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Fun activities for vegans to enjoy while traveling
  • Bamboo Bee Cooking Classes

    Bamboo Bee offers several vegetarian cooking classes: Thai food: half day, make four dishes, limit of 3 people. 1,500 baht. Fake meat: full day, also learn to make sauces and dressings. 6,000 baht. Restaurant training: one month, serious inquiries only. Ask about price. To book a class or get more Read more [...]

  • MBK Center

    MBK Center is a popular shopping destinations in Bangkok, Thailand. Search for a bargain throughout the eight stories of over 2,000 shops, restaurants, and service centers.

  • Chatuchak Weekend Market

    Chatuchak (or Jatujak, or JJ) Market in Bangkok is the largest weekend market in the world. It has been running for over 70 years and has gone through huge changes from being a small market in Bangkok to welcoming hundreds of thousands of tourists each weekend.

  • Vegetarian shoes

    Vegetarian Shoes creates and sells animal friendly footwear made in England and Europe using high tech breathable micro-fibre – so much better than leather!! Visit their brick and mortar shop in Brighton, or shop online at

  • St Antonin Noble Velo

    If you’re looking for a cycling holiday that combines quiet roads and spectacular scenery, then you’ve come to the right place. We may be a little bit biased, but we think this is one of the best places in the world to ride a bike. Our breaks aren’t for beginners, Read more [...]

  • The Alex and Ani City Center

    ALEX AND ANI City Center is located adjacent to City Hall in downtown Providence in what is now termed Greater Kennedy Plaza. The facility is managed by the Providence Parks Department. ALEX AND ANI City Center operates year-round as an ice-skating center from Thanksgiving in late November to about St. Patrick’s Day Read more [...]

  • RISD Museum

    The RISD Museum acquires, preserves, presents, and interprets works of art and design representing diverse cultures from ancient times to the present. The RISD Museum—southeastern New England’s only comprehensive art museum—was established in Providence in 1877, alongside the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). The Museum’s collection of about 100,000 Read more [...]

  • Petaling Street Market

    The Petaling Street Market is a large outdoor (but covered) market in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown. Renowned for knock-off brands and extreme bargains, the market is enjoyable to experience even if you aren’t looking for a deal on a handbag or pair of sunglasses.

  • Sri Mahamariamman Temple

    Founded in 1973, Sri Mahamariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The ‘Raja Gopuram’ built in 1968 features ornately decorated sculptures and carving, in the style of South Indian temples.

  • Buatong Waterfall

    Buatong Waterfall, also known as the Sticky Waterfall, is a tourist destination in Chetsi Spring Forest Park outside of Chiang Mai. Not actually sticky to the touch, the rough texture of the stone allows visitors to climb up the waterfall with ease, and rope guides help to navigate steeper sections Read more [...]

  • Sunday Night Market Chiang Mai

    Starting at Tha Phae Gate on the east side of the old city, the Sunday Night Market is probably the most popular night market in Chiang Mai. Streets are filled with vendors selling clothing, accessories, handmade items, food, and more. There are also street performers and other festivities throughout the Read more [...]

  • Wat Phan Tao

    Wat Phan Tao is an older teak temple in Chiang Mai, and one of the last remaining wooden structures in the city. Minimally decorated, the temple houses a seated image of the Buddha. Donations are accepted.

  • Wat Srisuphan

    Wat Srisuphan has a main chapel hall that is covered in ornate silver works depicting moments from the Buddha’s life and more. There is a silver workshop onsite, and the temple hosts Monk Chats and meditation retreats. Because this is an active ordination hall, women are not allowed in certain Read more [...]

  • Wat Suan Dok

    Wat Suan Dok is a 14th century temple just west of the old city walls in Chiang Mai. It has several unique architectural features, including an unusually large prayer hall that, unlike other temples, has open sides, rather than being fully enclosed. There is also a large standing Buddha image, Read more [...]

  • Wat Phra Singh

    Wat Phra Singh is a major temple in Chiang Mai that houses 700 monks, and is home to the Phra Chao Thong Tip, a large image of the seated Buddha forged from copper and gold. Dating back to the 14th century, Wat Phra Singh is a prime example of Lanna Read more [...]

  • Wat Inthakin

    Wat Inthakin is a teak temple that sits across from the Three Kings Monument within the city walls of the Old City Chiang Mai. Admission is free, and it is within walking distance from other temples in the area.

  • Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

    A popular tourist destination in Chiang Mai, Wat Phra That is often referred to as “Doi Suthep” because that is the mount upon which it resides. Visitors must ascend a 300 step staircase to reach the temple, which also offers beautiful views of Chiang Mai in addition to the ornate Read more [...]

  • Brian Head Resort

    Brian Head Resort is a ski and snowboard getaway, with annual snowfall of over 360 inches, and Utah’s highest base elevation. Covering over 650 acres, the Resort has two connected mountains, Giant Steps and Navajo, offering 71 runs and 8 chair lifts.

  • Festspielhäuser

    The Festspielhäuser is an opera house and performing arts venue in Salzburg that opened in 1960, and is home to the Salzburg Festival. Visitors who wish to explore the Festspielhäuser without attending an event or performance can take a guided tour of the facility for a fee. Tickets must be Read more [...]

