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From Penang Bridge to the Terengganu Drawbridge, Malaysia certainly has no shortage of spectacular bridges. We track down some of the most stunning and best bridges in Malaysia and around the world.
A fleet of 40 traditional dhow boats are being renovated for tourists in Qatar as the country prepares to host the 2022 World Cup.
Divers in the Baltic Sea discovered several Engima machines from World War II that had been forgotten on the sea floor. Now work is under way to learn more about these complex encoding devices.
After more than a year of frustration, diehard American fans of cruise vacations at last sense an end to their Covid-19-imposed stranding, and many are booking trips as soon as they can.
In Canada and the United States, a black bear or grizzly in the wild is something you can witness all too easily if you know where to go.
As more visitors arrived in Antigua and Barbuda, so did the cases of Covid-19.
This book that serves up the history, science and geography behind a myriad of foods beloved by kids
The battle between the state and environmental activists is not new in India but it has rarely been fought by young women like Neola Pereira, who turns up at protests dressed in skinny jeans, fluent in internet-speak, and ready to dance.
A canal is not just a simple waterway for ships to pass by, as our columnist explains.
Impatience has been building with every new project that author George R.R. Martin takes on