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Travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, and can involve travel by foot, bicycle, automobile,train, boat, airplane, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements.

When someone travel to the place that they don’t really know much about it, they can go to google and find some blogs and comments of other people to have a little knowledge about it. Our purpose is to show you – the visitors – the objective opinion of many things related to the tourism, such as: activities, attractions, foods and drinks, hotels and resorts…, then you will have some information for your travelling.

Moreover, in this site, we will also supply you various deals of restaurant, hotel, etc. which can help you in choosing when you have an intend of going somewhere for your holidays or relax after some hard-working day. Hope you have useful information when coming to this site!


Whether you’re trying to get away from the heat or soak it all in, China has the perfect summer destination for you. From the al fresco bars of Shanghai all the way to the Mt. Everest base camp in Tibet, here are the best things to see and do in the summer.

Due to the wide range of exciting, cultural and downright breathtaking things to do and see in the country, there is rarely a dull moment in the Netherlands. To prepare you for you’re next trip to the Dutch homeland, we’ve put together the following list covering the ultimate experiences and destinations on offer in the Netherlands.

Kyoto is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kansai, Japan, outside of Osaka. With a centuries-old history as the island nation’s capital, as well as one of the major religious hubs in Japan, Kyoto has a plethora of cultural sights, from ancient palaces to hidden temples. Here we explore the most unmissable things to do and see in the city.

In need of some physical activity then we've listed a guide to the sports and facilities available on Phu Quoc Island.

Jeju Trick Eye Museum opened in January 2013 as the third in the franchise, after Hongdae and Busan. The museum offers exciting and unique paintings created with a special technique to appear 3D. Visitors can create 'new' works of art by placing themselves into the famous paintings for a fun experience and one-of-a-kind souvenir photo.

Seoul is one of the most lively, cultural and magnificent cities in Asia. Check out this list of our amazing avtivities in Seoul that’ll help you get the best out of this city!


From spectacular medieval castles to protected ancient woodlands and the infamous Auschwitz Birkenau camp, Poland’s is home to many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Culture Trip takes a look at the 10 of the best.

Bangkok is the most visited city in the world, thanks to its luxury shopping centres, world-class bars and restaurants and airports that serve as gateways to Southeast Asia and the world. Yet for all its charms and attractions, it isn’t without its places to avoid. here’s a list of places you may want to avoid if you’re heading to Bangkok.

The Netherlands is among the most bike-friendly countries in the world and features thousands scenic cycle paths that are perfect for summer excursions. In fact, almost every settlement in the Netherlands is surrounded by well-kept cross country bike paths, meaning that cyclists are never far away from their next rural adventure.

Take a walk around this historic city and you’ll be blown away at every turn. From the grand, golden-coloured colleges, libraries and inviting cobbled alleyways to the tranquil River Cherwell that flows through the city, Oxford is a place of beauty, just waiting to be explored.

The best beaches in Koh Rong and the neighbouring Koh Rong Sanloem are the archetypes of tropical paradise, boasting white sands, turquoise seas and nodding palm trees.

For a country of its massive size and varied geography, however, it’s surprising how relatively few people outside China appreciate the extent of the country’s other attractions, many of them natural wonders to rival any in the world. This is a list of 40 for you.


Despite what you may have seen in the movies, finding love, or even a date, in Paris isn’t as easy as waiting under the Eiffel Tower for your soulmate to show up. It takes a touch more work than that. To help you in your search, our guide suggests the apps to use, bars to cruise and events to schmooze.

This list of 10 award-winning books by Asian writers in the last 10 years is sure to have something up your alley.

From cult classics like Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting, which submits the viewer to the horrific effects of heroin and drug abuse, to gorgeous animated artworks like Sylvain Chomet’s The Illusionist, we take a look at Edinburgh through the lens.

When you think of Thailand, you don’t immediately think of its inventions; however, there is a fair number of them for which we can thank the Land of Smiles. Curious to learn more? Read on to find out 11 Thai inventions, some of which are more popular than others.

You love to hate it, and you hate to love it, but when you leave it, you’re sure going to miss China. Whether you’re in the big city of Shanghai or roughing it somewhere in Hebei, it’s fun to prematurely reminisce.

Instead of being the person who comes home from Shanghai with three bags full of cheap chopsticks and refrigerator magnets, why not opt to buy something meaningful that reminds you of the time you spent in the city? Whether the gifts are for loved ones back home or a treat for yourself, these 10 handmade souvenirs are sure to impress.