Taipei, Taiwan

Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is a modern city home to dizzying skyscrapers, high tech start ups and super-efficient transport systems. It also has a troubled and difficult history, having been passed back and forth between it’s neighbours Japan and […]

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Humayuns tomb in Delhi

Delhi, India

Delhi, the capital of India, sometimes feels more like several cities than one. There are ancient markets where time has barely moved for hundreds of years, imposing colonial-era buildings and boulevards, and corporate headquarters in slick skyscrapers. There’s so much […]

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Buddha statues in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and a city known for its sense of fun. The Thai people are famously friendly and with so much of day to day life conducted outdoors a good sense of humour is necessary to […]

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Jakarta, Indonesia

One of the biggest cities in the world, Jakarta in Indonesia is home to over 30 million people. It’s also a melting pot of Asian cultures, with people from all over the region coming together. You can see colonial buildings […]

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Boats in Phuket

Phuket, Thailand

Just off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea lies the islands of Phuket. The west coast of the island is home to some of the best beaches in Thailand, while the east coast has dramatic scenery and […]

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The Tibetan Plateau high in the Himalayas is a place of contrasts. The Tibetan people are well known for their friendliness and hospitality, despite brutal treatment by the ruling Chinese who have annexed the area. While Tibet might be an […]

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Stupa in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, Nepal

The gateway to the Himalayas, Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and the largest city in the region. While many visitors just pass through on their way to the mountains, there is a plenty to do in the city itself. […]

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Maiden's Tower, Baku.

Baku, Azerbaijan

The capital of Azerbaijan juts out into the Caspian Sea with lovely waterfront views and refreshing breezes. Baku might seem like a offbeat choice but visa reforms means it is now very straightforward and welcoming to travel to. Most younger […]

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shrine in Tokyo park

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is a huge metropolis that is both incredibly futuristic and strangely old fashioned. From the dazzling neon lights of the Akihabara and the eccentric fashions of Harajuku to the calm of the Meiji Shrine and beautiful gardens of the […]

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Elephants in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

It’s the school holidays so we’ve picked a selection of destinations that are perfect for families if you are still struggling for a last minute getaway. We’re starting the week in Sri Lanka, the teardrop-shaped island just off the coast […]

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