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The city of Beijing is the capital of China. This city has been renowned for centuries as a political and business center of China. Beijing has nearly 20 million inhabitants living within the city. Some of the most noted building(structures) in Beijing are the: Temple of Heaven, and Beijing National Stadium. Beijing is noted for having a strong link to their long...

Singapore is a large city-state that is located underneath Indonesia and Malaysia. This city-state is known for its hot, wet climate and features plenty of rainforest in the surrounding area. Many visitors come to Singapore to visit these rainforest and interact with the locals. Unlike many other countries, Singapore is actually beginning to warm up during the month...

The city of Shanghai is the largest populated city in China and in the world! It is located next to the Pacific Ocean, making it a great place to visit for seafood and water activities. January by far is the coldest time in Shanghai, with an average of high of 8C. The average lows of Shanghai in January are about 1C. Seeing as this city is so close to the ocean, it...

Macau is one of the most famous regions within China. This region lies to the east of Hong Kong and has been noted as one of the richest places in 2002. This regions thrives heavily on gambling and tourist attractions(to a lesser degree it is known for its manufacturing of goods). For those thinking of traveling to Macau in February there are a few things to consider...

Istanbul is the largest and most populated city found in Turkey. In 2012 Istanbul was named one of the top five tourist destinations in the world. This city is well known for its historical building and sites, that have drawn tourists from all over the planet. If you are planning a trip to Istanbul in February it is important that you know a little about the weather...

The city of Bangkok is the most heavily populated city in Thailand. This city is known for both its impressive business centrals as well as ancient Buddhist Temples. Both the architecture as well as the landscape is a sight to see. Bangkok has been a central hub for the arts, entertainment as well as fashion. Before planning a trip to Bangkok in February it is important...

February is the perfect time to visit Hong Kong. It’s not just the clear blue skies and the cool weather you are likely to love, but the whole party atmosphere of the city, too. The biggest event of the calendar, i.e., Chinese New Year sees the whole city take wear its party hats. The last day of Chinese New Year also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day sees thousands...

The largest city of Turkey, Istanbul is located on the northwestern coast of Turkey and is full of sightseeing opportunities. January is one of the coldest months here, but you can always escape the cold by popping into the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum which is full of beautiful pieces of carpets, calligraphy pieces and Istanbul’s history. Besides, you just cannot...

Due to its location on Persian Gulf, Dubai enjoys a hot and dry climate throughout the year. Though January is Dubai’s coldest month, expect to see mild temperatures. There is hardly and any rain and humidity which makes it a perfect time to visit the 8th most visited city in the world. The annual Dubai marathon also takes place towards the end of January and is...

Bangkok is Thailand’s capital city and is home to over 12% of Thailand’s population. The city is an emerging force in finance and business and hosts regional headquarters of various MNCs. It is well known for its vibrancy and decadence and the notorious red light districts, too. It is warm throughout the year, so irrespective of the season, you are bound to have...

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