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Strolling around the Brussels Brussels may not scream Speedos and sunscreen, but when the big ball in the sky is ablaze and the city’s thermometers are on the up, the Belgian capital has plenty of places to cool off. From sun-drenched terraces and rooftop parties to pop-up al fresco food events, here’s how to enjoy the sunshine in Brussels.
Enjoying pleasant moments in Dhaka To guide you on your way, here are some quick and easy day trips out of Dhaka, all offering a chance to get up close and personal with the fantastic heritage, culture and people of Bangladesh, while resting your senses from the chaos and din of Dhaka.
The grand Viking Fire Festival Taking place annually on the last Tuesday of January in the town of Lerwick, the Shetland’s Viking Fire Festival, or Up Helly Aa as it’s known locally, is the largest event of its kind in Europe.
Having infinite fun in Genting Highlands Though referred to as a hill station, Genting is a modern and heavily developed resort 2000m above sea level. About 50km north of KL, it's in stark contrast to the Old English style of other Malaysian upland resorts.
Exquisite craft in Arequipa With a blossoming fair trade textile industry, gourmet food workshops and even a hopping craft beer scene, Arequipa has become a beacon for maker-minded travelers.
Delicacies of Russia From kasha (buckwheat porridge) in Kaliningrad to freshly caught crab in Kamchatka, the world’s largest country offers an abundance of both homely tastes and gourmet treats that are sure to have you coming back for second helpings.
4 hotel rooms around the world with amazing views From Finland to New Zealand, here is a pick of some of the world’s most spectacular rooms with a view.
Crazy House Resembling a melted candle, this guesthouse in Dalat was inspired by the surreal art of Salvador Dalí. ‘Crazy House’ is different from every angle: on one side, warped walls seem menacing and windows glare like eye sockets; from another, traditional Vietnamese designs adorn the eaves.
Siberian: the best guides along the world’s longest train journey You might imagine the Trans-Siberian as a lonely, melancholic train journey through a snowy plain. But it’s better visualised as a chain of really cool people, who hand travellers over from one to another along the route and treat them to the best of Siberian hospitality.
Around the world in 3 signature drinks Drinking and holidays go together quite well, don't you think? There's a certain romance to sipping a cocktail in a strange city, and there's no better way to make friends than to buy a round for your fellow travelers.
3 outdoor hangout spots in Kraków When the cold front of winter is over and the sun starts shining, Kraków is a great city to enjoy some rays, and people pour outside to do just that. Whether you’re looking for a thriving bar, some great views or a slice of nature, Kraków has plenty of top spots for relaxing outdoors
Where to go in April April signals a seasonal shift across the globe, making it the ideal time of year for exploring ancient wonders, embarking on epic adventures and chowing down on fresh local produce.
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