5 Eco-Friendly Tours To Go On In Southeast Asia

As more people become aware of the importance of sustainability and taking care of the environment, there has been a rise in eco-conscious travelers who are looking for an experience beyond the usual touristy...

How Wesak – Buddhism’s Holiest Day –  Is Celebrated Around The World

Wesak (or Vesak as it is known in some countries) is one of the most important religious festivals in Buddhism. It commemorates the birth, enlightenment and death of Siddhartha Gautama, otherwise known as the...

You Won’t Believe These Beautiful Pictures Are Of Perlis, Malaysia

Malaysia's northern-most state, Perlis, is also its smallest, but it has many quaint villages and picturesque scenery that hide a wealth of natural, cultural and historical richness. Here is a glimpse of what it...

A Guide To Jeddah: A City Of History

Saudi Arabia’s second largest city – Jeddah – is attracting more tourists to the kingdom, with resorts, beaches, art galleries, shopping districts and restaurants dotting its Red Sea waterfront. Many people would associate tourism in...

5 Historic Cities In Southeast Asia That Will Take You Back in Time

Southeast Asia is home many ancient capitals that were once cradles of civilisation. Some of these have survived the centuries in the form of relics, artefacts and well-preserved buildings; others lie in partial ruins that...

A Guide To Fuzhou, China: The City With Good Luck

Behind its façade of a high-rise, industrial city, China’s Fuzhou in Fujian province hides hidden gems and a fascinating history. Illustration Maggie Li Downtown Mountains While most of the centre of this city of seven million...

Five Ways To Show Mum You Love Her This Mother’s Day

A mother’s love is incomparable - and Mother’s Day, which falls on 12 May this year, is a good way to honour the most important woman in our lives. What with our hectic schedules,...

The Spirit Of Ramadan

Ramadan is not just about abstaining from food and drink during daylight but the observation of the spiritual side of Islam’s holiest month. Photography 123rf As the last rays of the sun fade over the Arabian...

5 Restaurants In Phnom Penh That Are Reinventing Cambodian Cuisine

The Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh is home to an eclectic range of restaurants serving up creative plates. Here are five standout spots. Words Marissa Carruthers Photography Enric Català Contreras Innovative flair spills out of kitchens...

Going Under: Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant Opens In Norway

In the quaint village of Baly on the south coast of Norway, five hours away from Oslo, sits a large, monolithic concrete tube half submerged in the sea. It may seem like something out...
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