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World's Greatest Cities

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Next Airing: Mon, Oct 25th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD

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  • Hong Kong, New York, Paris, Bangkok, Auckland, Berlin, Los Angeles

    HONG KONG: Situated in the eastern region of China’s Pearl River is Hong Kong. Its name roughly translates to fragrant harbor, as the city’s natural geographic features make it an ideal water port. Hong Kong greatly embodies the Chinese Concept of Yin and Yang, a balance of contrasting features. NEW YORK: The Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, the most exciting in the world. The most popular site is the Central Park, which transforms into a beautiful golden red in October. The beauty of this famous Beaux Arts building is certainly a must-see. PARIS: The world's most romantic city. People love it for its culture, fashion, architecture and food, and is considered the dream destination of many. BANGKOK: It’s the City of Angels and the Venice of the East, Bangkok is the world's most visited city and also the most developed in Southeast Asia. AUCKLAND: Is known as the city of many lovers, according to its Māori name, Tā maki Makaurau, as those lovers wanted the place so badly that they fought over it for centuries. BERLIN: The German capital features a cultural scene and unique lifestyle that's both fast-paced and relaxed. Also known as the hipster city of Europe, Berlin keeps alive with its alternative cultures and styles. LOS ANGELES: The entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles. The cultural hub boasts of more than 300 museums and tourist attractions.

    Next Airing: Mon, Oct 25th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:11
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  • Sydney, Guangzhou, Singapore, London, Tokyo, Jerusalem, Toronto

    SYDNEY: Australia's largest city is often regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world. An attractive mix of modern architecture, historical landmarks, breathtaking views and relaxing gardens. Australia's most famous man-made attraction is the Sydney Opera House. GUANGZHOU: was once called Canton. It is the capital of Guangdong Province and is the host venue for the busy Canton Fair. The Pearl River, the third longest river in China, is one of the most breathtaking views. SINGAPORE: A unique cosmopolitan culture, a harmonious marriage of the old and the new with a blend of high-rising modern skyscrapers alongside heritage buildings. LONDON: is known as the world's financial capital hub with more than 300 languages spoken. Home to the most amazing attractions with panoramic views of the iconic skyline via the London Eye or View from The Shard. TOKYO: The world's most populous metropolitan area and one of the most popular sites - the Hachiko Statue. JERUSALEM: An ancient city going back to more than 3000 years, Jerusalem is one of the rare places that is layered with hundreds of years of history. The Western Wall or Kotel, the Wailing Wall is the holiest place in Judaism. TORONTO: Canada's largest city. Perhaps the most popular is the Niagara Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world.

    Next Airing: Tue, Oct 26th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:11
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  • Honolulu, Bali, Guatemala, Rio de Janeiro, Amsterdam, Budapest, Cape Town

    Next Airing: Wed, Oct 27th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
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  • Cairo, Istanbul, Seoul, Delhi, Shanghai, Mexico City, Osaka,

    CAIRO: Where the only surviving Wonder of the Ancient World is. No words can describe the majestic view of the three 5,000-year-old Pyramids on the Giza plateau. One of most popular ones is the King's Chamber, considered one of the deepest man-made silences on Earth. ISTANBUL: Bridges two continents, marries civilizations that highlights the best of the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Perhaps the most popular among tourists is taking the Bosphorus Cruise in Istanbul. You'll see century-old places and mansions to marvel at. Hagia Sophia is definitely a sight to see. It's a splendid church-turned-mosque-turned-museum that's considered one of the world's greatest architectural treasures. SEOUL: Known for shopping and cultural events. The top places to visit are Insadong, Apgujeong, Myeongdong, Dongdaemun, and Itaewon. DELHI: India's capital is known for its captivating sights and rich history. The city is beautified with mosques, forts, and monuments and the popular landscaped gardens. There is the bustling Old Delhi, and the well-planned New Delhi, each with their own attractions. One of the most popular in Delhi is the Jama Masjid mosque. SHANGHAI: Is the most prosperous city in China. It is in fact also the largest city, teeming with vigor and vitality. Cruise along the Huangpu River and stroll along The Bund. MEXICO CITY: It’s historic center includes Coyoacan, which was the original settlement for the conquistadores. Today, it has become an enclave of artists and writers, such as Frida and Diego, and it exudes colonial charm. OSAKA: The central metropolis of the Kansai Region and the largest of the Osaka - Kobe - Kyoto Trio. Namba is the main railway station also surrounded with the department stores and endless places for shopping.