  • Thai Kitchen Cookery Centre

    Thai Kitchen Cookery Centre is the first Thai cooking School in Chiang Mai. At Thai Kitchen, they welcome you into their traditional Thai teak wood house to share generations of family secrets. Classes include introductions to Thai ingredients at the local market, making curry paste by yourself, and cooking Thai Read more [...]

  • Seminyak Square

    Seminyak Square is a shopping and dining district in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia. Varying tenants occupy the space in the square’s two stories and long corridors. They host events, and there is also a hotel in the vicinity.

  • The Yoga Barn – Bali

    The Yoga Barn is an indigenous, rustic, spiritual space, set amidst terraced rice paddies in the mountain village of Ubud, Bali. Our space is dedicated entirely to Yoga, Movement and Healing, for the sole purpose of bringing together COMMUNITY.

  • Fort McHenry National Monument

    Fort McHenry is considered the birthplace of the American National Anthem. Visitors are advised to first stop at the Visitor’s Center to watch a brief orientation film before setting off on a self-guided tour of the fort and surrounding grounds (plan for a 2-hour visit). Additionally, during the summer months, Read more [...]

  • Yukon Wildlife Preserve

    The Yukon Wildlife Preserve is a unique wildlife viewing property featuring 11 species of northern Canadian mammals in their natural environment. Encompassing over 700 acres with various natural habitats, the Yukon Wildlife Preserve offers unparalleled wildlife viewing and photo opportunities.  

  • Niagara Parks

    The Niagara Region offers an unparalleled variety of sights and sounds, from the majestic Niagara Falls to theatres, festivals and wineries. All Niagara Falls attractions, like Journey Behind the Falls, Whirlpool Aero Car, and beautiful gardens like the Botanical Gardens are owned and operated by Niagara Parks.

  • Stanley Park

    Designated a national  historic site of Canada, Stanley Park  is a magnificent green oasis in the midst of the heavily built urban landscape of Vancouver. Explore the 400-hectare natural West Coast rainforest and enjoy scenic views of water, mountains, sky, and majestic trees along Stanley Park’s famous Seawall. Discover kilometres Read more [...]

  • Old Quebec

    Old Quebec, a UNESCO world heritage site, is a walled city that is called the “cradle of French civilization in North America.” Visitors can experience historic parts of Quebec’s religious history inside Old Quebec’s walls, including Notre-Dame-de-Québec Basilica-Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the Jesuits Chapel, and St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Read more [...]

  • The Butchart Gardens

    Robert Pim Butchart, a pioneer in the thriving North American cement industry, was attracted from Owen Sound, Ontario to Canada’s West Coast by rich limestone deposits. In 1904, he developed a quarry and built a cement plant at Tod Inlet (on Vancouver Island) to satisfy Portland cement demand from San Read more [...]

  • Notre-Dame Basilica

    Attracting thousands of visitors each year, the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal is the first full example of Gothic Revival architecture in North America. Self and guided tours are available to visitors (the self-guided tour is free, while the Grand Tour of the basilica comes at a fee). Special events and Read more [...]

  • Vancouver Seawall

    The Vancouver Seawall a section of the Seaside Greenway, which is the world’s longest, uninterrupted waterfront path. It is split into two sections – one for walkers and joggers, and the other for cyclists and inline skaters. The Seawall itself spans the distance between the Vancouver Convention Center and Spanish Read more [...]

  • Dinosaur Provincial Park

    Dinosaur Provincial Park was established by the government of Alberta on June 27, 1955. In 1979 the Park was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations, Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Three significant features were recognized for WHS status: 1. exceptional abundance and diversity of dinosaur and Read more [...]

  • Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine

    Fushimi Inari-taisha is the head shrine of the god Inari. It is located in Kyoto, Japan, Inari is the god of rice, but is also seen in Japanese culture as the patron of business, and has been worshipped by merchants and manufacturers. The orange gates, or torii, leading to the shrine are Read more [...]

  • Tokyo Great Cycling Tour

    Are you looking for the best way to see Tokyo? Tokyo Great Cycling Tour (TGCT) can help you out! We started our cycling tour in 2006, since then we have guided over 10,000 guests from over 70 countries. Discover a new perspective of Tokyo with our sing-day bike tours!

  • Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower is the second tallest building in Japan, reaching 332.9 metres (1,092 ft) in height. Visitors can view Tokyo from one of the tower’s observations decks, for a fee. The lattice structure of the tower resembles that of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, though the Tokyo Tower is painted white and Read more [...]

  • Rainbow Bridge

    The Rainbow Bridge is a suspension bridge crossing northern Tokyo Bay between Shibaura Pier and the Odaiba waterfront development in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It was built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, with construction starting in 1987 and completed in 1993. The bridge is 798 metres (2,618 ft) long with a main Read more [...]

  • Kitchen Town (Kappabashi)

    The stores in this neighborhood sell kitchen equipment and paper supplies to the city’s restaurants. Of note are the specialty plastic food items, which are placed in restaurant windows to show passersby what goodies are being served inside.

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