Stars and Stripes is asking readers to write about their own piece of paradise. Yes, that means you! Our annual Destination Paradise magazine highlights must-see travel spots across the Pacific — and your bit of paradise could be included in our 2019-20 edition.
United Airlines' MileagePlus loyalty program was crowned Favorite Frequent-Flyer Program for the fourth time by the Trazee Awards. The United Explorer Card from Chase was also awarded the Favorite Credit Card among voters for the second consecutive year.
When it comes to mountains, height isn’t always everything. At a mere 685 meters, Maisan Mountain, located in Jianan-gun, Jeollabuk-do, may not be very tall, but it offers a great view of neighboring peaks and unique topography.
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The Demilitarized Zone dividing the Korean Peninsula in two is a physical border and a symbol of war, confrontation and national tragedy. It’s also a place where people from all around the world flock to. It’s an experience like no other as the two Koreas are technically still at war.
Korea is home to 11 of UNESCO’s historically significant sites that span the globe. If you are visiting or living here on the Peninsula, here is a list of five favorite spots worth checking out during your stay.
On June 5, 2015, Guam became the first territory of the United States to legalize same-sex marriage. Guam is also the only place in Asia Pacific other than Taiwan where same-sex couples can marry. Many couples from the Asia Pacific region come to Guam to make their vows in Guam each year!