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Isle of sun, sand and sugar

Mauritius

Isle of sun, sand and sugar

While Mauritius is best known as a haven for honeymooners and beach bums, visitors need only look to the sugarcane fields to understand the ...

Lessons from nature

Mauritius

Lessons from nature

Wu Shangyuan crosses paths with giant tortoises and learns about the extinct dodo in Mauritius.

Romance in Mauritius

Mauritius

Romance in Mauritius

Surrounded by turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, the island is the perfect getaway for lovebirds

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Happiness in Hokkaido

Japan’s northernmost island of icy mountains is popular among travellers all-year round for its powdery snow, lavender flowers and fresh seafood

Diving into Krabi adventure

SAY the words “adventure junkie” and you’ll probably think of those who are mad about skydiving, bungee jumping and the like.

Quaint Quedlinburg

Suzanne Sng is transported back to the 14th century in one of Europe’s most well-preserved towns

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More than castles and cream teas

Melissa Anne Tan travels back to the days of yore and experiences the charms of south-west England

Living heritage

Penang’s oldest joss-stick maker is a living example of passion and commitment to an old craft

It’s a wild, wild world

Hong Weixi comes face to face with marine iguanas, sea lions and other wildlife at the Galapagos Islands