It had been found out that taking vacations can contribute to subjective well-being (SWB) as people had more opportunities to detach from their working environment and to experience new things during vacations (Sonnentag and Fritz 2007). SWB was defined as an individual experience of affective reactions and cognitive judgement. Due to that, SWB was a concept that covered many life domains. Plus, SWB also offered a direct measurement of individuals’ mood, emotion and cognitive judgment (Kahneman and Krueger, 2006). Travel and activities during trip also allowed people to achieve purpose and meaning of life.Sirgy and colleagues were among the first to provide a theoretical framework for travel benefits (Sirgy et al. 2011). Evaluations of various life domains such as personal health, work, leisure, and family was influenced overall life satisfaction. Hence, positive travel experiences can contribute to an individual’s health, family relationships, and overall wellness. In other perspective, experiences while travelling and taking holidays was one of the potentially influential sources for the development of skills as university students themselves had indicated that meaningful and practical lessons come from outside the classroom (Seidman & Brown, 2006). Besides that, capability of traveller to develop a scope of skills reached beyond individual motivation and might be thought to be of wide social utilization. In the event, learning happens on some trips and it might be reasonable for government or societies to subsidise these trips through a scope of financial incentives since more globally aware about its benefit and residents would eventually benefit their home societies. The connection amongst tourism and education was a persisting one (Pearce & Foster, 2007).As most tourism textbooks reported, education had been an important travel motivation in the history of tourism, especially as manifested in the Grand tour of Europe (Hall, 2005). Educational travel promoting learning persist today, not just in western countries but progressively as factors influencing growth of youth markets in Asia (Lew et al., 2003). In this context, life satisfaction was considered to be essential and had being supported by policymakers in many countries, especially the developed and newly developed countries. Academic research about people’s quality of life and life satisfaction had been growing rapidly as people become more and more aware of the importance of well-being and quality of life (Wang, 2017). Next, vacations were extremely important and meaningful to individual who work full time. Unlike the elderly or retired, full-time employees were regularly unable to recover adequately during short escape from work due to long working hours, working overtime and prolonged physiological activation (Fritz & Sonnentag,2005). Therefore, a long getaway may be required for employees to recover from work. Vacations represented as the longest period of temporary absence from work and may constitute to long resting opportunity than a short break for employees (de Bloom et al., 2013).Furthermore, literature review further showed that tourism researchers had a complete list of life satisfaction domains in determining the relationships between benefit of travel and life satisfaction (Chen et al., 2013). For instance, Sirgy et al. (2011) used thirteen life domains which covered a wide scope involving almost all the different types of human life and examined their connections with travel outcomes. The example of the domains was social life, family life, working life, spiritual life, intellectual life and travel life. Indeed, travel satisfaction potentially influenced by environment both directly and indirectly (Cao et al., 2009).