International Women’s Day has a long history dating back more than 100 years. In 1908, when 15,000 women protested in New York City demanding shorter working hours, better pay and the voting rights.
Candy, flowers, heart-shaped notes—what’s not to like about Valentine’s Day? This sweet celebration, which happens every year on February 14, is all about spreading the love.
No matter how many iconic destinations across the globe you cross off your list, there is always more to be addedThat, of course, is the beauty of travel — you're never, ever done!
Let's end this year in a cool way: go a long way and try new things. Do you want to change up the atmosphere? Get out of the table and start your own journey!
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Halloween is one of the world's oldest holidays, dating back to pagan times. But it is celebrated today by more people in more countries than ever before.
With world-famous beaches, Southeast Asia offers a tonne of opportunities to enjoy the endless coastlines of the region.
From the mysterious Angkor Wat of Cambodia to the frenetic streets of Hanoi, Southeast Asia is so full of intrigue, adventure, solace and spirituality that it has fixated and confounded travellers for centuries.
Vesak Bochea Day, or simply "Buddhist Day," as it is more often known, is one of the days most significant festivals of the year for Buddhists in various regions of the world. It was even formally acknowledged as a crucial religious event by the United Nations in 1999.