Nov 192015

Apple has always been known for listening to their customers and making their lives easier and better. Earlier this month, the company has rolled out a new software update. Among the many cool new features such as the new ways of taking a Note, and Peak and Pop feature, there are also new additions to our beloved Emoji keyboard!

People have long complained about a middle finger emoji and new animals, so the leading phone company introduced new emojis like a unicorn, a dove, and a squirrel among others. The Food & Drink section has also been updated with the addition of tacos and popcorns. I know right? Yay! For a full look of the new  awesome and incredibly cute emojis, take a look below.

Totally adorable don’t you think? So what are you waiting for, update your software and enjoy the new Emoji Keyboard now!! *insert excited emoji here*

Nov 012015

Girls love flowers. There’s no denying and stopping that. These beautiful blooms have always been used to either woo a girl or to apologize to her. They’re so perfect for any occasion that a man can just settle with a bouquet as a gift for any girl in his life and she will surely love it.

So today, we’ve collected the most attractive blooms we’ve ever seen in our lives to help out the gents who are trying to impress their girls with some unique and pretty flower arrangements.

The following babies are from Vaness Flowers in South Korea and they exude nothing but elegance and beauty. We assure you these beauts are worth your every penny!


Now tell me these babies aren’t making you feel something inside. It doesn’t matter if you’re a man, you’ll surely find yourself liking these extremely pretty blooms from Vaness.

So what are you waiting for? Go get your baby girl one of these!

Oct 122015

Space is one of the most mysterious thing there is. We’ve seen how beautiful it is and how extremely easy it is to get lost in space. So we’ve collected 20 high definition photos that you can display as your wallpaper and be able to gaze at the beauty of space in the safety of your homes.

1. Fabulous wallpaper


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2. Dark Earth wallpaper


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3. Space Eye wallpaper


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4. Like the Phoenix wallpaper


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5. Gate of Hades Nebula wallpaper


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6. Landscape wallpaper



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7. Space wallpaper


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8. Outer Space Nebula wallpaper


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9. Space HD wallpaper


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10. Satellite Between Planets wallpaper


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11. Dragons Breath wallpaper


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12. Blue Hole Nebula wallpaper


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13. Candle’s Wick wallpaper


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14. Crab Nebula wallpaper


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15. Milky Way Night wallpaper


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16. Spaceart wallpaper


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17. Earth Galaxy wallpaper


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18. Sun wallpaper


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19. Pegasus Nebula wallpaper


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20. Galaxy Cloud wallpaper


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There you go. Hope you’ll find ones that you like and have fun changing up your desktop screen!

Oct 022015


Snapchat is a big social media site where people upload their selfies and get the option to put a caption on it. And just recently, it released a huge update!

If you like taking selfies and do not have Snapchat’s mobile app yet, please download it ASAP. This app gives you a number of different selfie tools. This new addition is called the “Lenses”, these are what will enable you to add fun and special effects on your selfies.


By holding down on the screen, you can get these effects and spice up your ordinary selfies. There are 7 awesome lenses you can choose from. Also, they are not only limited to selfies. If you press the camera button and hold it just like when taking a video, you’ll be able to record yourself with the special effects applied on your face.

You can choose from animated big heart eyes, rainbow vomit, cyborg animation, aging effect, to scary Halloween filter. And just so you know, Snapchat assures its users that new lenses will be released daily for our entertainment. You’ll surely have fun goofing around with this new funny photo app.


For better selfie effects results, face the camera straight-on and if you have glasses, please take them off for a while.

Now if your download is complete, why don’t you give it a try and let us know what you think?

Sep 142015

These days, you don’t have to drive to the nearest airport just to buy your tickets or ring their phone lines nonstop. All you need is a phone, an internet connection and a bank account. And viola, you can now book a flight. No more waiting in line needed! As easy as 1, 2, 3. So let’s list your options on how to score that next lowest fare flight.

1. The AirAsia Mobile App
Smartphones have become an essential in our lives, and applications are what makes them smart. We download apps that our useful and make us productive. So if you’re a travel junkie, or is interested in flying somewhere, then I insist that you download AirAsia’s mobile app. With just one click, you can access their lowest fare flight offers, choose the best one, and book it! Isn’t that nice? The best thing that ever happened next to bacons.

