Nature’s Wonderland

In the vastness of the Pacific Ocean, there is a paradise unlike any other: the Galapagos archipelago When I first arrived in the Galápagos Islands, my initial thought was, “Have I landed on Mars…?” This reaction may have owed to a very early morning flight and a slow awakening; nonetheless, as I stepped out onto the hot tarmac at Seymour Airport on Baltra Island I

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A Distinctive Experience

…on the SASCO “Amazing Rail Tour” Travelling on a train always gives visitors a distinctive and unique experience. With Amazing Rail Tour, travelers will have a fascinating journey exploring Central Vietnam, where Vietnam’s cultural traditions still endures. Hop-on/hop-off is a flexible way to travel without a fixed schedule, allowing tourists to visit many sites within a day. In Vietnam, this concept is

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Berlin Bound

36 intellectual and culturally focused hours in Germany’s largest city If you know anything about Berlin, it’s that it’s hip. A culture capital. There’s a mess of reasons why this is the case, but ultimately, we think it boils down to its distinct place through history (including being left untouched by Romans due to fear of Germanic “barbarians,” its baroque facelift courtesy of Prussian

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Won n’ Roses

From flowery spring landscapes to spicy food and quietly stunning historic sites, time to put South Korea on your new travel bucket list After finishing my exchange semester in Hong Kong I spent many weeks that summer traveling by train through China. Ascending the hewn granite stairs of Tai Shan Mountain in the pre-dawn morning light, a local bedraggled man approached me with a wad of bills he

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After the Quake

In search of Kathmandu’s beauty two years after the earthquake We arrived late to Kathmandu. We left the airport and negotiated with several cabbies before finding a price we were happy with—it’s actually best to find a cab outside the airport because those waiting inside need to pay a fee to enter, making the fare higher. After several unsuccessful attempts at finding our hotel,

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Home Away From Home

“Home sweet home” – a sentiment that touches the heart   For the elders, “home” is a sense of nostalgia, precious memories that they can’t be forgotten. For the young, “home” is shelter to from the tiredness of the crowded city and leaving the tiredness behind. The “Coming Home” theme this summer at Emeralda Resort Ninh Binh is an ideal getaway for the whole family. The

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Lesser Known Facts about Nagpur

From oranges to aerospace research and wildlife conservation to fire services Nagpur has some startling facts up its sleeve. The best time to visit Nagpur is from October to February during winter as the weather is pleasant. If you’re planning to visit Nagpur, just hop online and find cheap flights from Bangalore to Nagpur. It

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Dusit Princess Moonrise Beach Resort scheduled to open on 22 May 2018

The opening debut of Dusit Princess Moonrise Beach Resort is this May on the country’s largest island, Phu Quoc. Thailand-based global hospitality company Dusit International will make its entry into Vietnam. The Island, also known as Pearl Island, is located in the South of Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand. As an up-and-coming tourist destination, the

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How to Do Las Vegas in Style

There’s doing Las Vegas, and then there’s doing Las Vegas in style. Sure, anyone can rock up to this incredible desert city and have a great time, but if you want a trip to remember, then there are a few key things that should go high on your list of priorities. From the first-rate restaurants

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A Body at Rest

Searching for serenity in the city of Hue Between frazzled expats trying to balance work and the stresses of life in a tropical country and visitors looking to cram an impossibly long list of must-sees into a three-week itinerary, Vietnam is not exactly known as a restful destination. Nowhere is this more evident than in Hue where nearly 4 million tourists last year

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