You won’t be seeing any new posts on this blog. Sorry. We are gearing up for the launch of a new and much improved Tripomatic. That’s why we are now putting this blog to sleep. We will from now on only post news about Tripomatic to social networks.
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Trip planning is even easier now with Tripomatic’s new feature, rolled out just a few days ago. Check out the new daily maps!
These maps were the most requested feature for Tripomatic. Now, you can easily see your itinerary for the whole day in a single picture, which makes sightseeing simple and easy to navigate. And if you want to make a detour or visit some more attractions, you now have a handy map in your guide which you can use to navigate around your destination.
We hope the maps make your travels even more pleasant! And remember, if there is any feature you’d like to see on Tripomatic next or if you have ideas for improvement, we’re right here and eagerly listening. Write us at email@example.com or submit a request on the Tripomatic support page.
You’ve planned your dream holiday, chosen the best attractions and things to do and started counting the costs when all of a sudden…your trip doesn’t look like dream but more of a nightmare.
We did a little research comparing the average prices for lodging, food, public transport and admission to the attractions for 42 of the globe’s most visited cities. It results in a neat chart which tells you how many days of stay you could get for 100 euros, US dollars or British pounds.
The infographic brings you savvy tips to save you money and prolong your travels. Make sure to check it out and tell us what you think!
Full-size images in all three currencies are available here.
Amazed by the instant success of the Tripomatic app and surprised by all the things you use the app for, we had to polish it up a bit for even better experience. First of all, we’ve got rid of the most annoying bugs some of our users encountered. The newly released app is able to:
- Show activities in new destinations. Discover Australia, Thailand or India!
- Sync trips correctly between the iPhone app and Tripomatic website
- Show the correct order of all days and activities
The updated app should be available via App Store updates later today. If you haven’t tried the Tripomatic app yet, download it now. It is available on the iTunes App Store.
We’re eager to hear your feedback!
Hong Kong is an urban maze with narrow and hilly alleyways, mile-high skyscrapers and office towers, all exploding from a motley collection of zillions neon signs. Hong Kong is an eclectic, energetic, trendy and stylish metropolis. Even so, there are heaps of places to find peace and zen.
If a single picture could cover Hong Kong, it would be the panorama from the Peak. Looking down from this outstanding vantage point, you’ll see the top-notch harbour and the oh-so-incredible skyline incomparable to any other city. Sorry, Manhattan!
If you’re going to try dim sum only once during your stay in the city, this is the place. Lie Heung Tea House is a legendary dim sum spot with unpretentious, decades-old interior and authentic cuisine.
The legendary Temple Street Night Market looks like every B-movie Chinatown and consists of small vendors selling everything from sex toys to fake watches. This rowdy ghetto attracts also prostitutes, fortune-tellers and junkies.
Cha chan teng offers a typical fusion of Western and Chinese cuisine and is now something of a cult. Try the much beloved Tsui Wah on Hong Kong Island.
Board the Hong Kong’s iconic cross-harbor ferry and enjoy this pleasant little ride. Crossing the Harbor with Star Ferry is simply a must do.