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Meet the tarsier: The world's oldest primate

The tarsier is the oldest surviving primate on Earth – but it isn’t easy to find. Travel to the Philippine island that the animal calls home.
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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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The ancient cities of Sri Lanka

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Travellers are flocking to Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle, home to frolicking monkeys, giant Buddha statues and 1,500-year-old palaces.


Living In

Living in: The world’s friendliest cities

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These five cities are among the most welcoming on Earth, thanks to hospitable locals who are quick to smile or help a stranger in need.
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Hainan: China's paradise of exiles

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For centuries, Hainan has been a magnet for political exiles. Today, the island is drawing exiles of another kind: refugees from the pollution and urban hustle found on the mainland.
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Eatimology

Is the banh mi the world’s best sandwich?

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A product of Vietnam’s colonial past, the beloved concoction combines a crunchy French baguette with pork, pate and an ever-changing array of fresh vegetables.
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