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Xiamen Holidays: What You Can Do In 48 Hours

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February 15 gulangyu beach in xiamen, china

These days, it would seem, one can hardly have a conversation about Xiamen without mentioning the word “chill.” The idyllic coastal city in China’s Fujian Province has endeared itself to many with its unpretentious nature—residents and tourists are often found strolling along its boulevards and beaches clad in casual wear and flip-flops. Formerly known as Amoy, Xiamen was a centre of British trade in the 1800s, and some of its...

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Welcome To Melbourne: The Best Things To Do In This Award-Winning Australian City

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February 3 female tourist in flinders station in melbourne australia

If cities had personalities, Melbourne would be the cool overachiever—in recent years, Australia’s cultural capital has amassed numerous accolades for being ahead of its game. Notably, it has held on to its “World’s Most Liveable City” title for seven years, while other commendations such as “World’s Best Coffee” and “World’s Best Pizza” continue to roll in. “There’s a buzz about the city that keeps bringing the world’s best to enjoy...

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Welcome to Yangon: Fun Things To Do In Yangon At Night

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January 30 yangon-night-life

Mention Yangon and chances are, “nightlife” will not be the first thing to come to mind. After all, the city is known for its gilded temples and serene pagodas. As the city’s economic activity booms, however, things may soon change. Recent years have seen a flurry of options springing up for Yangon visitors and business travellers seeking to eat, shop, and sightsee even as the day draws to a close....

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Welcome To Seattle: 9 Must-Do Coffee Stops For Your Trip

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January 8 seattle coffee cafe

“Coffee is our liquid sunshine in Seattle.” — Joshua Boyt, Victrola Coffee Roasters. When in Seattle, your drink of choice should always be coffee. Begin your caffeine-fueled sojourn with a pilgrimage to the site of the world’s first Starbucks outlet, which opened its doors in Seattle’s Pike Place Market in 1971. While doing so, look to the city’s burgeoning independent café scene to understand why coffee is synonymous with life...

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