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27 April 2016, 07:00am
Go on, have a Singapore fling
Go on, have a Singapore fling
Travel

Luxury, art, history and shopping... Sarah Oliver packs it all into a single day in this amazing city.

26 April 2016, 3:00pm
Meet the Kate of the Himalayas
Meet the Kate of the Himalayas
Travel

Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge has much in common with Bhutan’s Queen Jetsun, writes Alice Smellie.

21 April 2016, 5:00pm
Ethical window into Myanmar culture
Ethical window into Myanmar culture
Travel

Lining up a neat row of handmade 'long-neck dolls' at a new craft market, Mu Par hopes to entice tourists to her eastern Myanmar homeland.

19 April 2016, 5:00pm
48 hours in stylish Taipei
48 hours in stylish Taipei

Spring is the best time to visit, before the sweltering summer heat and humidity kicks in.

18 April 2016, 2:00pm
Buddhism links ‘temple to the people’
Buddhism links ‘temple to the people’

At first glance, the cafe, that also serves alcohol, looks like any other except for an altar next to the countertop bar with a Buddha statue.

14 April 2016, 2:00pm
Nepal looks to local tourism with Travel Year
Nepal looks to local tourism with Travel Year
Travel

The country's tourism industry has been struggling to recover from last year's earthquake and subsequent blockade in the southern border points.

14 April 2016, 10:15am
Nostalgia in a Tokyo park
Nostalgia in a Tokyo park

A park featuring popular Japanese character Monchhichi has opened in the character's birthplace of Katsushika Ward.

13 April 2016, 09:56am
#Songkran fest: No alcohol and topless dancing
#Songkran fest: No alcohol and topless dancing

The holiday, which takes place at the peak of Thailand's sweltering dry season, is also known as one of the world's biggest water fights.

11 April 2016, 10:20am
Japan sticks to tattoo ban for foreigners
Japan sticks to tattoo ban for foreigners

Tattooed and plan to visit a Japanese ryokan inn? Read this first...

8 April 2016, 10:40am
New route boosts China-Kazakhstan tourism
New route boosts China-Kazakhstan tourism
Travel

A cross-border group tourist route was officially opened in Xinjiang's Alataw Pass City, offering a new channel for Chinese ...

7 April 2016, 5:00pm
How to do Vietnam on a shoestring budget
How to do Vietnam on a shoestring budget

Visas are inexpensive or not required, street food is cheap and tasty. We show you how to travel through Vietnam on less than R1 200 a day.

6 April 2016, 10:35am
‘We treat our heritage as a burden’
‘We treat our heritage as a burden’

Deep inside Delhi's packed Nizamuddin neighbourhood, a family has lived in the vaults of the Atgah Khan tomb, built in 1566, for generations.

6 April 2016, 06:08am
Pics: Little Petra in the rain
Pics: Little Petra in the rain
Travel

Tourists travel here to see the temples and hike the Nabatean routes connected to the 600km Jordan Trail.

4 April 2016, 2:00pm
Ninja wanted: Any nationality welcome
Ninja wanted: Any nationality welcome

Aichi prefecture in central Japan had been seeking six full-time ninja.

31 March 2016, 5:00pm
Only the best solid gold for Myanmar monument
Only the best solid gold for Myanmar monument
Travel

The five-yearly renovation at the Sule Pagoda sees the monument shed its weather-damaged frontage.