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  • The most beautiful places in India

    The most beautiful places in India

    November 8th, 2018Jenny Cahill-Jones
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  • 7 Unmissable things to do in Ho Chi Minh City

    7 Unmissable things to do in Ho Chi Minh City

    November 7th, 2018Iseult Larkin
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    Irrepressible Ho Chi Minh City is the bustling hub of Vietnam’s south. You’ll often hear locals refer to it as Saigon, the name it went by when it served as the capital of French Cochinchina. When South Vietnam became an independent republic in 1955, Saigon retained its status. It was renamed Ho Chi Minh City once... Read more »

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  • 9 Reasons to visit Sri Lanka’s east coast

    9 Reasons to visit Sri Lanka’s east coast

    November 6th, 2018Tamara Hinson
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    Sri Lanka is emerging as one of the world’s coolest destinations, with growing numbers flocking to hotspots like the southern port town of Galle, and the tea plantation-covered hills of Kandy. Our advice? Avoid the crowds and head for Sri Lanka’s east coast – before the rest of the world does the same. (…continued below) 1.... Read more »

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  • Where to surf in Sri Lanka

    Where to surf in Sri Lanka

    November 1st, 2018Kirsten Powley
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    Sri Lanka is the destination on everyone’s radar, with its jaw-dropping landscapes, stunning architecture and exotic wildlife – everything from jaguars to elephants. But there’s another reason to visit this unassuming island off the south coast of India, when the expansive beaches and blue waves can be appreciated at their fullest: surfing. Whether you’re trying the sport for... Read more »

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  • Surfari time: Sri Lanka’s best beaches

    Surfari time: Sri Lanka’s best beaches

    October 16th, 2018Iseult Larkin
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    Surfari time: Sri Lanka’s best beaches. Roughly the size of Ireland, Sri Lanka may be diminutive, but it packs an awful lot in between its palm-fringed shores. This teardrop-shaped island has no fewer than 22 national parks where you can feast your eyes on wild elephants, mugger crocodiles, and if you’re very lucky, maybe even... Read more »

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  • 4 Vietnam travel tips to keep you on the right track

    4 Vietnam travel tips to keep you on the right track

    October 10th, 2018Iseult Larkin
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    4 Vietnam travel tips to keep you on the right track. The Vietnamese have a saying: “A day of travelling will bring a basketful of learning”. When it comes to experiencing Vietnam for yourself, you’ll find a lot of truth in this proverb. The crossroads of Southeast Asia, it’s a country of warmth, unsurpassed hospitality... Read more »

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  • Discovering Kanazawa: the rise of Japan’s “Little Kyoto”

    Discovering Kanazawa: the rise of Japan’s “Little Kyoto”

    October 9th, 2018Olivia Rawes
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    Japan Trip: Kanazawa – the rise of “Little Kyoto”. Once one of Japan’s largest cities, in recent decades Kanazawa has languished in the shadow of its better-known rivals. But all that’s changing now, with the west coast city surging on a new wave of optimism boosted by the arrival of the Shinkansen’s high-speed rail links. Kanazawa is well... Read more »

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  • 10 Places to visit in Sri Lanka now

    10 Places to visit in Sri Lanka now

    October 2nd, 2018Georgia Stephens
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    10 Places to visit in Sri Lanka now Sri Lanka hasn’t been on most traveller’s radar for very long, but it’s rapidly gaining in popularity – for good reason. On this island in the Indian Ocean you’ll discover ancient civilisations, tea-swathed hillsides, idyllic beaches and holy mountains. It’s a place where leopards slink through lowland jungles and the... Read more »

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  • Where to eat in Singapore now

    Where to eat in Singapore now

    September 28th, 2018Keith Drew
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    Singapore is the culinary crossroads of Southeast Asia, where Malayan sambal hot sauces meet Chinese noodle dishes and curries from Kerala. Dining out here is a way of life – the local greeting is “Have you eaten yet?” – so make sure you pick the best places to eat in Singapore with the help of... Read more »

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  • Una Una: the Indonesian island on the rise

    Una Una: the Indonesian island on the rise

    September 10th, 2018Marco Ferrarese
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    The Togean archipelago in the Gulf of Tomini, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, made the Rough Guide to 2018. However, Una Una, the northernmost and most secluded of the 56 Togean islands, is the one most definitely on the rise. The only volcanic island in the region, it has a fascinating story behind it. What’s so special... Read more »

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  • Eating insects in Bangkok: the future of food?

    Eating insects in Bangkok: the future of food?

    August 8th, 2018Tamara Hinson
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    Three courses into my tasting menu at what’s regarded as one of Bangkok‘s top restaurants and I’ve reached the moment I’m dreading: the ravioli. But the reason for my weariness isn’t an intolerance to wheat, or the spicy turmeric sauce drizzled over the delicate parcel of meat. It’s the knowledge of what lies beneath – in... Read more »

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  • A guide to diving the Andaman Islands

    A guide to diving the Andaman Islands

    July 26th, 2018Robyn Wilson
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    Some 850 miles off the east coast of India lies a remote and tropical archipelago coated in natural beauty. Its mangrove-lined shores and untouched coral reefs teem with marine life that promises divers of all abilities unique underwater experiences. It is this (and so much more) that places the Andaman and Nicobar Islands among the world’s... Read more »

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