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Kuala Lumpur had the third-highest visitor arrivals in APAC last year – and the longest average visitor stay in the top 5

There were 62.4 million mainland Chinese travellers in Asia Pacific last year, up from 10.5 million in 2009.
I find the Amex Platinum card's lounge access more useful than the Chase Sapphire Reserve's.

AmEx Platinum vs Chase Sapphire Reserve: Which card offers superior airport lounge access, according to a frequent flyer

Both the Chase Sapphire Reserve and Platinum Card from American Express offer airport lounge access, but the AmEx Platinum's is more useful.
Pictured: Travelpro Platinum Magna 2 Carry-On Expandable Spinner Suitcase, $251.81, available at Amazon

12 packing essentials on every business traveler’s list

Business travelers need to stay organized, connected, comfortable, and well-rested as they shuffle between time zones. Anything that helps achieve this balance makes for a happier, more effective businessperson, so make sure to have these products and services packed in your carry-on on your next trip.
Aquaphor: this frequent flyer's best friend.

After taking dozens of flights over the last year, I’ve learned to always carry Aquaphor or Vaseline to fix my biggest flying discomfort

Planes are notoriously dry places with humidity lower than the Sahara Desert. To mitigate the dry air, I line my nostrils with petroleum jelly.
Forget Global Entry and get Mobile Passport.

I’ve been traveling for business for over a year and didn’t bother getting Global Entry, because there’s a much faster option —...

Instead of Global Entry, I use Mobile Passport, a free app authorized by Customs and Border Protection that lets you complete customs forms on phones.
Everyone knows the remote is often dirty — but it's not the only place germs could be hiding.

I’ve spent nearly 300 nights in hotels and Airbnbs over the past year, and there’s a small detail I check to see how clean a room is

Every time I enter a hotel room, I check the electric kettle or coffee maker — a standard item in nearly every hotel room — to see how clean it is.
Piers Constable (pictured) wakes up at 5 a.m. every day to work out, whether he's traveling or home in New York.

A day in the life of a Deutsche Bank managing director, who wakes up at 5:00 a.m., spends 10 days of the month traveling, and works out twice a day ev...

New York-based managing director at Deutsche Bank Piers Constable spends up to 10 days out of the month traveling for work.
Piers Constable (pictured) wakes up at 5 a.m. every day to work out, whether he's traveling or home in New York.

A Deutsche Bank exec says he travels up to 10 days every month — and he’s been able to keep doing it for over 20 years because of a ‘...

Piers Constable, a Deutsche Bank executive based in NYC, says he wouldn't be able to travel as much as he does without keeping up an exercise regime while he's abroad.
Piers Constable (pictured) has traveled to more than 60 countries for work.

A Deutsche Bank exec who’s traveled to more than 60 countries for business meetings says he always does the same thing when he gets to a new cit...

A Deutsche Bank exec who's traveled to 60 countries for work says the first thing he does every time he gets to a new city is go for a morning run.

I’ve spent 6 months traveling the world on business, and I’ve found the perfect phone hack to save time, money, and aggravation

Business travel means traveling to foreign countries that work far different from the US. Having cheap internet access can make a lot of things, from navigating a new city to sending emails, a lot less stressful. Using foreign SIM cards is the cheapest and most hassle-free solution.