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Top 10 Weird New Year Traditions Around the World

Top 10 Weird New Year Traditions Around the World

Some sweep their houses to remove bad energy, some like to jump from chairs, and others dare to swim in nippy waters. Call it quirky, curious, unusual, or downright bizarre traditions, New Year’s Day celebrations in some countries make you want to scratch your head. Kiribati and Samoa are the first places to welcome the(…)

Published On: Monday, December 26th, 2016
Top 8 Things You Don’t Know About the Underwater City in China

Top 8 Things You Don’t Know About the Underwater City in China

History can’t be forsaken for too long. It is discovered again and discussed again, even after a long spell of forgetfulness. The most recent example is the underwater city of Shi Cheng in China. An entire township, which had “disappeared into the depths of the sea” in a single day, is now very much back(…)

Published On: Thursday, November 26th, 2015
What’s So Interesting about These National Parks in the US ?

What’s So Interesting about These National Parks in the US ?

Sitting around a campfire, admiring the beauty of rolling hills, and anticipating a brush with adventure fill you with excitement. US, the third biggest country in the world, has stupefied travelers with its bottomless canyons, mighty peaks, endangered species, and unfathomable caves. A visit to some of the most popular national parks in the country(…)

Published On: Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
Top 8 Things You May Not Know About 5,000-year-old Underground City in Turkey

Top 8 Things You May Not Know About 5,000-year-old Underground City in Turkey

In an unassuming corner of Turkey lies some of the renowned underground cities of the past. Cappadocia, a World Heritage Site in central Turkey, has been a popular hideout for those looking to escape religious persecutions and invasions. A hot air balloon ride over the rocky landscape is as fascinating as exploring the intricately carved(…)

Published On: Monday, October 5th, 2015
What’s So Interesting about the First Glass-bottomed Bridge in China?

What’s So Interesting about the First Glass-bottomed Bridge in China?

China and its fascination for glass structures go back a long way. When a horseshoe-shaped glass walkway in Chongqing was dubbed as the longest cantilever bridge in the world this summer, the world expected more surprises. It came in the most thrilling way possible. The newly built glass-bottomed suspension bridge at Shiniuzhai Geological Park is(…)

Published On: Wednesday, September 30th, 2015
7 Popular Places to Visit During a Caribbean Holiday

7 Popular Places to Visit During a Caribbean Holiday

Caribbean stirs your imagination. The land of dark-roast espresso, rum, and reggae has certain cockiness about it. A montage of memories is created for those spending sunny days exploring the black sand beaches, glowing bays, volcanic mountains, and historic forts. The excitement of discovering hidden waterfalls, the hysteria over music, and the sense of triumph(…)

Published On: Monday, September 21st, 2015
Top 8 Reasons Why South Africa is Worth a Visit

Top 8 Reasons Why South Africa is Worth a Visit

South Africa is full of possibilities. Lose yourself in the deep forests, crevices of culture, and get the drift of history to fall in love with the country. Listen to the call of the wild, dive deep into the clear blue ocean, climb the Table Mountain, and take a high-spirited walk along the wine routes.(…)

Published On: Sunday, September 20th, 2015