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Chiang Mai, Thailand (CNN) — Prior to the pandemic, Chiang Mai received around four million international visitors a year, according to Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) figures. But the economic effects of Covid-19 on this tourist city and province of the same name in northern Thailand have been nothing short of devastating, with many travel-related
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(CNN) — Hawaii’s famous Haiku Stairs, sometimes called the Stairway to Heaven, are likely to be removed next year following a Honolulu City Council meeting to discuss ongoing issues with the site. The stairs, whose 3,922 steps wind through a 2,800 foot mountain trail in Kaneohe, on the eastern side of Oahu, were originally built
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(CNN) — Fiji is ready to welcome tourists again by the end of 2021. The island nation had originally intended to reopen its borders to tourists in December, but that date could be moved up as the country’s vaccination program continues. Brent Hill, the CEO of Tourism Fiji, the country’s national tourism body, told CNN
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(CNN) — Despite his surname, Felix Rome never wanted to settle in an urban area. The Salisbury, England native trained as a photographer and eventually landed his dream job — staff shutterbug for a group of safari camps in East Africa. Although Rome was hired to travel between Governor’s Camp‘s properties, the coronavirus pandemic had
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(CNN) — In a city full of superlatives, the latest addition to Dubai‘s long list of “biggests” and “tallests” is about to take its place in the record books. Ain Dubai, the giant observation wheel that has been taking shape on the city’s Bluewaters Island development for more than six years, will open on October
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Heavenly Ski Resort and Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort are using their snowmaking systems to protect the resorts and surrounding areas, according to their Instagram account. “The snow blowers are used because they shoot water into the air,” CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward said. “Anything that gets moisture in the air is good. Essentially, in the winter they
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