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You can’t leave home without it not even during travel either for work or play. The “it” in question are smart devices.
South-East Asian countries continue to lure Chinese tourists, but fewer are answering their call.
The ancient Potala Palace has sustained its divine significance in modern times.
If you’re heading somewhere spooky for Halloween, here’s where some of the more affordable hotels are at.
Resort chain is offering circus arts lessons with Cirque du Soleil.
St Kitts’ multi-level Brimstone Hill Fortress is the second-biggest fortification in the Caribbean.
The Roosevelt Hotel launches room deal for all the Roosevelts in the world and shows it sometimes pays to have the right name.
If you want to splurge on hotel stays than head to the Big Apple and Little York for they have the most expensive properties in North America.
The Land of the Rising Sun joins many other countries in allowing electronic devices to be switched on during take of and landing.
It is now easier to visit Myanmar, thanks to the introduction of the e-visa.
Excitement mounts as remarkable statues are found at an ancient Greek tomb that may be linked to Alexander The Great.
Darwin has many interesting aspects you can discover but don’t miss out on the many parks that the Northern Territory wants to share with the world.
Burying yourself in desert sand has the same effect as a sauna session, helping purge the body of poisonous toxins, say desert tribes.
‘MH370 in southern Indian Ocean’
‘The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made’ with Elijah Wood and Peter Jackson
Greek tomb linked to Alexander The Great yielding its treasures
Hiking haven: The Ricketts Glen State Park in northeastern Pennsylvania
DBKL hosts Deepavali celebration for foreigners at KL City Gallery
Ferry jumper in stable state
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