Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, Pattaya

Pattaya, Thailand

Once a small fishing village, Pattaya in Thailand become a huge tourist destination after American troops stationed nearby during the Vietnam War spread the word about its large beach and tropical climate. As a result the town is bustling with […]

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Roman Temple in Amman

Amman, Jordan

Amman, the capital of Jordan is one of the safest and easiest cities to visit in the Middle East. The city itself has incredible ancient ruins, great museums, upmarket shopping streets and traditional neighbourhoods. It’s also a great base to […]

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Victoria Memorial - Kolkata, India

Kolkata, India

Known as India’s cultural capital, Kolkata is located in the far east of the country near the border with Bangladesh. Developed as a base of the East India Company, Kolkata is now a thriving city with a distinct identity of […]

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Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur, India

Jaipur is the capital of Rajastan, India. Founded in 1727, it’s nicknamed the Pink City due to the distinctive pink colour used in the buildings in the old town. The city surrounds an impressive royal palace, which is still the […]

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Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar.

Doha, Qatar

Doha, the capital of Qatar, is a waterside city built on reclaimed land in the Persian Gulf. Originally developed as a centre for pearls, the city is currently booming on the back of oil wealth in the region. After Qatar’s […]

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Forbidden City, Beijing.

Beijing, China

No longer “forbidden”, Beijing is a city mixing ancient traditions with the economic boom of modern China. Formally known as Peking, Beijing is home to nearly 22 million people and has been China’s centre of political and Imperial power for […]

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Buddha statues in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and a city known for its sense of fun. The Thai people are famously friendly and with so much of day to day life conducted outdoors a good sense of humour is necessary to […]

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Taj Mahal Palace

Mumbai, India

Known as Bombay until 1995, Mumbai is the biggest city by population in India. The city is incredibly diverse with something to suit every visitor. There’s colonial buildings sitting next to intricate temples, big budget Bollywood film sets, long beaches […]

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Maiden's Tower, Baku.

Baku, Azerbaijan

The capital of Azerbaijan juts out into the Caspian Sea with lovely waterfront views and refreshing breezes. Baku might seem like a offbeat choice but visa reforms means it is now very straightforward and welcoming to travel to. Most younger […]

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Hiroshima, Japan

The casual visitor to Hiroshima, Japan, would never guess the tragic past of this thriving city with great food and fantastic nightlife. For many, Hiroshima is forever associated with the atomic bomb that exploded over the city on August 6th […]

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