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  • The Tallest Skyscraper in the World

    The Burj Khalifa, in Dubai, is the tallest skyscraper in the world. It has 162 floors and is 828 meters tall!

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  • The Castle of Chapultepec

    The Castle of Chapultepec in Mexico City is considered the only castle in America. Visit it and discover all the treasures it houses.

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  • Tokyo Tower: Is There an Eiffel Tower in Japan?

    Tokyo Tower’s design was inspired by the Eiffel Tower. It’s one of the most important and tallest attractions in Tokyo.

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  • The World’s Tallest Green Building

    Whether you like sports tourism, sustainable travel or photography contests, visit Taipei 101, the world’s tallest green building.

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  • A Cruise Across the Panama Canal

    The Panama Canal is a magnificent work of engineering that profits from the strategic geographical location of Panama. Sail across it aboard a cruise ship!

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  • The best view in NYC

    Visit One World Observatory in NY and enjoy a 360-degree view of Manhattan. Discover The Great Apple and its history from great heights.

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  • The Sphinx of Giza

    The Great Sphinx of Giza is the biggest stone sculpture in the world and it’s one of the main attractions in Egypt.

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  • Tokyo SkyTree

    The SkyTree in Tokyo is the world’s tallest tower with 634 meters. Include it in your next trip to Japan.

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  • Trekking Guide for the Great Wall in China

    Discover the Great Wall in China by visiting 3 of its most attractive and surprising sections.

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  • Incarnation’s Mushrooms

    Visit the Metropol-Parasol and find archaeological remains, modern architecture and the best views of Seville’s Historic Center.

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  • The Singapore Flyer Ferris Wheel

    The Singapore Flyer has everything: 541 feet of height, a ride duration of 30 minutes and panoramic views of Marina Bay.

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  • St. Pancras International Train Station

    St. Pancras train station in London harbors works of art that reflect its soul as well as that of the people who converge in it.

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  • New England Aquarium and Skywalk Observatory

    Boston invites you to live unique experiences: from the bottom of the ocean at the New England Aquarium, to the sky, at the Skywalk Observatory.

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  • Tour to The City of Nara

    Visit Nara, the city where you’ll find one of Japan’s largest bronze statues of Buddha, its second tallest pagoda, and hundreds of friendly deer.

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  • Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia

    Discover the unfinished and perfect work by Antoni Gaudi: the Sagrada Familia, one of the 12 treasures of Spain and one of the Seven Wonders of Catalonia.

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  • Padre Tembleque Aqueduct

    Travel to discover the Padre Tembleque Aqueduct in Mexico, and learn how humankind has conquered an element that grants us life: water.

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  • The Big Buddha of Kamakura

    The Big Buddha or Daibutsu of Kamakura is a giant bronze statue that’s considered a national treasure in Japan. Visit it with us!

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  • Enjoy the Dubai Landscape

    Climb up to the 124th floor of the Burj Khalifa in order to have Access to the panoramic overlook.

  • Save at the Burj

    If you buy your tickets to the Burj Khalifa online, you’ll save some cash.

  • Dubai Day and Night

    Climb up to the Burj Khalifa in the evening, between 4 and 5 pm. This way you’ll enjoy some daylight and nighttime views.

  • Purchase a Sunset Flex Priority Admission Ticket

    Purchase a Sunset Flex Priority Admission Ticket for the One World Observatory in NYC. This way you’ll skip lines and enjoy the best views of Manhattan at sunset.

  • Meet Japan's Emperor

    If you want to meet Japan’s emperor, travel to Japan on December 23rd or January 2nd, when he and his family go out in public in order to celebrate his birthday and the New Year.

  • Choose the Best Hotel Location

    If you plan a visit to Hakone reserve a hotel in Tokyo, which is only 2 hours away from this destination.

  • Plan a Route

    The Tokyo Sky Tree is very close to Asakusa, one of the most popular boroughs in Tokyo. Profit the chance to visit several attractions in one day.

  • Find the Best Views

    From top of the Tokyo Sky Tree you’ll have one of the best panoramic views of the city because you’ll get to see above the skyline, so make the most of your camera.

  • Fill Your Memories with Light

    Prepare your camera and photograph the Tokyo Sky Tree at night, when they light the tower with LED lights in blue and purple shades.

  • Follow Etiquette Rules

    Littering in Singapore earns you a high fine, so mind your manners!

  • Save on Tips

    In Singaporean restaurants there is often a 10% service charge added to the bill, so you don’t need to tip extra.

  • Save Some Cash

    Take your own napkins to Singaporean restaurants because you need to pay extra for them.

  • Save on Rides

    The most practical means of transportation in Singapore is the MRT train system.

  • Save on Rides

    Taxis in Singapore have different rates depending on the car’s color and model. Silver ones offer a premier service, so they’re more expensive. Save cash by taking a yellow or blue cab.

  • Get Vaccinated

    Before traveling to Singapore get an International Vaccination Certificate for Yellow Fever if you visited Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru or Venezuela 6 days prior to your trip.

  • Make a Toast with a Singapore Sling

    Enjoy a Singapore Sling at the Flyer Lounge located on Level 3 of the retail terminal of Singapore Flyer.

