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If you are a vegetarian, here are the top 10 cities for you worldwide

For vegetarians, food has been a major problem in some of the most famous tourist destinations. However, with this guide, you can plan your vacation as we bring to you a list of the ten most vegetarian friendly locations from all over the world. This list is compiled based on the vegetarian eat-outs per capita, percentage of top tier restaurants etc. New York There is a NYC vegetarian food festival that is conducted here where 100 exhibitors from all over the world take part. Portland There are 4,500 meat-free products…

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Travel Expectations Vs Realities

You may want to check this out. List of travel expectations vs realities. We can say that most popular tourist spots get really crowded on peak season so make sure to time your visits accordingly. Walking over the Great Wall of China Exploring the placid colours of Santorini Island, Greece Camping in the Himalayas Visiting the Howrah Bridge in Kolkata Having a romantic picnic near the Eiffel Tower Exploring the pristine temples of Siem Reap, Cambodia Spending some private moments on the beaches of Thailand Visiting the ancient temple of…

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Top 12 things to see and do in Shanghai

We’re doing one country at a time for our top lists this month. Shanghai is up next. Check out the list of top 10 things to see and do in Shanghai. Shanghai is not only the most populous city in the world but also a vibrant melting pot of cultures. Shanghai Disneyland Shanghai Disneyland, the first theme park of its kind in Mainland China, is a world of boundless possibilities and a place to create cherished memories that last a lifetime. Lush gardens, live stage productions and thrilling attractions will…

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Introducing Singapore’s Stylish New Boutique – Mono

This one accommodation caught my eye when I saw it featured on travelandleisureasia.com. It is one of the newest boutique hotels in Singapore called Mono. Minimalist design and subtle nods to local history have this hotel in Singapore oozing urban cool. Mono, a 46-room boutique hotel set in six heritage shophouses in Singapore’s Chinatown, brings a slick, minimalist color scheme to Mosque Street—as well as a “like”-happy design that is unabashed in its Internet ambitions. The interiors, by Spacedge Designs, were crafted to appeal to social-media-maven travelers: “We wanted to…

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9 Fun Things To Do In Bali Indonesia

Check out the list of fun things to do in Bali, Indonesia. Waterbom Bali Located in central Kuta, Waterbom is an oasis in the heart of the bustling tourist area and is Bali’s most popular waterpark – and for good reason. Featuring numerous thrilling rides and child-friendly attractions, the park has something for everyone. Adults can enjoy massages or a tropical drink at the swim up bar whilst kids can head to the slides and wet play areas. Brave the pride of the park, a 70km/hr ride called Climax. Or…

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What Makes Singapore Changi Airport the Best International Airport?

Changi Airport in Singapore has never failed to join the list of the best airports around the world. It topped this list more than once and Travelandlifestyle.com reveals the reasons why. Check out the video below and the amazing amenities you can find at Changi Airport.  Singapore Changi is proof that airports don’t necessarily have to be a boring purgatory while you wait for your flight. Singapore’s international airport is known for its groundbreaking design, which include amenities like themed gardens (including a two-level butterfly habitat in Terminal 3)…

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Guides & Tips Do’s and Don’ts for Tourists in Hong Kong

For a smooth and worry free vacation, I have compiled tips, do’s and don’ts for people who are traveling to Hong Kong for the first time. Most of the department stores in HK have price clearly visible on items, which means it’s a fixed price and the attendant is not willing to give any discount. If you don’t see prices clearly visible on good, you have a scope of bargaining. One of the best travel tips for Hong Kong visitors is to always check prices in a few shops before…

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Must-Have Travel Apps That Will Make Your Trips Hassle-Free

There are lot of free apps right now that can help you navigate every nook and crany of the world without ever being lost. You can even experience a place without even leaving your bedroom through these apps. With tons of apps you can use I have gathered the ones I use frequently when I travel. Check out the list of free travel apps that will help you out on your next trip. Google Maps This app is a life saver. Even if you don’t have internet connection, you can…

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