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Angkor Wat, Cambodia

After three days of exploring ruins that cover one hundred square kilometres and once housed a million people, it is impossible not to be overwhelmed by the architectural legacy and sense of history in central Cambodia.

India's Taj Mahal

A marble structure of such physical perfection it could only have been constructed from the heart. Completed in 1653, the Taj Mahal remains a highlight for many visitors to India.

Jordan's Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum is a remarkable landscape that has been eroded to resemble mounds of melted milk chocolate. For a seemingly lifeless landscape, the energy of the desert is charged with magic.

The Wonders of Jerusalem

Bustling markets, historical and religious landmarks, three major religions and a thriving culinary and nightlife all converge in modern Jerusalem. There’s truly no place on Earth quite like it.

Cruise the Yangtze River

Discover ancient and modern China cruising on one of the world’s great river adventures. River ships range in quality and price, but all flow through the dramatic Three Gorges.

Chiang Mai's Loi Krathong

Like silky coconut milk in a delicious red curry, the Bucket List experience that brings Chiang Mai to life is a magical festival of sky lanterns and water wishes.

Explore Goa

Once a legendary stop on the Hippie Trail, the beach towns of Goa attract a diverse cast of travellers. Rent a scooter and explore the Portuguese-influenced history, and the unbeatable prices of India.

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