Many cultures around the world mark the harvest season with unique celebrations. In Kerala, India there is a festival called Onam that takes place in August or September with a large array of events. On the fourth day of the festivities, hundreds of dancers paint their bodies and dress up as tigers.
In 2020, the Gundam Factory in Yokohama, Japan, unveiled the world's tallest robot.
Places big and small have one thing in common—they all rely on tourism to boost their economies.
Greenlandic YouTuber Teaches the World About Greenland’s Culture and People in Insightful Series of Videos
Greenland is the largest island in the world. Yet, despite its prominent presence on the world map, most people know very little about its culture and the people who call this remote place home. This inspired a Greenlandic woman named Qupanuk to share and teach the world about life in Greenland through a series of insightful videos.
Trains provide reliable, fast, and clean transportation—but apparently, they can also double as nightclubs.
In the 1940s, a mile-long series of tunnels called the Kingsway Exchange Tunnels were constructed underneath Central London.
After three and a half years, Singapore's Changi Airport has revealed Terminal 2's stunning makeover. It's an incredible accomplishment, considering that work began just two months before the airport shuttered its doors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, with tourism numbers returning to pre-pandemic levels, the luxurious airport is greeting visitors with a modern flair.
If you’d like to travel back in time for an evening, there's a restaurant in Paris that will make you...
Join “Thanksgiving Grandma” Wanda and Her “Thanksgiving Grandson” Jamal for Dinner in This Unique Airbnb Experience
Over the last eight years, Wanda Dench and Jamal Hinton have gotten together each year for Thanksgiving.
This year, UNESCO has added 42 new sites to the UNESCO World Heritage list, bringing the total up to 1,199 landmarks across 168 countries. Selected for their historical or cultural significance, these sites will now benefit from the highest level of cultural protection, as well as access to financial assistance from UNESCO. 2023's selections include 33 cultural sites and nine natural sites. Thanks to five new inscribed sites, Africa has now passed a milestone.
Many of the dishes we enjoy today are the result of age-old recipes being passed down from generation to generation.
Have you ever taken a vacation and had so much fun that you wished it could go on forever?