The Most Expensive Hotel Stay [Top Cities] Infographics

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The Most Luxurious Cities for a Hotel Stay When you look for a destination or plan to explore the world, one of the factors for consideration is the hotel prices. Here, we reveal the most expensive cities for hotel stopovers according to TripAdvisor’s Hotel Price Comparison. For more about Travel, visit Intelligent Travel.

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Is frequent business travel making you fat and unwell? Here’s Why

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We all “feel” different when we travel frequently for business, but did you know that frequent business travel, shift work and fly-in-fly-out [FIIFO] travel can start to make you “fat” in as little as 3 weeks? If you travel regularly for business, or manage frequent business travellers, then you need to read this article. By…

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Taxi Cost [Top International Cities] Infographic

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Taxi Cost [Top International Cities] Infographic By: Tony Ridley Travelling overseas is an adventure in itself. So many uncertainties to consider, changes to anticipate and estimations to be made. One of them is the cab fare. We compiled our reliable resources to show you the Cheapest and Most Expensive Taxi Rides from Top Cities outside…

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Swimming is a Killer on Holidays

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Dear 16 – 25 year old males on holiday,  Please could you stop jumping off balconies into swimming pools.  The end. Yours faithfully, The hotel owner, the ambulance men, the coroner and your forever-suffering parents. My fellow chaps, holidays do funny things to our brains, but if the pool at your hotel doesn’t have a…

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Taxi Cost [Top US Cities] Infographic

Taxi Cost [Top US Cities] Infographic If you’re travelling, you always need to consider your transportation and how much it will cost you, especially using a Taxi Cab. Check the infographic below for the Taxi Cost within the Top Cities in the US.   For more travel tips, visit us at Intelligent Travel.

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Travelling With Babies: What You Need to Know

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Travelling With Babies: What You Need to Know by Intelligent Travel Most parents who would travel for the first time with their babies are usually apprehensive, as it can be overwhelming and can cause a lot of uncertainties due to several factors. The most common worry of parents when travelling by air is if their…

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25 Expert Business Travel Tips From The Professionals

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End of year holidays and last minute business travel before 2015 is upon us. Here as some tips from the pros, who are constantly travelling for business, on how to make your next trip [business or leisure] more efficient, less stressful and as enjoyable as possible. 25 Travel Tips from the Busiest Business Travelers from…

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Budget Travel Advice

Budget Travel Advice

You are planning for a vacation but budget has made you to doubt your plans. All you require is little information on how to save money. You won’t have to sacrifice on your vacation but this little information will help you work way to save money while enjoying your vacation to the fullest. Therefore, here…

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The business travel compliance failure- Travel safety and duty of care

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Many businesses, managers and travellers believe they have an effective travel compliance system in place, when in fact what they have is just a travel conformity program. This may sound like exactly the same thing, but the variance is significant and the consequences could be dire for businesses and travellers. Travel Conformity Conformity is uniform…

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Do you have better advice but are less prepared? Travel Risk Management

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Do we have greater access to more information and available content than ever before, but are now less prepared as a result? Or have we modified our plans, in light of new, more accurate information? With the latest information on just about anything available at our fingertips, thanks to internet, it is easy to access…

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World’s Most Traffic Jammed Cities

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Travel Expense Management: Your Travel Safety Compliance or Negligence Report?

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Has business travel expense management become the new proof of travel safety and duty of care, or negligence? What your business spends and where, along with travel expenses claimed by your travellers contributes to your proof of compliance/guilt. Travel Safety Proof Travel is not the only business activity that consumes or creates expenditure across numerous verticals…

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Travel Insurance Top 10 Tips for These Holidays

Top 10 Ways to Save on Travel Insurance This Holiday Season over Christmas and New Year

With just over 6 weeks to go, Christmas tends to be the busiest travel time of the year, and also the most expensive! For the thousands of Australians who will be travelling overseas and domestically to visit friends and family this holiday season – the good news according to travel insurance experts comparetravelinsurance.com.au is that…

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Ebola Travel Advice You Can Use [Video]

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Ebola Travel Advice You Can Use By Intelligent Travel If you travel, live overseas or manage either of these types of employees, then you need to watch this video. In this short educational video on Ebola, we give you professional travel health and safety advice you can use or share with your business. Topics covered…

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Ebola Tracking Map- Cases, Deaths, Outbreaks, News and Travel Restrictions

Live tracking and monitoring of Ebola Virus outbreaks, Cases, Deaths, Travel Restrictions, News and Updates by Intelligent Travel. This includes Ebola related entry restrictions. This information should be used as part of your travel health, safety, security and risk management process.

