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World Tourism Day: A Focus on Rural Destinations

Travelling is an essential part of life. It allows you to explore places that you would never have been exposed to otherwise, meeting people...

Entering the Yali Tribe

Where waters run wild and forests grow free, there are groups of people who live alongside Nature in perfect harmony. Tribes across the world...

International Polar Bear Day: Meet the Snow Giants

Today, on International Polar Bear Day, we celebrate the majestic snow giant and its charming characteristics. 

ASIAN Geographic Special Interview Feature @ The Incredible India Roadshow

The Best Places to Visit in India 2020 ASIAN Geographic Magazines Publisher, John Thet, sat with Mr Jawed Ashraf, High Commissioner of India to the...

An Epic Creation

Text by Shreya Acharya The birth of writing from ancient Sumer has led to prominent and influential literary works, such as the Epic of Gilgamesh,...

Still Standing: Tasmania’s Richmond Bridge – Landmark of Convict Labours

TASMANIA’S Richmond Bridge is a tribute to simple form and a lasting symbol of Australia’s European origins. While surviving convict-built bridges are still relatively...

Between Jerusalem and Haifa

The Old City of Jerusalem is but one kilometre square. Within it is a microcosm of a whole world – the city markets still...

Bali – Island of the Gods

text by Made Wijaya When I first swam ashore to South Bali in 1973, I had no idea that I would spend the next 40...

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Island Nations of Asia

What is an Island Nation? An island country is a nation that is made up of one or more islands or land that is surrounded completely by water. Around one-fifth of Asia is made up of island nations, and while island countries are typically small with low populations, some, like...

The Pyramid of Gunung Padang

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