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Golden Eagles Are Treated Like Family in Mongolia’s Altai Mountains
Golden Eagles Are Treated Like Family in Mongolia’s Altai Mountains

In Mongolia’s Altai mountains, the nomadic Kazakh hunters that inhabit the area have some additional support when out on the hunt.
Mongolia's 6,000-year Tradition
Mongolia's 6,000-year Tradition

Eagle hunters have been practicing the art of berkutchi across the Central Asian steppe for generations. Now they have almost all gone.
Myanmar’s Tattooed Chin Women
Myanmar’s Tattooed Chin Women

In Myanmar’s mountainous and hard-to-reach Chin State, the ethnic minority women are renowned for their remarkable face tattoos.
Gondar Ethiopia
Bathed in the Spirit

Gondar's many castles have led it to be called Africa's Camelot. But a visit to the northern Ethiopian city during Timkat, the festival that marks the Epiphny reveals a spirituality that outsrips even its royal splendor.
Go Wild in Laos
Go Wild

With a wealth of natural beauty and traditional culture, Laos, Southeast Asia's untrammelled ecotourism gem, beckons intrepid travellers.
Inside Ethiopia's Sizzling Cauldron
Inside Ethiopia's Sizzling Cauldron

The tribal Afar people have inhabited this arid moonscape for centuries, eking out a living by transporting salt across the brutal desert by camel caravans.
9 Secret Beaches in South-east Asia You Need To Know About
9 Secret Beaches in South-east Asia

If overcrowded beaches and selfie sticks are your idea of a nightmare, you’ll be glad to know there are secret slices of sand and sea across South-east Asia waiting to be explored.
Nang Loeng, Bangkok
Bangkok's Original Foodie Haunt

The name of Nang Loeng may not ring a bell, but the historical area is home to some of the best traditional street eats you'll find anywhere in the Thai capital.
Cambodia's hidden jungle temple - Beng Mealea
Cambodia's Hidden Jungle Temples

Beng Mealea, an eerie jungle temple that invokes the earlier, less-discovered days of Angkor Wat, gives plenty of hope to the Indiana Jones in all of us.
Khaoyai National Park, Thailand
Jungle Journeys

Trekking through Khao Yai Nationl Park, away from the crowds, offers some amazing natural attractions—just watch out for the leeches!
Adventure Travel Through the Center of Iceland
Adventure Travel Through the Center of Iceland

The central highland of Iceland is a place of lore, magnificent nature and hard-to-pronounce-syllable.
Danakil Depression, Ethiopia
Salt of the Earth

Dubbed the ‘Gateway to Hell’, the Danakil is officially the hottest place on earth, with average temperatures reaching 35 degrees and summers soaring into the 50s.
Yanyang, Yunnan, China
The Great Rice Bowl

Rice planting is back-breaking work, but in Yuanyang in Yunnan, China, it takes on a whole other meaning.
Kerala, India
Sleepy Kerala

From houseboats to hill-top tea estates, discover India's calmer side in Kerala.
Go Rowing in Ninh Binh, Vietnam
Go Rowing in Ninh Binh

Most visitors to Hanoi make a beeline for Halong Bay - the popular UNESCO World Heritage Site - to spend the night aboard a houseboat gazing at the seascape of limestone karsts.
10Best USA Today Bangkok Expert
10Best USA Today Bangkok Expert

Dave works as the Bangkok Local Expert for 10Best.com, an award-winning travel website which is part of the USA TODAY network.
Mongolia
Mongolia

While the eagle hunters do have mobile phones, they still live a hard life on horseback, living in tents, and carrying on the traditions of their great great grandfathers.
Casablanca Morocco
Play It Again, Casablanca

Discover Morocco, minus the tourists, in a city brimming with ancient architecture history, cuisine and culture.
Vegetarian Festival Bangkok
Behind The Mask

Pulling back the curtain on Bangkok's Chinese opera scene, where troupes are content to perform for the gods
Travel Time in Laos
Travel Time in Laos

Luang Nam Tha, this part of the world still remains in a time warp where one can be magically.
People of the Omo Valley
People of the Omo Valley

Ethiopia's Omo river, birthplace of human civilisation and the last frontier of tribal Africal culture.
Wild and Wonderful Myanmar
Wild and Wonderful Myanmar

Myanmar beckons for adventure. The countryside is beautiful, the people are nice, and yet it is tough to get off the beaten path.
Standing Stones
Standing Stones

The Naxi, the indigenous people of historic Lijiang city, have weathered everything from a major earthquake to a rapid influx of tourists, but their traditions are still the bedrock of China’s Yunnan.
Sarawak, Malaysia
Bako Magic, Sarawak

There's something about arriving at a destination by boat. Once you leave the road behind, you feel a lifetime removed from the modern world as billboards, shopping malls and satellite dishes disappear.

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