Hundreds of years ago, a relic of Buddha ended up here in Sri Lanka. Today, the temple holding it brings pilgrims from all across the world.
Before tourists arrived on Bali, the Indonesian island had developed a beautiful cultural landscape that’s still visible… but under threat.
Monkeys, strange festivals, striking temples and stunning natural features. If you visit Kuala Lumpur, you can’t miss this place!
One of the strangest sights you will ever see – this creepy church is decorated with the bones of thousands of dead bodies!
Borobudur Temple in Central Java, the world’s largest Buddhist temple, was lost for centuries. Now it’s restored and is Indonesia’s biggest tourist site.
The Indonesian city of Yogyakarta has two incredible temples within easy reach. Here is the story of Prambanan, the largest Hindu complex in the country.
It’s one of the most famous landmarks in Tokyo but, without its namesake, Japan could have turned out to have been very different.
It took more than 600 years to build but it was worth the wait. Cologne Cathedral is one of the most impressive sights in Germany.
Despite being impressed by the opulence of St Peter’s Basilica, I can’t help but think about what it represents and why I am so uncomfortable with that.