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Land of Smiles losing its shine?

Carnage in Bangkok targets tourism and threatens economy. Simon Calder reports

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E-visa turns India’s tourism figures around

India's tourist numbers have jumped dramatically from a year ago, thanks to the e-tourist visa.

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Eerie Japanese island lost in history

It's as if the Sarushima battery has become an integral part of the thick woods after 70 years. Yutaka Mitsuo goes exploring.

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Land of Smiles losing its shine?
August 25 2015 at 06:53

Carnage in Bangkok targets tourism and threatens economy. Simon Calder reports

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E-visa turns India’s tourism figures around
August 24 2015 at 12:01

India's tourist numbers have jumped dramatically from a year ago, thanks to the e-tourist visa.

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Eerie Japanese island lost in history
August 21 2015 at 06:36

It's as if the Sarushima battery has become an integral part of the thick woods after 70 years. Yutaka Mitsuo goes exploring.

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The car's the star, even for a Maharaja
August 20 2015 at 06:49

Indians, it turns out, are vintage-car nuts - not just as collectors, but as devoted restorers and resurrectionists.

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Behind the ‘Great Firewall of China’
August 18 2015 at 07:18

Behind the Chinese internet firewall restrictions, BBC journalist Benjamin Zand managed to navigate his way with his smartphone.

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China making the most of its culture
August 14 2015 at 06:27

Nicolette Dirk recently spent two weeks in Xinjiang, a city in China's northwest.

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Lost in time in a Japanese gorge
August 13 2015 at 11:32

Sandankyo gorge in Japan echoes with birdsong (and frogsong), writes Minako Yamamoto.

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Keeping India’s tradition alive
August 12 2015 at 06:37

Pen, in Maharashtra state, is renowned for its exquisitely designed and beautifully coloured statues of the auspicious god Ganesha.

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China’s plans for new mega-city
July 29 2015 at 10:21

China has plans to massively expand its current capital, Beijing, to create a city that will measure a jaw-dropping 82 000sqm. [VIDEO]

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Versatile Bali has all you need
July 27 2015 at 07:09

Whether you seek dancing or romancing; the Indonesian Island of the Gods fits all comers.

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