Air Asia Blogger’s Community Party in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
We never expected we’d be back in Kuala Lumpur only a month after our 1st visit! This time, we got invited by Air Asia to represent the Philippines to their annual Air Asia Bloggers Community Party held at the Air Asia Academy in Kuala Lumpur! Gathered there were the most influential bloggers of Southeast Asia for an afternoon of extraordinary experiences, fun and loads of surprises from Air Asia!
for this flight, we had to travel to the Diosdado Macapagal Airport in Clark, Pampanga
excited to fly with Air Asia for the first time
Here are the happenings..
As you know, we love flying and trying out various airlines. Last weekend was actually our first time to fly with Air Asia and honestly, we were impressed with the whole experience! The seats were of great condition, the plane itself looked very sharp and shiny. The staff was very warm and even their audio system was so good that we actually understood the flight instructions perfectly! IMPRESSIVE!
we became instant fans!
selfie shots while aboard the plane hihihii
witnessed one of the most breathtaking cloud formation and sunset
We arrived in Kuala Lumpur late in the evening and checked-in at Tune Hotels within the LCCT.
though it was a budget hotel, it was really nice to see a hair dryer and bidet system there. nice!
the lighting in our room was soo nice we had to do an instant pictorial! lols
When Checking in at Tune Hotels, be sure to have your money changed at the airport for there’s NO money changer at the hotel! Also, be sure to bring toothbrush and toothpaste as it’s not provided. Be sure to also bring a universal adaptor!
Air Asia Blogger’s Community Party
Although we had no idea on what to expect during the event, we were sure that the experience was gonna be worthwhile! The Philippine delegation was warmly welcomed upon arrival at the Air Asia Academy! The venue looked very hip and the atmosphere felt like all knew each other. We had the opportunity to meet fellow bloggers from other countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia! It was the perfect time to network and exchange business cards with them!
When in Manila now boarding…
got our boarding passes with us!
Frank at the registration booth
perfect time to network with Southeast Asian bloggers
After the opening ceremony, we were grouped for the challenges that afternoon. Sir Melo Villareal was assigned to the black team. My partner Frank on the other hand was with the green while I was assigned to the red. Each team did an assortment of challenges ala “Amazing Race” where our physical and wits were tested. During these challenges, we also got the chance to learn and experience airline operations and got the chance to know more about Air Asia.
go go green!
think Mae! think!
I must say I was grouped with people who were far crazier than me!
red team on “behave mode”
Red team at the flight simulation booth