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Take on the best of what the city offers in just two days.
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office earlier confirmed that Filipinos—along with nationals of the nine other member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and India—may visit the island nation of Taiwan visa-free until July 31, 2018. Of course, the grant ...
 
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Can’t decide where to go for the holidays? Let this be your guide.
If you haven’t booked that ticket or decided on a place to escape for the holidays yet, here's our list to guide you in choosing where to spend the long Christmas break. We’ve scoured through countless travel guides, our notes from our ...
 
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There's a lot more to Cebu than lechon.
Cebu is a changed city, as its residents will tell you. The so-called “Queen City of the South” retains some of the laid-backness that it has often been characterized with, and yet you’d be lying if you still called it a small ...
 
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You could be made to wear a shame mask for gossiping or playing music badly.
Looking at the picturesque fairy-tale town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, you’d never guess that one of its main attractions was a museum about torture. And while most people have heard of medieval sanctions like being pilloried or hung, drawn, and quartered, ...
 
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Here's a nature- and adventure-packed guide to conquering Queenstown in 48 hours.
Queenstown is best known as the adventure capital of the world, and for good reason. Situated on the pristine shores of Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by soaring mountains like The Remarkables, Cecil Peak, Walter Peak, and Ben Lomond, this resort town offers ...
 
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An itinerary for short but intense bursts of travel to a big and busy city.
Hong Kong. It's busy, fast-paced, and efficient. It's not a place for leisurely vacations or quiet contemplation. It's where you go when you want an itinerary bursting at the seams, nonstop activity, with rest reserved only when you're about to sleep. You've ...
 
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Make a difference in the Philippines... one travel destination at a time.
More than 100 million Filipinos live on the 7,600-plus islands that make up the Philippine archipelago. Despite bolstered tourism efforts, many parts of the Philippines, as well as the respective cultures of their islands, remain unknown to the greater international community.To this ...
 
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Your morning commute doesn't have to look dreary
Beauty and underground stations don't always go hand-in-hand, especially for the millions of daily riders slogging their way to work or school every day across the world. But the underground isn't always drab, dingy and dreary, as evidenced by these seven stunning ...
 
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The Klook app gets you places without the hassle of booking so many things.
In the island paradise of Palawan, there were two places where we were instructed to keep our mouths shut. The monkeys in the tropical jungle wilderness are said to interpret toothy smiles as aggression. So we had to refrain from baring our ...
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