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  • The world’s weirdest shopping malls

    Bullring, photo by Ell Brown on Flickr

    If your tastes in architecture run towards the more classical styles, you can’t help but feel baffled by the turn that modern architecture is taking, and how everything built recently looks more and more like props from a sci-fi movie.

    But love it or hate it, today’s new buildings look really intriguing, and it’s ot that crazy to travel somewhere just to see the newest and weirdest masterpiece of an eccentric architect. Shopping malls have been around for a while, but they are no strangers to bizarre styles.

    Some malls might seem completely generic, just a place for shops to take up space, but others look completely out of this world. Here are some of the world’s weirdest shopping malls, for the viewing pleasure of travelers who like to see out strange things.

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  • 5 reasons to visit Andorra

    photo by Karoly Lorentey

    Andorra is a tiny country with only one town (Andorra la Vella, the capital), with more shops per capita than most other countries in Europe and huge and often overpriced ski resorts. So unless you have too much money to spend, why would you want to travel to Andorra?

    At the first glance, this microstate might seem like a monument of consumerism, but behind the glitzy shop windows and traffic jams you will find a travel-worthy, hospitable and fascinating place whose size in in inverse proportion with its attractions. Here are 5 reasons to visit Andorra, for those who are skeptical about the charms of this underrated country.

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  • The glitziest shopping avenues in the world

    Fifth Avenue, photo by Doug Kerr

    As much as you hate it, you can’t avoid shopping, but if you love it, then you probably don’t mind going out of your wait to visit places that are known as veritable shopper’s magnets.

    In some destinations around the world, it’s almost as if shopping had been elevated to the level of art – not only because of the incredible variety of things you can buy, but because the shopping areas themselves ended up looking like bona fide tourist destinations.

    Whether you have big plans of spending money, or you can just settle for some window shopping, some of the glitziest shopping avenues in the world are certainly impressive enough to warrant a visit.

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  • China Travel Tips

    Datong

    Datong

    With a constantly revolving base, this mighty land is blessed with powers. It’s seemingly endless Great Wall, the legendary Terracotta Army, lantern villages; innovative cities add immense beauty to the country.

    If you plan to visit China, you are sure to enjoy the delicious cuisines, diversified culture, art & crafts and the love of the people. Travelling around here will let you discover so much but you can’t move on if you fail to have your travel tips on the list.

    Following are few details about China that can help you plan your trip wisely.

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  • The best night markets in the world

    Most people are used to going to the market in the morning and getting their shopping done early, but what happens when the market becomes more than a place where you buy your groceries and turns into a place where you actually have fun? Night markets couldn’t be any more different from your regular farmer’s markets.

    Sure, you might find produce and food stuff, but night markets, in addition to being open at night, are more like a combination between a regular market, a flea market and a fair. From food stalls to toys, clothes or counterfeit goods, night markets are filled with the most unusual wares, and are a great place for a leisurely evening or late night stroll. So here are some of the best night markets in the world, for sleepless travelers.

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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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  • The bargainer’s guide to Istanbul

    Istanbul

    Istanbul

    Turkey is definitely not synonymous with Istanbul from a tourist’s point of view, but this amazing city is definitely one of the first things that people who are for the first time in Turkey should see. Not only is it the financial and cultural center of the country, but it is also a great place where you can get acquainted with the friendliness of the Turkish people and many of the customs and rituals that are commonplace in Turkey.

    And one of these rituals (and also one of the most essential, if you’re on a budget) is bargaining, which you can do in several places. So here’s a short bargainer’s guide to Istanbul.

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