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Kharkhiraa-Türgen

Almost as if it's hiding from the gray realities of the modern world lying merely three hours West, the Kharkhiraa-Türgen Mountain Range has retained its unspoiled charm. Its teal glacial lakes and icy-blue streams are tucked between still-pristine snow-capped highlands. The calming silence blankets the picturesque unknown....

Durdle Door

As another day breaks on the English coast of Dorset, I prepare to capture the beauty of Durdle Door. I marvel at the great waves lapping against the majestic limestone cliffs, slowly sculpted by time. It’s amazing how erosion is solely to blame for its magnificence. One cannot help, but think – Will time only alter its beauty, or will time prove that its beauty is fleeting? If the latter’s the case, then, all the more reason to try and capture Durdle Door in a photograph....

Great Ocean Road

As the helicopter hovered over the sheer limestone cliffs of the Twelve Apostles, I look down upon the Great Ocean Road. Taking in all of its splendor, all at once, can be quite overwhelming. From this vantage point, though, it is easy to understand why this harrowing stretch of asphalt and concrete is considered Victoria’s most scenic drive: the irregular coastlines, the deep cliffs, and the thunderously roaring waves make for a quintessentially Australian postcard shot....

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Two’s A Crowd

Whether you're traveling with a newly met travel buddy or your special someone, the entire experience would not always be a walk in the park- there would inevitably, be times of slow-motion hair-pulling when your travel companion gets too irritating. Here are some tips on how you can come back from your short escape in one piece- and, yes, with your glorious mane still intact....

Building Blocks

Over the course of a few years, we have developed different systems of how, what and when we should pack, eventually distilling what goes into our packing list into the essential kits. Don't worry. We'll let you in on our little secret....

Muttrah Souq

Markets have always been the center of a certain city’s trade and industry. Same goes in Oman’s capital, Muscat, where the center of bargaining between buyers and sellers happens in the Muttrah Souq – Considered to be one of the oldest Souqs in the Middle East, it played a huge role as the center of commerce before the discovery of oil....

Focus On: Beijing

Now home to more than 21,000,000 people, Beijing is considered to be one of the most populous cities in the world with 16 urban, suburban, and rural districts. The city’s population has grown by 53% in the course of 14 years*, with a population density of a whopping 1,230 people per square meter in 2011....

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