Seoul’s Gwanghwamun Square Scheduled for Expansion

Image by travel oriented   If you have been to Seoul, chances are, you would remember visiting the Gwanghwamun Square.   Expansive and impressive, the nationally symbolic plaza holds significant historical and cultural representation.   But how the public space will look in a couple of years is bound to…

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Explore Titanic – the Site of our Favourite Romance of all Time

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Bali Imposes Tourist Tax

Foreign tourists travelling to Bali will soon have to pay a US$10 tourist tax.   The proposed move by the provincial government is part of efforts to develop the Indonesian island. Revenue from the tourist tax would be used to finance programmes aimed at conserving the environment and Balinese culture.…

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9 Awesome AirBnb’s That Are Guaranteed To Wow You!

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5 Places You Simply Cannot Miss While in Bohol

Situated in the Visayas region, Philippines, Bohol boasts majestic sights, picturesque beaches and diverse wildlife. Here are 5 places you have to visit in Bohol.     1. The Chocolate Hills         The Chocolate Hills are probably the most popular destination in all of Bohol. Close to…

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HEADS UP, ANIMAL LOVERS, THESE ISLANDS WERE MADE FOR YOU!

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More Destinations Added to the Eurail Global Pass

For those planning an adventure across Europe by rail, you will certainly want to consider using the Eurail Global Pass by Rail Europe. Great Britain, Lithuania, and Macedonia have been added to the list of countries that pass holders can enjoy unlimited train travel. The pass is now eligible for…

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Japan’s Cherry Blossoms Expected to Bloom Early this Year

Travellers keen on chasing Japan’s famed cherry blossoms take note: the first cherry blossom forecast for 2019 is out. And according to the projection released by the Japan Meteorological Corporation (JMC), this year’s cherry blossom season would be arriving earlier than before once again. The JMC on 10 Jan, released…

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