New Year’s Day is often celebrated on the first of January, but this is not always the case. In countries which follow the lunar calendar, the first day of the year could fall on any day in January or February. This is true for certain countries in Asia such as China and Vietnam.
If you want to experience the magic of Southeast Asian festivities, then you should definitely try celebrating the Lunar New Year in Vietnam. And to help you get into the holiday spirit here's how to say happy New Year in Vietnamese.
Known as “the Sunshine State”, Florida is all about the beautiful weather, stunning beaches, and awesome theme parks. Being a former Spanish colony, certain parts of the State have a strong Latin-American influence reflected on its vibrant local scene and cuisine.
Located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, this state has miles of white sand beaches. No wonder it is a popular tourist destination for Americans and foreigners alike!
Visiting bustling cities is thrilling, but nothing compares to the excitement of being in the great outdoors. This doesn’t mean that you have to try hiking and scuba diving though! For those of you who want to enjoy nature without resorting to extreme sports, then visiting a river might be for you.
The great thing about visiting rivers is that you don’t have to be a good swimmer or a certified diver to enjoy. If you want to have a nice swim in a picture-perfect location, then the river of five colors in Colombia is the perfect destination for you!
Setting foot in a foreign country is always an exciting but somewhat daunting experience. This is especially true if you’re traveling alone. Fortunately, travel guides are readily available to first-time travelers nowadays. They also come in various types and are available across platforms.
But how do you determine which travel guide to follow? More importantly, how do you determine which travel guide will suit you best? Fret no more because I put together this article to help you find the best Italian travel guide.
Asia has been a tourist hotspot for quite some time now, with travelers all over the world being enamored by its distinctive charm and beauty. While most non-Asian tourists flock in East and Southeast Asia, the other parts of Asia are equally stunning.
South Asia is one such region often overlooked. But, take my word for it, it’s definitely worth exploring. In this article, I’d focus on Bhutan, the Buddhist Kingdom right on the eastern edge of the Himalayas. For those of you who have yet to check out this country, here are the top places to visit in Bhutan.
Visiting a foreign country is always an exciting experience. You get to see new places, enjoy local cuisine, and experience a different culture. But like other things, traveling abroad naturally has its own downsides.
It’s only natural to encounter glitches when visiting a place for the first time. Even Mexico, a lovely country with very friendly people, can be frustrating at times if you don’t adequately prepare for your trip. To make sure your visit is as enjoyable as possible, here are some handy traveling to Mexico tips.
There is something inexplicably romantic and Old World about Spain. This distinctive charm may very well be the reason tourists from all over the world flock to this European country. Not to mention that Spain will keep your eyes happy and your stomach full!
So for those of you who are planning on visiting Spain but are still unsure where to go first, I’ve prepared a handy list of must-see cities in Spain for you to check out. Here are five of the best Spain cities to visit. Trust me, you wouldn’t want to miss them!
Ecuador might be one of the tiniest countries in South America, but that doesn’t mean it scrimps on tourist spots and activities. Sitting on the equator and bordered by Colombia, Peru, and the Pacific Ocean, the “light of America” is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world.
Boasting some 530 miles of coastline, perfect spring temperature all-year-round, vibrant cityscape, and buzzing nightlife, Ecuador lures tourists from all over the world. So for those of you who have yet to visit this wonderful country, here are the best places to visit in Ecuador.
Paris is always portrayed as the city of romance. Its numerous cafes and thriving art scene have been the setting of so many movie scenes and stories. Unsurprisingly, tourists from all over the world flock to the city of love to partake of the famed Parisian charm.
I have fallen in love with Paris the first time I visited it. It was artistic and magical! Unfortunately, the cost of living in Paris, as with the rest of Europe is pretty high. Unless you are ready to splurge, vacationing in Paris for a long time might not be a very good idea.
Whether you are planning on touring all of Europe or traveling under budget constraints, there is a way for you to enjoy Paris in just two days. In this article, I will teach you how to plan your 2 days in Paris itinerary. Trust me, it’s a lot easier than you might think.
Located at the edge of the Arctic Circle and in one of the most active volcanic spots in the world, Iceland is a breathtaking combination of hot springs and ice glaciers. Its picturesque scenery continues to attract tourists from all over the world.
Although not yet as popular as other European countries, Iceland does not disappoint. In fact, it has its own share of spectacular views and breathtaking scenery you wouldn’t find elsewhere. For those of you who wants to visit Iceland but don't know where to start, here are my top 5 tourist attractions in Iceland.