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Nepal’s local eateries

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Hidden in and around Kathmandu’s nameless alleys are countless traditional bhatti serving rice-based home brew and various buffalo meat snacks in historic settings.
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Should you travel to Japan?

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While there are still scars from the 11 March earthquake and tsunami, visitor numbers are slowly returning to normal, particularly in the country's southern and far northern regions.
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Beyond the Headlines

The etiquette of Japanese onsen

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Japan’s more than 25,000 naturally-occurring mineral hot springs help power 3,000 spa resorts across the country.
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Kyoto’s serene temple stays

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Modern travellers can stay in ancient sanctuaries that have been providing solace to weary pilgrims for centuries.
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Kyoto’s coffee culture

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In a city known for its affinity for tea, owner-run cafes – which take both coffee and the space in which it is consumed very seriously -- are flourishing.
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Living In

Living in... Kyoto

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The Japanese city beautifully balances the preservation of its past with modern conveniences and access to the surrounding countryside.
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