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07 October 2016

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Jennifer Aniston Makes A New Friend On Emirates

Hollywood actress, director and producer Jennifer Aniston makes a return to the Emirates A380, and makes a new friend, in a new global digital and TV advertising campaign for the world’s best airline*. 

The ad builds on the success of the first Emirates-Jennifer Aniston ad launched last year, a much talked-about campaign which quickly went viral.

In a similar vein to the first light-hearted TVC, the Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning actress brings her distinctive personality, classic style, and a touch of humour, to showcase the A380. In the ad, Jennifer befriends Cooper, a feisty young boy who she finds playing in her Private Suite in the Emirates First Class cabin, while she was freshening up in the Shower Spa. The two strike up a conversation and build rapport, as they stroll through Emirates’ Business Class cabin and Onboard Lounge. Sitting on the stairs between the lower and upper decks of the aircraft, Cooper tells Jennifer about his aspirations to become a pilot of ‘this plane’, pointing to his model Emirates A380 aircraft. 

In Economy Class, Cooper is finally reunited with his surprised parents where Jennifer chooses to remain and enjoy Emirates’ ice inflight entertainment system with Cooper. The ad ends with Cooper’s mother relaxing in Jennifer’s Private Suite, having exchanged places with the Hollywood star.

Boutros Boutros, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, Marketing & Brand explained: “A year ago, when we launched our first ad featuring Jennifer Aniston, we were overwhelmed by what a social phenomenon it became. The humour resonated with audiences around the world, and the ad was viewed by millions of people, generating thousands of conversations. Fans of both Emirates and Jennifer loved her effortless charm and humour, and enjoyed a story that deviated from traditional airline advertising. 

“We were overrun with requests to see Jennifer again. She has an enduring, universal appeal that is at once sophisticated, but also down to earth – a great match for our brand. This new ad perfectly captures the fun, spontaneity and glamour of flying on Emirates, and we are confident audiences will find it as memorable as the first.”

The TVC was directed by industry veteran and Oscar-nominee Bryan Buckley, who is acclaimed for his numerous Super Bowl ads. The script and creative concept was a collaboration between Buckley and Emirates’ in-house advertising team and produced in conjunction with the WPP Group.
The TVC can be viewed on the Emirates website or on the Emirates YouTube channel, Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram. Fans can join the conversation using the tag #JensBack. 

*2016 Skytrax World Airline Awards

01 October 2016

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Belum Rainforest Resorts At Royal Belum Hotel Review

The Belum Rainforest Resort is one of Malaysia's premier ecotourism holiday destinations. Set in the midst of a tropical paradise, Pulau Banding, the Belum Rainforest Resort, is everything nature-lovers and holiday-goers expect in a getaway destination: complete relaxation and serenity, stunning views and surroundings, adventure, and the chance to get close to nature.
With the Belum-Temengor Rainforest literally at our doorstep, guests at the resort will have a rare opportunity to experience the soothing beauty and mystery of the vast jungle, which has remained untouched for centuries. Nature lovers will revel at the chance to observe the beauty of plants and scenery that can be found only rarely elsewhere. Meanwhile, thrilling outdoor activities await adventure seekers who crave for adrenaline-pumping experiences.

