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  • Asia’s most visited countries

    China is the top most travel destination in Asia for the world's tourists, according to the latest figures published by the World Bank.

  • Explore Kushtia in one day

    One can easily pay a visit to Kushtia in a day with a good plan. Here is how one can cover the maximum spots of this spiritually and culturally rich area in just a day.

  • Hong Kong, freedom, isles

    Exploring the little isles of freedom in Hong Kong

    It is a risk worth taking to explore the outlying islands in Hong Kong, as is evident from these photographs clicked by DJ Clark using a drone and phone.

  • Rafting in China

    Yangshuo has many beautiful fresh mountain springs and rivers, tumbling off the mountains. And now, you can tumble off them too!

  • Humpback whale splashes Sydney tourists

    This is the spectacular moment a humpback whale breached high into the air just metres from a boat full of tourists.

  • Monsoon travels around the country

    he land of six-seasons, many rivers and golden fields is at the zenith of its beauty during the monsoon. Read on to find out some of the places you could visit around the country.

  • Heritage sites in Tongibari

    Once known as the City of Courage, Bikrampur -- now called Munshiganj -- holds a history of more than 2,500 years. And if you are planning a day-trip to visit a few heritage sites close to Dhaka, then make a trip to Tongibari, a part of the-then Bikrampur capital of Bengal. We managed to visit only three out of the dozens of heritage sites there.

  • Bangladesh is a food bonanza, says chef Kiran Jethwa

    Celebrity chef Kiran Jethwa traverses the length of Bangladesh, one of the top fish producing nations, and discovers that the country’s fishing industry is as diverse as it can be dangerous.

  • Thailand to close island to tourists

    The Thai island Koh Tachai is set to close, as authorities warn heavy tourism is negatively affecting natural resources and the environment.

  • Nat Geo's exclusive with emerging explorer Wasfia Nazreen

    Wasfia Nazreen, who was recently awarded as the Emerging Explorer accolade by National Geographic gives an exclusive interview about how it all began.

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