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Headed to Frequent Traveler University in Chicago

I’ve never been to Frequent Traveler University before, and am a bit excited to go. In case you aren’t aware, FTU is basically a travel hacking conference. According to the FTU website: Frequent Traveler University is the world’s premier educational series of seminars devoted to teaching traveler’s the...

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Peach Airlines November 24 hr sale!

Insane sale, $250HKD from KIX – HKG (plus taxes & fees.) Plenty of other routes on sale too! Tick tock – you have 48 hours of low prices! Travel with Peach! Osaka (Kansai) – Hong kong only 3,690 JPY. Tokyo (Haneda) – Shanghai (Pudong) only 3,590 JPY. Okinawa...

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Travel Insurance Basics – What are you Actually Buying?

What does Travel Insurance even cover? Why are you always being asked to buy it when you buy airline tickets on Expedia, Zuji, and airlines’ own websites? In Western countries, many benefits are bundled into your credit card – most people don’t even know! But in Hong Kong,...

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Vietjet $0 tickets on international routes

Looking for some cheap tickets to Vietnam? OR maybe you aren’t looking. Either way 0HKD is a pretty nice price for some tickets anywhere. Vietjet occasionally has these sales and today through Nov 10, 12pm-2pm HKT, you can try to grab some seats online for only taxes and...

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A Smooth Ride: Hong Kong to Narita on ANA NH810

I recently flew ANA for the first time in several years, from Hong Kong to Tokyo Narita in economy class. At the Airport I arrived at the checkin desk a little over an hour before takeoff and there was no queue. The checkin agent seemed to struggle to...

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Cheap Tickets for Cotai Water Jet

Cotai Water Jet is one of the ferry services linking Hong Kong to Macau. We have reviewed it here. The service celebrates its tenth anniversary in November and to celebrate they have some promotions. First, they are offering one way tickets in their first class for $100. To...

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Faster Passport Control for Visitors Leaving Hong Kong

If you are visiting Hong Kong, your exit through passport control should be speedier than before thanks to a change at the airport. When going through passport control, visitors aged eleven or above using a biometric passport issued by certain countries, can now use dedicated “Smart Departure” e-gates....