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Business Travel Safety: How Uber Fails the Basic Workplace Safety Tests

It is not uncommon for business travellers to also use popular retail travel apps or online services but their use can expose the business traveller and their company to significant risk if not consistent with legal workplace safety governance and that of risk management procedures. The result can be injury or death for the traveller…

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Here is the Global Ebola Travel Advisory from 15 Oct 14

Ebola Global Travel Advisory 15 Oct 14

Here are the global Ebola travel advisories, updates, restrictions and changes affecting business and leisure travellers. It provides updates on recent cases, outbreaks, government travel restrictions/controls and the various warning or alert levels for significantly affected countries. The information has been taken from our ongoing Ebola travel intelligence system and is part of our travel…

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How much war is still taking place in 2014?

We live in the most peaceful time in human history. Wait what, seriously? This has to be wrong, there are more wars then ever! Well, no, and they kill less and less people while human population is at an all time high, and the numbers show it! We explain how we can come to this…

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Things tourists pay too much for [Infographic]

  Travelling can be a wonderful escapade to new countries, cultures and experiences; however one thing always seems to stand in the way of starting our next adventure. The cost of traveling can be expensive and while we wish we could travel, bills and other expenses tend to take priority. So how can we travel while…

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Ebola Travel Advice: What you need to know from the WHO

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Travel to and from Ebola-affected countries is low risk. Here is what you need to know, from the WHO.     Ebola Response Roadmap: WHO Ebola virus disease: Fact Sheet Key facts Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans. The virus is transmitted to…

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10 Ways To Travel For Less [infographic]

As travellers, we always want not to spend too much during our travel. Minding your expenses during your travel is an essential cause it’s inevitable to buy stuffs such as souvenirs, cultural cuisines and etc. We would like to share this inforgraphic for you to have an insight to travel for less.

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Travel Warning: Australia’s National Terror Alert Now HIGH

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Australia recently upgraded it’s national public terror alert to HIGH. A capital city has activated one of it’s highest security levels, welding shut all public rubbish bins. Airports, shopping complexes and sporting events are also increasing physical security measures. What does this mean for business and leisure travellers to Australia and the Australian population? Is it safe…

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How To Smoast Like A Pro [Infographic]

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We all like to connect with others by sharing stories during our travel. Pictures of famous buildings, beautifully prepared meals, bar scenes are nice and everything. “Smoast” means “to boast on social media”, about your adventures with these classic optical illusions. We would love to share the infographic below on “How To Smoast Like A…

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Crisis leadership advice for HR Professionals

Crisis Management and Leadership Advice

Practical advice for HR professionals and managers on how to prepare and manage a crisis which affects their people or business. Taken from our crisis leadership and management development education program. Read More: Human Capital Magazine [Singapore]

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Travel insurance covers these medical conditions

“We had to make a claim for a huge medical bill from when we were travelling in the US, but our claim was rejected because my husband had an operation 2 years earlier.”  John from Wollongong* Time and time again we receive feedback from customers who’ve had rejected claims with something to do with a…

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Business travel insurance tips

Should you evaluate the requirements for travel health, safety, security and risk management for your travelling employees and those assigned abroad? Absolutely. Should you start at travel insurance to support, manage or solve your requirements? No, definitely not. Too many organisations begin their travel risk management process with a solution or the end of the…

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30% of travellers don’t have travel insurance: Australia

A recent survey of over 1,000 travellers in Australia found that over 30% don’t think it is necessary to buy travel insurance for every trip they take. 23% only buy travel insurance “sometimes”. 8% “rarely” buy travel insurance. Most of the non-buyers would buy if they considered the destination particularly risky in some way. 4%…

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Travel health and safety via duty of care providers

