Blog Posts - Destination Guide



Destination Kuala Lumpur

November 2015 We used Kuala Lumpur as a convenient break in-between flights from the UK to Australia. It makes a huge difference to the whole flying with kids experience if you can break up the journey. We’ve done both non-stop to Oz with over...
by Flying with a baby on Nov 23, 2015

Jaipur destination information, hotels, tour packages

Jaipur is a beautiful city Rajasthan, is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan in Northern India. Jaipur is well known as the “pink city” of India. Jaipur is an most popular tourist destination in Rajasthan … Continu...

Montreal travel guide

Introduction of Montreal Montreal is one of Canada’s largest and most popular city, is geographically as close to the Eur...
by Paradise Of Travel Destination on Jan 21, 2015

Mindanao Travel Guide

Mindanao is the second largest Island in Philippines, located in the Eastermost part of the country. It is also known...
by Paradise Of Travel Destination on Jan 16, 2015

Quick guide to considering Thailand as a Medical Tourism Destination

  Resources and Research Are you travelling specifically for medical purposes? The first thing you need to ...
by Paradise Of Travel Destination on Dec 12, 2014

World Travel Information: online guide to visit your desirable destination

Nowadays, in this highly advanced world, all of us love to go and visit new places in the world. Therefore, ...

South Africa Holiday Travel Destination and South Africa Travel Guide

Every country in the world displays some diversity, but South Africa, stretching from the hippos in the Limpopo River to...

Big Mountain Music Festival, Khao Yai

The Glastonbury Festival of Thailand? The Big Mountain Music Festival takes place in December every year at the Bonanza venue in Khao Yai, just a couple of hours drive outside of Bangkok.  Big Mountain Music Festival 5 As of now, the Big Mountain Mu...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Jul 26, 2014

These Dreamy Honeymoon Destinations Will Blow Your Mind [Gallery]

Sapphire blue water, refreshing sea breeze, overwater bungalows on white sandy beaches… oh my! Did someone also mention once in a lifetime experience to splurge on a luxury getaway with your Mr Right? If this is your idea of a dreamy honeymoon,...
by Lace n Ruffles on Apr 17, 2014

Daytrip from Helsinki: Visiting Enchanting Tallinn

  Helsinki lies about 80 kilometers North of Tallinn, Estonia, 400 kilometers Northeast of Stockholm, Sweden and 300 kilometers West of St. Petersburg in Russia. With all three cities, it has close historical connections.   On my last trip...
by The Travel Tester on Apr 1, 2014

Best Beaches In Thailand

Which beach in Thailand? Whether you’re hoping for postcard-perfect famous movie beaches, backpacker party islands, family-friendly beach resorts, laid back island getaways or simply Thai beaches that are easy to get to, there are beach resorts...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Mar 29, 2014

Bangkok To Koh Chang

Koh Chang is home to some of the nearest beaches to Bangkok. Thailand’s second biggest island, it is located about a 4 to 5 hour journey from the capital. A quick guide to Koh Chang Similarly to Koh Samet, the island of Koh Chang has a much mor...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Mar 1, 2014

Oh My Quirky Hong Kong! A Photo Diary

Looking beyond the concrete boxes and the explosive neon lights in Hong Kong, there’re always something fresh and quirly that catch me eyes every time I pay a visit to my hometown. Is it the mouth-watering dumpling from that Michelin star resta...
by Lace n Ruffles on Jan 17, 2014

The Soul Of Adelaide: Five Best Boutiques To Buy Local Hamdmade Products

Hello fellow travellers! How often do you pause and listen to the voice of the city you’re visiting? This thought has been lingering in my mind after watching this video from Renew Adelaide, an initiative showcasing the warm hospitality, the ol...
by Lace n Ruffles on Dec 12, 2013

The Soul Of Adelaide: Five Best Boutiques To Buy Local Hamdmade Products

Hello fellow travellers! How often do you pause and listen to the voice of the city you’re visiting? This thought has been lingering in my mind after watching this video from Renew Adelaide, an initiative showcasing the warm hospitality, the ol...
by Lace n Ruffles on Dec 12, 2013

Android Apps: World Travel Guide

One travel guide for the whole world. It’s free and works offline. Get inspired by the suggestions provided by our app based on your location, the weather, etc. Handy maps are always useful for finding your way. Features of our Android travel g...
by dralnuX on Jul 16, 2013

Doing Doha

Many find themselves in Doha by accident. Up until recently, Doha was a city to travel to only for business, and before they discovered the fields of gas, nobody went at all. But Qatar Airways have taken their rapid and giant leap into the top Airli...
by the hedonista on Jun 19, 2013

Best Party Places of Australia

To unwind, to meet new people, to rediscover yourself, to be cool, to pick up chicks/men, to drown your sorrows, to dance like there’s no tomorrow, there are a million reasons to step out into the night! Tourism Australia doesn’t really choose ni...

Best European Destinations for Beer Lovers

Beer is more than just a frothy beverage here – it is a culture. The Europeans treat their Zymurgy as an art form, exalted to religious epiphany. The honor of inventing beer might go to the Sumerians of Mesopotamia (now southern Iraq), mankind&...

Top 5 Beach Destinations of the World

Beaches are the most appealing thing for holidaymakers while visiting a holiday destination. The landscape along the shoreline of any ocean, sea, lake or river creates a brilliant atmosphere for having a wonderful holidaying experience. Every travele...


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