Regal Cruises and Travel Blogs

Tired of sandy beaches? Go to Guam and enjoy finely ground coral beaches!

on 11/23/2015 in Guam
The island of Guam boasts of ground coral beaches that stretch for miles and are stunning and unusual.   It is one country where you can shop till you drop in between visiting its numerous attractions. A melting pot of different ethnic groups, Guam is unincorporated territory of the United States. It is the largest island of Micronesia and is located...


Get Intoxicated with the Beauty and Charm of Antigua, Guatemala

on 10/15/2015 in Antigua Guatemala
It is not surprising that the city of Antigua is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Central Africa and contains colonial churches, and ruins of 18th century baroque style monuments and buildings that are well preserved. Surrounded by three large volcanoes that dominate its horizon, Antigua is 1500 meters above sea level...

Italy's Best Sights: Val d'Orcia

on 06/12/2015 in Italy
Val d’ Orcia was integrated to the city state of Siena in the 14th and 15th centuries. It forms part of the Siena hinterland that is widely used for agriculture. It was an idealized model of good governance in an eye pleasing landscape. The landscape’s definitive aesthetics, its flat chalk plains, and fortified settlements are the work of many artists...

St. Lucia's Best: The Landings

on 07/05/2015 in St Lucia
These are the elements that will define the Landings St. Lucia Resort from the time you set your foot there - ultra-modern and spacious accommodations, sumptuous food, a 7000-squarefoot spa, delicious cocktails and picture perfect surroundings. The accommodations at the resort are 80 luxury villas that leave nothing to chance when it comes to guests comfort. Among the accommodations that...

Hong Kong Walking Tour: Feast for the Senses

on 10/27/2015 in Hong Kong
By Anita Draycott The Mong Kok district can be overwhelming for some, but it is also Hong Kong at its most fascinating and sensual. At down-to-earth Canton Road market, daily essentials such as religious incense, herbal medicine and dried seafood will vie for your attention as your guide decodes the bustling action and explains the local ways of life. You’ll...


Save & Splurge: Here's to Halifax

on 10/06/2015 in Halifax
By Anita Draycott Nova Scotia’s vibrant capital city is both hip and historic. It’s natural harbour, the second largest in the world after Sydney, Australia, first drew the British here in 1749. Halifax, dubbed Canada’s Front Door, was also the entry point for nearly a million immigrants between 1928 and 1971. Today Halifax Harbour doubles as a commercial port and...

Sangkhlaburi, where you can traverse the longest wooden bridge in Thailand

on 10/02/2015 in Kanchanaburi
One of the hidden jewels of Thailand, the town of Sangkhlaburi is one of the best villages to visit if you want to experience Thailand without the frills and commercialism found in big cities and towns. The town of Sangkhlaburi is located near the border of Burma, 225 kilometers northwest of Kanchanaburi, and about 340 kilometers from Bangkok. It is...

Bask in the Beauty of Nature in Discovery Islands, British Columbia

on 09/14/2015 in British Columbia
Located on Canada's west coast right along the Inside Passage, between Campbell River, north-central Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia, Discovery Islands is a popular destination for vacationers who are seeking a quiet holiday where the weather is warm, the views are stunning, and activities are endless all year round. Collectively known as the Discovery Islands, Quadra Island, Cortes Island,...

Shimla, one of the most famous hill resorts in India

on 09/24/2015 in Anywhere
Once known as the summer capital of British India, Shimla is the home to a number of palaces and temples. Its streets are always brimming with vacationers who want to enjoy a cool climate and a very relaxing atmosphere. The capital city of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is a tourist haven.  It is built on top of...

The Awesome Canal Ring Area in Amsterdam

on 07/30/2015 in The Convent Amsterdam
The Canal District of Amsterdam was built as a project for the new port city. From the twilight years of the 16th century to early 17th century, the district would see canal development that had hitherto never been seen in any other capital of the world. This is the reason Amsterdam is sometimes fondly referred to as the ‘city on...