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Travelling Recommendations in the year of Pig based on your zodiac!

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Hi Sobat Passpod!

Happy Chinese New Year to all #SobatPasspod who are celebrating. Gong Xi Fat Cai! In line with the lunar new year festivities commonly known as Chinese New Year, Passpod would like to share some knowledge in relation to the Chinese Zodiac. Yep, we’d like to discuss about Chinese Zodiac. #CeritaPasspod this time is a discussion about your ‘Shio’ and how making the right travelling choices this year may just improve your luck. So, what’s in store for your zodiac in this year of pig? Let’s have some fun while we find out and be sure to check it out!

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Who doesn’t like going on vacation and taking a break from their daily routine? Regardless if you’re at school, working or occupied with other matters, travelling seems to be essential for just about anyone. At least through travelling, we can temporarily escape from the everyday responsibilities of work. In fact, research finds that travelling is beneficial for health and is thus currently evolving into a way of life for many today and most especially for our fellow #SobatPasspod.

Evidently, the Chinese calendar has it that travellers following special times and destinations to go on holiday may find fortune on their way. Check out the list of top places to vacation we’ve compiled based on your zodiac

 

Mouse Zodiac 

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For those born in 2008, 1996, 1984, 1972, 1960 and 1948 classify under the mouse zodiac. Word has it, the mouse zodiac in the year of pig are recommended to visit Uruguay, Sydney, Guangzhou, Johor (Malaysia), Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea or South Africa to obtain their luck. The Mouse Zodiac is recommended  to start a business abroad and expand their networking to countries like Singapore and Hongkong this year. Visiting with those having an ox, dragon or monkey zodiac might also prove to be lots of fun. You should also initiate friendships and get to know people outside your current social circle. Also, trying new activities like joining dance classes and participating in social activities is recommended.

Ox Zodiac 

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Grab your luck from visiting places like Beijing, New Delhi, Berlin or even Russia for Ox Zodiac born in 2009, 1997, 1985, 1973, 1961, and 1949. Try to start spending more time for yourself to better know yourself. For instance, by visiting worship places or spiritual destinations to seek some serenity. If you don’t wish to go alone, ask your mouse, snake or rooster zodiac friends to come along. Indulging yourself in new sports like yoga might also help you to relax.

 

Tiger Zodiac 

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And for fellow Tiger Zodiacs, try to make time to visit Thailand, Cambodia, Italy, Bhutan or Boston in the year of pig. Who knows, those born in 2010, 1998, 1986, 1974, 1950 might just find favour in those destinations. Ask your mouse, snake and rooster zodiac friends to join you on this adventure. A number of favorable opportunities of wealth and collaboration offers are also to be expected this year. But do keep in mind to also go on an adventure and try out extreme sports!

 

Rabbit Zodiac

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Shanghai, Washington and Romania are the top destinations to visit for the Rabbit Zodiac as according to your zodiac in the year of pig, it’s where your luck resides. This is intended for those born in 2011, 1999, 1987, 1975, 1963 and 1951. Fortunately, luck happens to be on your side. That is, if you work hard and not slack off. Start the year by exploring new things in unique places with friends with Goat, Dog or Pig zodiacs. Additionally, exploring cool places with beautiful views doesn’t sound bad at all.

 

Dragon Zodiac 

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Those of you born in 2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964 and 1952, you should definitely think about traveling destination like Cape Town, Spain, Portugal, Nepal, Paris, Santorini or even Jakarta. You need to focus on meeting your soulmate this year. Try to travel with those whose zodiac are mouse, monkey or rooster as they might just be the one. Say, romantic places for example to stargaze or anywhere scenic in general.

Snake Zodiac 

 

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The Snake Zodiacs ought to visit places like Greece, Vietnam, Peru, Los Angeles or countries known for possessing rich historical background or artifacts. Those born in 2013, 2001, 1989, 1977, 1965, and 1953 should aim to acquire as much experience, knowledge and values as they can. Going on adventures with mouse, monkey or rooster zodiac are highly recommended. Be engaged in exploring the world’s colorful cultural diversity!

Horse Zodiac 

 

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 Fetch your luck all the way to Houston (U.S.), Argentina, Tasmania, Germany and Bangkok. This year is all about gathering the courage to solve problems and make big decisions. Traveling with those whose zodiac are tiger, goat and dog would prove to be fun for those born in 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966 and 1954 so be sure to act upon it!

 

Goat Zodiac 

 

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The Goat Zodiac born in 2015, 2003, 1991, 1979, 1967 and 1955 should plan an adventure to either Egypt, Turkey, Korea, New York and Malaysia. Taking the chance to visit museums or art fairs  this year would help alleviate your stress. It’s time to use your creativity to come up with interesting ideas and inspiration! Your best traveling partners this year are those with rabbit, horse or pig zodiacs.

 

Monkey Zodiac 

 

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Improve your luck this year by visiting New Zealand, Denmark, Canada, Brazil,Ibiza or even London. Those born in 2016, 2004, 1992, 1980, 1968 and 1956 may try to work more on expanding your network and socialize in gatherings, parties and celebrations. Ask your friends who are of Mouse and Dragon zodiacs for some fun.

 

Rooster Zodiac 

 

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Those born in 2017, 2005, 1993, 1981, 1969, 1957 and 1945 falling under the Rooster zodiac should start their adventure in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Hungary, China to Phillippines. This year is the perfect to focus on personal development. Perhaps through studying overseas, learning a new language to visiting the library filled with litrerature. Try it out with friends who are Ox, Dragon and Snake Zodiac.

 

Dog Zodiac 

 

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Vacationing to Japan, Madrid, Maldives, Vancouver (Canada) may just improve your luck. Those born in 2018, 2006, 1994, 1982, 1970, 1958 and 1946 must keep in mind to spend more time with family this year. This also means some quality time with your friends, perhaps through going out with those belonging to the Tiger, Rabbit or Horse zodiac. Theme parks like Disneyland or Universal Studio would be the perfect destination to do just that!

 

Pig Zodiac 

 

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The year of pig are for of those born in 2019, 2007, 1995, 1983, 1972, 1959 and 1947. You should definitely make either Harbin (China), Xi’an (China), France, Sweden, Mumbai (India) or Dubai as traveling destinations with those possessing Rabbit and Goat Zodiacs. Fine dining and visiting tall landmarks like the Burj Khalifa are also highly recommended. Pay more attention to your career as more work seem to await. Simultaneously, remember to keep your health in check.

Now that you’ve read all about where to go and what to do in this year of pig based on your zodiac, we hope we’ve helped you get your holiday planning sorted in advance especially for those who had the chance. Cheers to the prosperous lunar new year in the year of pig and here’s discovering new places based on your Zodiac! May this year be filled with blessing and abundant happiness. Gong Xi Fat Cai & Happy Holidays #SobatPasspod!

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