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Driving one of the world's most remote highways

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Originally a northern segment of the Silk Road trading route, the Pamir Highway has been in use for almost 2,000 years. But few travellers make it there today.


Surfing the waves of a man-made island

Sentosa, a tiny island off the coast of Singapore, is best known for its largely man-made beaches, scarce natural beauty and unexpected water sports.
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A peek into Malaysian tribal life

Indigenous tourism can be an incentive to keep traditions alive, but is too much tourism detrimental? The BBC's Henry Golding revisits his Malaysian tribal roots to find out.
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In Taiwan, a quest to reach Sun Moon Lake

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Taiwan’s most gruelling cycling challenge heads from the depths of the dizzying marble Taroko Gorge to the KOM summit, ending at a green- and blue-hued lake surrounded by leafy hills.
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The Quora Column

What should I drink in your country?

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Every culture has at least one unique libation that visitors must try.
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Words & Wanderlust

Following the Silk Road to the end of China

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Stanley Stewart travels across the wilds of Central Asia, not for gold or conquest, trade or empire, but to explore the outer fringes of the imagination.
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