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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Tips For Booking Travels Online

1. Shop around:

This has been our motto from the start. We are finding that prices change all the time, so it is important to look around for the best travel deal.

Besides searching our site, we have provided our favorite sites (with reviews) for finding the best deals.

Don’t get paralysis on analysis though. We recommend you pick a price (be reasonable though) and search until you find it- once you find it- take it!!

2. The more flexible you are the better:

Hey, I know when you travel with kids or a group of people, being flexible isn’t an option.

If you can be flexible, it will help, that’s all. Things like flying on certain days (like Saturday or mid-week), or specific times (10pm-6am for example) could be a benefit.

3. Join Frequent Flyer Programs:

This is a travel tip. You don’t have to fly every other month to benefit from these programs. If you use credit cards, you might as well get something back.

Heck, we pay them enough in charges that you deserve something in return. Just pick your favorite airline(s) and sign up for an airline mile card!

4. Read:

Sign up for e-zines.

You can set up a free email account if you don’t want these piling up in your in-box. Many of them have an opt-out section that allows you to quit receiving emails once you are done.

They usually provide up-to-date alerts on what deals are out there. Also, you might want to look into a few information products about traveling on a budget or getting great deals!!

There are experts out there who have been there and done that and know how to take advantage of great opportunities.

5. Know all the terms and conditions:

This is a very important cheap deal travel reminder.
For example, you will want to know if your quotes are locked in immediately or how long you have til you must decide, what their refund policy is, cancellation policy, if their site is safe when you enter your information (if you see a golden key or padlock at the bottom in the toolbar, then you will be fine), changes you might need to make, and so forth. You don’t want to get trapped into something that you can’t get out of.

Day Trips in Bangkok

Bangkok is a very international city. There are lots of things to see and do. The city offers unlimited shopping opportunities from the famous weekend market where many authentic Thai crafts are available to the international designer shops in places like Gaysorn and Paragon.

There are many sightseeing opportunities in Bangkok. These include the amazing Grand Palace with the Emerald Buddha, the Ancient City, taking a dinner cruise on the Chao Phraya River, taking a trip to Jim Thompson’s House or relaxing with a cocktail at the Oriental Hotel.

If the pace of the city is too much, you can always take one of the many day trips. These include the old capital of Ayutthaya which can be reached by bus or by boat, a visit to the Floating Market or a trip to the bridge on the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi.

Back in Bangkok the world famous traditional Muay Thai Boxing is not to be missed. If you want something a little more relaxing a short course in Traditional Thai Cooking is highly recommended. The best way to end a day trip in Bangkok is probably by enjoy a famous traditional Thai massage and spa that is available all over Bangkok.

Expedia Hotel Deals Guide

It’s one of the largest and most respected discount travel sites, and has been for several years. The search engine allows you to comb through hundreds of thousands of properties, nearly 500 airlines, and several car rental agencies to find affordable rates. You can also keep up with the latest deals on vacation packages and cruises.

Here are a few tips for saving as much money as possible:

• One way you can get Expedia hotel deals is to sign up for the mobile app. You can receive notifications through the app about deals that aren’t advertised on the website. It’s also very convenient and keeps your itineraries stored even when you don’t have Wi-Fi.

• Consider booking a package deal. If you’re going to need airfare anyway, you might as well combine the cost of the hotel and flight together in one package. For additional savings, book the car rental too. Expedia’s search engine allow for all three to be searched at the same time. This strategy may lead to you accessing deep savings to help bring down the overall cost of your trip.

• Use coupons. If you’re an internet coupon “clipper”, then you’ll be glad to know that there are Expedia coupons you can use for enticing savings. Just read the terms and conditions to make sure you can use a particular coupon for your hotel booking.

• Keep an eye on the “Deals” section. The company is constantly updating this part of the site. It has a variety of categories, including last-minute deals and cheapest hotel prices. There are deals popping up all the time for hotels in popular tourist hotspots, both domestic and international.

• If you’re a regular traveler and plan on booking a lot of hotels in the future, it might be worth it to join Expedia+. This membership program offers exclusive discounts that regular users don’t get access to as well as points and hotel VIP benefits.

Book Next Bus Travel Trip Online

No longer will you have to be bound to a specific website that only provides you access to a specific destination or only providing you access to one bus company. The service is very easy-to-use and allows you to search and compare fares instantly on the same web page. You will be able to travel anywhere in the US, Europe and Asia. They also have a dedicated customer service line and they have a secured online ordering system in place.

You will be able to get your travel trip cost information in easy to follow steps. You will then be able to make an informed decision based on your calculations. They also offer complete vacation packages for you to travel anywhere in the world. It just makes perfect sense for you to see all those famous sightseeing places that you have read about in magazines or seen in movies.