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Chiang Mai food paradise: 'The best I've ever eaten'

Wherever you go in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, the food is outstanding, says novelist Deepti Kapoor, who shares her favourite street stalls, markets and must-try barbecue, curry and noodle dishes<p>I’ve lived in India all my life, eaten everywhere from Leh to Cochin, tasted extraordinary dishes by …

The 19 best Greek islands

Japan: 13 Things You Need to Know Before You Go

The land of the rising sun has seen a dramatic increase in tourism over the past year with Americans flocking to its islands in record numbers. While Europe, the Middle East and South America have seen tourism plummet due to safety and Zika fears, in February, March and April alone, almost 200,000 …

7-Eleven

Meet the couple who live in Airbnbs, and the Irish property that won their hearts

Carry on travelling<p>For the next few weeks, Americans Debbie and Michael Campbell will wander the streets of Dublin, exploring outdoor markets and …

Hospitality

5 Great Books To Read In June

Some of the recent favorites we’ve reviewed in the BuzzFeed Books newsletter.

Books

These are the skills that will help you emigrate to Australia

Australia’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has released the new Skilled Occupations List (SOL) for 2016-17.<p>Australia is one …

Mother's Day Brunch: 15 Recipes That Will Wow Mom

If you really want to show Mom how much you love her, skip the crowded restaurants and make her a homemade brunch instead. From Blueberry Pancakes to Sausage Bread Pudding, all of these recipes are perfect for pampering the special moms in your life.<p>If you really want to show Mom how much you love …

Recipes

Wonderful Websites You Should Bookmark Right Now to Learn From Internet

The internet can be a wonderfully, immense place for interesting content. If you've ever wanted to learn a new skill or to accomplish a seemingly monumental task, you need look no further than the internet. There is basically a site for every interest under the sun. It is also a great place to …

Tutorials

10 Ways to Experience Rome Without the Crowds

Anyone who's ever attempted to visit the Trevi Fountain on a sunny day in spring (or a rainy day in winter) will know that in some parts of Rome, crowds are unavoidable. But if you know where to look, you'll find plenty of quiet corners in Rome - beautiful churches, peaceful parks, and museums …

Serengeti's great migration: Trip of a Lifetime

No matter how often I visit the Serengeti its magic never palls. In this wild and open country you feel you could drive forever and never have enough of it. Out on the plains the light is dazzling. Colossal thunderheads trail shawls of rain across horizons wider than the sea, and wherever you look …

Travel guide to... Gourmet Italy

There’s no such thing as “Italian food”. In Italy, arguably more than anywhere else in the world, food is supremely site specific, which makes for a …

A Travellers Guide to the Angkor Wat temples

<b>In Khmer, Angkor Wat simply means City of Temples which basically explains the entirety of Angkor Wat from the entrance to the exit.</b><p>The complex is the largest religious monument in the world and was originally constructed as a Hindu temple for the Khmer Empire, gradually transforming into a …

Angkor Wat

Thailand's best street food: readers’ travel tips

Spicy, salty, sweet, sour and absolutely delicious … readers pick their favourite street eats and local budget restaurants across Thailand<p>In Thailand there are many places to eat good seafood but, for me, one of the best and cheapest and freshest is a small active fishing village at the foot of …

Go slow on Tobago: an eco-hideaway delivers the quiet life

A rustic resort fulfils the dream of a Caribbean break amid tropical fauna and flora – and there are yoga classes too, in case you are in need of yet more relaxation<p>Some views you can never tire of and the one from my veranda overlooking Castara Bay, on Tobago’s west coast, is among them. At …

The career advice no one tells you

Most people have “okay” jobs. We go to work, do what we have to do from 9 to 5, come back home, maybe hang out with friends, and do it all over again the next day. There’s nothing wrong with this.<p>But some people perform at a totally different level. They’re the people who land executive level …

Sights and Bites: What to Eat While Touring Cape Town, South Africa

Travel<p>With a cultural map in one hand and a culinary compass in the other, savor the treasured sights then seek the nearby local delectable bites.<p><b>Cape Town</b> is captivating thanks to its cultural diversity, complex history, wildlife, and natural beauty. The country’s so-called rainbow cuisine blends …

