This Week's Features

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Paris

Paris probably has more familiar landmarks than any other city in the world. Welcome to one of the world’s most beautiful and iconic city.

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Montreal

Few cities can compete with Montreal’s mouthwatering mix of food, festivals and fun-centric living. The locals would probably tell you how proud they are with the authentic French they speak compared to France.

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Sydney

Sydney, one of the most iconic cities in the world, is my second home after Malaysia. It was the glitzy side that first attracted me – the sense that there was always something thrilling going on somewhere, and if you turned the right corner, you could be part of it.

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Jakarta

Jakarta certainly isn’t a primary tourist destination, but parts of the atmospheric old city (Kota) offer an interesting insight into the capital’s long history.

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Newcastle

For the uninitiated, Newcastle is all about coal and industry – the lifeblood of modern civilization but not that interesting for tourists.

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In Japan, a temple devoted to mothers — and breasts – CNN.com

A sacred temple in Wakayama is filled with thousands of depictions of female breasts, left as offerings by visitors who come to pray for women’s health issues. Source: In Japan, a temple devoted to mothers — and breasts – CNN.com

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Disney’s new Shanghai park is no blockbuster yet – Oct. 5, 2016

Disney’s new mega theme park in Shanghai appears to be struggling to become a blockbuster hit with China’s cost-conscious consumers. Source: Disney’s new Shanghai park is no blockbuster yet – Oct. 5, 2016

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Hong Kong’s most scenic, sexiest roads – CNN.com

With smooth runs that twist through subtropical forests and over misty hilltops, Hong Kong is made for motoring Source: Hong Kong’s most scenic, sexiest roads – CNN.com

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Chengde

Originally known as Rehe (and as ‘Jehol’ in Europe), Chengde evolved during the first half of the Qing dynasty from hunting grounds to full-scale summer resort and China’ centre of foreign affairs.

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Suzhou

Marco Polo once claimed that Suzhou was one of the most beautiful cities in China (though Hangzhou was better).

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