Deal alert! Scoot all over, from Singapore!

We’ve got some exclusive airfare discounts for you with Scoot from Singapore, to loads of destinations! Book your Scoot flight through Wego,and receive between 10 and up to 20 percent discount off Scoot economy and some ScootBiz airfares. Book by 31st March for... Read More

Why colour rules in India – Holi Festival

India is an incredibly colourful country, and as we approach India’s annual festival of colour – Holi – we decided to delve further into the significance of colour both in the traditional frenetic launching of coloured ink, powder and paint onto... Read More

Qatar’s revolutionary business class revealed

The much hyped, brand new, one of a kind Qatar Airways Business Class seats have just been revealed. The airline says they are revolutionising business travel with their party of four configurations with two by two facing seats. This is particularly great for flying... Read More

Korean Air unveils its first Dreamliner

This past week saw the announcement that Korean Air welcomed the delivery of its first 787-9 Dreamliner from Boeing. As the first Korean carrier to operate the aircraft, the airline will initially launch with domestic flights between Seoul and JeJu, before launching... Read More

What makes a hotel romantic – property or destination?

Is it the towering, whispering mountains near Shizuoka in Japan, or the exotic history and atmosphere of Udaipur in India that makes you think of romance? Or would you rather the boundless luxury of a five to seven star property in Dubai or Abu Dhabi, in a lavish... Read More

What’s your favourite spot in Hong Kong? #contest

Do you have a favourite spot in Hong Kong? Where are Hong Kong’s best hipster, or family friendly locations? Share a photo on Wego’s Facebook page, tag three of your friends, adding hashtag #DiscoverHongKong and you could win one of ten handmade, special... Read More

Arabian nights – a guide to Dubai’s rooftop venues

It’s winter in Dubai right now, which means cool days and sparkling clear night skies. Sunsets over the Gulf are like nowhere else and welcoming the evening at a rooftop venue and do it with a spectacular view accompanied by dining, dancing or just chilling.... Read More

“Travel inspiration” – we’re missing something

You’ve likely heard the term ‘travel inspiration’ a million times. But what is it really? While sitting in a local Bali cafe recently, I watched as locals descended in droves to the beach, late on a Sunday afternoon. I was chatting to the waitress as... Read More

How to have an incredible New Year’s Eve in Sydney

Everyone should treat themselves to at least one New Year’s Eve in Sydney ”“ no other city in the world does it with quite as much vibrancy and pizazz. Midnight comes earlier to Sydney than almost any other major international city, so cameras from around the world... Read More

The luxe guide to Queensland

Words by Riaan Jacob George The luxury traveller is spoiled for choice on the islands off the coast of Queensland. From exclusive yacht charters to designer suites; private island hotels to panoramic golf courses and bespoke dining experiences, the options are... Read More

Uluru: Art-throb in Australia’s red centre

Words by Sonia Nazareth The majestic appeal of the Red Desert, that has graced the cover of many a travel magazine, has always enticed people to visit the Northern Territory. Recently however, there’s been a new addition to the region.  If you’re looking at more than... Read More

Tasmania – a shore thing

Words by Sonia Nazareth Even if you’ve only been to Tasmania by armchair, you’ll know it as the heart-shaped island, 240- km south of the Australian mainland, with raw, compelling beauty. Easy to see how this image has gone down in the collective imagination as a... Read More

See the most stunning supermoon in 70 years

This is not your average supermoon. Mark your calendars folks, on November 14 our skies will be illuminated by the most impressive supermoon since 1948. That’s nearly 70 years for those reaching for their calculators. According to NASA, the November 14th... Read More

Where to Take the Kids in Brisbane

It takes a lot to impress children as most of us know. And how do you choose a destination that you will enjoy but will also keep those a little shorter than us happy as well? Take them to Brisbane! Australia as a whole offers a wide range of great family experiences,... Read More

Sleeping with the condors in a see-through capsule

No elevators, no concierge, just an hour’s climb up a 300 metre mountain, or by way of a zip-lining trail, in Cuzco, Peru to reach your sleeping capsule in the sky. Hanging from the top of a mountain in Sacred Valley, Skylodge Adventure Suites deliver an... Read More

Sydney : A fact sheet

Words by Kiran Mehta Did you know that Sydney’s Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, almost didn’t happen? Or that the locals refer to the Harbour Bridge as the ‘Coat hanger’, because of its shape? And how many metros offer you the chance... Read More

American Airlines drops the mic

Competition between airlines has been increasingly hot and heavy, and not just in terms of airfares and in-flight service. In-flight safety videos could soon require their own red carpeted Oscars at this rate, as airlines continue to push the boundaries of creativity... Read More

A stunning day in Perth

They say there’s more sunshine in Perth than any other capital city in Australia. The Western Australian capital is also said to be the most isolated city of its size in the western world, which is rather mind blowing. Thousands of kilometres of uninhabited... Read More

Cairns – Australia’s Tropical North

Welcome to Australia’s laid back and beautiful tropical north. Cairns sits up towards the pointy, north end of the east coast and enjoys a tropical climate that’s perfectly suited to a chilled out holiday. It’s also a gateway to the dramatic natural... Read More

Aussie romance – what type of travel couple are you?

From the tips of its rugged mountain ranges to sweeping coastlines, quaint beach towns and funky urban metropolises, Australia screams romance. Along with the diversity of experiences to suit every travel personality, the country could comfortably wear the crown as... Read More

8 of the hottest airports on Instagram

Airports have become a hotspot for travellers on Instagram, and you might say the smarter ones provide every opportunity for the millions of passengers passing through their doors to tag their check ins. It’s gone beyond just sharing your location though, and we... Read More

Why I love Adelaide

Words by Kiran Mehta In 2014, Adelaide featured in Lonely Planet’s list of ‘Top 10 cities in the world’. In 2015, Australian researchers found that Adelaide was ‘the beach-going capital of Australia’. In the same year, she also took fifth... Read More

Driving Australia’s spectacular Great Ocean Road

Words by Rishad Saam Mehta Sassy, energetic, good-looking and game for anything ”“ if Melbourne was in the dating game this is how her profile would read. Besides being pretty and lively, with fantastic entertainment and food to boot, Melbourne has two great reasons... Read More

Beyond Sydney – north, south and west

The Harbour city is one of Australia’s most popular destinations, and with good reason. But wander a short distance from its outskirts and you’ll discover more reasons to extend your trip, and your Australian itinerary. Where the mountains are blue... Read More

Top 10 Places That Come Alive During India’s Monsoon

The pre-monsoon showers have already begun arriving in Bangalore, and the surrounding countryside is taking on a dramatic new look. So which locations shine best during the big wet? Within 400kms of Bangalore, rivers are roaring to life, waterfalls are bursting over... Read More

Top 10 things to do in Canberra

Australia’s capital city of Canberra, created specifically to house the country’s official seat of government, sits in an idyllic countryside surrounded by green meadows and farmland. It has a very unique personality, mixing fine dining, local markets,... Read More

5 reasons to love Kangaroo Island

Words by Rishad Saam Mehta Named after the hoards of Kangaroos found by Mathew Flinders on his journey in 1803, Kangaroo Island is a tranquil and gorgeous island just 13 km off the coast of South Australia. An easy two hour drive from Adelaide to Cape Jervis, a... Read More

Win flights to Fiji! #wegobestview

Taken a photo of an amazing view on your travels? Share your favourite photo of an amazing view on Instagram; landscape, sunset, mountain range or crashing ocean, it’s your choice. Hashtag your pic #wegobestview, and tag our Instagram accounts at @Wego_Travel... Read More