Travel Advice for Millennialsi

Travel advice for millennials, including articles on travel planning, travel preparation, weather tips, journey planning, what to pack, travel news and safe travel.

  • A couple on their first trip to Portugal aim to find smaller cities, mountain villages and activities that don’t mean standing in long lines with other tourists
  • They visit a village where houses are built in massive boulders and an island with dreamy sunset views, swim under a waterfall, and discover some great cheese

Hostels are becoming the latest travel trend, with some offering hotel-style experiences – think private rooms and rooftop pools – at much lower prices than both hotels and Airbnbs.

Two Westlife concerts, revamped neighbourhoods, a food festival – we take a look at some of Macau’s new permanent attractions as well as one-off shows and events coming soon.


Ready to get out of those PJs and book yourself in for a stress-free work trip? Here are the top 10 ‘workcation’ cities in the world for remote employees, according to IWG

Foreigners visiting China are advised to download WeChat and Alipay for payments, Amap for maps, Baidu Translate for communication, Trip for hotel bookings – and don’t forget that VPN.

It pays to plan ahead when picking where to take the family: make sure your kids are going to have fun in a safe and stimulating environment, and you get to relax more too

Rising jet fuel prices because of the Ukraine war, and staff shortages, are factors in the high price of flights, aviation experts say. They explain why airfares are likely to remain high for years to come.

A languid pace of life contrasts with the buzz about the city’s nightlife and F&B, making the pearl of the Deep South one of the hottest destinations in the country right now

Unesco’s World Capital of Architecture for 2023, Copenhagen isn’t as full of tourists as it used to be, so now’s the time to go – then detour to North Jutland and the picturesque Bornholm island too


From Accor, Marriott, Intercontinental and Hilton to Kempinski, Anantara and Pan Pacific, we look at how hotel loyalty programmes work and how to get the best out of them.

The desert kingdom is positioning itself as a hyper-luxury marine destination with these futuristic pod-style overwater villas ... but will eco-tourism really take off in the oil-rich state?

Emily in Paris fans won’t require much convincing to visit the City of Light, but what do you do if you want to avoid the usual tourist spots like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre? Try these instead …

Barcelona is Spain’s pickpocketing capital, Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer statue sees muggings at gunpoint, Hollywood is full of drug addicts – there’s lots the travel industry doesn’t tell us.

The two are among the latest countries – along with Spain, South Korea and Israel – to implement arrival screening and restrictions amid concerns over rising cases.


From Zoku in Amsterdam to Eaton HK to Bali’s Lost-Lindenberg, the rise of digital nomads has spawned a new type of hotel where guests mingle among the comforts of a home away from home.

Many Generation Z consumers prefer to book their flights online on their phones, but ‘drip pricing’ or adding hidden fees during the booking process means they are paying more than they should.

Book a luxury berth and cross Europe by train, go on safari in Mexico or seek adventure in the Arctic Circle – today’s trips look to meet the need for more conscious travel

Your dream of working remotely on a beach in Bali could soon become reality, with Indonesia soon launching digital nomad visas … but what about Thailand and Malaysia?

Hopes were raised once again over Indonesia introducing a digital nomad visa this month, but whether for Bali or elsewhere, a remote work permit has failed to transpire.

National Health Commission urges people to stay put during National Day Holiday and to minimise cross-city travel to prevent risk of the coronavirus spreading.


The fight for hotel sunbeds is tougher than ever as holidaymakers try to maximise post-lockdown lounger use, with German, French, Greek and British tourists among the worst offenders.

China’s remote-working trend is in its early stages, but it’s catching on among these pioneers who dare to ditch the office – and even local governments are looking to cash in on new opportunities.


Indonesia wants to draw longer-staying, higher-spending travellers. Successful remote working visa applicants will not pay taxes if their earnings come from outside the country.