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South Coast Confidential

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Rock star hideaways, sustainability-focused luxury jungle camps, and charming destinations like Kampot and Kep make Cambodia’s southern reaches prime quarry for an extended odyssey.

Shot in the Dark

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Mount Inerie, the highest peak on Flores, is not a climb for the faint-hearted, as our writer and his group found out as they attempted to scale the mighty volcano without a guide.

Drive of Your Life

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The mountain pass between Al Hamra and Wadi Bani Awf is one of Oman’s most spectacular roads, but it’s not for the fainthearted. Duncan Forgan dusts down his shaky driving skills to give off-roading a spin.

Take the High Road

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Located hard by the border with Russia, Khinaliq village is the end-point for one of Azerbaijan’s most spectacular road trips.

Uncharted Heights

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The fame of Nepal’s top trekking circuits precedes them. For something quieter, yet still spectacular, the Tsum Valley is heaven-sent.

The Road Less Traveled

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Ian Lloyd Neubauer saddles up a dirtbike and hits the spectacular trails in the highlands of PNG. The endpoint? A gothic encounter with the mummified corpses of Aseki District

Truly remote: Tajikistan’s Bartang Valley

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This highlight of the Pamir Highway features jagged peaks, a rushing river, and timeless Tajik culture

Vacation Murder Mysteries: 6 Thrilling Reads for your Asia Adventure

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Join Remote Lands as we look at some of our favorite Asia-based mysteries, noir tales, and political intrigues to help you decide on the perfect read to inspire your next trip.

5 Adrenaline-Inducing Adventures for Active Travelers in Singapore

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Zipline or bungee? Bike or hike? Singapore may be prim and clean, but there are plenty of ways to get sweaty from Sentosa to the Southern Ridges.

Banned in the USA: Driving a Skyline R32 GT-R in Hakone

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Cole Pennington takes a piece of Japanese automotive history to the empty turnpike of Hakone near Japan’s Mount Fuji.

7 Minutes in Heaven: To the Top of the World by Chopper

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“Your lips are turning blue,” said the Kiwi pilot, shouting over the roaring chopper. “That’s the first sign of altitude sickness.” If the blades are turned off, the helicopter won’t start again in the thin, dry air.

Asia’s Top Five Sporting Experiences

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For the traveler that likes a little sweat and effort in their leisure time, going to see what the locals are passionate about provides a great cultural experience and a look into what makes the place tick.