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Check out all the activities that every member of the family will enjoy
Imagine if instead of photos, you have the sound of a crowded plaza, a parade, or a school reunion!
Switzerland has the world's 16th highest rate of gun ownership according to a 2017 report by the Small Arms Survey
(UPDATED) The video, which has since been taken down, said the terraces were 'first built around 2,000 years ago by the Chinese'
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'Taking these photos, it was like we were living in the past, present, and hopefully, future of Batanes,' writes Irene Maligat
Here are some first-time travel tips for couples, from couples
Looking for a getaway with your better half or with your friends? Here are some ideas that won’t break the bank
There’s definitely something for every member of the family to enjoy
Looking for a place (or 6) to visit in 2019?
UK nationals are advised to 'monitor media reports closely, remain vigilant, and avoid large public gatherings'
Take a breather and enjoy the beauty of Japan’s countryside
Meet Hello Kitty and friends in Sanrio’s indoor theme park in west Tokyo
Can we travel much further into the future? Absolutely. The really interesting question is whether we can travel back into the past.
Bookmark and refresh this page for a list of areas where sea travel has been suspended for Thursday, December 27, due to Tropical Depression Usman
In a survey conducted by Klook, wandering millennials talk about their travel habits and preferences
It takes me less than two hours to find my wallet, thanks to the honesty and efficiency of the Japanese
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Find the best spots to make those great – and IG-worthy – memories
Fancy a private tour of Japan or a Ferrari drive around Australia?
Plus, how you can get the planner and travel organizer!
Here's a sneak peek into this year's collectibles!
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Thinking about flying out for the holidays?
The surf paradise emerges on top in the publication's 2018 Readers' Choice Awards, followed by Boracay and Palawan
Child safety watchdog ECPAT Philippines urges Malay officials to ensure that 'child protection mechanisms are in place and functioning' when Boracay reopens to tourists on October 26
You don't have to break the bank for that well-deserved getaway!
See the chapel where Colin married Araminta, walk on the same steps as Eleanor Young, eat at the same restaurant as Rachel and Peik Lin, and more – all without having to be crazy, rich, or even Asian.
Here are your rights as a passenger when your flight gets delayed or canceled
If there's any country that can be enjoyed in a matter of hours, it's Singapore
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Thanks to a new study, we are a step closer to long-duration human spaceflight
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Enam telaga yang dihubungkan dengan air terjun berantai
Today, NASA is so dependent on the private sector that the US space agency has signed contracts with SpaceX and Boeing to send astronauts to space beginning next year, as soon as their capsules are ready
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The US Supreme Court ruling validates the 3rd and most recent version of the ban, which applies to travelers from 5 mainly Muslim nations – Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen – and from North Korea, about 150 million people in total
'Please click refresh as online appointments become available from time to time,' says the Department of Foreign Affairs