People all over UK have the chance to relive their childhood days with The Monster. The massive blow-up obstacle course will tour the area during the whole summer, providing entertainment and nostalgia to its visitors.
Capsule hotels are not only popular in Japan, but all over the world. These self-contained pods attract tourists and locals alike not only because of its unique offer, but also for its low cost.
Passengers on selected Qantas international flights at Sydney Airport will be able to use facial recognition technology for the most parts of their trip. The technology will streamline processes and enable travelers to use their faces as their passports.
The Louvre museum has dedicated a tour to Beyonce and Jay-Z’s ‘Apes**t’ video featuring works in the museum as a backdrop. The 90-minute tour will take visitors on each artwork, including Nike of Samothrace and Mona Lisa.
An ordinance has been enacted in Chicago this week which requires hotels to provide panic buttons in rooms. The buttons will help protect the housekeeping staff who are mostly females, from sexual harassment and other crimes.
Colombia’s Serrania del Chiribiquete has been declared as the largest tropical rainforest national park in the world. A recent expansion has added 1.5 million hectares to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Known as the worship of mother goddesses in Vietnam, Dao Mau has been gaining popularity once more. It has been declared by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage and has also been turned into a performance entitled Four Palaces.
Starbucks has brought back its famous Avocado drink due to popular demand. The creamy drink even has a cute chocolate topper which makes it look like a half-cut fruit. However, it is only available in South Korea.
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