Air Asia ASEAN Pass: What is it, How to do, and My Setting to Maximize my ASEAN Trip in the Span of Two Weeks
So, there’s this ASEAN Pass Promotion going on in Air Asia website. What is it? It’s a Pass, both 10 credits and 20 credits ones, available to be changed into flight based on their credits value, in between ASEAN countries.
There are a few terms to note, such as no repeat flight, only valid for 30 days, and only bare necessities it can get the pass for 160 USD (10 credits) or 290 USD (20 credits), of which, if you convert it into 10 one-credit flights, each. But! There’s a lot of terms (normal for this kind of thing) that you must follow. Oh, and it wasn’t there when I bought it, but there’s a 10% discount of inbound flight (for visiting your starting ASEAN city from your country)
I plan to visit my friends around ASEAN, so I think, why not?
Update: As of 2019 Air Asia ASEAN Pass has been discontinued
14-Day Celebration of South Korea
Ok, because yesterday I said “Oh, today you have to have a hug, today is Hug Day” jokingly to my friend and being responded with puzzled expression, I have just realized that it’s not a world-wide celebrated event, ahaha. I feel inspired somehow to make a post about this.
These random, couple-y celebrations are something I noticed back when I was in SK. Basically, before that, I only knew Valentine’s Day, which is famous already, and White Day, because it’s celebrated a lot in Japan and appears every so often in manga. They’re basically a series of days, the 14th of every months, each month having different events. Two of those days are Valentine’s day and White Day. What’s the point of these days you ask, alienating singles from all couples being lovey dovey, of course (kidding) Anyway, let’s go to the days.
Ky’s Exchange: City Hall
Although I hear “City Hall… City Hall… The exit door is on your left.” like fifty times already, I never go to City Hall. Yesterday, my friends and I went there to see the shopping district there.