Breeze Through Security with the TSA’s New Scanners

We’re all familiar with the hassle of security screening and immigration checks at the airport. From removing personal items in your pockets to the inconvenience of having to unpack electronic devices in carry-on bags, it’s inevitable that travellers get frustrated with the differences in screening procedures at different airports. Fortunately,…

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Fit for a King: Maharajas Express

The “Land of Kings” is home to some of the worlds most scenic places such as the Taj Mahal, marble monuments and other ancient forts and palaces that redefines the word ‘grand’. But these grand palaces are not the only places that would make you feel regal. Deemed as the…

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Of Mountains and Adventures: The Grampians

The beautiful Grampians National Park is located in the Grampians region of Victoria, Australia. Thanks to the geology of the area, this 168,000-hectare national park features rugged mountain ranges with stunning panoramic vistas. From relaxing strolls to strenuous treks that bring you to magnificent waterfalls, breathtaking lookout points to getting…

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Feast your eyes in the islands of Hawaii

Hawaii is home to one of the world’s most famous beaches, but the Aloha state has more than beaches to offer. The Hawaii Tourism Authority has been encouraging more and more tourists to visit the other islands that make up Hawaii.   The island of Hawaii The island of Hawaii…

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Experiencing Vietnam’s Homestays

Vietnam ‒ a land of astonishing natural beauty and cultural complexities. From its dynamic megacities to hill-tribe villages, Vietnam is without a doubt both exotic and compelling. This fascinating country has drawn travellers from all around the world, be it to gaze over the charming seascape of limestone islands from…

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Take on the World With a Degree in Travel and Tourism

With the advent of technology alongside rapid globalisation, travel has changed tremendously over the years. It has become increasingly important to identify how the travelling culture influences the economy. This is where education comes in ‒ where there is a need for the population to further study how different cultures,…

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Experience the outlying locales of Japan’s Setouchi region and more

When planning for a trip to Japan, often people would flock towards either Tokyo or Kyoto, wanting to experience the crowded streets of Shibuya or shop at the colourful boulevards of Harajuku. Some may enjoy the electrifying cities of Japan, but if you’re looking for a more cultural and scenic…

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Check out the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta!

The annual Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is back! The four-day festival was inaugurated in 1979 and is now currently one of the largest in Europe, attracting over 100,000 people daily. If you’re UK-bound this summer, you can be a part of the festival by heading down to Ashton Court Estate…

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Paradise turned Ghost Town: Nicaragua

Earlier this year, tourists flew all the way to the paradise of Nicaragua to surf down volcanoes, scuba dive and relax by the Caribbean coasts and watch the sun sink in the Pacific Ocean. With plenty of backpackers coming down South of Mexico or North of Costa Rica, it was…

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Tour the Grounds of Buckingham Palace This Summer

If you’re headed for London this summer, be sure to include a tour of Buckingham Palace in your itinerary. Buckingham Palace has been the official London residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837 and its doors are opened to the public every summer since 1993. In 2018, members of the public…

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