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Lauren Rayner joins the pilgrims on Adam's Peak where Buddha left a footprint

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Nishimuraya's lobby

Kinosaki, Japan: Journey to a town of hot springs and snow crabs

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Inside North Korea: The West is fascinated by Kim Jong-Un and his secretive state, but what do tourists get to see?

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Thailand: dream dinners from Bangkok markets to Koh Samui beach shacks

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Khao Lak: A fresh start a decade after the tsunami

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Bintan: the Indonesian paradise is an Asian holiday gem

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Guizhou Province, China: In search of green

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