February 24, 2024 7:50 PM

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    Five Instagram Travelers You Need To Follow Right Now

    Have you ever had those days where you're stuck in a rut, wanting to travel far but don't know where exactly to go? We suggest for you to follow these guys on the internet so to get inspired to travel. Who knows, you might find your perfect vacation destination when you get to read their stories.

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    China To Collect Fingerprints Of Tourists

    As an added security measure in airports, foreign visitors in China will have their fingerprints collected and capture facial images of passport holders with ages 14 to 70 years old starting this week. The new policy will take effect first in Shenzhen airport before rolling out nationwide.

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    Kentucky Museum's Coal Mine Tours Slowly Becoming Popular

    A museum catering to the history of the early coal mining industry has gained a lot of attention nowadays with a number of visitors growing from 8,000 to 11,000 in a year. With four floors of exhibition areas, the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum displays artifacts worth a century-year-old and mock mine show about the industry in Kentucky.

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    Japan Strikes Again With Funny Signs To Help Confused Tourists

    Language and signs are the number one problem tourists have when visiting another country. So, to assist confused foreign travelers to get around Japan, the government made 26 practical, yet, funny signs to help tourists feel more welcomed.

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    Google Maps Lets You Create, Share, And Save Lists Of Your Travels

    Google Maps launched a new feature this week that lets you create, share, and save lists of your travels. The program called 'Lists' is a record of all the destinations you want to go, prepared, and organized in the app in both Android and iOS platforms.

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    Edible Stage In Thailand’s Wonderfruit Festival Focuses Sustainability In Tourism

    In line with celebrating Thailand's artistry and traditional rice farming culture, an edible stage will be built for the Wonderfruit Festival this weekend and visitors are guaranteed to have a taste of it. The brainchild of the project is Pete Phornprapha who aims to have art and culture to be communicated sustainability but in a way that excites people.

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    Artists Stand On Ban, Wall of 700 Immigrants' Backpacks To Be Showcased At Manhattan Gallery

    When President Donald Trump opts to have a wall built along the US Border against Mexico, artists made a stand on which side they are on in the immigration ban. The Manhattan Gallery has created their own wall of 700 immigrants' backpacks to acknowledge the migrants who illegally crossed the U.S. border that led some to their death.

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    Airline Tray Tables Become Artists' Canvas

    Upon boarding Delta Air Lines 767 you'll find its tray tables turned into works of art that "celebrates themes of optimism, travel, refreshment, and happiness." In cooperation with the Coca-Cola Company, Delta invited 12 artists around the world to showcase their works 35,000 feet above the ground.

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    India To Change Names Of Its Airports For Tourists Who Are Not Familiar With Indian Personalities

    India proposed to change the names of its airports according to their respective cities instead of famous Indian personalities and historical figures to lessen confusion among travelers. At the moment, the country has airport names like Veer Savarkar International Airport, Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport and Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport that have foreign guests shaking their heads in confusion.

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    Five Of The Oldest Restaurants In The World

    The title of "the oldest restaurant in the world" has always been a hot debate since the Guinness Book of Records placed Sobrino de Botín as the longstanding resto. Many restaurants have come afoot and contested that idea, leaving the people now with the question, "What is really the oldest restaurant in the world?"

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    Skeletons At London's Train Tunnels To Be Displayed At Museum Of London Docklands

    An excavation project in 2009 at the London Crossrail tunnel for the Elizabeth Line to open in 2018 had revealed 8,000 years of London history when archaeologists discovered what consists of human remains, porcelain ginger jar, and Mesolithic flint scraper among many others in the underground train tunnel. Now, 500 of the more than 10,000 discovered artifacts would be put on display at the Museum of London Docklands this Friday.

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    UK Parking Rates Skyrocket; Draws Rage Among The Public And Airlines Sector

    UK airports are charging travelers double than their usual car park rates when they want their vehicles to stay put on the venue grounds upon vacationing on school breaks and summer peaks. The recent move to increase park charges has angered the public and some airline officials, even calling it outrageous profiteering.

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    Free WiFi On Mount Everest Soon To Roll Out

    You can now let the whole world know that you hiked Mount Everest when you've uploaded that photo of yours on Instagram upon stepping on the mountain's base camp because of its free internet connection. That's right. There'll be free WiFi on Mount Everest soon to roll out as planned by the Nepalese government.

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    Swedish Warship from 1700s Found By Marine Archaeologists

    Marine archaeologists from the maritime museum, Sjöhistoriska Museet in Stockholm, Sweden found what looks like remnants from a Vasa-era warship called Blekinge. The ship was believed to have sunk in 1713 when the country was in war with Russia and its allies.

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    Mother Russia's Ice Library Now Open In Lake Baikal

    A ski resort in Irkutsk Siberia has put up an 'ice library' near Lake Baikal and encouraged 1,000 locals and tourists alike to carve their wishes and dreams in any language they want. Russia's Ice Library is made of large blocks of ice in a circular shape and spans 800 square meters and is seen to boost Lake Baikal's tourism.

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