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Colours Of ASEAN : Singapore

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My Mosque: Travel to Melaka

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Chinese tourist destroys with three swift kicks what nature took 3,000 years to build

It takes nature hundreds of thousands of years to create limestone stalagmites in scenic caves, but only a few seconds for a badly behaved tourist to damage them. Such was the case in southwest China when a young man deliberately ...

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Watch corals without diving

A walking tour of underwater corals. What if you were told that you don’t have to go on a multiple day’s expensive diving course in case you wanted to experience underwater coral reefs and the varied marine life under the ...

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba marks the start of Ramadan as star travels to Mecca

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has flown to Saudi Arabia to mark the start of the Muslim holy month Ramadan just three days after lifting the Europa League trophy with victory over Ajax in Stockholm. Pogba wore simple white garments ...

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Cyclist Saves A Lost Kitten By Tucking Him In His Shirt, The Cat Can’t Stop Kissing Him

While the man was bringing him to safety, the kitty thanked him with kisses A few days ago Brazilian cyclist Viitor Fonseca was out for a ride on his bike when he saw a tiny tabby kitten in desperate need ...

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Pilot Takes Amazing Photos From His Cockpit, And They Will Take Your Breath Away

Being a pilot, you get to see a bunch of beautiful sights from above. Being a pilot for a South American airline, you also get to witness the stunning phenomena of storms as your job requires flying over regions that ...

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The US Is Considering Banning Laptops On Flights From Europe

Sources tell BuzzFeed News that US commandos have engaged in combat with ISIS during a secret deployment to southern Syria that has them living alongside the rebels they’re instructing. The Department of Homeland Security is considering banning laptops in all ...

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Explore China’s Ancient Water Towns

The Venice of the East sits just 30 minutes by train from Shanghai Surrounded by rivers, lakes and canals, three parts of China comprise a “golden triangle” of historical towns that mostly run on the water. Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou ...

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Want to know how to travel for free?

Want to explore our planet but don’t have the time or the moolah to do so at the moment? Why not then just sit back and relax and let Google Earth take you on a virtual tour of the Big ...

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