Skull Tower was built in the Serbian city of Nis two hundred years ago to scare off attackers. Almost 1000 human skulls were used in construction.
This theme park in Malaysia is all about Islam and local families come here to see the tiny mosques and minarets. So what’s it like for tourists?
An enormous robot statue stands over this Japanese city, as if protecting it from something. But perhaps it has already saved the day!
Walking the streets of Wroclaw, you notice another gnome, then another. By the seventh one you’re almost expecting to see Snow White pop her head out.
I was promised it would taste like chicken. It didn’t. So what is it like to eat a fried tarantula and then have a live spider put on your hands?
There are lots of preconceptions about North Korea. It seems, as the rogue state slowly opens up for tourists, the leaders are trying to change its image.
The propaganda machine of North Korea is always at work. On a visit there, you discover how travel to North Korea means you’re always questioning things.
This has got to be one of the strangest festivals out there. In the usually demure country of Japan, a Shinto shrine dedicates the day to penises!
There’s one Elvis fan who’s taken things to extreme. His entire house has become a shrine to the king – and I feel like he’s lost his sanity along the way.