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How to Have Your Own Crazy Rich Experiences in Singapore

Spoiler alert: During the summers most anticipated rom-com—Crazy Rich Asians, in theaters now—youre going to fall for the backdrop as much as the characters.  But heres the even bigger surprise: The over-the-top version of Singapore youll love watching on screen turns out to be hugely accessible in real life—and not just because this fall will see two new nonstop flights from New York and Los Angeles, for a grand total of five from the U.S.  Once you arrive, the fun you remember from the film wi...


As Seen on TV

Have you seen Travelzoo on TV lately  Every week our travel deal experts research thousands of offers and select only the best ones to recommend on our frequent TV appearances. These deals are tested for availability and accuracy by the Travelzoo Test Booking Center™ August 12 Hey LA, need a little travel inspiration Were back on the KTLA 5 Morning News with these awesome destinations: $99 – Michael Minas Bourbon Steak: Top-Rated Dinner for 2 To celebrate National Filet Mignon, Travelzoo senio...


Travelzoo Sends 3 People Overseas for the First Time

We all know someone who wants to see the world but has things standing in the way, like fear of the unknown, lack of money or free time. In hopes of inspiring others to book their first trip, Travelzoo is thrilled to announce our new series, the See the World Project, celebrating the myriad ways international travel impacts a person’s life. We’re featuring stories of three people getting their passports for the first time and traveling to top destinations around the globe -- from the gardens of ...


Secrets of St. Pete/Clearwater: What Only the Locals Will Tell You

So you probably know about St. Pete/Clearwater’s beaches (thanks, No.1 rating on TripAdvisor!). But what about the craft beer trail or—even less expected—the Dali Museum Once you pull your head out of the sand (an admittedly Herculean task on such amazing shores), you’ll find all kind of secrets and surprises in in this Florida Gulf Coast enclave 90 miles west of Orlando. For the best of the bunch, we’ve crowdsourced tips from notable insiders—and here’s our resulting treasure map. Best Place to...


48 Hours in Laughlin, Nevada

When Las Vegas casino owner Don Laughlin bought this former miner’s outpost in the mid-1960s, it was a one-motel town. Well, technically not even a town. But the U.S. Postal Service insisted that the new owner name his purchase—six acres of Colorado River-adjacent land at the southern tip of Nevada—and Laughlin was born. Though the names Don originally floated—“Riverside” and “Casino”—were reportedly dismissed by the postal inspector, their messaging was hardly lost to the ages: Laughlin has sin...


8 Restaurants Worth Going the Extra Mile (or 1000) for

Among those who consider each summers World’s 50 Best Restaurants list a new vacation road map, some might head to Bangkok for the express purpose of eating at Gaggan, others might plan a weekend in Mexico City around a reservation at Pujol—and still others might decide dinner at Attica is reason enough to visit Melbourne. Dedicated foodies, no question. But in the hierarchy of restaurant pilgrims, mere beginners. Next-level gastronauts are going to ever greater extremes—and with crazy-remote ea...


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How to Have Your Own Crazy Rich Experiences in Singapore

Spoiler alert: During the summers most anticipated rom-com—Crazy Rich Asians, in theaters now—youre going to fall for the backdrop as much as the characters.  But heres the even bigger surprise: The over-the-top version of Singapore youll love watching on screen turns out to be hugely accessible in real life—and not just because this fall will see two new nonstop flights from New York and Los Angeles, for a grand total of five from the U.S.  Once you arrive, the fun you remember from the film wi...


As Seen on TV

Have you seen Travelzoo on TV lately  Every week our travel deal experts research thousands of offers and select only the best ones to recommend on our frequent TV appearances. These deals are tested for availability and accuracy by the Travelzoo Test Booking Center™ August 12 Hey LA, need a little travel inspiration Were back on the KTLA 5 Morning News with these awesome destinations: $99 – Michael Minas Bourbon Steak: Top-Rated Dinner for 2 To celebrate National Filet Mignon, Travelzoo senio...


Travelzoo Sends 3 People Overseas for the First Time

We all know someone who wants to see the world but has things standing in the way, like fear of the unknown, lack of money or free time. In hopes of inspiring others to book their first trip, Travelzoo is thrilled to announce our new series, the See the World Project, celebrating the myriad ways international travel impacts a person’s life. We’re featuring stories of three people getting their passports for the first time and traveling to top destinations around the globe -- from the gardens of ...


Secrets of St. Pete/Clearwater: What Only the Locals Will Tell You

So you probably know about St. Pete/Clearwater’s beaches (thanks, No.1 rating on TripAdvisor!). But what about the craft beer trail or—even less expected—the Dali Museum Once you pull your head out of the sand (an admittedly Herculean task on such amazing shores), you’ll find all kind of secrets and surprises in in this Florida Gulf Coast enclave 90 miles west of Orlando. For the best of the bunch, we’ve crowdsourced tips from notable insiders—and here’s our resulting treasure map. Best Place to...


48 Hours in Laughlin, Nevada

When Las Vegas casino owner Don Laughlin bought this former miner’s outpost in the mid-1960s, it was a one-motel town. Well, technically not even a town. But the U.S. Postal Service insisted that the new owner name his purchase—six acres of Colorado River-adjacent land at the southern tip of Nevada—and Laughlin was born. Though the names Don originally floated—“Riverside” and “Casino”—were reportedly dismissed by the postal inspector, their messaging was hardly lost to the ages: Laughlin has sin...


8 Restaurants Worth Going the Extra Mile (or 1000) for

Among those who consider each summers World’s 50 Best Restaurants list a new vacation road map, some might head to Bangkok for the express purpose of eating at Gaggan, others might plan a weekend in Mexico City around a reservation at Pujol—and still others might decide dinner at Attica is reason enough to visit Melbourne. Dedicated foodies, no question. But in the hierarchy of restaurant pilgrims, mere beginners. Next-level gastronauts are going to ever greater extremes—and with crazy-remote ea...


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