Tag:Travel

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    Weimar’s Rich Cultural Legacy

    For art and literature lovers, a trip to Weimar is a pilgrimage to the heart of German culture. Enduring ‘geniuses’ such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich Schiller, Richard Wagner, Wassily Kandinsky, and Friedrich Nietzsche have made this Eastern German city their home.

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    The Kratons Of Cirebon

    On the glistening northern coast of West Java lies a port town with a rich past – Cirebon. Formerly referred to as Cheribon in English, the town was founded in 1478 and is the seat of a former sultanate – one of the earliest Islamic states established in Java.

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    Tokyo Eateries That You Must Try (Part 2 of 2)

    Japanese cuisine doesn’t have to be expensive. We’ve scoured food lovers’ blogs to find the best eats in Tokyo’s capital. From a US$6 bowl of noodles to fresh sashimi-topped donburi for US$20, enjoy the best of Tokyo cuisine without breaking the bank.

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    Tokyo Eateries That You Must Try (Part 1 of 2)

    Japanese cuisine doesn’t have to be expensive. We’ve scoured food lovers’ blogs to find the best eats in Japan’s capital. From a US$6 bowl of noodles to fresh sashimi-topped donburi for US$20, enjoy the best of Tokyo cuisine without breaking the bank.

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    Fabulous Festivals To Catch In Thailand (Part 2 of 2)

    Get your party hat ready – we've rounded some of wacky (and slightly bizarre) festivals in Thailand that attract travelers from all around the world. The rule of thumb? The wackier the affair, the better!

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    Fabulous Festivals To Catch In Thailand (Part 1 of 2)

    Get your party hat ready – we've rounded some of wacky (and slightly bizarre) festivals in Thailand that attract travelers from all around the world. The rule of thumb? The wackier the affair, the better. Here are nine of the best Thai festivals to see and be seen at.

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    Seeing Red: Running Of The Bulls In Spain

    The bull – you wouldn’t like it when it’s angry. Despite the title of this article, did you know that a bull is incapable of distinguishing red from green? It charges when it sees the bullfighter waving the cape, regardless of colour.

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    A Taste Of Indonesia

    Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and home to over 240 million people. Traveling through Indonesia is a culinary journey unlike any other. Its cuisine has been similarly shaped with influences from China, Europe and India.

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    How To Travel To Germany On The Cheap

    Many people believe that Germany is too expensive to visit, but that is not necessarily true. Here are some tips to experience Germany on the cheap.

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