Actor and Former Travel Host Henry Golding Shares His Favorite Destination: “It Was Remarkable”

Henry Golding is more than just an incredibly talented actor, new dad, and former hairstylist – he’s also an avid traveler with a passion for new experiences and the great outdoors. The Crazy Rich Asians star, who recently partnered with the buy now, pay later company Affirm to encourage people to go on their dream vacations, wherever those might be, talked to POPSUGAR about his best travel tips and how he’s anxious to get back out there and see the world again. “I suppose with me being in the professional travel realm for the longest time and us going

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The world’s seriously cool hotels

Forget four walls and a bed. The world’s coolest hotels come in all shapes, sizes and strange locations, from guitar-shaped buildings and suites clinging to cliffs, to underwater rooms and floating resorts. Here are some of the hotels around the world that offer unique experiences way beyond just somewhere to sleep. Due to COVID-19, check individual hotel websites, plus country and region-specific travel restrictions before visiting.

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State introduces expenses-paid vacation packages as latest COVID-19 vaccine incentive | News

Clinical nurse Vilma Barbadillo vaccinates Eddie Wong, 70, with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at a mass vaccination site at the Mountain View Community Center on Jan. 26, 2021. Photo by Magali Gauthier.

State officials introduced another COVID-19 vaccine incentive program Monday, offering six expenses-paid vacations throughout the state, including in San Francisco.

The state will select six winners on July 1 for trips for four in San Francisco, Palm Springs, Anaheim, Los Angeles and San Diego. In addition to multinight hotel stays and dining and entertainment options, each vacation package also comes with a $2,000 cash prize that can used

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This charging accessory will keep you powered in all 195 countries around the world

The time has come. Travel restrictions are loosening everywhere and soon, you’ll likely be thinking about travel options that could take you anywhere. It’s also time to give some consideration to the devices you plan on bringing on these excursions. While most of us won’t be hopscotching around the globe quite yet, it’s still never a bad idea to think ahead and look for accessories that’ll be as useful in the UK as they are in Johannesburg, or Mumbai, or Topeka, Kansas.

Keeping your battery-bound devices — phones, tablets, laptops, and smartwatches — charged will be an issue anywhere you

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Travel to the UK during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go

CNN Staff

If you’re planning to travel to the UK, here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the global Covid-19 pandemic.

The basics

The United Kingdom has seen one of the highest number of deaths from Covid-19 in the world. Despite being the first country globally to start a vaccination scheme, the country experienced a deadly second wave over the winter months. The Alpha Covid variant, said to be much more infectious, was discovered in the UK, meaning that many countries canceled air links right before Christmas 2020.

In early January, the UK

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International travel unlocks as Morocco, Mauritius and Phuket announce borders will open in June and July

Marrakech in Morocco is open to international tourists again (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

While the UK continues to adhere to prohibitive travel restrictions, various countries outside of Europe have announced they will reopen their borders to tourists in June and July.

Mauritius, Morocco and Phuket in Thailand – all popular destinations with holidaymakers – have revealed unlocking dates for international visitors within the next month.

From today, 15 June, international flights to Morocco in north Africa will resume, and travellers from key tourism markets will be permitted entry if they have a vaccination certificate and/or a negative PCR test taken

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