Cape Town

Top 10: Reasons to Visit Jordan

The alternative city guide to Cape Town, South Africa

Africa holidays,Cultural trips,Travel,Cape Town holidays,City breaks,South Africa holidays<p>The second of our <b>guides to alt South Africa</b> looks at tourist haven Cape Town. Musicians, designers and cooks show how it is coming into its own as a diverse, free-thinking city with stunning open spaces

Cape Town

14 books to read on your commute that will make you smarter about business

One way of combining the necessity of getting to our workplace with success is to spend the time reading or listening to books.<p>Here are my suggestions for great business books to read or listen to during your commute.<p><b>1.</b><b>"The</b> <b>E-Myth"</b> by Michael Greber. This is an excellent book about the myths …

50 of the greatest US travel experiences

Given the ever-so-slightly negative reaction to Donald Trump's election victory, not to mention concerns that some nationalities will face difficulty just getting into the country after January 20, it's safe to say that many will want to make the most of the US before the 45th president takes …

Why your brain likes it when you multi-task

We’re told that multi-tasking can leave us with an attention deficit and make us less effective. BBC Future investigates.<p>We all know the feeling. You’re in a noisy office trying to concentrate. Your computer screen shows you have eight different websites open, along with two email accounts, three …

University of Florida

10 of the best beachside stays in tropical Asia

These great value bungalows and cabanas make superb bases from which to explore the exotic beaches and aquatic riches of Asia’s equatorial shores<p>Not to be confused with the more expensive Coral View Villas down the road, this Balinese-owned place sits right on a little strip of calm, safe beach in …

Snorkelling

23 reasons to visit Sri Lanka

As Sri Lanka celebrates 70 years of independence, we highlight 23 spectacular reasons to visit the country.<p>1. To get wild<p>Dive with blue whales in season or watch spinner dolphins leap about in Kalpitiya. Sri Lanka also has 5,800 wild elephants ambling about and the biggest concentration of leopards …

Ten Reasons You Ought To Tour Turkey

Countrywide Turkish Delights<p>Turkey's number one treat may be lokum the sugar gel candy flavored with rosewater, orange, cinnamon, or lemon -- popularly called "Turkish Delight," but the nation stretching from the Aegean to the Black sea encompasses beaches, mountains, rolling plains, endless …

George Washington

We got 10 CEOs to tell us their one killer interview question for new hires

Where do you see yourself in five years? Tell me about a time when you showed leadership. What is your biggest weakness?<p>These are the standard questions that job candidates face during interviews. And by now, everyone also has standard answers. (“My biggest weakness? I work too hard.”)<p>As you scale …

Travel dreams: how to make a new life abroad

Want to know what it’s like to give everything up and escape to more exotic climes? These inspiring travellers have made it work in all sorts of ways<p><b>Emma Robson, 35, from London is an adventure tour leader</b> <br>I was a cardiac physiologist working at St Thomas’s hospital in London and had spent seven …

10 Good Reasons to Visit Thailand

Every time I visit Thailand I get blown away about the hospitality there. The people are both genuine and friendly and want to do the best for you. No wonder why Thailand is called "The Land of Smiles."<p><b>10. Friendly people</b><p>Every time I visit Thailand I get blown away about the hospitality there. The …

Thailand

9 Uniquely New Zealand Experiences You Can't Miss

When a good friend of mine asked what should be on her itinerary for her upcoming visit to New Zealand, I drilled down a list of experiences that would provide the best, most representative taste of what this amazing country has to offer.<p>New Zealand is full of uniqueness. The interesting dynamic of …

New Zealand

Is bacon dangerous? The science behind food trends

Nutrition,Nutrition,Food science,Diets and dieting,Health & wellbeing,Food & drink,Life and style,Science<p>Is fat really bad for you? Should we consume less salt? And what’s wrong with gluten, anyway? A science writer and a consultant cardiologist separate fact from fiction<p>Have you ever wondered why …

Low Fat

26 incredible waterfalls to visit in your lifetime

Some cascade lightly into trickling streams while others harness a speed and height that is simply mesmerizing.<p>We've put together a collection of 26 waterfalls from around the world that provide travelers with surreal scenery, incredible size, or unique shapes that won't be found anywhere else.<p>From …