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October 27, 2013

Manila To Macau Now Through AirAsia

I missed traveling and disconnecting from the world. Well, I previously had travels but they are mostly business trips or blog assignments, and what I really want to do now is to go on a trip and just disconnect from my world. Well, I don't really post much in social media when I am traveling, so I want to do that kind of travel again. I have this friend who went on back-packing trip and didn't take a single picture. Crazy I know. I am not sure if I can do something like that. Let's see. I was actually planning to go to India, but because of some changes in decision, well it looks like it won't happen anytime soon.


Anyhow, I just want to share this great news. You can now travel directly from Manila to Macau. Thank you to AirAsia! 

Pic from Calvinayre

When we visited Macau back in 2010, it was a sidetrip from our Hong Kong trip. Now, we can directly go to Macau - the Las Vegas of Asia! You can book a flight in www.airasia.com with all-in promo fares from as low as Php460, one way.

I missed taking selfies like this..


I am sure you guys are familiar with this place. 
I think I have a few travel blogs about Macau here.

Here's more news: AirAsia Zest’s 6th new route for October will begin operations on December 6 with three flights available weekly or every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The newly rebranded airline has earlier announced that it will launch direct flights from Manila to Miri, Malaysia and from Cebu’s Mactan International Airport to Kuala Lumpur on December 1. Flights from Cebu to domestic destinations of Davao, Cagayan de Oro and Puerto Princesa (Palawan), will commence on November 15.



Check out www.airasia.com if there are still free seats! I'll see you there!



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