    Next Airing: Thu, Oct 28th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:11
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  • Moscow, Jakarta, Santiago, Abu Dhabi, Vienna, Taipei, Miami

    "MOSCOW: Is known as the city that has inspired authors and poets, for being the center of the Soviet mystery during the Cold War. The Moscow Kremlin is located in the heart of the city, making it the seat of Russia's government. Tourists in Moscow today have the privilege of seeing the architecture, even back during the reign of Ivan the Terrible, such as St. Basil's Cathedral. JAKARTA: The huge, sprawling metropolis that's the capital of the Republic of Indonesia. It is located on the northern coast of Java, and has expanded through the years, absorbing many villages in the process. Popular is the Bay of Jakarta, with its large number of tiny islands, called Pulau Seribu or the Thousand Islands. SANTIAGO: Chile's capital center. The city offers tourists with a bevy of museums, theaters, restaurants and bars, as well as events and entertainment. Santiago de Chile is also located at the country's center, making it a convenient springboard for when you want to explore the rest of the country. ABU DHABI: The most popular attraction is the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the place never disappoints. It is clad in Macedonian marble, in all its beautiful and mammoth landmark building. Around the city are districts of old, majestic buildings. One of the very famous ones is the Al-Hosn, the oldest building in Abu Dhabi. VIENNA: There's the classical music scene, the historical site, its famous architecture and its rich culture of theater and performances. Inside the old walls of Vienna is a place teeming with young energy, vibrant creativity and experiences waiting to be explored. TAIPEI: The local cuisine merges the best flavors from Mainland China, Japan, Beijing and many others. The night market is the place to try it, for an affordable price and a unique experience. MIAMI: Aside from the endless sunshine, there are many other reasons to explore the city. First are the beaches. The popular ones are the North Shore Park Beach, Crandon Park Beach, Golden Beach and South Beach. Miami is also quite an artistic city. It has become an excellent destination for esteemed artists and art galleries from all over the country."

    Next Airing: Fri, Oct 29th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:10
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  • Athens, Lima, Helsinki, Doha, Munich, Barcelona, Milan

    ATHENS: One of the oldest cities in the world, Athens, Greece. The city is known for its historical destinations and amazing views. The city is also known for its hip and happening cafe culture. Lima may be one of the lesser known tourist destinations, but it's definitely worth the visit. HELSINKI: The city is conveniently located between Tallinn, Stockholm and St. Petersburg. It has slowly become the country's hub for business, research, education, culture and government. Helsinki boasts of a vibrant seaside city, coupled with greenery and parks. There are also fine architecture, and more than 300 islands interconnected by a maze of bridges. DOHA: Rich and extravagant, there are matchless things to do and experience here. For a cultural feat, there's the Museum of Islamic Art. Here you will find the world's finest collection of Persian rugs, Turkish mosaic, and damascene wood carvings. Doha is also the place where you can see an Arabian Oryx - or Mahas in Arabic. MUNICH: The city of Munich holds a lot of great mystery, with a dozen of fun and unique things to do and discover. Most famous perhaps is the Oktoberfest. It lasts for 16 days, from late September to early October BARCELONA: This sun-drenched place in Spain is teeming with attractions. Along Las Ramblas, you'll see rows of bars and traditional Catalan restaurants. The famous Placa Reial also has the best nightclubs in the city. MILAN: A city of business and banking, shopping and fashion, you'll definitely fall in love with Milan. The commercial center of Italy is known for its stylish catwalk and famous shops.

