated the dawn of the “Year of the Dog,” commemorating Lunar New Year. Celebrations such as these connect our global workforce to our overall diversity and inclusion mission of ensuring each associate feels empowered to bring their whole self to work.

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Bachelor Party and India

by admin @ Mast Yatri

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The Silk Lanterns of Hoi An

by Audrey Bergner @ Hoi An – THAT BACKPACKER

They are everywhere. They hang from trees, line the store fronts, and light the markets at night. Hoi An is one of those towns...

10 Food Reasons to Visit Clarksville, Tennessee

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

This post will give you 10 food reasons to visit Clarksville, Tennessee. Tennessee’s fifth-largest city showcases a beautifully developed Cumberland RiverWalk, Greenway and Blueway, a thriving performing and visual arts community, grand historic architecture, a significant military history from pre-Revolutionary War days forward, and tributes to local heroes like Wilma Rudolph and Pat Summitt. GLOBAL […]

12 Most Romantic Hotels in Ireland

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

This post is about the 12 most romantic hotels in Ireland. There are truly a dozen (or more) ways to fall in love with Ireland—and each other—with visits to Ireland’s Blue Book’s romantic hotels. Each hotel in Ireland’s Blue Book ensures a unique and memorable experience, with top tips offering “insider secrets” to a romantic […]

Black Friday/Cyber Monday #TheWeeklyPostcard

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

For this weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard travel blog link up I’m not doing my usual Arm Chair Travel blog post.  This weekend is the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales.  So I thought I would offer a little history into the sales weekend that seems to have taken hold worldwide. Black Friday is the Friday after the American Thanksgiving, […]

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10 Best Mountains in Europe for Walking

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

This post is about the 10 best mountains in Europe for walking. For those with stamina and a good pair of hiking boots, adventure tour specialists Ramblers Walking Holidays has chosen their top 10 European peaks for high grade walking holidays on mountains that can be climbed without any special walking equipment. The 10 Best Mountains in Europe for […]

Zhangjiajie, China Photosafari from 30 May-3 Jun 2018

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

Zhangjiajie, China Photosafari from 30 May – 3 Jun 2018 Introduction Zhangjiajie is located in central China, northwest Hunan Province....

STAYCATION at Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta + Hotel Booking Tips

STAYCATION at Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta + Hotel Booking Tips

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

The idea of staycation always gets me excited, the comfy room, the relaxing vibes, the food. Every time we feel the need to escape from daily routine, staycation is the easiest and quickest getaway idea. AnakJajan recently had a weekend staycation in Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta, it remains one of our favorites in town. Our most … Continue reading STAYCATION at Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta + Hotel Booking Tips

Kamchatka Expedition – an Article by Heritage Fashion Magazine, a Vietnam Air in-flight Magazine

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

We are very proud that our article on our Kamchatka Expedition in September 2017 was featured in the March 2018...

Nielsen Taps Into the Impact of Science at Neuromarketing World Forum 2018

by Bill Quinn @ News Center | Nielsen

A the recent Neuromarketing World Forum, Nielsen thought leaders discussed neuroscience-inspired guidelines on the communication of promotions to the Asian shopper, while sharing insights around the power of music in advertising.

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Vietnam & Cambodia single tours for over 30's | Flash Pack

Vietnam & Cambodia single tours for over 30's | Flash Pack


Flash Pack

Take a first-class sleeper train to Sapa and kayak Halong Bay. Sleep on-board a traditional junk boat, learn the secrets of Vietnamese cooking and visit Angkor Wat at sunrise.

Why You Should Stay in Pompei Instead of Doing a Day Trip

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

When we were planning our most recent trip to Italy focused along the Bay of Naples, the big question on our minds was: where...

Tra Que Herb Village

by Audrey Bergner @ Hoi An – THAT BACKPACKER

Tra Que is a small farming community located about 2 kilometers northeast of Hoi An. It’s an easy bicycle ride and a quite scenic...

7 Reasons to Visit Hoi An and Stay a While

by Audrey Bergner @ Hoi An – THAT BACKPACKER

It’s no secret that I loved my time in Vietnam, and out of my entire month spent in the country, Hoi An was one...

