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  • From mountains to markets in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    From mountains to markets in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    August 21st, 2014Jamie Fullerton
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    Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, is a tropical gateway to one of the region’s main surfing areas, Kenting. But it’s also well worth a visit in its own right. Jamie Fullerton finds some of the top things to do in Kaohsiung. Taipei, the capital of Taiwan and most travellers’ gateway to the island that is…

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  • How to escape the intensity of Shanghai

    How to escape the intensity of Shanghai

    May 12th, 2014Jamie Fullerton
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    Not far from the taxi horn-laden bustle of Shanghai, Moganshan is a bamboo-adorned retreat perfect for a weekend visit. Jamie Fullerton heads into the trees. Exciting, exhilarating, intense, pungent – Shanghai is many things, but peaceful it is not. Those visiting the city who crave to crank down the ever-present car honks have few options…

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  • Ten great things to do in the Cotswolds

    Ten great things to do in the Cotswolds

    April 29th, 2014Jamie Fullerton
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    Characterised by rolling views of green countryside and English pubs, hotels and shops, a trip to the Cotswolds shows off a delightfully relaxed side of Britain. It’s the perfect place to simmer down the pace of life and get close to nature, but it’s not just bracing country walks on offer. From kid-friendly farm centres…

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  • A Shanghai nightlife guide: 10 great bars in the former French Concession

    A Shanghai nightlife guide: 10 great bars in the former French Concession

    November 21st, 2013Jamie Fullerton
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    The former French Concession in Puxi, Shanghai, is one of the city’s most beautiful areas. With many streets shrouded by overhanging trees it can seem like a world away from the manic bustle that characterizes rest of the place and its 22 million inhabitants. Established in 1849 and handed over in 1943, many of the original French-style buildings…

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