What Is Unique About The Ryugyong Hotel In North Korea?
The Ryugyong Hotel is the tallest and largest unoccupied building in the world.
Kailasa Temple: The Largest Monolithic Building In The World
The Kailasa Temple in Ellora, Maharashtra, India, is a megalith carved out of one single rock.
The Great Mosque of Djenné: The Largest Mud Building In The World
Located in the Djenné city of Mali on the flood plain of the Bani River, the Great Mosque of Djenné is regarded as the largest mud building in the...
10 Best National Parks in Canada to Visit This Summer
In celebration of its 150th birthday, Canada is offering free access to its national parks throughout 2017 with the 2017 Discovery Pass.
10 Tropical Destinations That Are Still Cheap
Looking for an amazing tropical adventure, but not looking to break the bank? We have you covered.
What Is Canyoning?
Travelling in the canyons of the world using a variety of techniques and several outdoor activities like walking, climbing, swimming, jumping, etc.,...
Is Turkey in Europe or Asia?
While in Turkey, whether or not you're in Europe or Asia depends on where in the country you happen to be.
The Busiest Airports In Mexico
The Mexico City International Airport ranked as the busiest airport in Mexico in 2016 with a passenger traffic count of 41,710,254 .
The Busiest Airports In Switzerland
The Zurich Airport, located in Zurich, a popular tourist destination in Switzerland, is the busiest airport in Switzerland.
5 Unusual Things to Do in New York
Come and explore the real New York City beyond the tourist traps - you may be surprised by what you find.
The Busiest Airports In Africa
Africa's four busiest airports are located in South Africa, Egypt, and Morocco, all major tourist destinations in the continent.
Where Is The World's Littlest Skyscraper Located?
Possibly a result of a fraudulent investment scheme, the Newby-McMahon Building is often dubbed the "world's smallest skyscraper".
Which Countries Are Affected by the Travel Ban on Electronics?
This ban represents some of the most strict travel restraints to be implemented since 9/11.
Grand-Pré: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Canada
The cultural landscape of Grand-Pré bears testimony to the development agricultural farmland in the 17th century by the Acadians.
Top Source Countries For Tourists To Canada
In 2015, 22,057,860 tourists from the United States visited Canada, the highest among the source countries for tourists to Canada.
Shark Bay: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Australia
Located on the west coast of Western Australia, the Shark Bay has the largest seagrass beds in the world, and houses 10% of the world's dugongs.
Lord Howe Island Group: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Australia
A group of 28 small islands and rocks, the Lord Howe Island Group is an outstanding example of oceanic islands of volcanic origin.
The Rideau Canal: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Canada
The 202 kilometres long Rideau Canal that connects the city of Ottawa to the city of Kingston in Ontario is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of...
Lunenburg: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Canada
With its unique architecture and civic design, Lunenburg is the best example of planned British colonial settlement in Nova Scotia, Canada.