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08 Jul A Quirky Guide to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is incredibly interesting. Beyond all the weed that is legal, Amsterdam is also known for its UNESCO-stamped canals, red light district, great museums and interesting neighbourhoods.   Picture Credit =Getting around= It is extremely easy to navigate around Amsterdam. Amsterdam has an efficient public transport system. There are...

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10 Jun Guide to Medan, Indonesia

Being the fourth largest city in Indonesia, Medan has a population size of 2 million people, the largest city outside of Java. There are several ethnic groups in this city, namely the Chinese, Javanese, Toba-Batak, Southern Indians, Northern Indians and so on. What is more...

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04 Jun Guide to Surabaya

The second largest city in Indonesia with over 6 million people, Surabaya is located in East Java, north of Mount Bromo and the West of Bali. The story goes that Surabaya’s name derives from the Javanese words Suro, meaning shark, and Boyo, meaning crocodile. Most...

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26 May 1 Day in Tokyo

Tokyo, the city that never sleeps. For first-timers, the hustle and bustle of Tokyo can be crazy and intimidating. Here is our short guide to help you navigate a day in the hectic city.

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04 Jan 5 Best hotels We’ve visited in 2015

To round up this lovely year, we have come up with the 5 best hotels in the world we have visited this year. The world's best and most luxurious hotels and resorts on the planet need not be the same, cookie cutter high-rise buildings with fancy...

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