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Africa 07 Sep 2019 | 6:48 AM

Off The Beat: Up close and personal with the king of beasts in Tanzania

The African plain is harsh territory for most living creatures, and only the fittest survive. But this is exactly where the big cats of Earth call home.

Americas 20 Jul 2019 | 6:00 AM

Bears on the loose in British Columbia, Canada

Up in the Great White North of Canada, our worldly traveller learns the significance of keeping animals wild and free.

Asia & Oceania 15 Jun 2019 | 5:58 AM

Let there be light: Mesmerising Vivid Sydney

Every year, from late May to mid-June, Sydney turns itself into a magical wonderland from 7pm, with “the sails of the world-famous Sydney Opera House bathed in technicolour lights, rising like a beacon in the night sky from its spot at the head of the Sydney Harbour

Asia & Oceania 01 Jun 2019 | 6:00 AM

Off The Beat: Visiting the interesting Teresang Market in Kapit, Sarawak

Kapit, a district of 15,595sq km in size, is the riverine town synonymous with Iban cultures and traditions, being Sarawak’s largest ethnic group, which makes up more than three-quarters of the state’s population.

Animals 18 May 2019 | 6:00 AM

Off The Beat: Call of the wild in Uganda

In the harsh and sometimes gruesome continent that is the birthplace of Man, sublime beauty meets raw power in a perfect paradox.

Europe 04 May 2019 | 7:22 AM

Off The Beat: A search for sakura in London

While seemingly inextricable from Asian culture, Japan’s most famous flower tree, the sakura, also blooms in the heart of the Blighty.

Asia & Oceania 16 Mar 2019 | 6:00 AM

Off The Beat: Chasing waterfalls in Lusong Laku, Sarawak

One of Malaysia's most magnificent waterfalls, Lusong Laku, can be found at this hard-to-reach and little-known area in Sarawak.

Europe 02 Mar 2019 | 6:01 AM

Off The Beat: Lake Baikal, a Siberian land frozen in time

Our city-weary columnist gets a roundabout education about distant and desolate lands at Lake Baikal in Siberia, only to find out they’re not that far after all.