Mask Festival – Andong Folk Villiage, Soth Korea

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Andong Folk Village
Home of the Mask Festival

Andong is a small city in the South-east corner of the country. It’s famous for food and right near the train station is a food street where deliciousness awaits you at every turn. The highlight of the city is the “Hahoe Folk Village.” They are famous for the mask dance that happens every weekend and their 2 week long festival they hold every year in the fall. The best part is that you can sleep overnight in the village in one of the traditional houses.
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Top 5 Gorgeous Festivals that are Held in Bahrain

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Top 5 Gorgeous Festivals that are Held in Bahrain

Bahrain is a little island nation in the Persian Gulf and Manama is its capital. Populated by distinctive religions, Bahrain all the year round sees one celebration or an alternate being commended in pageantry and glory. Celebrations like Eid ul Adha, Eid ul Fitr and a lot of people more are praised crosswise over Bahrain. General Bahrain celebrations and occasions offer a sight into the lively society of this island country.
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Cheap Accommodation In Europe

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The Euro remains insanely strong, and it’s becoming more and more challenging to find good deals on hotels in Europe.

If you haven’t traveled to Europe in quite a while, you’ll notice quite a change in hotel lodging. No longer is it easy to find a really cheap and clean hotel with baths down the hall. In fact, it’s nearly impossible. Those small, family hotels Europe was known for are disappearing rapidly, especially outside of rural areas.
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Cheap Living In The Most Expensive Cities

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A recently conducted survey on the most expensive cities to live in reveal that the city state of Singapore is the most expensive city to live in on Earth, followed by the cities of Paris, Oslo, Zurich and Sydney. So, if you are thinking of trying out life in any of these expensive cities, we give you a quick rundown on how much it’ll cost you to have a roof over your head, a meal to warm your tummy and a way to get around the city if you are on a tight budget.
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Ways To Get Free Hotel Stay Through Social Media

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Today where hotels are using the social media to reach out to its customers. With the increase competition, the hotels are dangling free room stays through competition and other social engagement activities to attract eyeballs.

Here’s how to get a free hotel stay by utilizing social media.
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Sydney Festival 2015

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Sydney Festival is Australia’s largest and most attended annual cultural event running every January since it was first held in 1977. Its program features around 80 events including contemporary and classical music, dance, circus, drama, visual arts and artist talks. The festival attracts an estimated 1 million people to its ticketed shows and large-scale free outdoor events.

Please refer to the following site for full details:

http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/info/

 

 

Thailand’s Full Moon Party

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The Full Moon Party is an all-night beach party that originated in Haad Rin on the island of Ko Pha Ngan, Thailand on the night before or after every full moon.

The first Full Moon Party was improvised at a wooden disco not far from the beach in 1985 for giving thanks to about 20-30 travelers. They quickly gained fame through word of mouth, and the event now draws a crowd of about 20,000-30,000 every full moon evening. The party carries on until the sun rises the next day. The bars on the sunrise beach of Haad Rin town stay open and play music such as R&B, drum and bass, house, dance and reggae.
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Beaches Of Boracay Island

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Have you seen Boracay’s other beaches? These are the beaches in Boracay Island.

Boracay and White Beach have always been used interchangeably, since the latter has always been the island’s biggest crowd-drawer. But do you know, or have ever visited, the more than 12 other beaches of Boracay Island? Some of these beaches look just as beautiful as White Beach—fine white sand, clear waters and all—while others have clearly seen better days. One thing is for sure though: visiting all these beaches could be an adventure in itself. It’s a great way to go around and get a glimpse of the local life.
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2014 Asian Beach Games

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The Fourth Asian Beach Games are to be held in Phuket Island, Thailand. The games were originally scheduled for Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, Philippines, but was affected by the OCA’s hosting changes. The games will fall on the same year of the 17th Asian Games. It will be the seventh time for Thailand to host an Asia level multi-sports event, after Bangkok held four Asian Games, one Asian Indoor Games and one Asian Martial Arts Games. However, it will be the first time that the event won’t be held in Bangkok.

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See Machu Picchu In Video

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Machu Picchu, simply translated as old peak, is one of the most famous landmarks in the world.
Videographer Devin had the lucky opportunity to travel to Peru, Machu Picchu, and many other locations in South America thanks to Dick Jensen and Alan McKay tours. He made sure to have his cameras rolling the entire time, and put together this glorious super cut, that he titled Road To Machu Picchu, from his trip. So sit back, press play, and take a 4 minute free vacation.

Enjoy your video here:

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