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Recent Travel Guides
Asia & the Pacific
- Dining Etiquette in Hong Kong In Hong Kong, communal eating is essential to everything from family life to concluding business deals. Here are a few rules and customs worth following to make sure you end up with food—and not your foot—in your mouth.
- A Visit to Victoria: Planning Your Time in the Capital Some of Victoria’s commercial attractions are worth every cent, whereas others are routine at best. Get to know the capital city and plan your visit with this overview by expert Andrew Hempstead.
- Plan a Trip to Bermuda: When and Where to Go Author Rosemary Jones covers the basics of planning a trip to Bermuda, offering an overview of the different parishes, necessary documents, and best times of the year to visit.
- Festivals and Events in Belize City September is Belize’s golden month, with three weeks of festivities celebrating the country’s independence. Learn more about Belize City festivals in September, as well as events to plan for (or around) during the rest of the year.
- The Mount of Olives: My Most Memorable Experience in Jerusalem Jerusalem expert Genevieve Belmaker shares her experience of visiting the Mount of Olives for the first time—and the inspiring impact it had on her.
- Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve: Accommodations and Food Planning a trip to Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve? Here are some options for accommodations and food in the area, as well as information about package tours available from locations in and around Punta Allen.
- Discover Viña del Mar in the Chilean Heartland Renowned for its white-sand beaches that stretch north through the suburbs of Reñaca and Concón, Viña del Mar is also known as Chile’s Ciudad Jardín (Garden City) for its Mediterranean cityscapes. Here’s an overview of the area and some essentials for planning your trip.
- Touring the Sandy Lowlands: Barbecue, Antiques, and More Between the Triangle and the beaches are a band of small towns like Wilson which continue to be culturally vital, architecturally interesting, and full of good places to browse for antiques and to gobble up barbecue. Here’s a quick look at the Sandy Lowland’s towns and state parks.