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A Guide to Nightlife in Macau
Aug09

A Guide to Nightlife in Macau

If you’re looking for a good night out in China, your first thought might be to head to Hong Kong. Although Hong Kong has reigned supreme in the deliverance of consistently amazing nightlife for quite some time, it is now being challenged for the coveted title of best night out by none other than Macau. While the nightlife scene in Macau has previously struggled to live up to the glamour of neighboring Hong Kong, Macau is slowly but...

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Top Ten Water Sports to Try on Your Summer Vacation Trip
Aug06

Top Ten Water Sports to Try on Your Summer Vacation Trip

Summer vacations and water sports are a right combination. If you are thinking of making a plan for the outing, or arranging a trip somewhere, then you must visit some beach or water body and have fun. Watersports are a perfect plan for your vacations. But if you are thinking about what kind of water sports should be played. This is the right article which will help you out. Here is the list of top ten watersports to try: Kayak...

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Guide for a Photography Trip to Myanmar
Jul09

Guide for a Photography Trip to Myanmar

Myanmar is an inspiring destination for photographers. From beautifully haunting temples to serene lake, from picturesque Shan mountain to the ancient kingdom of Mrauk U, the country has so many things to attract your lens. Zaw, a photographer based in Yangon reveals his top tips of where to shoot in Myanmar: Bagan – the story of thousand pagodas Lying by the famous Irrawaddy River, Bagan is probably the most photogenic sites in...

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The Ultimate List of 530 Travel Blogs that Accept Guest Posts with Domain Authority of 20+
Jun28

The Ultimate List of 530 Travel Blogs that Accept Guest Posts with Domain Authority of 20+

We all know the importance of backlinks to gain more traffic from your blog. It is still one of the best ways to rank your website from a specific target keyword and gain more readerships for your blog. This year 2018, guest posting is still the top choice of many digital marketers to increase their website’s ranking and traffic. Aside from being a travel blogger, I am also an SEO Specialist and part of my job is the Link Building...

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How to Book a Cheap Cruise If You’re Coming from Manila?
Jun25

How to Book a Cheap Cruise If You’re Coming from Manila?

Living in a third world country and earning just a decent amount of money means that cruises are just a luxury and expensive affairs. I was 12 years old, watching the iconic movie Titanic when I got an idea of what it’s like sailing on a cruise ship. I knew at that time that it was impossible to step into this massive adult playground for wealthy people. Here in the Philippines, you can experience the cruise life if you’re...

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Top 4 International Travel Mistakes To Avoid
May25

Top 4 International Travel Mistakes To Avoid

Regardless of whether you’re preparing to make your very first international trip or if you’ve already made multiple trips abroad already, we can all make mistakes that cause us to feel stress and perhaps sometimes even headaches that we don’t want. For those of you who are making your very first overseas trip especially, it’s absolutely critical for you to know that when you are traveling to another country, it’s very rare that...

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How to Spend 5 Days in Lisbon
May22

How to Spend 5 Days in Lisbon

The city of Lisbon has a rich inspiring history. It was hit by the worst earthquake in 1755 but it has since ascended up the ladder of glory to its current status. Its present architectural designs and many ample parks will give any traveler a comfort of its own kind. The large city squares are enough proof of the city’s charm. The city remains one of the major iconic places to pay a visit to in the contemporary Portugal. While most...

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Traveling to Singapore on a Budget
May15

Traveling to Singapore on a Budget

They say that traveling is the best education. Saint Augustine once said that “the world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” But what if life isn’t just about cooperating? There are simply just too many bills to pay. You have your necessities (such as food) that you need to prioritize spending for. There’s even the portion you have to set aside for savings. And to top it all off, you have limited resources to go...

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