Named the “Land of Kings” for good reason, visitors can spend days soaking up the atmosphere in one of India’s most iconic and alluring regions.
From a fuming Italian volcano to India’s land of kings, these natural and manmade marvels are the latest treasures to be honoured on Unesco’s World Heritage list.
Just a five-minute ferry ride from Singapore’s busy streets is Pulau Ubin, a near pristine oasis with some of the best city-fringe cycling and mountain biking in Southeast Asia.
The South Korean capital makes waves for technological innovation and K-pop music, but it is the nights that are enticing travellers, with a host of traditions both old and new.
Imbued with a sense of the divine, these five locales are known for their religious histories and sacred spaces that attract visitors and devotees from around the globe.
Mandatory traditional dress, an abundance of monasteries and an ancient archery tradition capture the Himalayan nation’s deep-seated heritage.