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20 Photos To Inspire You To Visit Lisbon

If I haven’t already made it known, I’d say it again, Lisbon is an absolute must when visiting Europe. It has the romantic appeal of Paris, historic charm of Rome and lively aura of Barcelona. The stunning contrast of old and new is something so well unified in Lisbon’s culture,…
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Lisbon Guide in 10 Steps

Lisbon is one of Europe’s oldest cities, pre-dating Paris, London, and Rome. Yet it is one that’s often overlooked by travelers due to its geographical location. We also almost skipped the city since it’s not in my need-to-visit-soon list. But thankfully decided to just tick it off the map as…
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Hotel Highlight: Calling AthensWas Home

B y the time we arrived at the doors of AthensWas Hotel, we were quite exhausted. After two long haul flights (Singapore to Doha, then Doha to Athens) and traveling from halfway across the world, the only thing keeping us from collapsing is the sheer excitement of being in Greece…
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20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Iceland

When traveling to Europe, you think of popular cities like Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona or Rome, you don’t usually hear about off-the-beaten places like Iceland. Truth to tell, I didn’t even know where it is located on the map then. Unsure of what to expect, I did a quick google image…
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Annecy, you’re a charmer!

About two hours South of France is a quaint little town called Annecy – an alpine city that seem to perfectly came out of the pages of a fairy tale book. It’s vibrant, clean, unique and irrefutably scenic everywhere. Usually dubbed as the Venice of the Alps, its winding canals…
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20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Bagan

With over 2,200 temples, pagodas, monasteries and monuments – Bagan is overflowing with historic and cultural wealth. Majority of these structures were built in 11th and 13th century but were shattered by frequent earthquakes, weather changes and of course, old age. In fact, another earthquake just recently hit the ancient…
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When in Amsterdam

“Some tourists think Amsterdam is a city of sin, but in truth it is a city of freedom. And in freedom, most people find sin.” Cliché as it sounds, John Green’s quote perfectly describes Amsterdam. It is notoriously known for being the ‘sin city’ of Europe. I was actually hesitant…
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10 Dutch Food to Try in Amsterdam

I don’t consider myself a foodie. I’m not picky but I’m also not experimental. I tend to stick to the kind of taste I already know. Kinda weird because I’m Asian, and Asia has the most amazing, mind-boggling dishes that explode wonders in your mouth. With that kind of relationship…
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