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    Life & Death in Toraja

    Believed to have descended from the stars, the Torajans of Sulawesi are a unique people who practise elaborate funeral rituals for their deceased.

    Words: Stephanie Brookes  Photography: David Metcalf

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    Skytrax 6 Wins in a Row! 2009 – 2014!

    Winning Skytrax World’s Best Low Cost Airline for the sixth time is a big deal for us here at AirAsia as it is an affirmation of our dreams to enable everyone to fly. What was initially a lofty dream is now a reality; what in the past only the well-heeled could afford is now within the means of just about anyone.

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    Islamic Inheritance

    Throughout the ages, the Islamic world has conceived distinctive art forms, designs and fashions that continue to evolve, and produced eminent scholars who have changed the way we look at the world. 

    Words: Efi Eqbal  Images: Corbis, Inmagine & Getty Image

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    The Golden Girl

    travel 3Sixty° uncovers the story behind the success of the multi-award winning artiste Taylor Swift.

    Words: Adli Syahril

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    For The Child

    Every January, Kalibo in Philippines’ Aklan province honours the Santo Nino in a dramatic festival with roots in the country’s pre-colonial days.

    Words: Beverly Rodrigues  Photography: Adam Lee

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    Nagoya For All

    From castles to cosplay, Nagoya has many playful offerings for a fun family vacation. 

    Words: Mark Andrews   Images: Inmagine & Nagoya Tourism

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    Kochi Calling

    Regarded as the Queen of the Arabian Sea due to its enviable location on the Malabar Coast, the port city of Kochi (formerly Cochin) in the Indian state of Kerala once attracted Arabs, Phoenicians, Portuguese, Dutch and English traders, who were lured by the lucrative spice trade. From its heritage buildings that tell of a storied past to culinary traditions that meld East and West, Kochi is a charm to explore, as photojournalist Adam Lee discovers.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan    Photography: Adam Lee & Beverly Rodrigues 

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