Thursday, August 22, 2013
Business and leisure vacationers who remain on a constant quest for tickets for travelling between Malaysia and Australia will be delighted to know that AirAsia X, the long-haul budget airline of Malaysia is all set to introduce direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Adelaide from October 30 2013. After the launch of these services, there will be cheap alternatives for those seeking tickets to travel on the sector.
The budget carrier is going to operate four times in a week from its hub in Kuala Lumpur to Adelaide International Airport deploying Airbus A330-300 aircraft with seating capacity of 377 passengers. These flights will contribute to inexpensive tickets, wide connectivity and in-flight experiences to fliers looking forward to fly from Kuala Lumpur to Adelaide, Australia.
Moreover, these flights will provide broad access to natives of Adelaide. They will be able to reserve tickets for AirAsia X flights and draw advantages from its wide-ranging network to over 80 destinations across 20 countries like Kuala Lumpur, Osaka, Singapore or Bali.
Adelaide is the fifth Australian destination after the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. These services are the only direct low-cost flights connecting Malaysia and Adelaide. It is also offering promotional fares for online tickets booking.
The announcement for these flights was made in Adelaide by airline’s Chief Executive Officer Azran Osman-Rani at a meeting attended by South Australia’s Premier and Tourism Minister.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Perth, one of the most remote cities of Australia, lies on the country’s western coast and is arguably among the most scenic places on the planet. But it is not just the scenery that has led travellers from all over the world to buy tickets aboard international flights to visit this metropolis. Culture vultures visiting Perth can choose from the numerous heritage trails near the city for a memorable holiday experience. Following are the favourite treks among visitors arriving in this part of Australia.
On the Banks of the Swan River
The Swan River is often considered to be the life blood for this part of Australia so it is only natural that a prominent trail near the metropolis travels along it. Over a 15 kilometre distance which may be covered by car, on bicycle or on foot, travellers can experience the true beauty of this picturesque nation. Though scenic flights, hot air balloon rides and cruises are in vogue, this trail continues to be a top pick as it connects key landmarks like Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary, Halliday House, Pensioner Guard Cottage and much more. These attractions are open round the year though entry tickets may be required in some cases.
Guilford is a historic town established back in the 19th century and it has been preserved almost unchanged to reflect the origins of Australia. Located only a short distance from Perth, it is easy to reach for anyone reaching the city by purchasing tickets onboard long-haul flights. The town is chock-a-block with numerous old buildings including the old courthouse which currently operates as the Tourist Centre. Those seeking to purchase memorabilia of their trip to the land down under would definitely enjoy browsing through the many antiques as well as arts and crafts stores that abound here. This trek through living history is definitely incomplete without a trip to a local tearoom. At the tearoom one can enjoy the hot beverage the same way that the English gentry did hundreds of years ago.