One of the best ways to learn about local culture is through its food and drink – what better way to explore the flavors of the country literally from the soil up through its vineyards. Once a niche market in the Old World Wine regions of Europe and an option only for the well-heeled, wine tourism today can be found on nearly every continent and accessible to travels with a vast range of different budgets. Agoda, one of the world’s fastest-growing online travel agents (OTA), shares its list of nine wine regions, every wine lover should visit:
If you are having a hard time thinking of an ideal gift for the women in your life this Women’s Day (20 October), findings from Agoda’s recent survey may just help you to find the solution.
With longer working hours, constant digital contact and increasing obligations, it’s no wonder more people are treating themselves to solo trips to (temporarily) get away from it all!
Java, albeit the most crowded island in Indonesia, has several insta-worthy spots guaranteed to make any traveler’s feed look cooler and more exciting.
When an out of town trip is beyond reach, relaxation plans don’t need to be shelved. You can still have that quick escape and change of scenery even if you’re just in Metro Manila.
‘I can’t wait for the weekend!’ – a common phrase that echoes in the minds of many throughout the week. Thankfully Malaysia, best known for its bustling streets, colourful cuisine and deep-rooted cultures, is also blessed with many public holidays that create extended weekends, giving adventurers plenty of time to travel.
Eco-friendly hotels might conjure up images of creepy crawlies and wooden shacks, but today many hotels in Thailand are proving that you don’t need to compromise on style or comfort for sustainability.
Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing online travel agents (OTAs), today released its National Day Getaway 2018 study, revealing that travelers from Vietnam are saying ‘sawadee-ka’ to Bangkok in droves during the long weekend that kicks-off September.
New school semesters may be looming or already underway after the mid-year break, but that doesn’t mean families are packing away their travel gear just yet.