2. The AirAsia Web Site
If you’re one of those people who is always in front of their desktops or MacBooks, then we suggest that you bookmark AirAsia’s website instead. Just go to and you’ll automatically see lines and lines of lowest fare offers, promo offers, hotel offers, and even flight meal offers! What’s there not to like? Everything’s made easier these days. But if you still have some questions about something, AirAsia got that covered. Just scroll down the page and you’ll see a “Have a question” option below. That’s their Ask engine. Just type your query and you’ll get an instant answer.

So next time you’re trying to score the best flight deal, give these easy ways a try.

Download the app and start tracking those offers!

Sep 072015


Why spend a lot of money on hotels when you can travel for less with Couchsurfing?

Couchsurfing is an amazing way to go around the world in a budget and get to know locals who are willing to offer you a space in their homes., the official website that connects travellers and family hosts all over the world now has more than three million members.

Although it is true that you are not obliged to pay for the kindness the locals show you, I think it is just right to somehow give back. You can do this by doing house chores or maybe even offeirng to help in their businesses. Some may be into farming, dining, or selling.


This can lower your expense when travelling in foreign countries. Host families are usually willing to offer their homes because they are interested in your culture, want to learn your language, or might also be planning to visit your country and want to build connections.

couch is not just about finding a place to stay. It is about meeting new people, engaging in other’s culture, learning from the locals, and making friends from places far from home.

If you want to know more about couchsurfing visit

Aug 232015


If you still haven’t heard of this offer, you better catch up now! This is an unbelievable promo that wanderlusts and even those who never had a backpacking trip before surely wouldn’t wanna pass.

So now, I will cut all the crap and go straight to the point. How does this work? You have two options, either you get the 10 Credit with 30 days travel vality or the 20 Credit Pass with 60 days travel validity. The 10 Credit Pass costs $160 and the 20 Credit Pass is sold for $290.


You travel around South East Asia via credits. Flights with less than two hours of travel time will cost you 1 credit, while those that go beyond two hours will be worth 3 credits.


This AirAsia promo is perfect for backpackers and travellers who want to go around Asia and enjoy themselves for a month or two months.

However, to make the most out of it. We suggest you plan your itinerary and calculate all expenses not covered with the Asean Pass, such as hotel, food, airport fees, taxi/bus fares, and personal expenses.

Now what are you waiting for? Go check AirAsia’s site and let us know what you think in the comment section below.

Aug 102015


You started a blog and been working really hard to make it real great. After all the hardwork, you think you’re finally ready for the crowd’s attention. However, no matter how long you kept on posting, and waiting, and posting, there just seems to be no one coming into your blog. Fear not my friend, we’re here today to give you tips on how to increase traffic into your blog.

1. Come up with clever topics


Personally, I think that this is absolutely the first thing every blogger should do — to think of a blog theme and make your contents cohesive, fun, and informational. You have to be sure what kind of topics you want to post in your blog. Choose topics that will make people interested and make them keep coming back for more.

Consider you blog’s theme when coming up with topics. For example, if you designed it for funny things online, then keep the posts light, entertaining and cool. On the other hand, if you made your blog for the purpose of sharing informational tips to others, then always provide useful information with excellent quality in your blog posts.

2. Provide timeless content

Instead of going for topics that are only relevant for a short period of time, why not create contents that people will still find interesting despite years of being published online? Topics such as the makeup transformation craze, or belly-button challenge are more likely to create traffic for a brief period of time, if any.

We’re not saying you can’t write about these short-lived topics though. What we’re trying to point out here is that writing about short-lived topics will also only generate short-lived traffic.

3. Ask for shares


I know you always see these icons when you visit other people’s blogs. Well, that’s because it can be very useful in advertising your blog.

When readers liked your post, oftentimes they try to locate the share or tweet icons so they can let their social friends see what they just read. I know because I also do that, and it’s very frustrating when the article can’t be directly shared and the only thing to do so is to copy the link and paste it to you Facebook post or Tweet. That can turn people off from sharing your content because that’s too “effortful”. So to make things easier for your readers, add those little icons and watch your post get shared by different people.

