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FRENCHMAN Alain Robert scales buildings to overcome his fear of heights.
The only reason most of us would go back to work on a public holiday (and grudgingly at that) would be the double overtime. But there are people, like radio disc jockey Yasmin Yusoff, who come to office because they (gasp) actually want to.
THERE is warfare on the roads with thousands of on-the-spot deaths a year. If they#8217;re lucky, 1% of the critical cases survives upon reaching the hospital.
The famed Angkor Wat is best seen in the afternoon and best kept for last. The most beautiful of all the shrines, it was constructed in the early 12th century and was once the key capital of a vast and significant empire that stretched across South-East Asia.
Even today, the aura of grandeur and power still emanates from Cambodia#8217;s enigmatic Khmer past, attracting travellers from near and far to one of the most beautiful monuments ever built #8211; the majestic Angkor temples.
GRAHAM SIMMONS visits the vertiginous state of Sikkim in India and discovers a land of dramatic views.
HENRY Cheah may not be a household name, he may not be rich and he may not have earned many accolades; in fact, he has sacrificed many of the comforts of the modern world to lend a hand to his fellow man. LI EE KEE finds out more about the mission worker who resides in Bolivia.