White-sand beaches, multicoloured coral gardens, mind-boggling marine creatures, and hills dashed by humid jungles – what could be a better cure for the hustle and bustle of Bangkok? Thankfully, it’s easy to trade the Thai capital for the sparkling shorelines of Koh Tao these days. This guide highlights just a few of the most popular … Read more
Any visitor to Thailand who craves sandy beaches, virgin rainforests, and craggy mountains has probably taken a look at the stunning southern tip of the country. Surrounded by azure seas and white beaches, it’s something of a paradise. The bustling town of Krabi is a great place to start out, and as the gateway to … Read more
The hop from the mainland city of Surat Thani to the beach-fringed island of Koh Samui is one that thousands of travelers make every year. Most will have their heart set on a well-deserved bout of R&R on one of the most famous paradise isles in Asia, where five-star hotels, deluxe villas, and palm-shaded coves … Read more
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If you’re traveling around Southeast Asia, at some point you’ll likely want to visit the major travel destinations of Bangkok, Thailand, and Siem Reap, Cambodia. Getting between the two, though, can be a bit challenging if you’re new to the region. You have a handful of options and each option offers its own benefits, depending … Read more
Huddled under the snow-mantled Shore Mountains of Canada, where the icy sounds of the Pacific Northwest carve through the landscapes, Vancouver is one of those cities that really takes the breath away. You’ll spot shiny new skyscrapers set to a backdrop of craggy BC summits. You can go whale watching close to buzzy districts of … Read more
Turin is a very elegant city, filled with stately buildings, grand boulevards, and attractive parks that some might say rival Paris. But with Turin, it’s only in more recent years that this city, the capital of the Piedmont region of Italy, has become a tourism hot spot for visitors from around the world. Turin is not just a place where you can wander along its streets and soak in its atmosphere; it’s the home city of the FIAT motor company, and it gave the world the first saleable hard chocolate. Come discover all that this appealing city has to offer, while enjoying the scenic backdrop of the snowy Alps. Our top 10 things to do in Turin will have you packing your bags, ready to go!
Steeped in history and culture, Marrakesh is a truly memorable city and a former Berber imperial capital that has something to see at every turn. Get lost in the maze-like medina, search for the hardest to find items in its souks, stroll through its palaces and gardens, and marvel at the beautiful architecture of its mosques. Take a look at our top 10 things to do in Marrakesh to discover the best places for your visit.
An interesting city with its own character, Osaka has plenty to do once you scratch the surface. Stroll down Hozenji Yokocho alley and take a break at one of the many eateries to be found there, and enjoy the impressive cherry blossom display at the Japan Mint during the spring. At any time of year, Osaka is an open and friendly place with no pretentions; relax and enjoy the shopping, the sights and the great food that’s on offer. Here are our top ten recommendations for things to do in Osaka.
Naples is loud, a little gritty, and overflowing with its own personality. While the traditional tourist sees it as a spot for pizza before heading elsewhere, independent travelers let the city share itself with admirers. Visitors to Naples who bring a keen eye and an open mind will see the city’s true inner beauty and independence. A visit to Naples might not seem complete without calling on most, if not all, of these Top 10 things to do in Naples.
The capital of the island of Sicily, Palermo is the fifth largest city in Italy, and, like many of its Italian counterparts, it is steeped in history, culture, and architecture. At over 2,700 years old Palermo is a city you will want to visit to experience its history, but it is also a great destination for lovers of gastronomy, and it’s graced with an excellent Mediterranean climate. Full of beautiful landmarks, the only problem you will have when visiting Palermo, is having enough time to see everything. To help you along, we have compiled a list of the top 10 things to do in Palermo.