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The changing face of Yangon

Myanmar, {Burma}

The changing face of Yangon

Chen Jinyao explores a rapidly modernising city with an increasing number of skyscrapers and Western-style services

Yangon’s train to nowhere

Yangon, Myanmar, {Burma}

Yangon’s train to nowhere

The circular train that starts and ends at Yangon Central Railway Station gives a glimpse of daily life in Myanmar's biggest city

在缅甸的80小时

Myanmar, {Burma}

在缅甸的80小时

最近在重新整理游记时发现,原来库中还有被遗留下来的存档,甚至是被遗忘的照片。一页一页又一张张...

Lazy days in Myanmar

Myanmar, {Burma}

Lazy days in Myanmar

Explore the country’s storied past on board a cruise ship and in a hot-air balloon

Vibrant with old-world charm

Myanmar, {Burma}

Vibrant with old-world charm

Colonial-style architecture coupled with stunning stupas and tasty local fare make Yangon an interesting destination

On the temple track

Bagan, Myanmar, {Burma}

On the temple track

Clara Lock explores the plains of ancient city Bagan on a horse-drawn carriage and finds surprises at every turn

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See Myanmar in great style

October 05, 2012, Myanmar, {Burma}

See Myanmar in great style

New luxurious five-star hotels in the country cater to well-heeled travellers

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A revitalised Paris of Java

As transportation and hotels in Bandung are upgraded in time for the Asian Games, Jonathan Evans sizes up the old and new in Indonesia’s third most populous city

Kuching chic

The capital of Sarawak is developing into a snazzy city and is slated to become the newest travel destination in Malaysia, as Carolyn Hong discovers

Rural interlude in Sapa

Hong Weixi gets a taste of everyday village life in Vietnam

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Suzanne Sng gets some exercise while enjoying the fantastic views in California’s Bay Area

Close encounters

Gibbons, macaques, elephants, hornbills and bats are some of the wildlife species Tan Chung Lee gets to see at Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park

Exploring the Ekka

Melissa Anne Tan shares why she often returns to Brisbane just to attend this annual exhibition