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Restoring Cambodia's historical architecture

In order to save Phnom Penh's colonial style, long-standing buildings are being converted into boutique hotels.
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A golden slice of old Tokyo

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The historical Golden Gai neighbourhood is a world away from the glitz of Japan’s capital, with narrow laneways housing about 200 tiny bars, most of which seat fewer than 10 patrons.
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Is crawly cuisine the future of food?

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As a new UN report encourages people to eat insects to help fight world hunger, we visit parts of the planet where crunchy critters are no big deal.
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Living in... Bangkok

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One of Asia’s most stylish cities, Thailand’s capital lures with its modern technology, ancient temples and an intense energy that rarely ebbs.
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Orchha, a living medieval town

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This Indian town wrapped in legends of feudal chivalry and romance packs more history into every square metre than even Agra or Udaipur.
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World’s most original Ferris wheels

From a human-powered machine in Utah to China’s traffic-stopping Tianjin Eye, the classic ride is climbing to new heights and taking travellers along for the ride.


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