4. Be mobile-friendly


Today, almost everyone has a smartphone. We use it for everything, may it be texting, taking photos, sharing stories, and surfing the web. Most of the people I know spend around 4 hours a day just scrolling down their phones and reading posts from other people. The blogger’s targets are now on mobile phones and not on desktops or laptops. What should you do? Simple. Make your blog mobile-friendly!

If you’re in WordPress, just check this plugin out: It will make a version of your blog that is perfect for mobile browsing.

5. Humility goes a long way



People notice it when the blogger becomes too full of himself and they’ll start losing interest. When that happens, you’ll go back to zero.

You know why big blogs are so successful? It’s because they don’t seem to care about the attention they’re getting at all. They continue on providing cool posts like before and they never cease on putting the readers’ interest first. They are popular because their popularity is one of their least concerns. Of course every blogger aspires to be known in the internet, but when that happens, it’s tiime to be more down-to-earth and be more aware of your audience’s interests rather than yourself.


Traffic is probably the most important thing for a blog to succeed. If you follow these five simple steps, you’ll surely rake in traffic to your blog faster than you can say “Go!”.


Jul 272015

Smartphones have found their way into our everyday essentials. We rely on them for almost everything, such as alarm, notes, camera, music, texting, and internet surfing. So it is a real hassle when we don’t know how to make things easier when it comes to using our sometimes complicated phones – specifically the iPhone. Today we’ve gathered 11 tricks that will dramatically maximize your iPhone experience.

1. Shake your iPhone to delete text


Want to delete everything you typed but tired of double tapping and waiting for the option to select all? Why don’t you try shaking your iPhone a little bit instead? This will trigger a dialog box to pop out giving the choice to undo what you typed. If you shake your iPhone after deleting something, a dialog box asking if you want to redo the last action will appear. Makes things easier and cooler, eh?


2. It can track your movement


This feature is totally creepy, but before you consider it useless, let me tell you how you can use it to your advantage. So you have a partner whom you think is cheating on you? Ask your partner where he/she went, then you can check if the love of your life told you the truth. If not, then maybe it’s time to confront the person and demand to know what’s really going on.


3. Letters for passcode


Bored of the same old kind of passcodes? Try something new by simply turning off Simple Passcode in your settings. You will be asked to enter your old password. Once done, it will ask you to input your new password using letters instead of numbers.


4. See a detailed calendar


Don’t know how you can view your schedule completely? Hold your phone horizontally and watch your screen rotate to landscape. Now you can see your full schedule for the day in a more detailed way.

Ps. If this doesn’t work, go to settings and turn off the Portrait Orientation Lock.


5. Closing apps like a boss


You don’t need to tire your finger swiping up to close all the apps in line. Why do it one by one if you can close two apps at a time, or three at a time? Don’t believe me? Try it now!


6. Take photos with the volume buttons


Most people try so hard to reach the circle button when taking a selfie. They are desperate to reach it thinking there’s no other way to capture the photo since the default camera app has no timer option. But hold it people, there are two ways to do it actually. You can either press the volume buttons or…

7. Use headset to capture selfies


Yes folks. Just plug in your headset, set up your phone on a table, hold the volume rocker, strike a pose, and press the button. There you have it. A cheaper, better, and easier alternative to selfie sticks.


8. Airplane mode for faster charging


If you’re in a hurry to leave the house but still have to wait for your phone to at least charge a little more, then try this trick next time. Whenever you charge your phone, switch it to airplane mode so it will charge twice as fast. Not only will you save time, you’ll aso save a little on your electricity consumption.


9. Time info of your texts


Before you go around complaining about how Apple failed to put timestamps on texts, try swiping your finger to the left while you’re reading a message. You see little numbers appear while you swipe? Yes, those are the timestamps you were looking for.


10. Take superb, high-quality photos


iPhone cameras are one of the best (if not the best) in the smartphone world, but when you’re given an option to have an even better photos, why not use it? The HDR mode allows you to take excellent photos in different settings and scenes. Photos turn out crisp, vivid, colorful and even DSLR-like sometimes.


11. Speed up iPhone performance



Turn on the reduce motion and the increase contrast on the phone’s settings. This will remove the parallax effect that can slow down your phone and speed it up a little. Also, always leave at least 2 gigabytes of storage on your phone to avoid it from lagging and crashing apps.


