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7 really unusual airlines and in-flight services around the world

While most are unique, few are really wacky!

Do you know about the Cherry Blossom Festival in Shillong this November?

The Himalayan cherry blossom lights up parts of the East Khasi Hills and the state capital Shillong to mark the beginning of India’s version of autumn. The state hosts a festival on the theme. Scroll down for details, to pack your bags and witness this scenic beauty,

Ahoy There, Mommy! Family Sails Around World on YouTube

Maybe what compels is simply their competence and equanimity. There is no whinging on board La Vagabonde.

Virat, Anushka ring in his 31st birthday in Bhutan; here’s why you should visit the country

The small country bordering India, is, quite literally, a road-trip away for travel enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

Haven’t been to Jodhpur yet? Here’s why you should plan a trip to the Blue City at the earliest

The city was founded in the year 1459 by Rao Jodha, a Rajput chief belonging to the Rathore clan.

These six places are considered as the world’s most haunted; how many have you visited?

This Halloween, instead of going for a horror movie marathon, read up everything on some of the world's most haunted places.

This Indian city has made it to the 50 ‘most beautiful cities in the world’ list

Compiled by Flight Network, the list was charted in consultation with some of the world’s top travel professionals, including travel writers, bloggers and agencies.

Five picturesque destinations under 1.5 lakh to bring in Christmas and New Year

Plan ahead of time, be an early bird, and get the best deals.

Brazil says it will no longer require visas from Chinese, Indian citizens

Bolsonaro, a far-right politician, came to power at the beginning of the year and has made it a policy to reduce visa requirements from a number of developed countries.

The world gets its first guitar-shaped hotel; here’s everything you need to know

The engineering masterpiece stands at an impressive height of 450 feet.

Here’s why you should plan a trip to the university town of Shantiniketan

Not many know that 'Shantiniketan' was actually the name of a guesthouse that Tagore senior had built when he founded the Brahmo Samaj circa 1863.

This Indian city could become one of the top 10 trending destinations in the world, study finds

The study also predicts an influx of tourists primarily from countries like New Zealand, Croatia and Mexico, in the coming year.