Rediscover the allure of Wuhan

With its lockdown finally ending on April 8, Wuhan, the original centre of the coronavirus pandemic, is on the path to recovery. In time, foreign tourists will begin returning to this fascinating city in central China to savour its fiery…

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Australia, we can't wait to see you again!

Enjoying a picnic by Swan River is one of the most idyllic ways to spend an afternoon in Perth. PHOTO: RACHEL TAN Perth: More than just quokka selfies “Perth continues to be interesting and surprising, even in its simplicity. Even…

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Why I am done with travelling

“I’m okay never to travel again,” I told my friends Hwee and Phil, who both looked at me in disbelief. “Yes, and in four months, you will call us from Ukraine or something,” Phil said. “My T-shirt is full,” I…

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In Search of Zambia’s Stunning Wildlife: A Virtual Safari

A young chacma baboon with its mother, near Victoria Falls.Credit… Supported by Photographs and Text by Marcus Westberg With travel restrictions in place worldwide, we’re turning to photojournalists who can help transport you, virtually, to some of our planet’s most beautiful…

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A World Turned Upside-Down

In 1966, the writer Paul Theroux was in Uganda at a time of curfew and violence. It shaped his thinking about travel writing’s imperative to bear witness. By Paul Theroux In this season of infection, the stock market little more…

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Young, Confident and Flying, Virus Be Damned

To tap into this new market, Mr. Mahal made a “coronavirus flight alert,” a program that aggregates cheap flights and emails users suggested itineraries. “If you’re comfortable with the risk, the prices are like the cheapest they’ve been in 10…

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