Arm Chair Travel #31

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

There are so many different aspects of exploring the world through travel.  You can learn about history, see ancient wonders of the world, discover local customs or culture and see exciting wildlife.  Sometimes just finding the wildlife is an adventure in itself.  And that’s what some of last weeks (4 November 2017) #TheWeeklyPostcard travel bloggers […]

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[JAPAN] OSAKA FOOD & TRAVEL GUIDE – TOP Things to Do, Eat, & Visit

[JAPAN] OSAKA FOOD & TRAVEL GUIDE – TOP Things to Do, Eat, & Visit

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Osaka 大阪 is undoubtedly one of the most popular destination in Japan after Tokyo. You might wonder, what to do in Osaka? where to eat in Osaka? what’s the popular restaurant/ street food in Osaka that you must try? what are the must see and must visit in Osaka? Well, AnakJajan got you covered, here … Continue reading [JAPAN] OSAKA FOOD & TRAVEL GUIDE – TOP Things to Do, Eat, & Visit

Shopping for Clothes in Hoi An

by Audrey Bergner @ Hoi An – THAT BACKPACKER

When in Hoi An, you go shopping!   I am currently in Hoi An, a city in the center of Vietnam that is world...

Arm Chair Travel #24

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Last week (16 September 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard travel bloggers were biking it and hiking it everywhere.  But before I get started on that, let me remind you about what #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. Welcome to the twenty-fourth post in the Arm Chair Travel series. The Arm Chair Travel series is where I share with you, […]

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Radio: It’s in Everyone’s Shopping Cart

by Katie Olsen @ News Center | Nielsen

During this year’s Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference, the Nielsen Audio team shared the responses to their year-long advertiser outreach campaign to educate FMCG companies and big brands on the power of radio and its broad consumer reach.

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SISTERFIELDS JAKARTA – PIK Avenue

SISTERFIELDS JAKARTA – PIK Avenue

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

Finally the wait is over! From Seminyak, Bali to PIK Avenue, Jakarta, the iconic Sisterfields is now open in Jakarta. With their Australian cafe concept, it feels good to have another Australian style brunch option in town. If you visit Bali often, you might be familiar with Sisterfields, it’s one of the hip places in … Continue reading SISTERFIELDS JAKARTA – PIK Avenue

Maison Vy: a bargain boutique hotel in Hoi An

Maison Vy: a bargain boutique hotel in Hoi An


AFAR Media

Maison Vy is one of those rare finds located only somewhere like Vietnam where travel can be both affordable and luxurious. It’s set up to be a home-away-from-home, with creature comforts designed to pamper weary travelers. The hotel is part of the Ms.Vy brand – the family-owned, creative force t...

How To Eat Like A Local In Vietnam

How To Eat Like A Local In Vietnam


AWOL

The freshest fare, from Hanoi to Hoi An.

Arm Chair Travel #27

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Nature – it’s extraordinary, beautiful, magical and no one built it, it is just there for us all to enjoy.  Last week (6 October 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard travel bloggers were sharing their love of nature and all its stunning glory. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. […]

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Easy Day Trips You Can Take From Berlin: From Nature Escapes to Nearby Cities!

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

While you could easily spend your entire trip to Berlin exploring the different museums, historical buildings, and enormous parks, there is so much to...

10 Things to do in Seoul in Winter

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

It can get pretty cold in Seoul during the winter months. Once the Siberian winds begin to blow from the north and the wind chill reaches...

Arm Chair Travel #30

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Last week (28 October 2017) a few of my fellow travel bloggers shared their experiences at our favourite South East Asian family holiday destinations. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. #TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all their travel posts.  You will find travel […]

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Holidays with teenage children: Tips and advice for travelling with teens

Holidays with teenage children: Tips and advice for travelling with teens


Traveller

Taking teens travelling need not be all worry and no fun for parents or children.

Arm Chair Travel #28

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Several years back when I first created Toddlers on Tour I had many friends ask,  why write about travel with kids?  Who wants to take their kids on a holiday? That just sounds awful.  However, I knew there were families out there wanting to explore the world and looking for travel tips on how to achieve […]

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Where to Stay in Seoul: A Neighbourhood Guide to Make the Most of Your Visit!

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

So you’ve booked your flight, planned your itinerary, but now you need to figure out where to stay in Seoul. The big question is:...

Arm Chair Travel #33

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Last week (27 November 2017) on #The WeeklyPostcard a few of my fellow travel bloggers headed off to a couple of our favourite South East Asian family holiday destinations. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. #TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all […]

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Big Changes Nana Plaza Plus Soi 4

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

Improvements to Nana in Bangkok Big Changes Nana Plaza Plus Soi 4  Big Changes Nana Plaza Plus Soi 4 are taking place right now in March 2018. A huge roof is being built over the Plaza & the bars in … Continue reading

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Arm Chair Travel #23

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

Last week (9 September 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard there was some absolutely stunning photography that I just have to share with you.  But before I get started on that let me remind you about what #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. Welcome to the twenty-third post in the Arm Chair Travel series. The Arm Chair Travel series is […]

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Arm Chair Travel #25

by Sally-Ann Brown @ Toddlers on Tour

This post was written by Sally-Ann Brown author of Toddlers on Tour - Travel Tips for Travel with Kids

As the weather gets milder, be it warming up or cooling down it’s time to start enjoying the outdoors.  And that’s exactly what #TheWeeklyPostcard travel bloggers were doing last week (21 September 2017).  But before we start looking at how they were enjoying the outdoors let me explain what #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. As Toddlers on […]

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The Eagle Huntress of Mongolia – featured at Vietnam Air in-flight Magazine

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

An article of our trip to document the 12 years old Eagle Huntress of Mongolia, Miss Aigerim, was featured in...