And that’s a wrap. We hope you can use at least some of these tricks to improve your iPhone experience. Let us know what you think in the comments below!











Jul 132015

Sometimes, or most of the time, we wish that life was just a little bit easier. With all the advanced technology we have it’s baffling how there are tasks that we still find hard to do, like opening a jar lid or cleaning the kitchen sink. But we have the internet now, and the all so reliable Google to help us with our tiny problems. I scoured the World Wide Web for some of the most useful life hacks and here are some of them:

1. Marker Mishap


Accidentally used permanent marker on your whiteboard? Turns out it can be removed using a plain, old rubber eraser. Rubbing an eraser on the surface of a whiteboard will removed the permanent marker due to friction. But it takes a bit of effort so if you don’t want that, you can try using toothpaste. Toothpaste contains abrasives that will wipe the marker off of most surfaces.

2. Hello, Uhhm…


Was there a point in your life when you forgot someone’s name and you’re embarrassed to ask them again because you don’t want them to know that you forgot it? Well, here’s a simple trick that I read. Ask that person what their full name is. In this way, they will just think that you wanted to know what their last name was. It’s not much of a life hack but it sure does save you from yet another awkward moment.

3. Dangers of Frying


Cooking can be fun since it means that you get to eat after. You know what’s not fun? Oil splatters. Now, I don’t know how legit this is since I haven’t tried it myself but as it turns out there’s a simple trick to prevent oil from splattering when you’re frying something up. Just sprinkle a bit of salt on the frying pan and you’re good to go!

4. Polish to the Rescue



Do you have nail polishes that have dried up? You don’t need to throw them away immediately. Just put a drop or two of nail polish remover, give it a little shake and you can use them again! And if you accidently got superglue on your skin, you can use nail polish remover to dissolve the glue. It can also be used to remove various stains like shoe streaks on tiles and soap scum.

5. Cold shower vs. Acne


Got acne problems? Taking a cold shower will help since it closes the pores and this prevents dirt from getting in. Aside from that, cold showers are also good for your hair and your blood circulation. It also helps with muscle pain. It’s healthier and more beneficial than taking hot showers. Not only that, it’s also saves energy.

6. LSS No More


Have you ever had a song stuck in your head? Like, you can’t help yourself you just spontaneously sing it? The first few times it happens, it’s still fine but after five or six times it gets annoying, doesn’t it? Well there are few tricks on how to get rid of that earworm problem. One is try chewing a gum and it would get that song out of your head, or you could try listening to the full song.

7. Rub It Off


Do you have problem removing stickers off of something? Try using vinegar. Rub it on the sticker and it will come right off. It will even take away the goo that’s usually left behind if you just peel the sticker off. You can also use nail polish remover, just make sure that it doesn’t contain acetone if you’re going to use it in a painted surface or the paint color might fade.

8. Pop That Lid


Now, about that jar. There are several ways to pry the lid off a hard to open jar. One of them is putting on rubber gloves to increase the grip of your strength. If that doesn’t work try to break the vacuum seal of the jar. You can try dipping it in hot water. The heat will break the vacuum seal and once you hear the pop you can start twisting on that jar lid.

9. Sticky Situation


Who else had been unfortunate enough to get gum on their hair? If this happens to you, just rub on some oil on it. It’ll break down the gum. No need to shear off your crowning glory. Now if the gum stuck on your clothes, just stick in the freezer and the cold will make the gum frigid and easier to remove.

10. Red Days Struggle


This last life hack is for all the girls out there. We all know that every month, you have your period. And aside from the pain and mood swings you also have to deal with, for lack of a better word, back leaks. Pads and tampons can’t prevent back leaks one hundred percent. To help you with removing the stain, you can use hydrogen peroxide. It’s also useful in removing other stains and it can be diluted to be used as a cleanser and a mouthwash.

That’s it for my own compilation of life hacks. I know it’s not enough. It doesn’t even cover half of the complaints and queries I see everywhere on the internet but I do hope that some of these will come in handy one day.

