7 Reasons to Visit China NOW (Even On a Short Trip)

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As the Chinese proverb states: “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” Taking that first step to visit China may seem daunting, but Anne Supsic gives you seven good reasons to make a trip to China now, even if you can’t stay for long…

Asia’s Most Incredible Treks

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Whether watching the sunrise from the peak of a holy mountain, summiting a sulphur-belching active volcano or scouring the jungle for traces of the endangered black panther, these seven treks are amongst Asia’s most spectacular.

5 Off the Beaten Track Spots to See in South Korea

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For such a tiny country, South Korea has a wealth of beautiful and bizarre attractions. Anna Corbett looks at five places off the beaten track to explore in the Land of the Morning Calm.

7 Unique Winter Activities in Japan

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From exploring an entire village sculpted from ice to sliding down a ski-slope cocooned in an inner tube, these 7 activities offer truly unique ways to spend the winter season in Japan.

Culture Connection: How to Wai Like a Thai

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Kathleen Broadhurst demystifies one of the most common and misunderstood gestures in Thailand.

Top Adventures in China

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China may be known for its history, culture, and food, but Wanderfly writer and adventurer, Kerrin Sheldon, offers some of the top adventures in the Middle Kingdom.

14 Fabulous Things To Do In Beijing

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Susan James offers an insider’s look at some of Beijing’s trendiest restaurants and night life hot spots with in-the-know tips for shopping and sightseeing. You haven’t seen Beijing until you’ve seen the fab 14.

Bantaey Chmar, Cambodia

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Bantaey Chmar is truly the lost Angkorian marvel. These temple ruins are remote and not often visited, making a trip here truly unique. Preservation and development plans to save this temple from looters may, however, threaten this unique experience to get a glimpse of a lost temple.

East Meets West in Istanbul

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The Bosphorus Strait is the thin strip of water that bisects Istanbul and splits the landmasses of Europe and Asia apart. Kirk Shackleton explores the opposing banks from the strait itself, and observes what happens when East meets West.

Top Places to See in Beijing

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The long history of over 3,000 years has bequeathed many world heritage sites to the international city. Beijing is bound to be an unforgettable travel experience. Following is a brief introduction to the most famous attractions in Beijing.