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5 Best Things To Do In Macau

Carrying an international reputation as Asia’s Las Vegas, Macau has far more to it than just being a city of glittering highroller casinos and shopping centers. The Macau Special Administrative Region is under Chinese governance, combining its rich Chinese heritage and traditions with the influence of Portuguese colonials — giving the territory the best of… Keep Reading

The Shard London
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London – the perfect vacation for vegan and vegetarian travelers

Being vegan or even vegetarian can sometimes seem a little tricky, especially when it comes to traveling. Fortunately, living an animal-product-free lifestyle is becoming increasingly popular in 2018. Even influential celebrities like superstar singer Beyoncé have recently joined the movement, while others such as award-winning actor and 30 Seconds to Mars front-man Jared Leto have… Keep Reading

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What Makes A Great Conference Venue? 4 Tips For Businesses

Choosing A Business Conference Location When planning a professional conference, a traditional boardroom just won’t do. If you’re going to impress clients or investors, you’ll need to choose the perfect venue. And it’s all about location, location, location. From the destination to the onsite offerings and budgetary issues, these 4 factors can help you select… Keep Reading

travel flirting
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Eat, drink, love while traveling!

Love is something we all search for. It can come in many different forms, but when looking for a romantic partner, we can start feeling overwhelmed at the prospect of never being able to find the one person that we connect with better than anyone else. For those of us who are known to take… Keep Reading

india travel visa application
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Planning A Solo Travel To India? Here Are Some Locations

India is a beautiful country; it has much to offer regarding beauty. Diversity in culture and language of India stand out on the world map. Exploring India and its cities is the best way to know about the country and its diverse culture. What’s better than doing it all by yourself? ‘Solo traveling’ is the… Keep Reading

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Ladakh: The Land of High Passes

“If there is any heaven on earth, it is Kashmir,” so goes a saying. Ladakh is a region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir that makes this saying entirely true. It has been referred to as Land of High Passes. The barren, yet beautiful region has been of substantial touristic importance and attracted tourists… Keep Reading

Madrid Kybele Statue
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Perfect Weekend in Madrid: What to See in Two Days

Madrid is a glorious city that one would need weeks to explore fully. However, say, you have only one weekend there. How will you spend it to make the most out of your time, see the best sights, and taste the best foods? The answer is ‘by planning very carefully.’ It’s also important to understand… Keep Reading

Taj Mahal India
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Travel Tips for Students Traveling to India

India is known to be one of the finest destinations for high-quality education which attracts a heap of international students to the country. Every year, many students travel to India for educational purposes. India has been home to various renowned theorists, researchers, saints, and scientists from the time immemorial. India has some of the most… Keep Reading

india travel visa application
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How To Get Ready For Multiple Country Business Trips

The honor of being chosen to go on a multi-country business trip to represent your company is fantastic. This does not mean that you are going to be on vacation as there will be meetings, pitches, training, or whatever else the trip entails. Preparing for this trip should be done as far in advance as… Keep Reading

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What You Should Know When Planning An International Trip

Traveling can be one of the most rewarding experiences you may have. Seeing the way that other people live can make you feel grateful for what you have or make you fall in love with a culture that is vastly different than your own. Traveling abroad is much different as some people do not know… Keep Reading

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