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China, Asia
Cast aside cynicism and you'll find a number of incredible things China does best.
CNN
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January 10, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe, Africa
His 9-month odyssey saw him walk more than 4,000 miles through Africa from the source of the Nile in Rwanda to the shores of the Mediterranean.
The Telegraph
 | Travel
January 04, 2015
China, Asia
Massive earthen structures once sheltered clans from warlords and bandits. Can they be prototypes for green buildings?
National Geographic
 | Travel
January 04, 2015
Asia, China, Vietnam, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia
As the longest and most important river in SEA, it ensures the existence of at least 70 million people. A photojournalist explores the heart of Asia.
Maptia
 | Travel
January 03, 2015
Spain, Europe
Thousands of horn-tooting, hat-wearing revellers jammed Madrid's central Puerta del Sol square, braving freezing temperatures to ring in 2015.
The Local
 | Travel
December 31, 2014
Sri Lanka, Asia
New train service is bringing tourists to a once-remote city locals hope will become Asia's next big tourist destination.
CNN
 | Travel
December 31, 2014
France, Europe, Asia, North America, United States, China, Hong Kong, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Germany, United Kingdom, Russia, Thailand, Malaysia
France leads with 83 million foreign visitors annually.
Global Post
 | Travel
December 29, 2014
World, Europe, South America, North America, Asia
Because the holidays are not just about parties and gifts.
Weather
 | Travel
December 25, 2014
Mongolia, Asia
The story of a 1,136 mile crossing of Mongolia and the Gobi Desert on foot - with some bastards who pretended to be camels for company.
Maptia
 | Travel
December 23, 2014
World
One of the hottest regions is Asia and there are a couple of different drivers.
CNN
 | Travel
December 21, 2014
World
Looking for the best holiday light displays around the world? From Brussels to Hong Kong, here are the suggestions from National Geographic.
National Geographic
 | Travel
December 21, 2014
Morocco, Africa
Casablanca is a legendary city. But Abul-Hasanat Siddique has just discovered something that's not usually part of the legend: explosive street art.
Your Middle East
 | Travel
December 17, 2014
World
Global international tourist numbers exceeded 1.1 billion in 2014, an increase of 4.7% on the previous year, according to the UN.
BBC
 | Travel
December 15, 2014
United States, North America
A cloud inversion occurred Thursday at the national park, a weather event that only happens there about once every several years.
BuzzFeed
 | Travel
December 12, 2014
China, Spain, Asia, Europe
The results of this first historic journey will be evaluated with the aim of opening a regular two-way rail link between China and Spain.
IBN Live
 | Travel
December 11, 2014
World, Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Oceania
Some may come from spectacular gestures, but each shares an underlying ethos of citizens creatively engaging with their surroundings.
GOOD
 | Travel
December 09, 2014
Indonesia, Asia
A piece of property costs only $5,000 - that's because Indonesian property law prohibits foreign investors from buying.
BDC
 | Travel
December 07, 2014
Mexico, North America
Your next trip to the Mexican capital will include flying out of the world's most environmentally friendly and forward thinking airport.
Infinite Legroom
 | Travel
December 07, 2014
Botswana, Africa
Not only is it kinder to the environment, but a far better way to see wild animals.
CNN
 | Travel
December 03, 2014
World, France, Europe, Colombia, South America, Japan, Asia, Taiwan, Romania, Canada, North America, United States, Tunisia, Africa, Peru, India, Jamaica, Switzerland, Burma, Argentina, Australia, Denmark
Whether it's India's literary hub or the majestic mountains of Switzerland, these go-now destinations will send you packing.
National Geographic
 | Travel
November 24, 2014
Costa Rica, South America
Research suggests that GDP may not be the best indicator of national well-being.
Forbes
 | Travel
November 23, 2014
Afghanistan, Asia
Funding for cultural projects in conflict zones can be difficult to obtain as it is often considered an unnecessary luxury.
ArchDaily
 | Travel
November 22, 2014
Norway, Europe
A dramatic video reveals the treacherous conditions that motorists regularly face on Norway’s picturesque Atlantic Ocean Road.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
November 20, 2014
United States, North America
The initiative, known as LinkNYC, will be paid for by advertising revenues from the kiosks' digital displays.
