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  • Photographer: Lonely Planet/Pete Seaward

  • Australia in eight days

    The most thinly populated region in the world (barring Antarctica) is Oceania and it is dominated by Australia, which has cities on its endless coastlines and the center houses the great Australian Outback (barren deserts and scrub lands). While the…

  • Photographer: Lonely Planet/Dan Eugen Birtu

  • The hidden charms of Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Siem Reap, in northwestern Cambodia, is a temple town that has more secrets up its sleeves than just its temples. Swarms of tourists and backpackers throng this small French colonial town to hold in awe the largest temple complex in…

  • Photographer: Flickr/Andy/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

  • Best burgers in Delhi and where to get them

    You’ve reached the restaurant, gone through the menu and decided to go for a burger. Perfect. But do you know which one to order? We’ll make that task simpler for you. When it comes to burgers, Delhi will spoil you…

  • Photographer: Flickr/khoibinh/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

  • 9 must-see beaches in and around Visakhapatnam

    Visakhapatnam (Vizag) is Andhra Pradesh’s second-largest city and there’s no escaping its beaches. Visakhapatnam’s long shoreline can be pretty busy with beach activities. Flanked by lush rolling greens with the odd naval ship on the horizon, it makes for a…

  • Photographer: Flickr/Takuma Kimura/CC BY-SA 2.0

  • 10 best places to eat in Japan

    After Unesco added Japanese cuisine – known in Japan as washoku – to its Intangible Cultural Heritage list in late 2013, it stood head to head with French cuisine, the only other national culinary tradition to be so honoured. A journey around Japan reveals…

  • Photographer: Flickr/yannick974/CC BY-ND 2.0

  • Five interesting places in Mauritius that don’t involve a beach

    With historic sites and geological marvels, there’s more to Mauritius than its picture perfect beaches. When you think of Mauritius, visuals of turquoise blue waters and white sand beaches immediately pop up. But there is another side to this tiny…

  • Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh

    Mughal melodrama GREAT FROM: Mumbai, Indore, Bhopal GREAT FOR: History buffs GO NOW: While pleasant weather and while the old houses in town still stand. Blame it on the darn termites. If it weren’t for them (or so the proud…

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