Aug 272014

Thanks to AirAsia for having these awesome Free Seats promotion for Year 2015. Travellers can plan ahead for their next holiday in 2015 without worrying too much on flight budget. You can grab zero fares seats from as low as RM34 all-in-fare for domestic destinations such as KLIA2 to Penang, Johor Bahru, Alor Setar, Kota Bharu, Kuala Terengganu, Langkawi and from RM60 all-in-fare to international destinations include Banda Aceh, Padang, Palembang, Pekanbaru, Singapore, Hat Yai, Krabi, Phuket, Surat Thani.

AirAsia Free Seats Promotion 2015

Booking Period: 25 August 2014 – 31 August 2014

Travel Period: 1 March 2015 – 24 October 2015

Check out AirAsia Free Seats fares details:

  • Fly from RM34 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Penang, Johor Bahru, Alor Setar, Kota Bharu, Kuala Terengganu, Langkawi
  • Fly from RM60 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Kuching, Bintulu, Sibu, Banda Aceh, Padang, Palembang, Pekanbaru, Singapore, Hat Yai, Krabi, Phuket, Surat Thani
  • Fly from RM62 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Medan (Kualanamu)
  • Fly from RM70 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Yogyakarta, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Bangkok (Don Mueang), Ho Chi Minh City
  • Fly from RM75 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Bandung, Jakarta, Surabaya
  • Fly from RM80 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu, Miri, Yangon
  • Fly from RM90 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Labuan, Sandakan, Tawau, Brunei, Solo, Chiang Mai, Da Nang

Grab your free seats now from now till 31 August via online booking at

Feb 242014

AirAsia’s free seats promo is here again and this time for traveling period from 1st October 2014 until 30th April 2015. The lowest all-in fare are as usual, from RM26 to a number of domestic destinations such as Kota Bharu, Alor Setar, Langkawi and Sibu. Don’t miss some incredible deals from AirAsia X as well – only RM169 to Colombo, with its premium seat RM669 only.


Booking Period: 24 February 2014 – 2 March 2014

Travel Period: 1 October 2014 – 30 April 2015

Check out the AirAsia Free Seats 2014-2015 details:

  • Fly from RM26 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Penang, Alor Setar, Johor Bahru, Kota Bharu, Kuching, Langkawi, Sibu, Kuala Terengganu
  • Fly from RM46 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Miri, Bintulu, Tawau, Kota Kinabalu, Labuan
  • Fly from RM49 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
  • Fly from RM52 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Palembang, Pekanbaru, Phnom Penh, Hat Yai, Surat Thani
  • Fly from RM54 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Medan-Kualanamu
  • Fly from RM62 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Yangon, Vientiane
  • Fly from RM67 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Bandung, Jakarta, Surabaya
  • Fly from RM72 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Phuket, Krabi, Padang, Banda Aceh
  • Fly from RM77 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Kalibo
  • Fly from RM82 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Brunei, Yogyakarta
  • Fly from RM90 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong
  • Fly from RM102 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Semarang, Solo, Siem Reap
  • Fly from RM112 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Chiang Mai
  • Fly from RM127 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Lombok, Hanoi
  • Fly from RM132 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Bali
  • Fly from RM147 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Manila, Makassar
  • Fly from RM157 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Kolkata, Tiruchirappalli
  • Fly from RM167 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Macau
  • Fly from RM177 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Chennai, Guilin, Kunming, Nanning
  • Fly from RM182 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Shenzhen, Guangzhou
  • Fly from RM192 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Kochi
  • Fly from RM242 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Bangalore

Book your ticket right away from now till Sunday (2nd March 2014) via online booking at

Nov 252013

What better way to kick-start your day than with AirAsia’s Free Seats promotion? Everywhere is within your reach and with affordable fare prices – from as low as RM26 you can fly from Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Alor Setar and Langkawi. Don’t forget to check out international destinations including Singapore, Yogyakarta, Hat Yai, Phnom Penh, Bali and more starting from all-in fare RM49 onwards.

