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  • AirAsia to Collect Increased PSC Demanded by MAHB Under Protest

    AirAsia will be collecting the increased Passenger Service Charge (PSC) levied by Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) from midnight tonight under protest, following a recent court ruling. The Kuala Lumpur High Court had dismissed AirAsia Berhad and AirAsia X Berhad’s striking out application in relation […] More

  • Red by Sirocco: A Cool Kuala Lumpur Hotel that Highlights Everything Malaysian

    One of Malaysia’s most comprehensive hospitality consultancy and advisory groups Sirocco Hospitality Group is set to provide AirAsia BIG Members exciting offers and discounts. Gearing up for the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign, the partnership between Sirocco Hospitality Group and AirAsia BIG is aimed at reaching […] More

  • Xi’an Restores Half of Its Targeted 105 ‘Beautiful Villages’ Ahead of Schedule

    Since Xi’an launched the ‘Three-Year (2018-2020) Action Plan for Rural Residents’ Environment Improvement in Xi’an’ in 2018, 85 out of 105 villages that were listed in the 2019 ‘Beautiful Villages’ project have already been completed by the end of July 2019. By improving rural infrastructure facilities, implementing initiatives […] More

  • Sirocco Hospitality Group Partners With AirAsia BIG

    Sirocco Hospitality Group (‘Sirocco Group’), one of Malaysia’s most comprehensive hospitality consultancy and advisory groups with a chain of hotels under its wings is set to provide AirAsia BIG Members exciting offers and discounts. The formidable partnership with AirAsia BIG will be one of the […] More

  • Episode #4: Must Eat Food & Places to Visit in Bangkok

    Thailand is famous for its food, but beyond the well known green curry and Tom Yum Goong, there are hundreds of undiscovered dishes from all over the country. One of the best ways to experience these lesser known treasures is to visit Bangkok’s markets and […] More

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    Episode #2: Why & How Does Digital Nomad Lifestyle Works?

    With its cheap cost of living and great lifestyle Bali attracts digital nomads from all over the world. They come to Southeast Asia to build businesses online and meet likeminded entrepreneurs. Some stay for weeks, others for a lifetime. But, who are these digital nomads […] More

  • Magical Santan: How AirAsia In-flight Meals Are Made

    Food doesn’t taste the same 30,000ft up in the sky as it tastes on the ground. Hungry to find out how airplane food is made and delivered into the plane? #AirAsiaSantan shares the work that goes behind a plateful of Asean culinary favourites More

  • Travel Advisory: Flying from Penang? Allow Extra Time

    AirAsia is advising guests who are departing from Penang International Airport to allow extra time to clear check-in formalities. With increased airport congestion, guests are encouraged to allow an additional 45 minutes to complete the check-in and documentation check process. All guests who are flying […] More

  • Teleport and Triple i Logistics sign MoU for Thailand JV

    Teleport, the re-branded digital cargo and logistics platform of AirAsia, and Triple i Logistics signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today in Bangkok.  Teleport plans to establish a joint venture with Triple i to integrate cargo capacity in Thailand for AirAsia Thailand and AirAsia X […] More

  • Airport Operations Ground Team Red receives ISAGO Certification

    Ground Team Red (GTR), a joint venture between AirAsia and SATS has successfully completed the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO). The global standards and accreditation by IATA covers its headquarters and station at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The new […] More

  • The Manila Monastery Built by the Pioneers of Love

    In the heart of old Manila stands the formidable San Agustin Church, the Philippines’ oldest stone church, named after the saint whose teachings inspire the Augustinians friars, the “Pioneers of Love” who spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to the lands newly “discovered” by Western explorers. […] More

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    Finding Authentic Handmade Treats in and around Sibu

    In a time when much of our food comes mass-produced, it’s good to know that there are still places where handmade food is appreciated and valued. One such place is Central Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo, where local traditional food has been made in small batches […] More

  • Eat Local: Muslim-Friendly Vietnamese Dishes and Where to Get Them

    While there are halal establishments in Vietnam, they are few and far between and they don’t usually serve local flavours. Luckily for those of you who want to get a taste of authentic Vietnamese cuisine, there are plenty of Muslim-friendly seafood and vegetarian dishes to […] More

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