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Travel Made Easy - Enrich lifestyle through travel at a budget - cover

Travel Made Easy - Enrich lifestyle through travel at a budget

Hillary Scholl

Publisher: Estalontech

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Summary

With the continuous growth of  consumer spending in leisure and rapid number of internet penetration, traveling has become a trending lifestyle for all travellers of all ages.

 
Airlines, accommodations, and service  providers have evolve significantly to cater this social-savvy generation of travellers with wide range of low cost/affordable options.

 
Now, exotic and lavish destinations such as Europe , China , USA , South Asia  are within their reach with  option to book with low cost  carrier  flights or  booking   under  tour  packages

 
Today, with the millennial  increasing  ability to work flexibly , travellers are much more likely to throw some leisure time into their business trip which  brought on further changes  as  new enhancement in technology has also enabled these adventurers to easily plan their travel and share their travel experiences online, another behaviour that put brands and e-commerce players on a greater pace of travel market competition.

 
Always  looking  for  better pricing  against value, travellers are exchanging traditional hotel stays for more affordable options.

 
Acceptance to an Airbnb’s accommodation   offer is often more affordable and also creates a more authentic experience.

 
 Before you can understand how the travel industry is changing, you have to look at the people who are changing it and what they value.

 
Millennials are traveling for business more than formers generations and ensuring the travel industry caters to their needs.

 
This book  will be dedicated to these globetrotters, curious explorers, leisure-seekers  .It  will take us to an adventure on how traveling enrich their cultural sense, hoping that it would inspire and excite  all Wannabe to start their own journey.

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