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Aquaventure - Atlantis
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Aquaventure - Atlantis

Splash into Aquaventure Waterpark before exploring the underwater world of Atlantis' Ambassador Lagoon.
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Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Long known for its “old world” charm, from the historic Faneuil Hall to the Freedom Trail that celebrates Boston’s preeminent role in the American Revolution, Boston has come a long way towards staking its claim in the 21st century. With the completion of the “Big Dig,” which buried Boston’s vast network of highways underground, Boston has hit the new century running. Attractions span the old and the new, including beautiful public libraries, fascinating museums and plenty of sports. With a collection of parks set to take the place of the ungainly elevated highways, the years to come promise to see Boston grow ever more beautiful.
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Funchal, Madeira

Funchal, Madeira

The 6th largest city of Portugal, known for its wine, amazing weather, Cristiano Ronaldo and so much more. The city has attracted celebrated visitors for centuries, the likes of Winston Churchill, who created several of his paintings in Madeira. The city is filled with historical buildings, fantastic cuisine and surrounded by truly spectacular Madeira nature. You can find a lot of traditional products in this town such as Madeira wine, pastel de nata, and traditional embroidery.
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Sheikh Zayed Road Time-lapse
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Sheikh Zayed Road Time-lapse

See how Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai's main arterial highway, presents iconic silhouettes across the city.
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NYE In Dubai
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

NYE In Dubai

New Year's Eve in Dubai is a celebration like no other. From grand fireworks to non-stop parties, you'll want to be in this city for the next countdown.
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Kinkaku-Ji
Kyoto, Japan

Kinkaku-Ji

As Kyōto's most iconic landmark, Kinkaku-Ji (literally the "Temple of the Golden Pavillion"), is undoubtedly astonishing. Built in 1397, the complex was the retirement villa of the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. Soon after his death in 1408, the structure was converted into a Zen temple of the Rinzai sect by his son. Engulfed in flames several times throughout the ages, the current complex was rebuilt true to the original in 1955 (except for the top two floors that were both covered in gold leaf). Thousands of sightseers pack the site to glance at the breathtaking Gold Temple, its reflection shimmering in the serene pond in a picturesque setting. It's best to go early in the morning or just before closing to avoid queuing in notoriously slow-moving lines.
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Gion District
Kyoto, Japan

Gion District

Developed in the Sengoku period as a village for the visitors of the nearby shrine (Yasaka Shrine), the historic district is famous for being the home of geisha (the Japanese entertainment). Narrow streets dotted with teahouses, local eateries, traditional wooden houses, and bars and nightclubs are crammed with tourists from all over the world, wishing to see a geisha in their colourful kimono. The best way to explore the picturesque district is from Hanami-kōji street towards Shijō-dōri.
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