Jamaica is known for the rastafarian culture and reggae music. Blues is the heart of Mississippi. Sufi immediately reminds of the locale “high culture” blocks in Saudi Arabia. Italy is known for Opera. Fado music has the roots in Portugal. New York is famous for the operas. EDM is taking the world by dance-based entertainment. The music has taken an alternative turn with Indies which emerged as a new style and genre. Tourism and travel have various forms and often overlooked, music and tourism share a great deal in common. Music tourism has far more impact on people than imagined. Music has become the unifier of people in multicultural settings through music festivals. Read more »


Germany boasts of a history of two millennia, terrain of vast forests, rivers and mountain ranges. Berlin is the heart of the country which is thriving on art and night life. On historical significance, Germany boasts of sites which have memories from the World War II. Germany takes you to a remarkable spread of feasts, festivals, cultures, traditions, scenery and historical towns.
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“Think about virtual reality like uranium. It can heat homes, and it can destroy nations.”-Jeremy Bailenson

What would you do if you could do anything and everything? It isn’t a hypothetical question because virtual reality would change the experiences of reality. VR is the way to create flows, flows of sky diving, writing impressive poetry, being a surfer in the toughest waves, coding a new algorithm or creating your own Virtual Reality community.
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2014 Web Summit - Day 3 - Centre Stage

Which is the most important start-up gathering on the planet since 2010? Inevitably, the answer is Web Summit. In the span of five years, Web Summit has peaked to over 42, 000 attendees from 134 countries in the world. The attendees range from Fortune 500 companies to the most exciting start-ups of the world. It is defined as the “best annual technology conference in the world”.Web Summit is run by Ci, a company that runs events throughout the world including F.ounders Dublin, RISE in Hong Kong, Collision in the US and MoneyConf in Belfast.
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WORLD HERITAGE WEEK is round the corner and ensembles a tribute to the rich heritage, traditional arts and craft. The week is celebrated to increase the awareness and encourage the preservation of the rich cultural heritage and ancient monuments of the world. Celebrated all over the world every year from 19th of November to 25th of November, the week enlightens the architectural marvels and heritage sites through various mediums of art. Read more »


From grand events to small village fairs, Diwali marks the most important date on the calendar of Hindus all over the world. The clay lamps, beautiful decorations, bonfires, designing floors with rangoli, sharing of the sweets, colorful fireworks, mega discounts on shopping spree, Diwali gifts, togetherness by family gatherings, religious fervor and magnificent festivity marks the pricelessness of this festival. If you want to experience the festive enthusiasm in India, visit during Diwali.
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Think you can handle scary experiences? Do you love the feeling when the darkest corners on the streets give you goose bumps at night? Do you think that you can look in the face of the fear and laugh? Every Halloween, the scariest corn mazes, haunted houses, monsters, zombies and the creepiest places attract people from all around the world. We reveal few Halloween festivals and attractions which would either test the mettle in you or make you sleep with the lights in your room on.
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“If you’re twenty-two, physically fit, hungry to learn and be better, I urge you to travel as far and as widely as possible. Sleep on floors if you have to. Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them wherever you go.” -Anthony Bourdain, Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook

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The films are rated on the gigantic budget used in the making and the amount recovered after the release. The film industry boasts of multi-million dollars blockbusters and stacks of money paid to the actors. On the contrary, there has been less VAT on the film production and film makers focus more on the creative ideas which come at the price of a shoe string. In recent times, few dynamic and soul-stirring movies have been made with the budget of a shoe string and sometimes, literally just with a shoe string.
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