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These blooms are picture perfect.
Cherry blossom season has officially started in Tokyo, after officials from the Meteorological Agency confirmed that more than five blossoms had bloomed on a tree at Yasukuni Shrine, the Japan Times reports. Other local news outlets have confirmed that several cities in southern Japan have ...
 
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The surge in Chinese property buyers has led to higher price tags and rental rates all over the region.
There’s been some talk recently on how the Philippines’ stronger relations with China under the current administration have affected the country. While some of these situations are complicated (to say the least), others are relatively more straightforward.One of those more straightforward influences is ...
 
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A Roman bath in the city, underwater hotel suites, a must-see festival, and more in China's largest city.
No other district encompasses modern China like the energetic Shanghai, the country's largest city. With its size and population, Shanghai is the center for economic development, where one finds the latest innovations. It's a marriage of heritage and tradition with technological advancements, ...
 
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Here are the numbers to prove it.
Travel trends are predicting that your next destination may no longer take you to the storied structures of Venice or the busy streets of New York. Instead, you may be jetting off somewhere much closer to home.The World Economic Forum reports that ...
 
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The extra costs will cover flights booked in September and October. New rates will apply for November and December.
One-way plane tickets for international flights from or to the Philippines will go up by an additional P381 to P3,632 in September and October 2018, depending on the distance, according to information from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB).The CAB, the government body ...
 
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Add some good fortune to your next vacation.
We tend to think that any day you're traveling is a pretty lucky one, but if you're looking to pack an extra dose of prosperity into your next trip, these locations offer you the chance to get fortune on your side.Perhaps the ...
 
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You're going to want to add these to your bucket list.
Most of us venture to a new destination to explore the location—but with these jaw-dropping resorts, you may never want to leave your hotel. Check out 15 of the most unique hotels around the globe that will make for a once-in-a-lifetime stay.BOOK ...
 
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The five-story, 33,700-square-meter glass structure took three years to complete.
China’s newest architectural marvel has been unveiled.The Tianjin Binhai Library, named for the city of the same name, has astonished architecture fans and book lovers alike with its stunning design features. The library is designed to welcome light, with each bookshelf doubling ...
 
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Chryseis Tan may be the daughter of one of the richest men in Malaysia, but she's more than just an heiress.
Though most people know Chryseis Tan as the daughter of the 20th richest man in Malaysia, she is more than just an heiress. Not only is she the CEO of Berjaya Times Square, she's also an investor in Goxip, a popular fashion ...
 
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The time is right to really see the country behind the headlines—its restored historic treasures, the cutting-edge art, and all the thrills of a rising new world.
There is a small enclosed garden in the northeast corner of the Forbidden City, Beijing’s 200-acre red-walled, yellow-roofed, built-to-intimidate immensity, where between 1420 and 1911 the emperors of China’s last two dynasties, the Ming and the Qing, lived and ruled.The garden was ...
 
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One sits on the 118th floor of a luxury hotel.
What Asia lacks in land space, it makes up for in height and unique concepts. These cosmopolitan rooftop bars get the compromise right.Three Sixty at Millennium HiltonBangkok, ThailandThree Sixty is designed to be an observation deck. Inside, leather couches are lined against ...
 
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It's like collecting luxury stamps on passports.
In a past story on conversation starters, Town&Country’s Whitney Robinson says many of the jet set are on a quest to visit as many Aman resorts as they can, likening it to collecting stamps on passports.With over 30 properties in 20 countries ...
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