Get lost in the old world, where the search for a new one brought riches that have been carefully preserved.
You might think there aren’t many things to see in Kota Bharu, but this Malaysian city is more than just a transit point.
Built centuries ago, these palatial homes in Genoa have only got better with age. No wonder they’re now on the World Heritage List.
After the tsunami hit Japan in 2011, the entire community of Yuriage was devastated. But this sake brewery saw it as their mission to revitalise the town!
An English-style boarding school right next to a mosque? Plus an opulent palace! This is one of Malaysia’s lesser-known royal cities.
It’s just 90 minutes on the train from Tokyo to Sendai but it’s far from the tourist crowds. Here’s why Miyagi Prefecture offers a wonderful balance of nature, heritage and food!
The Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace may get all the attention but there are more Medici Villas and Gardens in Tuscany that you can visit.
It’s been worshipped for at least 1500 years but perhaps this mountain was declared sacred just to attract Silk Road travellers?
It may not seem as glamorous as other Bavarian castles, but the Munich Residenz is one of the city’s gems and worth the visit!