Ideas For Tet Travel Closer To Home

Tet is a blursed time to travel. While it’s a great time for a quiet staycation, hanging out with friends and enjoying the blissfully empty streets, staying home feels like a bit of a waste of precious time off. Unfortunately, the alternative is dealing with crowds and jacked up prices if traveling anywhere in Vietnam,

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Time for Taiwan

The A Mei Tea House in Jiufen—a three-storey restaurant done with an exterior of darkened wood fringed with red, bulbous lanterns on the building’s façade—is a sight to behold in its own regard. The pleasure is increased for fans of the Japanese animated filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki who will immediately identify the building’s uncanny similarity with

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5 Splendid Day Trips to Take around Da Nang

Many tourists arrive in Da Nang and confine themselves to the beaches. If you are looking to make the most out of your central Vietnam experience, however, we strongly encourage you to go further. There are plenty of attractions just an hour or a couple of hours away from the famous My Khe Beach, and

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This is Taiwan

The A Mei Tea House in Jiufen—a three-story restaurant done with an exterior of darkened wood fringed with red, bulbous lanterns on the building’s fascia—is a sight to behold in its own regard. The pleasure is increased for fans of the Japanese animated filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki who will immediately identify the building’s uncanny similarity with

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The Ultimate Guide To Go Beach Hopping In Boracay

Boracay is one of the most holidaying destinations in the Philippines. The place is dreamy and you would love to see yourself amongst the white sand beaches. As dreamy as the place is, no wonder Boracay is gaining a lot of popularity nowadays. In this article, let us explore all about Boracay and try to

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A Day Trip to Nara

Shrines, temples, parks, deer and delicate ceramics in an ancient Japanese town Chrysanthemums’ scent – In the old town of Nara, Many ancient Buddhas. -Matsuo Basho (1644-1694) If I imagine cherry blossoms’ scent instead of chrysanthemums’ scent (we visited Nara in early spring after all), this poem by 17th century haiku master paints the picture

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Ode to Oslo

48 hours as a tourist in my own city Let me start by saying this is not your typical “48 Hours in Oslo” article because, well, I live in Oslo… and I was born here. While I have lived abroad for a majority of the 22 years in between, Oslo is the only place I

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Chasing Waterfalls

A day out at Niagara Falls, Canada What is it about waterfalls that intrigues us so? Is it the constancy that provides an antidote to the usual chaos around us? Or the awesome power of falling water that reminds us of how little we truly are? Or could it be the ultimate human desire to

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5 Luxury Tropical destinations to spend your next vacation.

A luxury vacation in the Caribbean may include private infinity pools facing the sea, private butlers, Michelin-starred restaurants and many other luxury-class amenities, but one of the best features is the seclusion. Real luxury means miles of pristine beach with very few people, sunset dinner for two, alone on the beach and many other activities

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4 of Ho Chi Minh City’s Best Bites and Where to Find Them

It’s hard to go hungry in Ho Chi Minh City. You can find food on practically every street corner and narrow alleyway, from makeshift eateries around a single street stall to old shophouses that have been making the same dishes for generations. You even have the option of dining in high-end restaurants that reimagine classic

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