AirAsia Free Seats Promotion 2014

Booking Period: 25 November 2013 – 1 December 2013

Travel Period: 5 May 2014 – 31 January 2015

Check out the AirAsia Free Seats 2014 details:

  • Fly from RM26 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Bintulu, Kuala Terengganu, Alor Setar, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kota Bahru, Langkawi, Sibu, Kuching, Sandakan, Miri, Kota Kinabalu, Labuan, Tawau
  • Fly from RM49 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
  • Fly from RM52 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Surat Thani, Phnom Penh, Pekanbaru, Palembang, Padang, Medan-Kualanamu, Banda Aceh, Hat Yai
  • Fly from RM62 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Brunei, Bandung, Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Yangon, Bangkok
  • Fly from RM72 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Krabi
  • Fly from RM77 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Manila, Cebu
  • Fly from RM82 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Phuket
  • Fly from RM92 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Ho CHi Minh City, Solo
  • Fly from RM102 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Semarang, Chennai, Kolkata, Tiruchirappalli
  • Fly from RM107 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Bali, Balikpapan
  • Fly from RM112 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Vientiane, Siem Reap
  • Fly from RM117 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Bangalore, Kochi
  • Fly from RM167 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Guilin, Hong Kong, Macau
  • Fly from RM192 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Guangzhou, Shenzhen

Visit today to book your tickets.

Sep 162013

Great news for all travelers! AirAsia just announced that they will be having another round of 1 million Free Seats promotion starting from 16th September 2014 (for BIG Shot Members) and this will last for a week. The public can book their ticket online on 17th September with their choice of destination with all-in fare starting from RM26 onwards. Check the table below and plan your 2014 holiday early for traveling period between 7th January and 5th August 2014.

AirAsia Free Seats Promotion 2014

Booking Period: 16 September 2013 ( AirAsia BIG Shots Members priority redemption)

                             17 September 2013 – 22 September 2013 (opens up to public)

Travel Period: 7 January 2014 – 5 August 2014

Check out the AirAsia Free Seats details:

  • Fly from RM26 all-in-fare: KL to Langkawi, Kuala Terengganu, Alor Setar, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kota Bahru
  • Fly from RM48 all-in-fare: KL to Bintulu, Sibu, Kuching, Sandakan, Miri, Kota Kinabalu
  • Fly from RM49 all-in-fare: KL to Singapore
  • Fly from RM52 all-in-fare: KL to Hat Yai
  • Fly from RM54 all-in-fare: KL to Medan-kualanamu
  • Fly from RM62 all-in-fare: KL to Brunei
  • Fly from RM64 all-in-fare: KL to Bandung, Jakarta, Surabaya
  • Fly from RM74 all-in-fare: KL to Padang, Palembang, Pekanbaru, Krabi, Surat Thani
  • Fly from RM78 all-in-fare: KL to Tawau, Labuan
  • Fly from RM84 all-in-fare: KL to Bangkok-Don Mueang
  • Fly from RM104 all-in-fare: KL to Phuket, Phnom Penh, Banda Aceh
  • Fly from RM114 all-in-fare: KL to Ho Chi Minh City, Siem Reap, Solo
  • Fly from RM122 all-in-fare: KL to Manila
  • Fly from RM134 all-in-fare: KL to Vientiane, Yangon, Semarang
  • Fly from RM149 all-in-fare: KL to Guilin, Hong Kong, Bali, Macau, Hanoi
  • Fly from RM179 all-in-fare: KL to Kunming, Nanning, Kolkata, Tiruchirappalli
  • Fly from RM199 all-in-fare: KL to Lombok
  • Fly from RM214 all-in-fare: KL to Kochi

Hurry up to book the above AirAsia Free Seats from 17 September 2013 onwards via online booking at

Jul 312013

What a wonderful way to start your week by being one of the lucky ones to enjoy AirAsia’s latest 12,000 Free Seats promotion! This time AirAsia is rewarding those who fly within Malaysia, starting from all-in fare RM26 to places like Langkawi, Johor Bahru, Penang and Kota Bharu.

AirAsia Free Seats Promotion 2013

Booking Period: 29 July 2013 – 4 August 2013

Travel Period: 20 August 2013 – 31 October 2013

Check out the AirAsia Free Seats details:

  • Fly from RM26 all-in-fare: Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi, Kuala Terengganu, Alor Setar, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kota Bahru
  • Fly from RM29 all-in-fare: Penang to Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur, Alor Setar to Kuala Lumpur, Kota Bharu to Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Terengganu to Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur

Grab your free seats now via online booking at, don’t miss it!



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