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Bogota, Colombia: It’s a Hot Travel Destination, But is it Safe?

Colombia was once South America’s murder capital. The country was home to one of the world’s largest drug industries and a centre for mob-driven crime, with several high-profile international drug dealers residing within … Continue reading “Bogota, Colombia: It’s a Hot Travel Destination, But is it Safe?”


Newquay’s Wild Summer: Quiet Resort Town or Bar Central?

One of the UK’s top tourism spots could be in the middle of an unwelcome re-branding effort. The town of Newquay, renowned as Britain’s surf capital, is growing increasingly popular with students and … Continue reading “Newquay’s Wild Summer: Quiet Resort Town or Bar Central?”


Plane, Train, or Auto: What’s the Best Way to Explore New England?

With airfares at an all-time low and inexpensive travel the preferred option for most Britons, a large portion of the country’s frequent travellers are jumping the pond for a holiday in the northeast … Continue reading “Plane, Train, or Auto: What’s the Best Way to Explore New England?”


Wildfires Could Hurt Russia’s Travel Industry Alongside Devastating Wheat Crisis

Russia’s ongoing heat wave may have taken a turn for the worst. The fires, which have blazed on the edges of capital city Moscow for the better part of two weeks, have approached … Continue reading “Wildfires Could Hurt Russia’s Travel Industry Alongside Devastating Wheat Crisis”


India’s ‘MakeMyTrip’ Booking Agency Debuts in the USA

Indian travel company MakeMyTrip recently debuted in the USA, drawing praise from expert travel industry analysts and a fair degree of controversy from its American competitors. After debuting its stock at $14 on … Continue reading “India’s ‘MakeMyTrip’ Booking Agency Debuts in the USA”


Could Travel Bridge Vietnam’s Economic Gaps with the West?

Over the last decade, Vietnam has emerged as one of Asia’s most accessible and exciting travel and leisure destinations. It’s an unusual development, particularly as the country was one of the world’s most … Continue reading “Could Travel Bridge Vietnam’s Economic Gaps with the West?”


Eating Cheap in Singapore: The City-State’s Best Budget Restaurants

While Singapore certainly has a reputation for expense, the city’s restaurants offer some of the most varied and affordable food in the world. Mixing the best of Malay, Indian, and Chinese cuisine, the … Continue reading “Eating Cheap in Singapore: The City-State’s Best Budget Restaurants”


Tropical Holidays: Can Seasonal Rain Ruin a Vacation?

Throughout the world’s temperate zones, there’s are two words that inspire fear whenever they get lumped in alongside a vacation: rainy season. It’s a fear that’s common across tropical vacationers across the world, … Continue reading “Tropical Holidays: Can Seasonal Rain Ruin a Vacation?”


Has Thailand’s Lucrative Tourism Industry Recovered?

Five years ago, Thailand’s lucrative tourism industry looked untouchable. But due to the country’s ongoing political struggle and a series of global health scares, the once unshakable Thai economy appears to be stuck … Continue reading “Has Thailand’s Lucrative Tourism Industry Recovered?”


Braving Malaysia’s Summer Heat: The Best Peninsula Scuba Spots

Due to the massive growth of low-cost carriers such as AirAsia and Tiger Airways, Malaysia has turned into one of Asia’s most popular travel destinations and a hub for transfers between major continental … Continue reading “Braving Malaysia’s Summer Heat: The Best Peninsula Scuba Spots”


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