Traveling isn’t just about the destination you choose. The way you travel and why also play a big part in determining how memorable your trips will be. So, after picking your country, what are you going to do on your trip is the next question. Here are a few ideas.
Have you ever seen a crash-landed UFO up close? Until five years ago, Taiwan had a reasonable facsimile thereof: a strange and spooky complex called the Sanzhi Pod Village.
With the advent of mobile technology, hotels finally seem to get it. Technological advances that are actually useful to guests are cropping up in hotels across the globe. Hopefully, that includes a hotel you stay at in your near future.
If you’re dying to travel the world as soon as possible, but everything you read or watch makes you have second thoughts, I’m here to open your eyes and bust those annoying travel myths! Here are 20 myths about travel you can safely ignore.
The Louvre, the British Museum, the Smithsonian – all these names certainly inspire reverence and fascination. The great museums of history, art, and natural sciences are cultural gold, but what do you call those that highlight sausages, toilet seats, or mini glass bottles? Cultural platinum! Here are 21 European museums that feature some unconventional exhibitions.