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There is no doubt that all the travel vendors and corporate buyers are talking about “duty of care”, but unlike the pharmaceutical industry where all benefit statements must be based on evidence and regulatory verification, there are many ‘solutions’ that are the equivalent to pharmaceutical exaggerations and falsehoods, ranging from vitamins to herbs to magic…

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69% of businesses have overseas travellers but only 57% provide emergency assistance: USA

The recent survey conducted by JLA Strategic Research, on behalf of Chubb Insurance of over 300 senior executives provides some very valuable insights into travel and risk management practices of the US and Canadian business sector. Key findings from the survey include: 19% consider supply chain failure as top overseas business threat 15% consider data…

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Should I get safety advice from a travel agent?

You don’t get accounting advice from your mechanic, nor should you be getting “travel safety” advice from your average travel agent. A recent survey suggested that consumers where receiving ‘travel safety” advice from travel agents, and applauded the practice. Did anyone at the business, along with the travel agent stop to think of the liability of…

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The Pros of a Tech-free Vacation [Infographic]

In our tech-obsessed era of constant connectivity we rarely take a vacation from work. So when we do, what’s the best way to relax and recharge? Check the inforgraphic below for some tips for a tech-free vacation.      

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Advice on the Ebola virus for travellers

The Ebola virus: Threat and the impact on travel-Advice

Ebola virus is the latest in a string of viral concerns that has threatened travellers, along with raising both awareness and concern for epidemic and pandemic outbreaks. We have put together some of the facts, relevant medical advice and specific actions for travellers and managers who may be exposed to this most recent travel threat.…

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The World of Medical Tourism [Infographic]

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Medical tourism or health tourism is the travel of people to another country for the purpose of obtaining medical treatment in that country. Traditionally, people would travel from less developed countries to major medical centers in highly developed countries for medical treatment that was unavailable in their own communities, The recent trend is for people…

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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Impact on Travel and Management

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Automation and Technology Failures The travel, aviation, transport, monitoring and service industries have all been evolving at a rapid rate in recent years but much of it has been around automation, increased use of technology and removing human costs, decision making or appearances of greater visual stimulus. When a ‘fault’ appears, there is often no…

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Grand Theft Australia 2013 SnapShot [Infographic]

Grand Theft Australia 2013 SnapShot

Motor vehicle theft is the criminal act of stealing or attempting to steal a car. While theft has more than halved over the last five years, a vehicle is still stolen every 10 minutes in Australia. With around 60,000 thefts per year we have a long way to go before we can reach our target…

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15 Ways to Beat Jet Lag [Infographic]

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15 Ways to Beat Jet Lag When you travel East or West, a change of timezone and the affect it has on your body can be significant. This isn’t just due to the long flight and waiting you experienced at the airport, it is most likely due to jet lag. While it is common, few…

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50 Amazing Facts About Nepal [Infographic]

50 Amazing Facts About Nepal   Nepal , officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal,is a landlocked sovereign nation located in South Asia. With an area of 147,181 square kilometres (56,827 sq mi) and a population of approximately 27 million (and nearly 2 million absentee workers living abroad). Nepal is the world’s 93rd largest country…

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Travel Insurance Tips for The Holidays

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  Be Protected When Escaping the Winter Blues So it’s winter… again and you need warming! You’ve booked your holiday escape to a tropical destination; but have you bought travel insurance? If you are one of the millions of Australians turning to price-comparison sites to find insurance, trying to decide on which policy to buy…

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Thailand’s Coup is Killing Tourists Who Changed Their Travel Plans

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  Thailand’s Coup is Killing Tourists Who Changed Their Travel Plans The recent coup in Thailand, subsequent military curfews, government travel advisories and media coverage has prompted many business and leisure travellers to cancel or change their planned travel to Thailand. Unnecessarily so for many. However, the sudden, impulsive or unplanned change of travel for…

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Thailand’s Coup is Killing Tourists Who Changed Their Travel Plans

  Thailand’s Coup is Killing Tourists Who Changed Their Travel Plans The recent coup in Thailand, subsequent military curfews, government travel advisories and media coverage has prompted many business and leisure travellers to cancel or change their planned travel to Thailand. Unnecessarily so for many. However, the sudden, impulsive or unplanned change of travel for…

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