Kumano Kodo

The trails of Japan’s revitalised Kumano Kodo once carried pilgrims devoted to nature worship. Today they transport hikers through a mystical land of hot springs, soaring cascades and sacred shrines.

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Blue Mountains

Driving along a Sydney motorway after an international flight from London’s Heathrow, I can’t escape the feeling that something is wrong – really wrong.

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Pulau Sabu and Raijua

Colours visits Pulau Sabu and Raijua to explore pink soil, blue waters and white sandy beaches as well as the historic sites and culture that have stood the test of time.

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Kepahiang

“Bengkulu is known for the Rafflesia, its tea and its coffee. Those were the three gems responsible for Bengkulu’s fame,” says our driver Muhammad Ikhsan explaining about this province.

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