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What are the major Festivals Celebrated throughout Nepal??

What are the major Festivals Celebrated throughout Nepal?? | Places to go | Scoop.it
“ Nepal, a predominantly Hindu and Buddhist nation, is gifted with assorted festivals which mostly takes place during post-monsoon season. Thanks to the indigenous cultures and inhabitants residing t...”
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Finding Nemo in Malapascua Island, the Philippines

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“ Finding Nemo in Malapascua Island, the Philippines”
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Hangzhou to get first Dreamliner flights | Travel Daily Asia

Hangzhou to get first Dreamliner flights | Travel Daily Asia | Places to go | Scoop.it
The popular Chinese tourist destination of Hangzhou will welcome the Boeing 787 Dreamliner for the first…
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Runaway Photo: Beach in the Philippines

Runaway Photo: Beach in the Philippines | Places to go | Scoop.it
the main reason I wanted to go to the Philippines was the world-famous beaches. Boracay and Cebu are two of the most popular honeymoon destinations to Korean newlyweds. I’ve heard the emerald colour beach, which we don’t have in Korea, is wonderful in the Philippines but I’ve never been yet. The fact I don’t enjoy cold weather so much was an another good reason to visit this tropical country.
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Punchbowl Crater - Home to the Cemetery of the Pacific

Punchbowl Crater - Home to the Cemetery of the Pacific | Places to go | Scoop.it
“ Punchbowl Crater is an extinct volcanic tuff cone in Honolulu, Hawaii used as a sacrificial ground in ancient times. It is now home to a national cemetery.”
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