If you think museums are stuffy places that are all about art and natural history, prepare to be amazed. As it turns out, there are museums dedicated to all sorts of things, from toilets to torture, and everything else in between. The Museum of Bad Art in Boston hopes to change all that. Torture Museum, … More »10 strange museums around the world
Built on the Betwa River in Madhya Pradesh, the ancient city of Orchha houses the citadels and cenotaphs of the Bundela rulers. LAKSHMI SHARATH roams among these 16th century ruins and travels back in time More »Orchha – India's medieval heart in Bundelkhand
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From Australia to USA, there are many places around the world that let visitors come and look for buried treasure like gold, diamonds and gemstones. How to do it: Anyone can come and noodle through the debris from the mine dumps, looking for opals that have been overlooked. More »Can a vacation make you rich? Hell yeah!
How do Indians plan holidays with kids? The 'HolidayIQ.com Insights: How Indians plan holidays with children' is an analysis of vacations planned in India with children from November 2013 - January 2014. More »HolidayIQ.com Insights: How Indians plan holidays with children
In its heyday, the Pastoruri glacier in central Peru drew daily throngs of tourists packed into dozens of double-decker buses 16,000-feet (5,0000-meters) high into the Andes to ski, build snowmen and scale its dizzying peaks. But in less than 20 years, including at least 10 of the hottest on record, … More »Peru uses climate twist to lure tourists to shrinking glacier