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Taipei is vibrant and progressive, don’t you agree?   Great care has been taken to make this place truly liveable for its citizens and convenient for travellers of all backgrounds – regardless of race, belief, age, financial status and interest – to roam around and explore the city and beyond. Now, allow us to introduce

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Vietnam, 16 January 2017 – Vietjet has launched its 5th route to Taiwan at the Tan Son Nhat International Airport – Vietnam, connecting Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) with Taichung (Taiwan). This marks a significant milestone for Vietjet as it is now the airline with the most routes between Vietnam and Taiwan. The new service

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KUALA LUMPUR – January 11, 2017 – Private jets, personal stylists and exclusive rooftops are just some of the many features today’s business travelers can enjoy at the top business hotels around the globe, according to accommodation expert Hotels.com™. Forget those stark conference rooms and bland breakfast buffets, business travel is changing, with hotels becoming

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  (Ho Chi Minh City, June 23, 2016) – Vietjet recently celebrated the launch of its new international route from Ho Chi Minh City to Tainan. All passengers, leaders of Tainan Government, Vietnam Ministry of Transportation, Vietjet management members and other dignities welcomed the route launch ceremony at Tan Son Nhat International Airport and Tainan

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For the first time ever, Gaya Travel Magazine features Mexico (Page 84), experienced first hand by one of our team members, Ed Junaidi. Contrary to what many people who have never been to this Latin American nation might think, Mexico is actually bursting with life (they even celebrate the dead), colour, history and remarkable heritage, evidenced by the Mexican sites that are listed as part of UNESCO World Heritage.

Apart from Taipei 101 (one of the world’s tallest building), the rest of Taiwan is a mystery to me. I did not feel I was ever called to personally explore the country yet to learn about it. But, when I was invited to join the trip courtesy of China Airlines and Taiwan Visitor Association, I immediately grabbed the chance without any hesitation.