Belum Rainforest Resorts At Royal Belum Hotel Review

11 September 2016

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Best 7 Places to Spend Your Time in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands is truly a unique city; it is one the most vibrant and buzzing city in Europe. Known for its artistic heritage, intricate canal system and other than that it is also home to famous footballing legends with the likes of Joan Cruyff, Dennis Bergkahmp . Amsterdam has an oceanic climate which is strongly influenced by its near North Sea to the west. Due its pleasantly mild temperature tourists prefer to stroll around the city or prefer cycling. Below are the seven best places one must encounter while visiting Amsterdam. 
This museum is the largest Dutch national museum; it was founded in The Hague in 1800 and relocated to Amsterdam in 1808. Furthermore, the museum has a wide collection on display with over seven thousand objects of art and history, from their total collection of 1 million objects from the years 1200–2000, some of these masterpieces are produced by Rembrandt, Frans Hals, and Johannes Vermeer. The building consists of two quadrilaterals with an atrium in each center, along with Rijksmuseum Research Library which is part of the Rijksmuseum, and has the most extensive and the largest public art history research library in The Netherlands.
Anne Frank House
This house is where the famous Jewish diarist Anne Frank lived during the Nazi occupation during the infamous world war 2.Her house which is now a museum is located in central Amsterdam near Westerkerk.This famous house symbolizes the struggle the Jewish faced during the time  of great prejudice and discrimination. Located in the house is the secret room where Anne Frank used to hide, along with an exhibit with her famous diary which was retrieved after her demise.

De Wallen
This is the notorious Redlight District in Amsterdam which is truly a unique experience not found anywhere else. The area consists of many alleys and rented rooms from prostitutes whom offer services while standing before a transparent glass door. The area is also renowned for and has an array of sex toys shops and marijuana and mushroom center for your recreational activities. This area is a testament to the free spirit of the people of Amsterdam where certain drugs and prostitution is declared legal by the state, which as a result contributes to the economy a great deal. 
The world’s only market of its kind it is a place where you can buy and smell the fresh fragrances of the famous Dutch flowers. The flower stalls stand consists of tulips, narcissus and other bulbs and which make you feel in paradise. If you are a tourist from another country you can also buy and export flowers to your home country
 A lot of sightseeing one must sit down and enjoy the serenity and lush green pastures at Vondelpark, which located west from Leidseplain. This park is a perfect place for cycling or sitting around having a picnic with your significant other. The park is also a roofless theater and contains performances of pop, classical and jazz in the evening. Entrances to these performances are practically free and to top it off the park is also reflected in John Green Novel the Fault in Our Stars. 
Church of Westerkerk 
Build in-between 1632 and 1630 by architect Hendrick de Keyser who is laid to rest inside, the church is the largest of its kind in Amsterdam. The church is the most important Protestant church in the city and its dominating tall tower is what attracts many people and tourists. Entrance is free and open to people of all faiths and walks of life. Westerkerk is located at the Prinsengracht canal near ANNE Frank’s home and is often believed that in amidst of war and depression the church bell proved to be soothing for many people living by. 
Stubbe's Haring
Last but not the least a trip is not over until you have indulged on the food that attributes to that place. Stubbe haring is family run business near Centraal Station upon the canal and is renowned for its authentic Dutch cuisine THE HARING FISH.This dish is served with freshly sliced pickle and onion dates back to the Middle Ages around 1380. One can lick his/her fingers after this zesty experience.  

This guest post is written by Frank Lee, he works at Rebates Zone

10 September 2016

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Tourism Malaysia received a PATA Gold Award 2016

Tourism Malaysia received a PATA Gold Award for its Landmarks of Malaysia 2015 posters in the category of Marketing Media Awards – Travel Posters during the presentation ceremony earlier today.

Minister of Tourism and Culture Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri Tan Sri Abdul Aziz received the award, saying, “We are honoured to be recognised by PATA for our international marketing and promotional efforts during the Malaysia Year of Festivals 2015 campaign. The posters were produced with great care to showcase Malaysia’s unique architecture, design heritage and attractions.”

(Picture caption: YB Dato' Sri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz, Minister of Tourism & Culture Malaysia, and Datuk Seri Mirza Mohd Taiyab, Director General of Tourism Malaysia with the PATA Gold Award. Also in the picture are (left) Dr. Mario Hardy, PATA CEO, and (right) Ms. Maria Helena de Senna Farnandes, Director of the Macao Government Tourism Office)

08 September 2016

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Hotel Review New Hankyu Osaka Japan

Nice place to stay at Osaka. Located just near the Hankyu Umeda Station and walking distance to Grand Front Osaka shopping mall. You can try to book this New Hankyu Osaka hotel from only USD190++ per night.

Hotel Review New Hankyu Osaka Japan