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From Ancient to Contemporary: 5 Top Istanbul Museums

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015 in Budget Travel, World Culture and History, World Travel | 0 comments

With thousands of years of history under its belt, it’s no wonder that Istanbul boasts more than a few fine museums. Though many are relatively modern institutions, some are housed in buildings that are museums in and of themselves, repositories of the city’s rich past and witnesses to some of humanity’s most pivotal moments. Among them you’ll find an array of exhibits, artifacts, and topics spanning some of the world’s greatest empires, from the days of mighty Rome and the decadent Byzantines to the Ottoman Empire and subsequent birth of the modern Republic. Adding these museums to your Istanbul vacation itinerary will give you a better appreciation of the city’s position as a bridge between past and present, East and West.

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City of Dreams Opens in Manila

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Travel Asia, Travel Destinations, Travel Philippines, World Culture and History | 0 comments

Firmly in the shadows of Southeast Asian gaming meccas such as Macao and Kuala Lumpur, Manila is slowly emerging as a reputable gaming site in its own right. Filipinos love their gambling; whether it’s playing street games or visiting casinos, it seems ingrained in Filipino culture, this is probably why many investors are now undertaking huge projects to build new casinos in the center of Manila.

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Celebrations in Store for you this February

Posted by on Aug 18, 2014 in Only The Best, Travel Asia, Travel Canada, Travel China, Travel Destinations, Travel Hong Kong, Travel Malaysia, Travel North America, Travel Styles, Travel Vietnam, World Culture and History, World Travel | 0 comments

Come February and hearts start throbbing all across the world-right? After all, this is the very month when lovers look for easy ways of celebrating the birthday of St. Valentine’s on the 14th. Along with this much celebrated occasion, there are many other festive affairs that make life all the more enjoyable for locals and tourists alike. Here, we rush you through some of the most awaited days that are filled with good cheer and treats, cultural traditions, delectable fares and yes, lots of merrymaking with loved ones in tow!

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India’s Festivals-Much More than Just Colors and Lamps

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 in Only The Best, Travel Asia, Travel Destinations, Travel India, World Culture and History | 0 comments

Festivals of India? The topic brings to mind hundreds of events that go beyond candles and colors -made famous by the Indian festivals of Deepavali and Holi. Here, we help you enjoy the bounties of some of the most popular in the lot.

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4 Best Places to Visit in Russia

Posted by on Jan 18, 2014 in Family Travel, Outdoor Travel, Travel Destinations, Travel Europe, Travel Resources, Travel Styles, Travel Tips, World Culture and History | 0 comments

Russia has to be one of the most alluring places on the planet for most people to want to visit. For starters many of us never imagined we would get an opportunity to see the country during the cold war when it was the bedrock of communism.  The great news is that once you get there you will not be disappointed and are bound to fall in love with sheer scenic beauty and architectural marvels you will behold. But that’s not all because there are plenty of diverse attractions to pique the interest of even the most demanding and hardened well traveled tourist.

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5 Unique Foods to Try in the Philippines

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Extreme Travel, Family Travel, Outdoor Travel, Travel and Health, Travel Asia, Travel Philippines, Travel Resources, Travel Styles, Travel Tips, World Culture and History | 0 comments

The Philippines is a country visited by thousands of tourists from all over the world, the visitor arrival in the country has increased over the years. In the year of 2013 the tourism sector of the Philippines has enjoyed an 11.40% growth. There were around 3,149,985 international visitors who took a chance and visited this country; some of them were able to try some of the best Philippine cuisines.

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