LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - Dec. 19, 2013) - Although the wintery conditions and icy cold may well have dissuaded you from journeying outdoors, we at Business Destinations have taken it upon ourselves to suggest some of the altogether more unconventional ways you can make the most of this season. Far from the generic travel guides that so often populate the waste paper bin, Business Destinations offers innumerable nuggets of wisdom on how the discerning traveler can best weather the winter blues.
To begin with, the new Winter 2014 issue takes a look at some of Asia's must-see spots, delving first into Tokyo and its newfound willingness to welcome the masses, as well as the modern metropolis of Songdo, South Korea's sorely overlooked city of the future.
Elsewhere, Business Destinations explore the adrenalin-inducing adventure that is ice climbing and highlight the world's greatest and most treacherous spots to explore if you dare; and we countdown the world's top 10 happiest countries - even as the winter weather dampens spirits the world over.
For those looking to soak up a healthy dose of culture this season, we reflect on the career of cockney boy and fashion photography pioneer David Bailey as well as the avant-garde, Italian-born architect Renzo Piano. This issue's special reports reflect on how freezer food is threatening the art of haute cuisine and how traditional craftsmanship is staging a come back in London.
If you like to make travel your business, the new Winter 2014 Business Destinations is an unparalleled resource for those looking to enter the new year with a bang. To read any of the aforementioned articles, along with a host of others, the new Business Destinations is available in print and online now.
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