8 Reasons to Visit the Yukon in Canada

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

In this post, we give you 8 reasons to visit the Yukon in Canada now. When you consider Canada, a plethora of iconic images come to mind. Perhaps foremost are its majestic mountains and emerald green lakes, but consider for a moment experiencing these beautiful vistas away from the bustling tourist trails and combining them […]

Marché de Kuromon – Se balader (et surtout manger) à Osaka

by Brice @ WorldWildBrice

Pour ceux qui ne l’ont pas vu sur certaines photos du blog, sachez que ma copine est Vietnamienne et à ce titre on a parfois pas vraiment les mêmes envies pour les visites. Elle a pu lire des trucs sur des blogs ou des sites vietnamiens et généralement c’est très différent de ce que va […]

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Matera: A Travel Guide to Italy’s City of Caves

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

One destination that’s been at the very top of our travel bucket list for a while now is Matera, and on this trip to Italy, Sam...

Thailand Thai Culture

by admin @ Mast Yatri

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Baliem Valley Festival, Indonesia from 7-11th August 2018

by maxby @ PhotoSafari

Introduction Come and explore the last frontier of Indonesia’s remote Papua Island and its indigenous tribes.  The main tribes inhabiting...

A Guide to Chiloé Island, Chile

by Selma Dzonlic @ THAT BACKPACKER

Chiloé is an undiscovered enchantment blessed in nature, rural landscapes, delicious seafood and colourful UNESCO churches. This windswept archipelago is located in the south...

Honeymoons in Vietnam | Audley Travel

Honeymoons in Vietnam | Audley Travel


Audley Travel

Read Audley's guide to Honeymoons in Vietnam with recommendations for memorable travel experiences by a travel specialist.

Debunking Retail Myths and Unveiling Consumer Behavior in East Africa

by Katie Olsen @ News Center | Nielsen

Nielsen recently hosted two milestone market intelligence events in Nairobi, Kenya, and in Kampala, Uganda. The events theme, ‘Changing Markets, Changing Consumers, Changing Strategies,’ helped attendees understand the changing nature of markets and consumers in East Africa, as well as the resulting requirement for changing strategies in the wake of this flux.

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Bangkok Weekend Fun Food Family

by David Herd @ The Five Star Vagabond

You gotta love the BIG Mango Bangkok Weekend Fun Food Family  Bangkok Weekend Fun Food Family was on our menu in March 2018. There is so much to do in this great city it’s hard to know where to start. … Continue reading

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ALAYA Hotel & Resort

ALAYA Hotel & Resort


ANAKJAJAN.COM

When it comes to Bali, AnakJajan always love the serenity of Ubud area. A while ago AnakJajan had an amazing stay at Alaya Hotel & Resort Ubud Bali.

Food tours in Hoi An

Food tours in Hoi An


Travelfish

Food tours are a way to explore Hoi An through the lens of all things delicious. Here are some of the offerings.

5 Places Where You Can Chase the Northern Lights in Europe

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

The Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are one of the most beautiful phenomena in the world. The lights appear when electrically charged particles from...

10 Winter Getaways Where You Can Enjoy the Snow

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

When you begin to plan your travels for winter, it can be tempting to escape the cold and head to warmer climates, but these...

SELASIH BY DAPUR MAMIH – Jakarta

SELASIH BY DAPUR MAMIH – Jakarta

by Mrs. Jajan @ ANAKJAJAN.COM

When there’s a good food, sharing it on our blog is a must! In this case, Sate Domba at Selasih by Dapur Mamih in Senopati area, precisely in Wolter Monginsidi street, South Jakarta. AnakJajan recently visited Selasih by Dapur Mamih thanks to our friend’s recommendation. The restaurant serves various Indonesian dishes like Lamb Skewer, Chicken … Continue reading SELASIH BY DAPUR MAMIH – Jakarta

Revivo: Asia’s best new wellness retreat is in Bali

by travelife @ TRAVELIFE Magazine

This post is about Revivo in Bali, Asia’s best new wellness retreat. Setting a new standard for wellness retreats in Asia, luxury resort REVĪVŌ officially opened on the 30th March on 3 hectares of lush land in Bali, Indonesia. Meaning “I’ll live again”, the concept of REVĪVŌ is to soothe the spirit and rejuvenate the […]

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