Kanchanburi rail line closes for repairs

The rail line from the main southern route to Kanchanaburi will be closed for repairs for two months starting on Monday but the closure will not cover the popular Death Railway sector.
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World Trade Center deck opens to public

NEW YORK — Thousands gathered on Friday to take in the New York skyline as the observation deck of the new World Trade Center — viewed by many as a symbol of the city's resilience — opened to the public.
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Fodor's Week in Travel: Hop on a Plane

Itching to get away? Book your tickets because we've got your destination ready for you. From gourmet eats at the ballpark to breathtaking nature in Kauai, our weekly roundup has you covered. 6 Outstanding International Business-Class Experiences These upgrades alone will make you want to jump on the first flight out of the country. Book a seat with one of these six airlines for a first-class flying experience. Beginner’s Guide to Hawaii: Kauai Waiting in lines for airport security and baggage claims will all be worth it once you step into paradise on the gorgeous Garden Isle. Food Lover's Guide to America's Ballparks  Grab tickets for the plane
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10 Ultimate Experiences in Tanzania

If spotting a pride of lions on Africa’s endless plains has been a lifelong dream, then Tanzania, one of the best wildlife-viewing spots in the world, is the destination for you. While a visit to the Serengeti during the annual Great Migration is an unforgettable experience, this East African country has so much more to offer beyond game drives: undeveloped beaches, the fascinating Maasai tribe, and the world’s tallest freestanding mountain—Mount Kilimanjaro. If you're seeking the trip of a lifetime, here are our picks for unforgettable adventures in Tanzania. By Kathleen Rellihan
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20 Must-See Art Museums in America

There's much more to the world's great art museums than just the Louvre and the Prado. In fact, you can skip the jaunt across the Atlantic altogether and set your sights on some world-class art collections right here in the U.S. Even if you’re not planning a trip entirely around art, chances are that if you’re traveling to a major U.S. city (especially New York City, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.), there’s a museum or two that will demand your attention, filled with masterpieces and captivating temporary exhibits. With their rich histories, monumental architecture, and incredible collections, here are our
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World's 10 Best Spots for Afternoon Tea

Dating back to the mid-1800s, the tradition of afternoon tea was first introduced by the aristocracy of England and its colonies. Since then, the formal meal has infiltrated the world’s most elite hotels, historic museums, and kitschy patisseries, allowing the masses to enjoy decadent three-tiered servings of finger sandwiches, tiny cakes, and strawberries with Devonshire cream. As an alternative to holiday cocktails, warm-up with afternoon tea at one of our recommended locales, from traditional luxury hotels to homey, rustic cafes. By Allyson Rees
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