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Thailand Diaries: 12 Exciting Things To Do

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23 November 2016

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Thailand Diaries: 12 Exciting Things To Do

Planning to travel on a budget but looking for an exotic once-in-a-lifetime experience? Pack your bags, catch a budget flight and kick-start your journey in the land of beaches, elephants, temples and smiles.

Voted as the most popular tourist destination in Southeast Asia, Thailand is home to breath-taking islands, glorious temples, great cuisine and the best nightlife.

From kayaking in Phuket to exploring the hidden wonders of The White Temple, we’ve listed down the top 12 things to do in Thailand.

7 Coolest Camping Gadgets

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23 November 2016

7 Coolest Camping Travel Gadgets

Winter in Dubai is also known as camping season. As strange as it may sound to the rest of the world, this is the most popular time for us to go camping to Jabal Hafeet, Al Qudra and Musandam.

Make sure you have an incredible camping experience with these top of the line camping gadgets.

These 6 Cities Are Ideal for Solo Travellers

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22 November 2016

These 6 Cities Are Ideal for Solo Travellers

'Travelling alone is lonely and boring', said no one ever.

Truth be told, sometimes the best company you can find is yourself. Travel far and wide and chances are you will meet yourself. If not, you will end up with great memories and amazing friends.

Check out our list of 6 idyllic cities that offer the best escape for solo travellers. Take your pick according to your personality type.

Why You Should Travel To Iceland Next

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22 November 2016

Why You Should Travel To Iceland Next

A place where ice and fire coexist – sounds straight out of Game of Thrones, right?

Located in the North Atlantic Ocean, Iceland is the place where long dark winters are overshadowed by the summer’s midnight sun. This ruggedly beautiful country has served as the stunning backdrop for many medieval TV series and movies.

In case you’re still not impressed, here are some unbelievable things you can only experience in Iceland.

These 6 Amazing Restaurants Will Leave You Open-Eyed

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21 November 2016

These 6 Amazing Restaurants Will Leave You Open-Eyed

While we are still debating whether the new cafe down-the-street is worth a try or not, some amazing people around the world are busy opening up restaurants we've only dreamed of.

Up in the air? Check that. Inside a cave? Done already.

We've compiled a list of the coolest restaurants in the world, for you to add on in your must-try-before-I-die list. Scroll down to see which of these bizarre restaurant fulfils your fantasy.

Meet The First Woman To Travel 196 Countries On Earth

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21 November 2016

Meet the First Woman To Travel 196 Countries On Earth

While you’re still debating whether you should travel this year, a 27-year-old woman is well on her way to be the first female to travel every single country on Earth.

Born and raised in Connecticut, Cassandra De Pecol is on a global mission to be the first, youngest and fastest individual to visit 196 sovereign states of the world as an ambassador of peace.

5 Luxury Hotels That Used to Be Prisons

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21 November 2016

Inside 5 Luxury Hotels That Used to Be Prisons

Prisons make the most binge-worthy TV series. Just ask any Prison Break, Wentworth or OITNB fan and they would give you a big nod of approval. But would they actually want to live in a prison themselves?

Spending a night in a prison sounds gloomy unless of course, it comes with hot food, warm bed and Wi-Fi service.

If the thought of living in a prison-turned-hotel intrigues you, then keep scrolling down to see the top 5 coolest hotels that used to be prisons.

Inside The World's First 100% Solar-Powered Luxury Resort

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20 November 2016

The World's First 100% Solar-Powered Luxury Resort

Luxury doesn’t have to come at the cost of sustainability.

Located in the turquoise lagoons of Kaafu Atoll in Maldives, the Finolhu Villas Resort is proving just that with its 100% solar-powered approach to saving energy and minimising the effect on the environment.

This one-of-a-kind getaway is powered by 67000 square feet of solar panels that produce more than enough energy to provide electricity for 100 guests and 100 staffers. The solar panels are built right into the resort's design. Excess energy is saved for rainy days.