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Top Five Treasure Houses in UK

By Nancy Lin / September 14, 2016

If you’re flushed with royal fever like the rest of the world, then no visit to England would be complete without experiencing the treasure houses of England. A unique collection of ten of the finest castles, palaces and grand historic houses, they are an absolute must-see with hundred years of history and royal heritage that are […]

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Iceland: Secrets Of The Epic Ring Road Trip

By Nancy Lin / September 14, 2016

There’s nothing like a good road trip. Especially when driving past striking glaciers, magnificent volcanoes, roaring waterfalls, and northern lights on Iceland’s Ring Road. Travel at your own pace and explore Iceland’s majestic nature, is absolutely an unforgettable adventure travel experience. Day 1: Your tour begins when collect your car at the international airport of […]

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Top 5 Most Instagrammable National Parks in Canada

By Nancy Lin / August 31, 2016

Pristine mountains, majestic wildlife, sparkling lakes and frozen landscapes – you can practically inhale the crisp, clean air that Canada‘s vast wilderness areas is famous for. And your chance to finally take advantage of this country: All National Parks In Canada Will Be Free In 2017! This is a special gift for the country’s 150th anniversary of […]

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Useful Websites for Surviving and Thriving in Denmark

By Nancy Lin / August 31, 2016

  So, you think that your life in Copenhagen couldn’t get any better? Think again. Your life is about to get A LOT better. Weather info, language tools, shopping marketplaces and transport maps, we’ve got it covered. Bookmark them all and thrive! LANGUAGE GOOGLE TRANSLATE Ok, this is a little obvious, but it’s important to […]

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A Daytrip to Cambridge from London

By Nancy Lin / August 31, 2016

Cambridge offers some of England’s best universities, parks, museums and theatrical productions. It’s one of the most beautiful college cities in England, if not the world. It is known for its friendly people, academia, and great student parties. Like Oxford, life here revolves around the university, as does much of its tourism. However, you can find […]

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Sukhothai: The Stunning Ruins And Sunrise

By Nancy Lin / June 6, 2016

Thailand’s northeast town Sukhothai, little-visited, is an escape from the whirlwind pace of life of its southern rival, also a backstreet of the crowded, and commercial city – Chiangmai. If you want to stretch your legs outside the Chiangmai city, Sukhothai is the best place that lend to great walks and rides. It is still firmly Thai […]

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Hiking in Yading: the Search for Holy Peaks of Hilton’s Shangri-la

By Nancy Lin / June 2, 2016

Officially, Shangri-la in James Hilton’s classic “Lost Horizons”, is thought by most to be the Tibetan county of Zhongdian in northwest Yunnan Province in China. The name became well-known through word-of-mouth as a land of mystery and matchless beauty where life is lived in tranquil wonder, beyond the gaze of a distracted world. However, to few […]