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Travel and food expert Chua Lam wants people to awaken their five senses
Samarkand was the old city of Central Asia, the crossroads of the ancient silk road. It was a peaceful and thriving city right until the 16th century.
Back alleys, when developed properly, can be a thriving hub for locals and tourists alike.
Russia's Lake Baikal only becomes fully frozen solid in February, when temperatures can reach as low as -50°C in Siberia.
The most mysterious of the ‘stan’ countries, Turkmenistan is a destination worth checking out.
The Nazca Lines in Peru are one of the world’s unsolved archaeological mysteries.
Bolivia's Uyuni lake, the largest salt flat in the world, offers an alluring affect that invokes a feeling different from witnessing the Northern Lights, but with no less the impact.
More people are looking to Okinawa in Japan for a well-rounded holiday – and tips for longevity. Okinawa has 68 centenarians per 100,000 inhabitants, three times more than the US.
The Amazon’s piranha and anaconda, two popular characters in numerous thriller or horror movies, have catapulted the river to infamy. Most tourists are fearful of these animals and so they are fearful of the Amazon, too.
During Barack Obama’s tenure as President of the United States, he twice took his family including his mother-in-law for a vacation at the 55°S “end of the world” Patagonia National Park. This park has a total area of more than 1,000,000 sq km of wilderness.