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The Best Hacks To Save You Money On Air Travel

Tweet Wherever your next trip takes you, be it to a neighbouring city to visit family or halfway across the globe on an international trek, all kinds of tips and tricks exist to get you there with a little less financial agony. Primarily referred to as tr...Read more

Top 5 Things to do in Newcastle

TweetThe beautiful city of Newcastle is just begging to be explored – we have a few suggestions below to get you started. The best part is that they are all not more than 15 minutes away from Tune Hotel Newcastle. Add these activities to your list, ...Read more

Australian Open

TweetConsidered one of the penultimate events of the tennis world, the Australian Open has been held every year in January since its inception in 1905. There are four grand slam tournaments (also called majors) and they are distinguished from the lesser e...Read more

Malaysia’s Best Spots For Thrill Seekers

Tweet It’s no secret to frequent travelers that Malaysia regularly dishes up no end of thrills for its visitors. But those who prefer to explore the bolder side of travel are always looking for that little extra something to get their adrenaline pumping...Read more

5 Places to Visit in and around Canary Wharf

TweetPeople often get the impression that Canary Wharf is just a place for doing business.. On the surface it may seem like it comprises only of office buildings and restaurants, but if you dig a little deeper, you’ll find plenty to do. Tune Hotel Canar...Read more

Top 5 Must-Try Restaurants in Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf, the home to Tune Hotel Canary Wharf, is not only well-established as a business district, but also known to have a plethora of dining options. From sushi to truffles and seafood to steak – Canary Wharf has it all! 1. Roka Canary Wharf ...Read more

10 Things You Should Bring to the Rainforest World Music Festival

TweetA huge contributor to Sarawak tourism, the Rainforest World Music Festival is one of the largest music festivals in Southeast Asia. The 3-day festival is held in July at the Sarawak Cultural Village, and it’s jam packed with culture, workshops, and...Read more

Celebrating the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday in Malaysia

TweetThe Prophet Muhammad is a significant figure in Islam, as he is believed to be the last prophet that Allah sent to mankind. As a nation that is over half Muslim, many Malaysians celebrate and commemorate the birth of the Prophet Muhammad. Locally, th...Read more

5 Ways to Experience Kuching Tourism

TweetWhen you are visiting Sarawak and Borneo, it’s a must to experience Kuching tourism as Kuching is one of Malaysia’s major food and cultural destinations. Branching out from Sarawak tourism, Kuching tourism presents you with thorough and memorable...Read more

A Tourist’s Guide to Christmas in Malaysia

TweetWith its humid climate and high temperatures, Malaysia is not the typical scene for a white Christmas celebration. Malaysia is also a mostly Islamic nation, meaning many tourists are unsure what to expect when visiting during Christmas. The good news...Read more

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