6 luxurious trains that’ll spoil you

Trains are one of the oldest means of long-distance travel. They do a good job of providing an uncluttered, simple and straightforward travel experience where the problems are few and the advantages many. However, for those of us who’d like a touch of sophistication added to this seemingly simple mode of transport, what are the … Continue reading 6 luxurious trains that’ll spoil you

Beijing’s Daxing set to be world’s largest and busiest airport

Its one-million-square-meter terminal will have 268 jetway bridges serving 100 million passengers a year Situated 46 kilometers south of Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, Daxing International Airport is set to serve the Chinese capital and its sprawling conurbation in neighboring Hebei and Tianjin. In only four years, 10,000 workers have turned large swathes of fallow wasteland into … Continue reading Beijing’s Daxing set to be world’s largest and busiest airport

Your Guide to Siem Reap and Angkor Temples

Planning a trip to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap or Around Cambodia? We offer courteous service of tour guide or driver to show you around by tuk-tuk, car or mini-van. I can meet you at the airport if you book in advance and take care of organizing your tours around Angkor Archaeological Park, Tonle Sap Lake … Continue reading Your Guide to Siem Reap and Angkor Temples

Amsterdam in Spring

Day 1 carpediemeire Irish travel blogge Birthdays are for some a reason to party. For me I love to escape these celebrations and spend them bettering myself in my opinion. By travelling. So on this, my 39th I wanted to scratch one off the bucket list, to go in search of those expansive, linear tulip … Continue reading Amsterdam in Spring

6 Unexpected Cities for the Food Lover

Get a taste for each corner of the world. By Nancy Gupton Move over, Milan. Get a taste for some surprising food destinations with this neighborhood guide to the best eats on (almost) every continent. EUROPE Budapest, Hungary   This European capital straddles the Danube River—Buda on one side and Pest on the other—and often … Continue reading 6 Unexpected Cities for the Food Lover