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    Visiting The ‘Eighth Wonder Of The World’ With Shorter Flights

    The Philippine Department of Tourism has unveiled a new air route going to the Banaue rice terraces through the Clark International Airport. This new track is seen to assist tourists in lessening travel time from the usual 10-hour ride to just around two hours or so.

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    London Tour Company Booking Trips To The Titanic Shipwreck

    London-based travel company Blue Marble Private will be launching diving expeditions in May 2018 to the famous RMS Titanic sunk at the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912. The experience will only be open to nine people who will undergo an eight-day journey to get up-close to the most popular ship of all time.

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    Portland Japanese Garden To Open $33.5M Cultural Village Expansion

    The Portland Japanese Garden, together with famed architect Kengo Kuma and master garden craftsman Sadafumi Uchiyama, will launch its $33.5M Cultural Village expansion on April 2 not only to accommodate new spaces for tourists but also to boost immersive experiences for visitors in the traditional Japanese arts and culture.

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    National Museum Of US Army Begins Construction

    The National Museum of the United States Army will begin construction this month in Fort Belvoir, Va. to honor US soldiers and educate the public the history and notable works of the army in the country. Costing about $200 million, the museum will commemorate the works of over 30 million individuals who have dedicated themselves to service since 1775.

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    National Civil Rights Museum To Celebrate Yearlong Commemoration Of MLK

    The National Civil Rights Museum will celebrate a yearlong commemoration of the 50th death anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 2017, to April 4, 2018. The event called, "MLK50: Where Do We Go from Here," will hold activities that focus on rights and non-violent protests on peace, poverty, justice, decent housing and quality education among many others.

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    Iceland Genes Might Be The Cure To Alzheimer's Disease

    Iceland is famous for its glaciers, volcanoes, geysers, and lava fields, but beyond its tourist sites, the country might be the cure for Alzheimer's disease. Scientists flocked to the ice country to study human genetic variability and how it can give information on diseases and how to cure it.

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    Ecuadoran Rainforest Hostel For Sale In $29 Raffle

    An Australian couple decided to raffle their Ecuadoran rainforest hostel for as low as $29 to someone who can run the business the way they do. Additional prizes on top of the hostel include$10,000 start-up money to get started in the South American forest.

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    The World’s Largest Alien-Finding Telescope Is Now Open To Visitors

    China has finished constructing the Five hundred meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) last year and has now opened the center to the public for people to learn how the telescope works and astronomical finds in its museum. FAST, considered as the world's largest radio telescope, was developed to search for radio waves across the galaxies to find any signs of alien life.

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    Architecture Festival In Budapest 100 Celebrates Century-Old Buildings

    Budapest100, Hungary's Architecture Festival, is back to celebrate the city's centenary buildings and invites locals and tourists alike to appreciate civil urbanization. This year, on April 22 and 23, public and private buildings open their lots to the public for viewing according to the theme set by organizers.

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    A Perfume Museum Has Opened Inside This 17th Century Renaissance Palace In Spain

    A 17th Century Renaissance Palace in Spain kept a laboratory that creates perfumes, essential oils, ceramics, medicinal plants, spices, teas, infusions and gourmet products among many others. The Patio De Los Perfumes provides visitors a chance to know the history of the perfumery and the rare ingredients used by most perfumers.

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    Overcrowding Puts Limit To Angkor Temple Sunset-Watching

    Sunset-watching in an Angkor Temple in Cambodia will be limited to 300 people after it was seen that the effects of overcrowding would ruin the temple.

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    Travelers Will Now Find It More Difficult To Visit The Hollywood Sign

    The Hollywood sign in Griffith Park is one of the most iconic destinations travelers would go, with 10 million foreign and domestic tourists visiting the site each year. However, people who lived near the hills aren't too happy with the increasing number of guests that they've decided to close Beachwood Drive as a means for tourists to access the trail to the Hollywood sign.

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    Kensington Palace Is Getting A Renovation For Tourists

    Kensington Palace will be under renovation for the next weeks to further upgrade the grounds for tourists. The palace itself welcomes 400,000 people every year, and the royal palace would like to add a restaurant building on top of extended kitchens, basements and a room full of displays of royal dresses in its property.

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    Winter Sleet Coats US Cherry Blossoms In Ice

    Winter in the US has iced the cherry blossoms that bloomed too early in February. The National Park Service has warned residents to let the ice melt because shaking or forcefully taking the ice away may damage and break the branches and tree.

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    'Nice' Travelers Will Get Free Upgrades With Monarch Airlines

    If you happen to be a nice traveler, Monarch Airlines will reward you with a free seat upgrade which includes priority check-in and extra leg room valuing at £50 if you book their service through phone. About a maximum of 10 upgrades per week will be given to passengers who are friendly, amidst an estimated of 120,000 individuals who fly in the airlines as well.

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