Travel Resources

by Keith Yuen

A lot of friendly readers have been asking me how do I plan my travels, any cheat codes, or easy way out? Of course, everyone has their own secret weapons, I may have some too. Shhssss… haha Well, to be honest, there are no whatsoever secret weapons anymore, all thanks to Dr Internet and Dr Google! haha In today’s world, caring is sharing, hence I have gathered all the travel resources, and tips I have been using on this page to help aid your travel planning. 🙂

In today’s world, caring is sharing, hence I’ve decided to be nice to my kind readers, you are probably here because you want to find out or in the midst of planning out your trip. So, I have gathered all the travel resources, tips, mainly the websites and service providers I have been using all these years, and put them all here on this page to help aid your travel planning. 🙂

World is huge, without boundaries. So plan well, travel safe and enjoy… 🙂

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TripHobo

TripHobo is a travel aggregator that help provides an overview plan for 3 major areas (Flights, Hotels and Tours). It is a good tool for pre-planning stage, to find out estimated time required and budget. This is useful for people who need some guide to plan out their itinerary.

HotelsCombined.com

I have been using HotelsCombined for years. I always find Hotelscombined useful especially with the map view function to show the different hotel prices in the location. I could easily compare prices between various hotel booking providers. Check out and have a look at the rough itinerary of my recent trip to Morocco, Portugal and Spain. (Just rough itinerary)

Booking.com

Booking.com is the place where I’ve been accumulating my points for booking hotels. It’s fast and has my favourite map view function to show the different hotel prices in the location. I could easily compare prices between the hotels in the city I’m researching for. I also love the app, it consolidates all my upcoming bookings in my mobile making it easy breezy to manage. Once you’re the member, you will expose to secret deals and genius members deal. Most of the hotels don’t even require a pre-booking fee which I like about.

Skyscanner

I have been using Skyscanner and find it extremely useful in tracking down the cheapest flight to my destination for me. It’s easy to use and extremely user friendly, it compares the prices between various airlines including most budget airlines as well. It also leverages on good filters and provide great overview of prices in various months.

Viator

Viator is a travel website that sells you tour packages. Sometimes, I used their services especially when I travelled alone in some exotic places which is hard to commute. Viator offers extensive tour packages that sorted according to Countries and Cities, which easily aid you to find your perfect day tours. They have some multiple days tours too, but I find most of the time more expensive than booking at the city itself.

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