Singapore has announced a gradual return of travel tourism. We'll let you know just who is allowed to visit and what is required both pre-departure and on arrival. Come discover the Garden City at the crossroads of the world!
Shanghai is the biggest city in China and a hub of global finance. Its rapid growth beginning in the 1990s has propelled it into the ranks of great international cities like New York, London, and Tokyo. Located at the mouth of the mighty Yangtze River, Shanghai is renowned for its famous architecture, great food, and numerous cultural attractions. Here’s a look at 10 places you certainly want to visit next time your visit the Paris of the East.
Heading to the Big Apple and wondering how you're going to get around? Check out our handy guide to public transportation options in America's biggest city. Plus learn about the new Moynihan Train Hall.
Whether you fancy sports, culture, culinary treats, history, or outdoor recreation, Atlanta has something great on offer. In this guide we’re taking a look at the place ATLiens call Hotlanta. This is a nonstop tour of the Hollywood of the South.
Christmas is that time of year. In this special holiday guide, we’re taking a look at traditions in the United States. We’ll also toss in a few holiday vacation destination recommendations for good measure. This is our guide to Christmas traditions in the United States.
Sapporo: One of the Most Snowiest Cities
Sapporo in Hokkaido is a northern city known for the snow. The snowflake-shaped city emblem expresses the citizens' love for snowflakes.
All of Japan revels in the Sapporo Snow Festival, held every winter in Odori Park. Snow sculpture contestants use their imaginations to the fullest to bring the winter scenery to life, on display for tourists from all over the world!
Navy Pier Chicago is the life of the party when it comes to the Chicago tourist scene. Navy Pier Chicago is an inspiring family-special place filled with activities for every member of the family. It is not a mere landmark or spot for quickie sightseeing but also creates memories of family time well-spent. The kids benefit from exposure to theatre, arts, and music.
Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) is the city’s primary hub for international and domestic flights. Located approximately 32 km northeast from the city center, international travelers flying to/from Beijing can expect to pass through BCIA. As the new Daxing International Airport fully comes on line, some international flights will shift there.
As Bavaria’s capital, Munich is the largest city in southern Germany and the third largest city in Germany. It has retained the traditional and unsophisticated style of the former Bavarian Kingdom’s capital and is known as "the village of a million people". Whilst indulging yourself in German culture, you will become aware that Munich is also Germany's most popular shopping destination. If there’s any place in Germany where you can shop till you drop, it's here!
When it comes to Australia, some of the first things that come to mind are Koalas, The Great Barrier Reef, and the Sydney Opera House. In fact, Australia has a lot of quality goods for a good price, for example UGG Winter Boots, Oroton leather bags, and Brent Wilson apparel. As Australia's most populated city, Sydney is naturally home to a number of large shopping malls and brand name stores. In addition to touring, you may wish to purchase your favorite items.
Singapore is a city where land is as valuable as gold. It is also renowned for its many traditional outdoor food stalls. Here we list 8 authentic food streets in Singapore. You'll cover all the local specialties if you go to these 8 streets!
Amphoe Pai is located at Changwat Mae Hong Son, about three hours north of Chiang Mai by car. The mountains around this county town make for some exquisite scenery. The architecture is simple and natural, and tourists call the district the “Switzerland of northern Thailand.” You can see everything in Amphoe Pai in 2 days. However, it’s great to spend 4 or 5 days just relaxing in the area.
Spain is rightly renowned as an ideal shopping destination for international tourists because of its high tax rebates, low-priced luxury goods and local designer brands. According to the Globe Shopper Index, a report compiled by The Economist, Barcelona ranks first among Europe's "most cost-effective luxury shopping destinations" thanks to its relatively low retail prices for high-end clothing, jewelry and watches. So now you're armed with the facts, you know where to go for your next spree, right?
The Lyon neighborhood is very distinctive. For example, the Red Cross neighborhood, once a textile workshop, is now a gathering place for young designers; the old town block still retains the pure French hutong style; and the confluence area is full of post-modern architecture and art. Emerging creative park.
Sydney, a city that always comes with all kinds of surprises and its desserts are always refreshing. From delicious doughnuts to a wide range of ice creams; From Lamington cakes to sweet and sour lemon tarts – there are desserts beyond your imagination, and there is nothing that you can’t find here.
Kota Kinabalu is a transfer city to other tourists destinations in Sabah. There are direct flights to the city from most airports in Southeast Asia. In fact, Kota Kinabalu itself is wonderful. Here you can see some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world and some of the most beautiful islands in Malaysia. Even if you only briefly visit the best scenic spots here, you will need to spend at least 5 days.
Paris has a rich literary atmosphere, apart from the old bookstall on the bank of River Seine, coffeehouse culture on the left bank, and Shakespeare and Company Bookstore, you can go to the right bank to experience the street art of Montmartre, and appreciate an old movie in the most artistic district, the "Place Saint-Michel".
Not to be missed: Chunxi Road in Chengdu is a super popular Internet celebrity gathering spot. This gorgeous commercial street has a sense of “everyone bustling about enjoying the great scenery” and is home to Chengdu’s stylish advertisements. The street draws in a huge number of attractive guys and gorgeous women from all over China who come to visit this “Internet celebrity gathering spot.”
Famous for its sunshine, beach and seafood, Pattaya is known as “Oriental Hawaii” and is a world-famous emerging seaside vacation destination. It is also a great place for tourists to shop. The products here are good quality but inexpensive. Prices of major brand-name goods are much lower here than in China. As one of the most popular tourist and shopping destinations, the quality of shopping is on par with the capital Bangkok.
Namba is a high-energy entertainment district frequented by commuters from a bustling cluster of transit stations. A destination that seeks to elaborate the vibrant counterculture, the massive historical context. It helps you encapsulate the “photographed” Japan of your dreams? Book yourself tickets to Namba. This ever-enchanting place to see for yourselves. Set amidst high rise buildings and concrete mammoths, Namba allows its visitors a visual treat and an exciting as well as enticing trip. A groovy and hip cultural district in Osaka, this tourist destination is a must-see. It’s a bustling place where you are bound to find an amalgamated crowd consisting of gaping tourists and locals coming to blow off the steam after a hectic day.
San Francisco is not only a tourist city for nature and culture, but also a good place for shopping. There are all kinds of international brands, fashionable clothes and featured goods. Are you ready for shopping?