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Mysterious: This is not an artist impression; it’s the real thing. The Anantara Qasr al Sarab Desert Resort, in the United Arab Emirates, is isolated, mysterious and completely captivating as it resembles an ancient desert castle. — Photos from Agoda.com
Bagan is one of the treasures of Myanmar. Now, with the e-visa in place, it has become easier to visit the culturally rich country. 	— AFP
Rest in nature: The view of Kakadu National Park from Ubirr. This is Australia’s largest terrestrial national park at almost two million hectares (about half the size of Switzerland). — Photos from Tourism Australia
Formidable: Brimstone Hill Fortress was built largely from quarried blackened basalt rock from 1690 to 1790. — Photos by Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT

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Mysterious: This is not an artist impression; it’s the real thing. The Anantara Qasr al Sarab Desert Resort, in the United Arab Emirates, is isolated, mysterious and completely captivating as it resembles an ancient desert castle. — Photos from Agoda.com
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Asia

Bagan is one of the treasures of Myanmar. Now, with the e-visa in place, it has become easier to visit the culturally rich country. 	— AFP
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Europe

Partly ruined statues found at an ancient Greek tomb. Speculation is mounting that the tomb, which dates back from Alexander's lifetime (356-323BC), may be untouched, with its treasures intact. - AFP
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Oceania

Rest in nature: The view of Kakadu National Park from Ubirr. This is Australia’s largest terrestrial national park at almost two million hectares (about half the size of Switzerland). — Photos from Tourism Australia
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Formidable: Brimstone Hill Fortress was built largely from quarried blackened basalt rock from 1690 to 1790. — Photos by Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT
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Africa

Trekkers on the way up to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Climbing Kilimanjaro, the roof of Africa

Despite gasping for breath and freezing even in her sleeping bag, one intrepid Malaysian lady still thinks that climbing Kilimanjaro is easier than taking care of two kids.

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