  • Follow the Rules

    If you use public transport in Singapore, remember that you can’t ear or drink while riding them. Avoid fines!

  • Drink Safe

    In Singapore, it’s safe to drink tap water.

  • Save in Rides

    If you take the subway in Singapore, which is very comfortable, keep your ticket and get a discount in your next trip.

  • Watch a 3D film at the New England Aquarium

    Complement your visit to New England Aquarium with a film by going to the Simons IMAX 3D Theater.

  • Visit Yoshikien Garden

    During your trip to Nara, visit Yoshikien, a Japanese attraction that houses three unique gardens: a pond garden, a moss garden, and a tea ceremony garden.

  • Check Out All You Can Do in Barcelona

    Read the Guia del Ocio guide in which you’ll find publications about cultural activities and excursions in Barcelona.

  • Tip in Barcelona

    Tipping in bars and restaurants is customary in Barcelona. Leave between 5 and 10% of your total bill.

  • Check Exchange Rates

    Check exchange rates at local currency exchange establishments. Some of them charge extra fees that add up to excessive amounts.

  • The Best Time to Visit The Sagrada Familia

    The Sagrada Familia usually overflows with travelers that visit it from all around the world. Although it opens daily at 9:00 a.m., the best time to visit it is after 3:00 p.m.

  • Photographs of Padre Tembleque Aqueduct

    When you visit a huge work of engineering such as the Padre Tembleque Aqueduct, remember to pack a wide-angle lens for your camera so that you can capture the most part of its 66 arches.

  • Read Rudyard Kipling Before Going to Kamakura

    Before visiting the Buddha of Kamakura, read Kim, a novel by Rudyard Kipling. Several of the verses included in the first chapters of this novel make reference to this Japanese sculpture the author visited on a trip he made in 1892.

  • The Record-breaking Skyscraper

    The Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest building in the world and it reached that height on July 17th 2009, when it broke more than a dozen records.

  • A Speedy Ascent

    The lifts at the Burj Khalifa ascend at a speed of 10km/h.

  • Million-dollar Architecture

    The Downtown Burj Khalifa complex cost 20 thousand million dollars.

  • If you visit One World Observatory in the morning

    If you visit One World Observatory in the morning and it’s a clear day, apart from Manhattan and Brooklyn, you’ll get to see New Jersey.

  • Lots of Places to Study

    In Tokyo there are over 150 universities.

  • Sky High Transmissions

    The Tokyo Sky tree is the tallest transmission tower in the world with its 634 meters.

  • Communication Problems

    The Tokyo Sky Tree was built in order to achieve a better transmission because the signal that was transmitted from the previous tower that was 333 meters tall was always obstructed.

  • Sky High Architecture

    The Tokyo Sky Tree is presently the second tallest man-made structure.

  • No Bubbles!

    In Singapore it’s forbidden to chew gum in public places. It’s considered as something that causes littering.

  • Lions City

    Singapore means “Lions City” in Sanskrit.

  • Double Independence

    Singapore has had two Independence movements, one from Great Britain and the other one from Malaysia.

  • The Asian Tigers

    Singapore is considered one of the four Asian tigers. The other ones are Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan.

  • Singlish

    Most people in Singapore speak Singlish, a hybrid language that combines English, Cantonese and Malayan, among other languages.

  • Round Trip

    Each rotation of the Singapore Flyer is about 30 minutes.

  • Singaporean Diversity

    In Singapore you can find diverse cultural neighborhoods, such as the Chinese, Indian and Arab boroughs.

  • Millionaire Destinations

    Singapore is the fourth financial center in the world.

  • Thousands of Places Where to Stay

    In Singapore there are more than 30,000 hotel rooms that meet the country’s great economical and touristic demand.

  • Hop-on Hop-off buses in Boston

    New England Aquarium is usually part of major stops hop-on hop-off buses make in Boston, so take it into account if you want to find transportation to this attraction.

  • Omizutori in Todiji Temple

    Omizutori is a series of events held every March 1st to 14th at Todaiji Temple. These Buddhist rituals have been organized for more than 1250 years and they celebrate the second month of the lunar calendar. During the events, giant torches of up to 8 meters are hung from a balcony, lit and held over the crowd. The burning embers that shower are said to guarantee onlookers a safe year.

  • Double-Deckers in Barcelona

    In post-War Barcelona there were double-decker buses such as the ones commonly found in England.

  • Sagrada Familia Audioguide

    The Audioguide for The Sagrada Familia should be purchased online as it’s not available in situ. It’s collected at the point of distribution that you can find upon entering the church and it’s available in the following languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese and Russian.

  • Padre Tembleque Aqueduct, a Multicultural Project

    The hydraulic system created by Padre Tembleque shows the combination of European constructive traditions related with the Roman aqueducts, hydraulic techniques created by the Arabs and collective work techniques that were customary in Mesoamerica. It’s definitely a multicultural project.

  • The Big Buddha of Kamakura in numbers

    In total, the Daibutsu of Kamakura measures more than 43.8 ft. Its faces measures 7 ft. 9 in., while each eye is 3 ft. 3 in. wide and its mouth is 2 ft. 8 in. wide. Its ears are particularly large with a height of 6 ft. 3 in.