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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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  • The amazing attractions of Tahiti

    photo by Steve Punter

    The overseas territories of France are island wonderlands that seem feel like Polynesia but still bear some eerie resemblance to France. But none of the islands of French Polynesia are quite so wrapped up in legend and glamor like Tahiti, the largest island in the Windward group.

    Although nowadays Tahiti is known as a destination for the rich and famous, there is more the island than luxury hotels and endless supplies of pina colada.

    Despite its modern sides, Tahiti’s culture is something to behold, and it’s no wonder that it inspired painters like Paul Gauguin to create some of their most famous works. So if you happen to take the trip of a lifetime to the island, don’t forget to check out some of the amazing attractions of Tahiti.

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  • The best markets and bazaars in the world

    Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, photo by mwanasimba on Flickr

    If you really want to discover the heart of a city, don’t look for it in the nicely polished and renovated historical centers, sleek business and shopping districts, or even small cozy neighborhoods. More often than not, it’s enough to visit the biggest market of a particular destination to see all the things that define it.

    For a traveler, markets might be a good source of souvenirs or cheap food, but they can also be attractions by themselves, showcasing the diversity and mundane bustle of a city. You don’t even need to shop to enjoy a trip to some of the best markets and bazaars in the world, even if the temptation will be hard to resist for many.

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  • 5 reasons to travel to Guyana

    Kaieteur Falls, photo by Stefan Krasowski on Flickr

    Guyana, ‘the land of many waters’, is one of the smallest countries in South America, and not a travel destination that one typically hears much about. But mystery is one of the main charms of Guyana, especially since the world has been ‘shrinking’ more and more in the past few years, and there are precious few travel destinations that can still claim to be pretty much unexplored.

    This is not to say that there is no tourism in Guyana, but simply that tourism in the country is left to the adventurous and the extremely curious. If you’re into eco-tourism, rough travel in the wild, and interesting cultural experiences, then you won’t need more than 5 reasons to travel to Guyana to hop on a place.

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  • The best markets in Shanghai

    Imagine the population of a moderate-sized country crammed into one gigantic city filled with more wonders than you can imagine, and you get none other than Shanghai, the most developed and exciting city in China, and possibly all of Asia. As one of the most visited cities in Asia, there’s naturally a lot to see and do in Shanghai.

    Museums, monuments and shopping centers are only a tiny portion of all there is to see, and while there are many attractions that any visitor to this city should at least take a look at, one thing that you really shouldn’t miss are the colorful, enticing and exotic markets, so here’s a list of the best markets in Shanghai.

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