    Next Airing: Mon, Nov 1st, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:10
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  • Zurich, Berkeley, Salem, Pasadena, Vatican, Stockholm, Phuket,

    ZURICH: In the popular Kunsthaus, you'll find a lot of your favorite legendary artists, the likes of Van Gogh, Monet, and Chagall. Also popular among tourists is the stroll along Niederdorf. It's got fondue restaurants and souvenir shops left and right, within the old buildings and along the narrow streets. BERKELEY: Known for its world-class university, liberal politics and cultural and culinary pursuits, Berkeley City. It is but a mid-sized city in the San Francisco Bay Area in California with much to offer. SALEM: Historically, the city is known for the Infamous Witchcraft Trials of 1692, a grisly past. Salem also holds one of America's finest museums, the Peabody Essex Museum. PASADENA: Discover Pasadena and its unique charm. For a dose of the city's architectural history, there's the Pasadena City Hall. VATICAN: Vatican City, or the Holy See. It gained independence from Italy on the 11th of February in 1929. The very popular Vatican Museums - the Sistine Chapel, which is considered the private chapel of the pope. The gateway to Vatican City is Saint Peter's Square and Basilica. It is built on the site that covers St. Peter's tomb. It is considered one of the largest churches in the world. STOCKHOLM: One of the world's most beautiful cities, Stockholm is built where the lake meets the city and on as many as 14 islands. The city's rich culture and tradition dates from up to 8 centuries back. The Capital of Sweden is captivating. PHUKET: is the second-smallest province of Thailand and is located in the southern region. The majority of the residents in Phuket are Buddhist, but there are about 20% of Muslims in the province.

    Next Airing: Tue, Nov 2nd, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:11
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  • Philadelphia, Oslo, Montreal, Chicago, Boston, Washington, Incheon

    PHILADELPHIA: It is considered a consolidated city-county, with a mix of history and culture to offer and a top study destination. The declaration of independence was signed here, as well as the constitution. The city was actually the nation's capital for 10 years, when D.C. was under construction. In Philly, you get to sample the best of Italy and America's culinary worlds.The city's experience of the Renaissance in the 1970s brought about some of America's most iconic foods. One of the most popular ones is the cheesesteak. The city is also hailed for its baseball culture. OSLO: One of the world's largest capital cities, only 20 percent of the area has been developed, and the rest of it are parks, protected forests, hills, and lakes! Parks and open spaces are essential in Oslo's landscape, and they can easily be accessed from almost any point from the city. The center is very convenient, with trails and passages that connect to the public spaces and pedestrian-friendly areas. Just the same, amid its natural attractions, Oslo likewise boasts a rich cultural scene you should see. Among its famous landmarks are the sculptures of Gustav Vigeland. You can stroll through the town center to witness many of its historical structures. One of the popular attractions is the thousand-year-old Viking Ship. MONTREAL: Its name originated from Mount Royal, the triple-peaked hill in the heart of the city. It was first called Ville-Marie or city of Mary. Montreal is the most populous city in Quebec, and second most populous city in Canada, with about 1.65 million residents. The city's official language is French, spoken by more than 60 percent of the population. Montreal is conveniently nestled between the shores of the St. Lawrence river. One of its great outdoor escapes is of course Mount Royal. Aside from hiking the mountain during the summer, try cross country skiing in the winter, you can also try biking or skating. CHICAGO: Nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan, the city has become a destination known for its vibrant art scene, cultural attractions, excellent shopping, and majestic architecture! The city's art and architecture takes cues from 20th century design. Architects Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright and artists like Picasso, Mirõ, Dubuffet. BOSTON: The capital city of the commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States. Boston is a city for those with a knack for history. The city is filled with historical sites that are quite easy to discover. There's the Freedom Trail. There's Paul Revere's home. These sights are all reflective of the great Revolution, where one will be reminded of America's incredible history. There's the famous Charles River just near the Science Museum, as well as the Boston Public Library and Copley square, among others. WASHINGTON DC: The city is considered one of the most popular tourists’ destinations in the United States. It's got historical landmarks, parks and neighborhoods, each with a mix of attractions and activities to offer. The national monuments are definitely must-sees in DC Popular ones are the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, Vietnam Memorial and the World War II Memorial. INCHEON: A city with a lot to offer--Incheon in South Korea. The city is known for its majestic natural landscape, from white sand beaches to unique rock formations. One of the most popular is the Eurwangni Beach, offering pristine waters and great sand. The beach is also surrounded by a grove of pine trees, completing the picturesque view Aside from Incheon's beaches being a sight to see.

