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The dead sea, a place like no other

| 18 octubre, 2021 | 0 Comments
The dead sea, a place like no other

The Dead Sea, which is located between Israel and Jordan, is one of the most mysterious and interesting seas in the world. Nature is capable of creating fascinating landforms. The Great Blue Hole of Belize, the colorful mountains of Zhangye Danxia in China or the Door to Hell of Darvaza in Turkmenistan are just some […]

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Lijiang old town of China

| 21 septiembre, 2021 | 0 Comments
Lijiang old town of China

Lijiang is perfectly suited to the irregular topography of this commercial and strategic site, it has preserved a historic urban landscape of high quality and authenticity. It belongs to the list of places that are World Heritage Sites according to Unesco since 1997, and it is not for less, given the great beauty and uniqueness […]

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Boracay is back, one of the best islands in the world in the Philippines.

| 5 abril, 2021 | 0 Comments
Boracay is back, one of the best islands in the world in the Philippines.

After six months closed for environmental cleanup, the island of Boracay is once again open to the public! This famous island in the Philippines, just an hour’s flight from Manila, was closed by the government in order to carry out environmental maintenance tasks. Now, with new rules for those who want to visit it, it […]

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What you have to know if you visit the temples of Angkor in Cambodia.

| 8 enero, 2021 | 0 Comments
What you have to know if you visit the temples of Angkor in Cambodia.

It’s hard not to feel like a tourist in Siem Reap, a small Cambodian town whose name may not mean anything to less seasoned travelers. It is actually one of the most visited in the world, especially by backpackers and collectors of world wonders, although none of them expressly go to it, but to the […]

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Arashiyama, a magical place near Tokyo

| 29 diciembre, 2020 | 0 Comments
Arashiyama, a magical place near Tokyo

Arashiyama is a beautiful tourist destination to the west of the city of Kyoto, especially known for its beautiful bamboo forest. However, Arashiyama offers you many more options for tourism, leisure and entertainment. From seeing macaques in semi-freedom to taking a boat ride or enjoying a visit in a rickshaw. What to see and do […]

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The most impressive and famous rice fields on the island of Bali

| 15 diciembre, 2020 | 0 Comments
The most impressive and famous rice fields on the island of Bali

Bali, the island of the gods, known for its beaches and temples, but also for its famous tiered rice fields. Staggered crops The mountainous structure of the land makes rice cultivation not an easy task, but this is something that the Balinese solve with tiered rice fields, the result of cooperation between nature and man. […]

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Phu Quoc, the largest island in Vietnam, what to see and what to do?

| 26 abril, 2020 | 0 Comments
Phu Quoc, the largest island in Vietnam, what to see and what to do?

In the south of Vietnam, and a few kilometers from the Cambodian coast, is Phu Quoc. Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam with a total area of ​​574 km2. Around 103,000 people inhabit the island. There is a lot to see in Phu Quoc but, without a […]

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Hoi An and its beautiful Old Town, one of the jewels of Vietnam

| 26 febrero, 2020 | 0 Comments
Hoi An and its beautiful Old Town, one of the jewels of Vietnam

The center of Vietnam has one of the jewels of the country and of all of Southeast Asia: Hoi An. An ancient village with more than 2000 thousand years of history through which the Kingdom of Cham, great enemy of the Empire of Angkor Wat, passed by Muslims , Chinese and Vietnamese. A World Heritage […]

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The Borobudur in Indonesia, the largest Buddhist temple in the world.

| 21 noviembre, 2019 | 0 Comments
The Borobudur in Indonesia, the largest Buddhist temple in the world.

Borobudur Temple, is the largest Buddhist monument in all of Southeast Asia and its origins date back to between 750 and 849. This Buddhist structure, made with limestone, is an authentic wonder and heritage of humanity by Unesco. Very well preserved and located about 75 km from Yogyakarta, this site is a must if we […]

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Bagan: A sea of ​​temples in ancient Burma

| 11 noviembre, 2019 | 0 Comments
Bagan: A sea of ​​temples in ancient Burma

Bagan was the capital of the Burmese empire. He dazzled Marco Polo and still has a unique splendor. Its more than 4000 temples, more than 2000 in the archaeological site, are a sufficient reason to travel to the country of pagodas and the friendliest people in the world. For something UNESCO has just included it […]

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