You might not be familiar with Shaanxi, a province in northern China, an ancient land steeped in history and legend. Any visit to China is not complete without spending at least a week or more exploring Shaanxi province. Find out why.
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During the days leading up to Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving in the US) and a few days after, you can grab deep discounts on hotels, attractions, dining, transport, and shopping. Find out easy steps how you can make the most of these time-sensitive sales.
Whether you want to buy something awesome that your boyfriend or husband will fall in love with at once, or you’re looking to impress your dad and get him that cool travel backpack he always wanted, you have a lot of options at your disposal.
There’s fashionably late… and then there’s this! 2019 was a big travel year for me, and after the last 12 months that feels like a lifetime ago. Now seemed like a good time for reflection, so I filtered through 30,000 images from across 11 countries to bring you my favourites. While easy travel might still be a little while away, I hope you find some inspiration from these images.
Whew, that was a doozy! 2020 wasn’t easy for most of us - especially in the travel industry. We started this turbulent 12 months in Bali, followed by a trip to Malaysia that got drawn out due to travel restrictions. After March all the plans were thrown out the window. So we made lemonade from the lemons and extensively explored the tropical island of Langkawi, which produced dozens of pages of content on foreverbreak.com.
There’s so much to see and do in Spain, and so little time. When we planned our trip in 2019, we didn’t know where to start. We wanted it all… beaches, food, sunshine, culture, and history. But with 17 regions to choose from, Spain seemed just too big to fit into 1 trip.
Bangkok may not be the obvious choice for a vacation with teenagers, but don't rule it off your list. When I visited Thailand's capital with my teenage niece and nephew, we spent hours in multi-level shopping malls without breaking the bank, explored historic Buddhist temples, watched a Muay Thai match, and stuffed our faces with more street food than you can imagine!... all out of the goodness of our hearts, so we could bring you this list of 15 top things to do in Bangkok with teens.