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  • Must see attractions in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong seen from above

    Hong Kong seen from above

    It’s hard to tell which ones are the best sights and attractions that you have to see as a tourist in Hong Kong and it is very difficult to give an accurate ranking. Everyone will have their own preferences in this city.

    The first two of the top 5 however are probably on the must see attractions in Hong Kong list of all visitors. After being here, everyone will be able to set up his own ranking. The short video below might also give some ideas.

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  • Top 5 must see sights in Las Vegas

    Dolphin at Siegfried & Roy's

    Dolphin at Siegfried & Roy’s ©Richard Martin/Flickr

    Las Vegas is not only the largest city in the state of Nevada, but also one of the most famous ones in the world. Even Elvis sang of the city that has more to offer than just the many casinos.

    The hotel complexes of the city built in the desert are absolutely worth seeing. With a ride through the Strip you can glance upon the most famous hotel+casinos like MGM Grand, Luxor or Bellagio. But to help you with your city tour planning, here are the top 5 must see sights in Las Vegas.

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  • The best family activities in Bangkok

    Bangkok

    Bangkok

    The whole country of Thailand is moving into a family friendly direction in the last couple of year and so does the capital, Bangkok. As a large metropolis it does not lack things to see and do, but many of its attractions are especially perfect for those traveling with kids and teenagers.

    From the numerous family activities in Bangkok I have tried to collect the best ones. Didn’t make up your mind about traveling to Thailand yet? Watch the short video about much fun kids and families can have in this exotic country.

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  • Top reasons to visit Great Britain any time

    Eilean Donan Castle in Great Britain

    Eilean Donan Castle ©visitbritain.com

    While watching the below video I was constantly waiting for the phrase ‘Britain is Great’ to be uttered. Because it would be so true! So here are my top reasons to visit Great Britain – any time!

    Apart from the obvious reasons – mystical countryside, beautiful landscapes that give you the goosebumps, ancient history absorbed in everything and so on – how often does Dame Judi Dench and Jamie Oliver invite you anywhere? Watch the video and see if your reasons to visit Britain are the same as mine…

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  • Top 5 things to see in the Maldives (besides the beaches)

    Male, photo by warrenski on Flickr

    The Maldives is practically the definition of a tropical paradise, with impossibly blue water, beaches with fine white sand and palm trees swaying in the breeze. Those who can afford to visit the Maldives usually go for the beaches and the idyllic atmosphere, and there is a lot of variety in sand grain size and palm tree type in the almost 1200 islands that make up the archipelago.

    About 80 of the islands have tourist resorts, but many more of them are inhabited, and they all have some interesting sights and spots to see even beyond the beach. It hasn’t to be that expencive to get there. Most airlines offers cheap flights to the Maldives. Loving the beach is usually a necessary condition of loving the Maldives, but there is so much more to this archipelago. Here are the top 5 things to see in Maldives (besides the beaches).

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  • 5 spectacular attractions in South Korea

    Busan

    Busan

    Although grounded in ancient traditions and Confucianism, South Korea is one of the most modern and liberated countries in Asia, where every day is an adventure for a traveler. Visit a big city in South Korea, and you can barely keep up with the fast rhythm of daily life, but head to the countryside or a small town, and you’ll be lulled into a gentle pace and appreciation for life’s smaller pleasures.

    Cities like Seoul, Busan and Incheon are the kind of places where you can find something interesting to see or do any hour of the day, but South Korea’s sights are not restricted to urban sprawls, and you can find them in the most surprising places. Here are 5 spectacular attractions in South Korea, but you can rest assured that these are only a taster!

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  • Montenegro, a backpacker’s paradise

    Montenegro, photo by BBM Explorer

    Montenegro is another one of those Balkan countries that few people get to hear about nowadays. Maybe it’s not surprising that Montenegro dropped off the tourist map following the Yugoslavian War, but luckily it has started to edge its way back into tourist guides and recommendations.

    Montenegro is the kind of place that binds you with it spell, and compels you to visit it again and again, and it’s not difficult to see where its charm lies. Montenegro has a good chunk of that lovely Adriatic coastline that made Croatia such a hit with tourists, and it also has mountains, old monasteries, deep woods and countless historical attractions. And the best part is that you will not have to squander your life savings to be allowed to see the beauties of this Balkan country: welcome to Montenegro, a backpacker’s paradise.

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  • A traveler’s guide to East Timor

    photo by yeowatzup on Flickr

    East Timor is another one of those Pacific islands that people rarely get to hear about, but for travelers visiting this island nation,  it is hardly a bad thing. East Timor shares an island with Indonesian West Timor, and it also comprises the islands of Atauro, Jaco and Oecusse.

    As a fairly new country, East Timor has had its fair share of unrest and domination by bigger and more powerful nations, but now things have finally calmed down, and a slow trickle of adventurous travelers has started to make its way to this ‘undiscovered’ corner of the planet.

    Don’t expect a well developed tourist infrastructure with tons of resorts and amenities, but if you are in search of pure nature beauty, an interesting culture, and really welcoming people, a traveler’s guide to East Timor might just convince you to visit.

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  • 5 traveler gems in Georgia, Caucasus

    Tbilisi, Georgia

    Tbilisi, Georgia

    Like its fellow Caucasian countries, Georgia is not the best known travel destination in the Easternmost reaches of Europe, and like its neighbors it is also wonderfully undiscovered by tourists.

    Political tensions after the fall of the Soviet Union have kept most travelers away from Georgia for decades, but now there’s nothing to stop curious travelers from exploring every nook and corner of this country rich in history and culture.

    Georgia’s incredible mountain scenery, and its towns and cities dotted with old buildings and narrow stairways will make sure that this small country in the Caucasus will get the attention it deserves in the future. If you’re up for an adventure, visit a few of the 5 traveler gems in Georgia, Caucasus.

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  • 5 Bolivian attractions to see before you die

    Bolivia Sucre

    Bolivia Sucre

    It might sound like a well worn cliche, but Bolivia truly is the land of extremes and contradictions, and this is not just a fanciful metaphor. Bolivia really has some of the highest and lowest points on the planet, the hottest and coldest climates, the driest and swampiest spots and the most abject poverty surrounded by the richest natural beauty.

    Bolivia is also ethnically and culturally diverse, and therefore one of those countries where you can’t just stop at looking at the sights – you actually want to get to know the people, to learn about the history and the culture. But looking at the sights is definitely a huge part of the Bolivian experience, because these tend to be the sort of sights you can’t help but look at. Here are our picks for the 5 Bolivian attractions to see before you die.

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