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Travel video of the week: Sentinelese: world’s most isolated tribe

Travel video of the week: Sentinelese: world’s most isolated tribe Sentinelese are the world’s most isolated tribe. They are an uncontacted tribe living in North Sentinel Island, one of the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean. They vigorously reject all contact with outsiders. The Indian government abandoned altogether their plans to establish contact with Sentinelese. Many believe that it is vital to respect their wish The post Travel video of the week: Sentinelese: world’s most isolated tribe appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Go to Source Author: Paul Johnson Tweet

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A new take on the January blues

A new take on the January blues We’ve got a new take on the January blues… here we highlight some of the most beautiful blue places around the world to visit, from exploring the brightly-coloured alleyways of Chefchaouen in Morocco to sailing around the turquoise waters and tropical islands of Raja Ampat in Indonesia on a traditional phinisi yacht. Chefchaouen, Morocco Chefchaouen The post A new take on the January blues appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Go to Source Author: Thomas Ryves Tweet

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Asia’s 2019 travel hot list

Asia’s 2019 travel hot list So many of recent openings have excited us lately that it’s been quite a feat to narrow down the latest and hottest news to a mere handful… we love taking travellers out of their ‘comfort zones’ and introducing people to new or unusual experiences that engage them with deeper and unexpected layers of a destination. The post Asia’s 2019 travel hot list appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Go to Source Author: James Jayasundera Tweet

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Top 6 destinations in Asia for a luxury Winter getaway

Top 6 destinations in Asia for a luxury Winter getaway As the winter months creep into the Northern Hemisphere, the temptation to swap the chilly drizzle of the British Isles for brighter and warmer climes elsewhere is at an all-time high. Here are some of our absolute favourite spots to escape to across the globe at this time of year to get our fix of The post Top 6 destinations in Asia for a luxury Winter getaway appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Go to Source Author: James Jayasundera Tweet

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How even really busy people can have travel experiences of a lifetime

How even really busy people can have travel experiences of a lifetime Awesome Experiences provides travel experiences of a lifetime for busy people. Helicopter over the ultimate adventure destination of Mount Everest, track gorillas in Rwanda, explore the otherworldly lunar landscapes of South America or visit Rajasthan and the Pushkar Camel Fair. Escape from work for just 7 days – or a fraction longer if you have The post How even really busy people can have travel experiences of a lifetime appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Go to Source Author: Paul Johnson Tweet

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Travel Food Services to adopt eco-friendly packaging at three major Indian airports

Travel Food Services to adopt eco-friendly packaging at three major Indian airports Plastic products to be replaced by oxy-biodegradable packaging Continue reading Travel Food Services to adopt eco-friendly packaging at three major Indian airports at Business Traveller. Plastic products to be replaced by oxy-biodegradable packaging Continue reading Travel Food Services to adopt eco-friendly packaging at three major Indian airports at Business Traveller. Go to Source Author: Business Traveller India{ Geoquono} Tweet

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6 ways to experience India in London

6 ways to experience India in London One need not travel across the world to experience India’s exceptional treasures. London is bursting with some of the finest ancient sculptures, Mughal jewellery, gemstones, textiles, food, fashion and events. To showcase these wonderful Indian links in our capital, we have compiled our own guide of the best and most enticing places to eat, drink, The post 6 ways to experience India in London appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. One need not travel across the world to experience India’s exceptional treasures. London is bursting with some of the finest ancient sculptures, Mughal jewellery, gemstones, textiles, food, fashion and events. To showcase these wonderful Indian links in our capital, we…

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7 perfect destinations for extroverts

7 perfect destinations for extroverts According to the most extensive study on personal space boundaries ever completed, people need less personal space in regions with hot weather. Interestingly the study also found that people from these areas stand even closer to strangers than they do to people they know. So, it might not be too surprising to see that all The post 7 perfect destinations for extroverts appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com/feed/A Luxury Travel BlogFor those who enjoy the finer things in life…Travel887Leora Rothschild -geoquono- Tweet

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12 of the best hotel interiors

12 of the best hotel interiors As travellers today are more frequently in search of the unique and insta-worthy, ever more ravishing interiors are fast replacing the cookie-cutter ‘hotel look’ around the world. There is nothing more exciting than staying in a hotel that far exceeds expectations, capturing the ‘wow factor’ from the very first sight, and the industry is brimming The post 12 of the best hotel interiors appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com/feed/A Luxury Travel BlogFor those who enjoy the finer things in life…Travel887James Jayasundera -geoquono- Tweet

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Asia’s cities of the future

Asia’s cities of the future Your next backpacking trip to Southeast Asia could be a lesson in sustainable development, at least if Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has anything to say about it. In the near future, he hopes, the region’s important major cities will all have one thing in common: they will be classified as “smart cities.” Other countries throughout Asia are following suit, with India and China standing as additional leaders in the movement. Smart cities are kind of like expanded versions of modern tools you might have in your home – the fridge that monitors your grocery use, the electronic virtual assistant that tells you the weather and plays your morning playlist, the app on…

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