The ancient town of Hoi An is to offer free tickets to the Old Quarter and Thanh Ha pottery village on December 4 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of UNESCO’s recognition of Hoi An as a World Cultural Heritage site.
Living in northwestern England with his family, Robert Puschendorf (’98, Costa Rica) works as a lecturer and coordinator of the biological conservation program at Plymouth University. He credits EARTH University with cultivating his deep interest in biology and thus connecting him to the discipline that would guide his career and life’s research.
The enormously thought-provoking history and culture of Rajasthan speak to the travel-frenzy minds of its tourists in ways like no other state in India does. The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, famously…
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Peter Christensen, an associate professor of art and art history, has a new role as a juror advising the United Nations on determining World Heritage sites.
Tirana, Berat, and Saranda you already know, but this list of ideas for where to go in Albania includes some off the radar ideas that’ll get you excited!
The city of Tallinn is so picturesque it wouldn’t be out of place in a Disney film. Here are all the best things to do in the lesser-known Russian region…
Humanity has come a long way with its numerous discoveries. Everything from new locations to new species to new technologies, history is chock-full of notable findings and breakthroughs.
Cambodian authorities are banning elephant riding at tourist site Angkor Wat, and the elephants are being released to a nearby forest!
Winter is upon us and with it cold and dreary weather, rain, sleet or snow. Why not take a break and get away from it all? The Canary Islands, or Islas…
Located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru, the Nazca Lines are a collection of giant etchings that only make sense from a great height.
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The heritage sites celebrating the week include Qutub Minar, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Delhi Red Fort, Delhi Darwaza, Bhadra Gate among others.
It may be forbidden to climb Uluru now, but there’s plenty to do — such as take tours, ride Segways and skydive — at Australia’s famous monolith.
The times they are a-changin’ but it is human nature to reminisce and find comfort in the past. However, very often, in our quest for progress, we forget to make an effort to safeguard our antique treasures and the many strands of our genesis.
These eight tourist attractions have seen a hefty spike in visitors in the past decade. Here’s how much they’ve changed in the last 10 years.