Considered the grandfather of modern Danish design, architect and designer Arne Jacobsen made significant contributions to architectural functionalism. We discover more about Jacobsen’s mastery, examining his simple but functional designs in minimalist Danish style.

Chinese cuisine is distinctive and regionally inspired. Tasted on its native soil, you can really appreciate its depth and variety: from imperial dishes to exotic delicacies, this country has everything. While living in China, I experienced first-hand the country’s rich cuisine culture, filled with unique and, at times, unusual edibles.

When most visit Japan, they may head first to the trendy Harajuku district of Tokyo or perhaps take a pilgrimage to the famous active volcano, Mount Fuji. But if you want to go off the beaten path, head north to the enchanting, rural island of Hokkaido.

From samba in the streets to lavish masquerade balls, cultures celebrating Carnival certainly know how to throw a party, each adding their own unique spin to the festival.

For the adventurous spirit, life begins outside of your comfort zone. The world has so many wondrous secrets waiting to be explored. Discover the unexpected in these top adventure vacation ideas around the world.

Popular tourist destinations certainly have their perks, but when going off the beaten path, tourists can experience the true authenticity of a new place while enjoying a non-tourist holiday. At the lesser-known travel destinations below, true adventure seekers can discover incredible hidden gems while avoiding large crowds and kitschy attractions.

Whether you want to stay in a winter wonderland or prefer escaping the cold, these breathtaking vacation destinations should go straight to your bucket list.

Looking for the perfect tropical destination for your next holiday with friends or family? Whether you’re looking to surf, sunbathe, or take just take in the sunset, pack your cutest bikini and plenty of tanning oil for this list of the best tropical vacations every jet-setter should not miss out on.

Ahh, the great outdoors… a chance to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life and reconnect with mother earth. Honking car horns and recurring ringtones transform into chirping birds, singing crickets, and the rustle of wind through the trees. Mountain landscapes offer awe-inspiring views and a way to see the world from new perspectives.

Thousands of years before modern medicine, the civilizations of the Far East began developing health and medicinal practices still in use today. Centuries later, the ancient customs continue to permeate Eastern cultures. You can still see people harnessing their “Qi” in the park as their ancestors did.

Since 2010, Mexico’s jaguar population has risen up to 4,800 from barely 4,000

Wellness retreats give us the opportunity to withdraw from our frenetic lifestyles. A healing holiday allows guests to relax and recharge through spiritual healing, fitness, meditation, yoga, and workshops. Surround yourself with like-minded peopl

From Indian massacres to Civil War battles, Virginia has plenty of ghost stories hidden within its cities and backwoods. It comes as no surprise considering all of the history that has taken place within this state. Virginia was one of the thirteen original colonies. It also joined the Confederacy during the Civil War, during which Richmond served as the capital city. Touring through Virginia’s many historical locations, one will likely run into a few of its haunted inhabitants.

The Big Easy has become notorious for legends of the paranormal. While walking the French Quarter, visitors can easily pass by some of the most haunted locations in the country.

A two-story brick building greets guests strolling through the cobblestone streets on the east end of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. From the outside, the 300-year-old Public Gaol looks quaint and quiet. Yet some of the most feared pirates, traitors, thieves, and mentally insane used to sit incarcerated inside its chambers. According to those who visit today, the ghosts of the criminals continue to haunt the former colonial jail.

By day, Washington Square National Park offers the perfect setting for sipping a latte under a shady tree. Locals gather beneath the park’s grand arches amidst the street performers and chess players. Yet, at night, a darker energy takes over this seemly inviting square in Greenwich Village. Considered New York City’s most haunted neighborhood, this land served a much different purpose prior to becoming a park.

Places where torment took place on a regular basis become hotbeds for paranormal activity, and Virginia’s St. Albans Sanatorium proves no exception. From electroshock therapy to lobotomies, the treatment for the mentally ill at St. Albans caused tremendous suffering for its patients.

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