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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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18 May Best Cities for Solo Travel

According to Thomas Jefferson, “One travels more usefully when being alone, because he reflects more”. In this day and age, more people are going solo when it comes to overseas voyages, and here is a compilation of the best places to visit if you also want to experience solo travel.

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14 May Guide to Boracay, Philippines

Over the past few years, Boracay, a little island off shore of Philippines has ridden a global wave of media attention to become one of the world’s top island destinations. You may have been to beaches around Asia, but assuredly, Boracay is among the prettiest.

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Lake Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand

14 May Lesser-Known Australian Locations

Without a doubt, Australia is an incredible place. Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and the Great Barrier Reef are the top places to visit for most tourists. But there are other lesser-known holiday destinations in Australia that are equally, if not more, charming.

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13 May Underrated European Destinations

Everyone knows about the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the gorgeous beaches in the south of France, the fantastic shopping paradises in Milan. However, there are plenty of other places in Europe that tourists often overlook. Here is a list of precious gems that you may avoid over-prices meals and long lines of people.

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11 May Guide to the Scottish Highlands

When it comes to the Scottish Highlands, you will be reminded of kilts, tartans, bagpipes and single malt whiskeys. The history of Scotland is extensive and especially so for the Highlands. Being vastly different geographically from the rest of Scotland, it boasts beautiful picturesque landscapes.

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