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Shanghai - The Best Place to Begin Your China Tour

With a population that exceeds 23 million, Shanghai is the largest city in the People's Republic of China and also in the world. The city is located in the Delta region of Yangtze River in eastern China. The Huangpu River splits Shanghai into two. The western side of the river is known by the name Puxi and is the older part of the city. The eastern side, Pudong, is the newer part of the city.... ❯❯❯

Recommended Safari Resorts of Kenya

Recommended Safari Resorts of Kenya Situated on the East Coast of Africa, Kenya enjoys a growing reputation as somewhat of a tourist hot-spot due to its stunning locale, high-class visitor amenities and warm climate. Its safari services are one of the focal reasons for its increased popularity and the following resorts are some of the most noteworthy and renowned establishments in the country and... ❯❯❯

Things to Do at the Airport When You're Bored

If you're a frequent flyer, you're bound to experience flight delays at some point or another on one of your many journeys. While airports do try very hard to board their flights on time, extenuating circumstances can lead to back to back delays for a traveler who is connecting in more than one city. Sitting at the gate waiting for your plane to arrive is far from exciting. Frequent flyers should... ❯❯❯

A Traveller's Tale Through The Colca Canyon Volcano

Forget the Grand Canyon, the Colca Canyon just outside of Arequipa, Peru is twice as deep as America’s great valley, and what’s more, its 100km long valley is lined with still-active volcanoes. The road from Arequipa ‘The White City’ as it’s known to Peruvians is often described as the gateway to the canyon, but it’s also a beautiful town to visit in its own... ❯❯❯

Make the Most of Your Trip to Disneyland Paris

It's hard to believe that Disneyland Paris is 20 years old this year. When it first opened it's gates you couldn't help but try to compare it to the original, but it very soon became clear that it was a world leading park in its own right. It's huge, so how can you make the most of your time here? There are five different lands, so here is a run-down to help you decide. Main Street, USA ... ❯❯❯

Medical Tourism in Thailand

Thailand’s medical tourism industry in Thailand is on the upswing. People are consistently looking for better deals because of economic pressures at home and finding out about Thailand’s high quality health care and unbelievably low prices. Dental Implants Are Becoming Popular in Thailand As Thailand becomes a hotspot for adventure, vacation, and relaxation for travelers around the... ❯❯❯

The Top London Hotels: Where do the Rich and Famous Stay?

Sometimes it seems like celebrities live on another planet, splashed across every magazine cover on the shelf but never actually seen in real life. Well, they are actually out there in the world just like you are! Just in the much bigger, much more expensive hotel down the road from your cheap and cheerful Travelodge. .. If you’re in London and fancy some celeb-spotting, these are 3 of the... ❯❯❯

London's Best Budget Indian Eats

Indian food always used to be cheap and cheerful in London, thanks to the city’s large subcontinental community. Nowadays though, many Indian restaurants have become gourmet diners and the 'cheap' bit has gone out of the window.  But if you know where to go, you can still eat cheaply Indian-style. However to do so, you might have to forget the typical curry and rice and go for... ❯❯❯

The Dos and Don'ts of Traveling while Dating

The decision to take a trip together is a big step for any couple. However, most people get so caught up in the planning and packing, they don't realize how much traveling will test their bond. Before you run out and book non-refundable tickets to Bora Bora, read these Dos and Don'ts of relationship jet-setting. Don’t Surprise Someone With a Plane TicketYou may think booking a ticket for... ❯❯❯

A Highlight Reel of China

A Highlight Reel of China China is a sprawling and behemoth country. Historians and school kids will tell you that China is the most densely populated country in the world. The statistics become even more daunting when you realize the country is composed of roughly 10 million square miles. In other words, when a novice traveller takes a look at China as a possible holiday destination, they have a... ❯❯❯