    Next Airing: Wed, Nov 3rd, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:10
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  • Mumbai, Copenhagen, Atlanta, Dublin, Houston, Luxor, New Orleans

    MUMBAI: The Marine Drive is a popular destination. Listen to Bollywood tunes or the Punjabi rap there. Or if you prefer to be away from the loud sounds and noisy blues, Mumbai will always have its quiet corners. Yoga is popularly practiced in Mumbai. One of the recent practices is aerial yoga, where yogis would pose using cloth harnesses that are suspended from the ceiling. Another option is to travel via the sea--a highly recommended way to see the city! The Gateway of India is superb at sunset, definitely a sight to behold. COPENHAGEN: Roam around the city of Copenhagen and you'll find anything and everything to suit your taste and interests. Denmark's capital is filled with historic landmarks, architectural sights and museums that speak of its culture. The diminutive stature of this bronze-cast Hans Christian Andersen heroine is considered the city's most iconic landmark. Not to be missed are the canals. ATLANTA: Capital of the state of Georgia, which is the most populous city in the U.S. Atlanta is known for its diversity and culture. DUBLIN: The capital and largest city of Ireland, Dublin. Dublin's unique charms is its string of attractions that offers a bit of everything for everyone. The Guinness Storehouse is one, being one of Ireland's top visitor attractions. The National Gallery of Ireland is where you'll find over 2,500 paintings and some 10,000 other works in different media. Watercolor art, drawings, prints, and sculptures are all there. HOUSTON: One of the most interesting, mysterious cities in the world and this is perhaps mainly because of its Space Center, the place for NASA's astronaut training and flight control complex. Alongside its outer space and otherworldly curiosities, the city also includes the Theater District, the Houston Grand Opera and the Historic District. The city is beautified with 19th century inspired architecture with trendy establishments. LUXOR: The Temple of Karnak is a massive ancient site that has several different temples that are dedicated to specific gods. The Temple of Luxor, a rather easily accessible place right at the center of town. It was founded by Amenophis III but altered in later years by Tutankhamun, Horemheb and Ramses II. NEW ORLEANS: A city of jazz, Mardis Gras, and Cajuns cuisine. It's alive and buzing with activity. The largest city in Louisiana is located along Mississippi River and has one of the largest inland ports in the United States. It is considered a melting pot of cultures, with French-speaking Cajuns, including Creoles, Italian, Irish and German residents.

    Next Airing: Thu, Nov 4th, 2021 at 9:31 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:10
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  • Tunis, Seattle, Kyoto, Geneva, Canberra, Brussels, Lisbon

    TUNIS: You'll find most of the main sightseeing in the Medina or Old Town. There are winding routes along the alleyways and behind the high walls, you may find yourself lost. But that's the charm of the city. There's the fabulous mosaic collection of the world famous Bardo museum. There's the remnants of the once glorious Carthage that's a tourist highlight Carthage, the fabled wealthy seafaring city of the Phoenicians, lie scattered across the Bay of Tunis. The Medina District or old town is considered Tunis' historic heart, and known as the Porte de France during the colonial period. SEATTLE: You'll find so many water-related activities to do in the city. Here are ship canals, locks, marinas, islands, bays, lakes, rivers and creeks. Next is its coffee. This is where Starbucks was founded in 1971.The city has earned its nickname as "fueled by coffee" Here, you'll also find Seattle’s Best, Tully’s, Top Pot, Cherry Street, Peet’s, Caffe Ladro, Victrola and Espresso Vivace. KYOTO: Japan's former capital. Kyoto is where you can experience the authentic Japanese culture. The city is famous for its beautiful temples. The Kinkaku-ji, the Golden Pavilion is perhaps the most notable one. It is considered Kyoto's most celebrated landmark. GENEVA: A true gem of Switzerland full of history, architecture and sights. The amazing European city is best known for Lake Geneva. It is surrounded by panoramic view of the mountains, with great promenades. Not to be missed is the St. Peter's Cathedral almost 1000 years old. CANBERRA: Australia's youngest capital city. What it hides is its thriving arts community, lively food and bar scenes and the cultural institutions. BRUSSELS: Serves as the capital of Flanders, Belgium. The Grand Place, a UNESCO world heritage site is the main tourist attraction of the city. There's also the Pissing Boy, a major character in Brussels folklore. LISBON: Fado. The most popular icon of this type of musical expression is Amália Rodrigues-- who was born in Lisbon and is known as the Queen of Fado. Her contributions in music were instrumental in popularizing Fado to the world. Her house in Rua de São Bento is now a museum. Next are the neighborhoods. The neighborhoods in Lisbon have very distinct personalities, each with a unique history. The oldest one is Alfama, a Moorish quarter. The maze of narrow cobbled streets and steep alleyways that surround the castle conjure up images of an Arabic Kasbah. There you will find elegant shops, historic cafes, and chic restaurants.

