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Weird Places to Visit in Las Vegas

Weird Places to Visit in Las Vegas

Las Vegas may be known for it's casinos and wild nights but there are other weird places to visit while in Sin City. Take a look at the weird and wonderful alternatives waiting off the strip.

Enjoying Lunch in the Waters of the Maldives

Enjoying Lunch in the Waters of the Maldives

Why not enjoy the sun and beach while eating lunch in the Maldives with this one of a kind meal served in the water. Served by the Anantara Veli Maldives Resort in Veligandu Huraa with a dining table setup in the turquoise waters so you never have to leave the water.

Top 5 Optical Illusions to Visit

Top 5 Optical Illusions to Visit

Do you love travel and playing tricks on your friends? Why not do both and visit these Top 5 places for optical illusions. Each destination is guaranteed to confuse and delight.

Playing in the Construction Equipment Playground

Playing in the Construction Equipment Playground

Working with construction equipment is a dream job to many so what do you do if you're not in the industry? Well you head over to Las Vegas where you get to play with the big toys in a giant playground.

The Hidden Sculpture Garden in Japan

The Hidden Sculpture Garden in Japan

This hidden garden in Japan is full of over 800 sculptures of various Buddhist deities and human statues. It was accidentally rediscovered by a photographer after years of neglect.

Budapest's Thermal Spa's are the Ideal Place for a Quick Splash

Budapest's Thermal Spa's are the Ideal Place for a Quick Splash

Budapest has a long history of using it's thermal spa water from Roman emperors to Turkish kings. It's time to visit some of Europe's biggest bathhouses and see what it's all about.

The Castle Made of Paper Turned Stone

The Castle Made of Paper Turned Stone

The Vajdahunyad Castle in Budapest, Hungary was originally a temporary structure made of wood and cardboard to represent the various designs found around the country. The final creation was loved by so many people that they rebuilt it from stone to ensure it's longevity.

What's Inside Asia's Longest Cave System?

What's Inside Asia's Longest Cave System?

The Shuanghe Cave in China's Guizhou province is an incredible 186 miles long and is the longest cave system in Asia. Join Zhao Zhongguo as he explores the massive network of tunnels and entrances.

Zig Zagging Down a Well in India

Zig Zagging Down a Well in India

The Panna Meena Ka Kund in India is a marvel of geometric precision. Made of 850 steps diving 8 stories into the ground it was built in the 16th century to save water.

The American / Canadian Border in the Middle of the Road

The American / Canadian Border in the Middle of the Road

There are some strange borders separating countries around the world but this one between America and Canada has to take the cake for weirdest. See how one road literally divides two countries and requires visiting customs just to cross.

Visit the Futuristic Neighbourhood in the Netherlands

Visit the Futuristic Neighbourhood in the Netherlands

If you visit the Netherlands you'll find a neighbourhood made up of futuristic Bolwoningen domes home to average, everyday people. Built in 1984 they were designed to let residents get closer to nature.

How the US Government Made a Town Disappear

How the US Government Made a Town Disappear

Take a look at how the US government made a town disappear during WWII. It went from one of the largest towns in Tennessee to nothing in a matter of months all in a bid to stop the war.

Plunging Off a Dive Coaster in California

Plunging Off a Dive Coaster in California

This dive coaster in California is the only one of it's kind which features a mind boggling 96° drop creating negative G's and a feeling of weightlessness.

How a Japanese Seaweed Delicacy is Farmed

How a Japanese Seaweed Delicacy is Farmed

Off the coast of Okinawa, Japan are farms growing seaweed. Known as Mozuku it's is a delicacy farmed by various farmers each using their own techniques.

Visiting Lake Titicaca's Man Made Floating Islands

Visiting Lake Titicaca's Man Made Floating Islands

Lake Titicaca, besides having the best name ever, is also home to man made floating islands. The islands are made from dried reeds and can be moved about as the residents need.

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