#TravelPH - AirAsia Philippines: travel responsibly while beating the summer heat

The sweltering heat, with an average daily temperature of 35°C and a Heat Index soaring up to 43°C, blankets the Philippines and its neighboring countries—Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Despite the scorching weather, travelers remain undeterred, eagerly diving into the travel vibe.

As of April 8, over 1.5 million AirAsia guests have already secured their seats for both domestic and international summer getaways. The preferred destinations of choice? Beach and island resorts, as well as heritage and cultural spots, where travelers bask in the warmth of the sun.

To ensure that travelers make the most of their trips while beating the heat, AirAsia Philippines shares some essential travel hacks:

Dress Smart: Opt for loose clothing made of lightweight materials. This allows better air circulation around your body, keeping you cool and comfortable.

Timing Matters: Avoid strenuous outdoor activities between 10 AM and 4 PM—the hottest part of the day. If you’re embarking on a walking tour, always carry protective gear like sunblock, a sun visor, and an umbrella.

Night Adventures: Consider traveling during the cooler evening hours. Explore night markets and other attractions when the sun’s intensity has waned.

Stay Hydrated: Drink more water than usual. Embrace sustainable travel by bringing your own refillable water container.

Recognize Heat Exhaustion: Be vigilant for symptoms such as extreme fatigue, dizziness, vomiting, headaches, cold sweats, and a rapid heart rate.

Travel Insurance: Always opt for travel insurance that covers medical expenses. It’s a safety net for unexpected situations.

“Everyone loves to have fun in the sun. Adequate planning will save you a lot of stress. To create lasting memories with loved ones, prioritize safe and responsible travel. Take advantage of the best flight and hotel deals via AirAsia Move. Every penny saved on flights and accommodations allows for more memorable experiences at your destination,” says AirAsia Head of Communications and Public Affairs and First Officer Steve Dailisan.

Remember, responsible travel is a shared commitment. Guests and airline staff alike contribute to cleanliness—both inside and outside airport premises and aircraft. Keeping the aircraft clean not only aligns with affordability and punctuality but also saves valuable time between flights.

Feel free to explore the world, beat the heat, and create unforgettable moments!

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