    Next Airing: Fri, Nov 5th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:10
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  • Rome, Kansas, Venice, Buenos Aires, Macao, Dallas, Florence

    ROME: Italy's capital city is sprawling with up to 3,000 years of art, architecture, and culture that's visually arresting and food for the soul. Rome is home to the Vatican City, headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. It is also where you'll find the Basilica of St. Peter, and the rest of the Vatican Museums, which feature the world class masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes. KANSAS: Is a state in the Great Plains region of the United States. It is generally considered the center of the country. Kansas is known for its rugged cowboy culture and sweeping prairies. Kansas also offers a rich Native American history, with several museums devoted to the American Indian tribes. VENICE: St. Mark's Square is certainly one of the most popular. The Grand Canal Tour is the best to see the city. It only has a few bridge crossings and taking a ride on one of the city's water-buses is definitely a must-try. BUENOS AIRES: One of the popular spots in Buenos Aires is the Recoleta. The Doge's Palace, which many consider as the second most important stop after the basilica. It is partly connected to, and stands almost right next to the basilica. It is called the Palazzo Ducale in Italian. MACAO: Is known as the city where Eastern and Western cultures meet. The city's charm rests in the contrast between old and new, antiques and fashion, traditional and modern. Macao also has a reputation for being Asia's largest destination for gambling. One of the top destinations in Macao is the Museum of Macao, the biggest one in the region. It's got superb collections of its culture and history, dating back from the Neolithic period. DALLAS: One of the leading corporate destinations in the country. The Dallas Convention Center is one of the mostly expansive and highly-trafficked facilities of its kind in the world because of the city's popularity as a business destination. Dallas is home to four teams from each of the major sports. FLORENCE: The capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and the Metropolitan City of Florence. It is referred to as the birthplace of the Renaissance. Florence's architecture boasts an amazement that only the city can offer. The popular Duomo encompasses the city, especially with its magnificent height and grandeur. The equally tall Campanile of the Duomo rings its bell throughout the day. The palazzi, or the buildings, that are frequented in the city remain one of the must-sees. There's the Ponte Vecchio or the Old Bridge, which is the only bridge that remains intact and wasn't destroyed during the World War II.

    Next Airing: Mon, Nov 8th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:10
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  • Naples, Petra, Denver, Detroit, Brooklyn, Kuala Lumpur, Memphis

    NAPLES: One of the oldest, continuously inhabited cities in the world. First up is to try its great pizzas! The city is the birthplace of pizza and the locals take their signature dish very seriously. The storico antico is most recommended, as it is both ancient and modern. It's got a mix of old hills and buildings and shops and apartments that have been there for centuries. Next up is Italy's two most popular sites for tourists: the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. PETRA: Feast your eyes on amazing sights in Petra, Jordan. The city offers breathtaking views and scenery. Petra is also known as the Rose City because of the light reddish hue of the rocks upon which the city is built on. The city itself can be considered as an archeological city. Just look at its marvelous rock carving architecture and its elaborate water conduit system. DENVER: A mega city with urban landscapes surrounded by the great outdoors. Denver is capital city of the state of Colorado. It is also considered as its most populous city. Denver is known as the mile-high city, because its elevation is exactly a mile high from sea level. DETROIT: It’s metropolitan area is known as Metro Detroit. The city of Detroit was founded in July 24, 1701 by French explorer and adventurer Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac It is due to the expansion of the automobile industry that the Detroit area emerged as an important city in the States in the early 20th century. BROOKLYN: The official motto of Brooklyn is displayed on its seal and flag. Its motto says Eendraght Maeckt Maght which means "Unity makes strength" in early modern Dutch. The borough remains home to many diverse communities. These range from Russian enclaves in Brighton Beach and Polish residents in Greenpoint. KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s capital city, is the sixth most visited city in the world, known for its cultural diversity, combinations of colonial and modern architecture. Kuala Lumpur is home to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest twin buildings in the world and one of the city’s most famous landmarks. MEMPHIS: The city that is the birthplace of rock and roll. Historically, Memphis has served as the commercial and social center connecting regions in western Tennessee, the Mississippi and eastern Arkansas. The city is also known as one of the top producers of cotton for the United States. Elvis Presley also recorded his first song in Memphis and considered the city his home. It’s a must to go on a pilgrimage to Graceland, Elvis’s Mansion and home.