The New York Times
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November 19, 2014
Jamaica, North America
Beyond reggae and track icons, there are many fascinating things less widely known about Jamrock.
CNN
 | Travel
November 19, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
Heathrow wants to cheer up passengers with the exotic smells awaiting them at their destinations.
CNN
 | Travel
November 10, 2014
Middle East, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Morocco, Jordan, Iran, Asia, Africa
Forget about fast food and mass tourism, here are some locations to enjoy without the fuzz.
Your Middle East
 | Travel
November 09, 2014
World, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, India, China, Nigeria, Mexico, Brazil, Egypt, United States, South Korea, Asia, North America, Africa
Cities of 20 million people are becoming the new standard, and yet it will keep going up.
Global Citizen
 | Travel
November 06, 2014
Portugal, Europe
After ten years in the same job he decided that he'd had enough and wanted to be out there.
CNN
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November 01, 2014
Europe, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Denmark, Italy, Turkey, Portugal, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Czech Republic
You thought you knew Europe like the palm of your hand? Here are some lines to add.
The New York Times
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October 27, 2014
France, Europe
Everything good about the Fondation could have been achieved, and better, without the sails.
The Guardian
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October 26, 2014
World, United States, North America, South Korea, Asia, Spain, Europe, Australia, Oceania
Did you know that Quentin Tarantino owns his own cinema?
Oddee
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October 26, 2014
China, Asia
Animal-shaped food, double beds, roses and real headphones... could you ask for more?
Shanghaiist
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October 18, 2014
Egypt, Africa, Middle East
Hopefully street vendors get back to business while tourists enjoy the Egyptian wonders.
Egyptian Streets
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October 18, 2014
China, Asia
While its overall design represents the rising sun, the hotel's scallop-like profile signifies fortune.
Design Boom
 | Travel
October 16, 2014
China, Asia
Let's face it: China is becoming the biggest at everything.
National Geographic
 | Travel
October 15, 2014
Georgia, Europe
Photographer Aaron Huey offers a glimpse into his Georgian travel diaries.
National Geographic
 | Travel
October 12, 2014
World, United Kingdom, Europe, United States, North America, Australia, Oceania, Portugal
From sleepers to trailers and caravans, there's plenty of options to choose from.
Messynessychic
 | Travel
October 04, 2014
World, Asia, North America, Europe, Africa, UAE, France, United Kingdom, Egypt, Italy, Spain, China, India, Russia, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Panama, Taiwan, United States
For good or for bad, human ingenuity never ceases to impress...
CNN
 | Travel
September 29, 2014
World
While Cat Island is a definite go for most, we're not so sure about Snake Island.
Oddee
 | Travel
September 25, 2014
Egypt, Africa
You can now explore the wonders of Egypt in the comfort of your home.
Mashable
 | Travel
September 21, 2014
World, Maldives, Asia, United States, North America, Spain, Europe, Bahamas, France, Iceland, New Zealand, Ireland, Ecuador, Australia, Portugal, South America
Our planet is amazing. From glass to dry lava, there are beaches for every taste.
Bored Panda
 | Travel
September 11, 2014
United States, North America
For the apocalyptical travel goers, Salton Sea has just so much to offer.
Messynessychic
 | Travel
September 05, 2014
Monaco, Europe
You better start saving, it's only $387M to become a resident of the Sky Penthouse.
So Bad So Good
 | Travel
August 31, 2014
World, Italy, Germany, United States, Monaco, Slovenia, France, North America, Europe
This cute puppy has been all around the world and had a pretty good time.
Bored Panda
 | Travel
August 26, 2014
United States, North America
From Vietnam to Turkey, Richard Ross has been on a journey to find bomb shelters.
Messynessychic
 | Travel
August 18, 2014
Iceland, Europe
This tiny house located on an isolated Icelandic rock gives you a pretty good idea.
Bored Panda
 | Travel
August 16, 2014
China, Asia
Are you ready to challenge your own death?
CNN
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August 14, 2014
Australia, Oceania
The sixth annual Vivid Sydney festival just opened. And yes, it's full of colors.
CNN
 | Travel
May 27, 2014
Egypt, Africa
An abandoned cinema lies in waiting for an audience that never came.
Messynessychic
 | Travel
March 11, 2014

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