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Searching for hot new travel places ? Here are my top 5 travel places to see : Exploring Chinatown is one of the best things to do in Singapore, no matter how many times you’ve visited the city. It’s great for shopping – many swear you’ll find the cheapest souvenirs here – you’ll see all kind of important attractions and find plenty of authentic Chinese food. There are countless restaurants and hawker food vendors to choose from. Learn more about its history from the Chinatown Heritage Centre on Pagoda Street. Its main focus is on the Chinese immigrants who lived a hard life and were the main group of people who founded Singapore. Other attractions include Thian Hock Keng Temple, the oldest temple in Singapore, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Eu Yan Sang Chinese Medical Hall and Maxwell Road Food Centre.

Costa Rica fishing charters and top destinations : The Poas Volcano National Park is one of the most visited volcanic parks and for a very good reason: The Poas volcano is the largest and most active volcano in Costa Rica. It rises 8,885 feet (2,708 meters) high, with a main crater filled with a stunning blue-green colored lake called Laguna Botas. Surrounding the volcanic area, there are multiple different ecosystems, including cloud forests, rainforests, and low mountain forests, which are home to 79 species of birds and a lot of small mammals. There are well maintained and marked hiking trails in the park, too.

Searching for info regarding this awesome place called Galapagos? Espanola Island is world famous for its enchanting, spectacular Galapagos attractions. You can visit its exquisite coral white sand beach by cruising to the Gardner bay. Have a pleasant view of the turquoise waters of the ocean. Also, Espanola Island is a fantastic destination for snorkeling and swimming in the clear waters. You can also explore the nearby islets. On the west of this fabulous island, you can find Punta Suarez where you can walk on the lava rocks along the trail which is about 1670 meters. You can observe nests of beautiful blue footed boobies, Nazca boobies, endemic Galapanos Albatrosses and colonies of endemic marine iguanas here. Read more details on Africa Travel Stories.

Bali is an incredible destination, so much colour, a must see for any travel enthusiast. Gili Air is kind of a mix of Gili Meno and Gili T. Personally it’s the one I’d skip if you could only visit two of the islands, but it does have all the attributes of an island paradise, so it could be a good option. Getting to the Gili Islands: You can catch a fast ferry from Bali to the Gili Islands – it’ll take a few hours all up and can be booked from popular destinations in Bali such as Seminyak and Kuta. It’s not the cheapest option and apparently the seas can get rough, but it’s the most common way to get there. You can also take a public ferry to Lombok (from Padang Bai in Bali) then travel overland to Bangsal where you can take a local boat to your island of choice. Another option is to fly to Lombok then organise transport to Bangsal.

Another UNESCO-listed megalithic site, the prehistoric Hagar Qim Temples are on Malta’s south coast in a commanding position on a rocky plateau overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the Island of Filfla. Dating between 3600 BC to 3200 BC, the ancient site was buried under mounds of earth until its discovery in 1839. The facade, made up of two upright stones supporting one stone lintel, has a striking entrance. The builders of these remarkable prehistoric temples did not use a symmetrical layout of the three chambers. Instead, the chambers and apses connect with one another but not in a uniform plan. Each temple was built as an individual place of worship. The largest megalith of this 5,000-year-old site is more than seven meters long and weighs approximately 20 tons. The little boulders, the size of bowling balls, strewn about the site were used like castors to move the massive megaliths into place. Artifacts found on the site, including the Fat deities, believed to be symbols of fertility, and the nude Venus of Malta, are on display at the National Museum of Archeological in Valletta. See extra details on Book Flights.