Category: tourism

Toronto, the Capital of Ontario, Canada, is one of the most visited cities in the state. The culture, weather and people make the vacation destination well worthwhile and if you think that winter is a deterrent, you are surely mistaken. There are, in fact, a number of activities that keep the city bustling and busy during the colder months in Toronto. Through several feedback posts, we discovered some of the most entertaining ventures you and your family can partake in…

Whether you’re a regular or you’ve never set foot in one, there’s an unmistakable image of casinos in all our minds. They’re famously grandiose gamblers’ palaces. Corridors of slot machines lead to vast oak tables and their glamorous dealers, graced by elegantly-dressed punters perhaps sipping from a smart martini glass. But there’s more to a casino than just the building and the betting that takes place within. These gambling havens can bring vast additional benefits to their surrounding areas and…

The Exhibition Place welcomes Toronto’s only hotel, Hotel X Toronto, on the West end of the lakefront where the 30-floored property provides a multi-faceted experience to their guests. Hotel X aims to offer lavish accommodations with refreshing new views, exceptional hospitality, and impeccable venue spaces for events and weddings. The incorporation of Ten X Toronto (a 90,000 square foot athletic facility home to 4 tennis courts, 9 squash courts, a 50 foot pool, 4 group fitness studios), spacious theatre…

In anticipation for the TASTE Community Grown event at Crystal Palace on September 24th 2016, we received a preview of some of the most delectable food and drink in Prince Edward County.  TASTE is considered one of “Ontario’s Top 100 festivals”.  The annual culinary event is a showcase of wines, beers, ciders, and delicious food from the surrounding area. PEC is located in Southern Ontario on a large irregular headland at the eastern end of Lake Ontario; from Toronto, it…

Known for their entertaining thrills, live concerts, and dynamic spectaculars, and of course new breath-taking food, 2016 welcomes back Canada’s biggest end-of-summer tradition; the Canadian National Exhibition!

The 3rd Annual Destination Thailand Event is set to take place at Yonge-Dundas Square on September 10 2016. The festivities will be hosted by the Royal Thai Embassy showcasing sensational performances (Muay Thai & Thai dances), hands-on activities (thai massage & crafts), and most of all, vibrant Thai flavours!

Here’s a preview of what’s to come.

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