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Singapore is Perfect for Families: Destinations Pulse for March 18, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | March 18, 2016

Singapore is Perfect for Families: Destinations Pulse for March 18, 2016

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River cruising just got easier for families. AmaWaterways has launched a new river ship that is designed with kids and parents in mind. The AmaStella debuted in Hungary and will be used for Adventures by Disney trips this summer. 

Thermal springs in Costa Rica are a win for travelers. The mineral-rich hot springs make for a soothing, healthy getaway at the base of a stunning volcano. 

See the Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way in virtual reality. The 360-degree experience debuted at ITB Berlin even takes “travelers” on a surfing expedition under the Cliffs of Moher. 


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