    Next Airing: Tue, Nov 9th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
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  • Portland, San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh, Palm Springs, Siem Reap, Prague, Las Vegas

    "PORTLAND: Within the city you'll find at least 30 craft breweries. The city is known to have the most beer-makers than any other town in the world. Portland has been the pioneer of the craft beer movement for more than 30 years already. SAN FRANCISCO: The city and its surrounding areas are known as the San Francisco Bay Area. You must definitely see the tidal wave fog that pours over the Twin Peaks, or the fog seeping through the soaring suspension cables of the famous Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco boasts of up to 47 hills, yet unnamed. You can enjoy a view of them via cable car. Stare down in awe at the rows of cars parked in 90 degree angles. Stop by the best vistas: Telegraph Hill, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Twin Peaks, Potrero Hill, Buena Vista Heights and Pacific Heights. HO CHI MINH: More popularly known as Saigon. It is the largest city in Vietnam. Many of the top attractions in Saigon revolves around its experiences in the 20th century war and conquest. Walking around the city, you're sure to see its classic French architecture to perfectly maintained American war planes. It is Vietnam’s biggest city and business capital. There's the War Remnants Museum, a sobering and unforgettable museum where you'll see the effects of the 30-year long war between Vietnam and America. PALM SPRINGS: The city is famous for its mid-century modern architecture and the design elements that come from it. You can also indulge in it by trying out everyday activities such as biking, golf, hiking, horseback riding, swimming and tennis, which are all major recreational activities in Palm Springs. The most popular is golf. During Hollywood’s golden age, actors were contractually bound to stay within 100 miles of the studio for last-minute shoots. Stars like Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin traded the hustle and bustle of Hollywood for palm trees and poolside cocktails in Palm Springs, exactly 100 miles from Hollywood. SIEM REAP: The Cambodian center of culture. It's got glittering temples, street food and bustling markets to discover and explore. The city boasts of a colonial and Chinese-style architecture in the Old French Quarter and around the Old Market. There are the museums, traditional Apsara dance performances, a Cambodian cultural village, souvenir and handicraft shops, silk farms, rice-paddies in the countryside, fishing villages and a bird sanctuary near the Tonle Sap Lake. PRAGUE: The largest and capital city of the Czech Republic. Some of the popular attractions in Prague include, The Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, Old Town Square with the Prague astronomical clock, the Jewish Quarter, Petřín hill and Vyšehrad. Prague is also frequented for its Czech beer. ""Pivo"" which means beer and ""pivnice,"" the place to drink beer. Prague is a city with a very medieval feel. It is crammed with narrow alleys and cobblestone streets, which have become great sights to see, too. LAS VEGAS: Officially named ""The City of Las Vegas"" but more often called ""Vegas."" You've probably heard of it because of its popular gambling, shopping, dining and nightlife hot spots. It's also known as the leading financial, commercial and cultural center for Southern Nevada. Then there's the Strip, the city's iconic thoroughfare, where you can gamble as you please. There are more game machines, sports, books, table games, blackjack, craps, Roulette tables and Keno in Las Vegas."

    Next Airing: Wed, Nov 10th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on KUED-HD
    Length: 00:24:10
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