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‘Cronut’ craze hits the streets of New York

Ree Saunders
18 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Foodies in New York are going the extra mile in order to sample the latest food craze to hit the city – ‘cronuts.’ Those on holiday in New York are sure to be seduced by the new food too, as sales of the croissant-doughnut hybrid soar across the state.   One ...

Forest fire smog hits Malaysia and Singapore

Marisa Thomas
18 June, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Thick smoke has covered parts of Singapore and Malaysia after a series of illegal forest fires in Indonesia. Officials in both countries have advised residents and those on holiday in Malaysia and Singapore to stay indoors as the smog is expected to reach “unhealthy” levels over the weekend. Air pollution in ...

Tourists to flock to France for WWI centenary

Marisa Thomas
17 June, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

France is expecting to welcome thousands of tourists to the country over the next four years, as it prepares to mark the 100th anniversary of the first battles of World War I.  Events marking the battles, which lasted from 1914 to 1918, will take place up and down the country ...

Germany gets the go ahead to use Channel Tunnel

Nicola Chapman
17 June, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Authorities have announced that Germany has been given permission to use the Channel Tunnel, following three years of debate and negotiation. The decision means the country can now run its 200mph trains directly to London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam using the Channel Tunnel.    Deutsche Bahn has already unveiled plans to run regular ...

Australia’s ‘Best Job’ finalists get close to nature

Ree Saunders
17 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Three of the 18 finalists competing in Australia’s Best Jobs in the World competition have been snapped playing with sea lions, greeting koalas and getting up close and personal with a two-metre python. The three hopefuls are all competing for a chance to become a wildlife carer, spending six months ...

Cambodian mountain trek reveals ancient lost city

CamCity1 Ree Saunders
16 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A team of archaeologists have made a remarkable discovery deep in the Cambodian jungle – a mountain city that has lay hidden for perhaps more than a thousand years.   The site, which has been named as the long-lost city of Mahendraparvata, is located on a mountain called Phnom Kulen, the plateau ...

Millions to flock to Dubai for World Expo

DubEx1 Ree Saunders
16 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Dubai’s aim to maintain and increase its status as one of the world’s greatest tourist destinations has been dealt a boost by the news that the Emirate is set to host the World Expo in 2020.   Dubai holidays have become a cornerstone of Dubai’s economic prosperity, and the addition of the ...

Man of Steel gives US town super tourism boost

Super1 Drew Hendricks
15 June, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

As the world welcomes one of cinema’s most iconic characters back to the big screen, one Midwestern town is benefitting from its unique role as hometown of the red-caped superhero.   The small town of Plano, Illinois, with its population of just 11,000, is about as typically American as they come, and ...

Football fever boosts Brazil’s tourism

Mike Potter
14 June, 2013 by Mike Potter

Football fanatics looking forward to the World Cup in Brazil next year have already been flocking to the country, ahead of next year’s games. Searches for hotels in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo increased by 36 per cent and 32 per cent, respectively, during the first part of this ...

More Brits travelling without insurance

Victoria Hampton
14 June, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has expressed concern over the number of Britons failing to take out travel insurance when on holiday in Europe and further afield. The FCO has highlighted that less than half of young Brits check if their insurance covers them properly. The concern is not just over ...

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