Sick of filling-out Hotel Registration form?

by William Ng

You may have flown around the world and last thing you would like to do is to fill up the registration form that the receptionist is asking you to fill in whenever you check into the hotel.

There are a few ways to escape from filling-up the registration form ahead of your stay.

1) Be part of a hotel loyalty program

If you are part of the hotel’s loyalty program, chances are you would have already registered your details with the brand be it at the desk when they entice you to sign up their loyalty program or you would have registered online. This is one of the step you can escaped from the hassle.

2) Business / Personal name card

If the hotel brand is somewhat new to you or not one of those you would stay regularly, chances are you’re not in their database yet (or that’s not available to you while making your booking). I would give the hotel my business card to skip this hassle if you’re tired and worn out after a long flight. Not only it saves you time, the hotel at least can read everything that has been typewritten out on the card rather than a scribbling hand-writing which might cause them to miss out on certain characters on your details.


AirAsia X jumps on bandwagon to fly Malaysians abroad home for Elections

Written by William Ng

AirAsia X, the international arm of AirAsia has jumped on the bandwagon to shuttle Malaysians abroad back en-masse in what is seen to encourage Malaysians to vote in the upcoming 13th Malaysia General Elections.

The Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia X, Mr. Azran Osman-Rani in a comment to “JomBalikUndi” (literally translated as “Let’s Go Home and Vote”) Facebook page stated that “AirAsia X will make available some seats on our flights at low-fares (even if last minute booking) for registered Malaysian voters in our destinations to fly back to KL to vote.”

Malaysia is currently gearing towards its 13th General Elections where it has been said by international media that it will be a nail-biting battle between Prime Minister Najib Razak’s ruling coalition government, Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat being led by Mr. Anwar Ibrahim, the Opposition Leader who was once the former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia under Mr. Mahathir Mohamad’s administration.