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    Busting Aviation Myths

    Captain Lim Khoy Hing debunks strange and dubious myths about flying perpetuated by action-packed films that defy reality.

    Words: Captain Lim Khoy Hing

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  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney Harbour Bridge

    Wat’er City!

    While in most big cities, life happens around their centres, in Sydney, everything happens around the water.

    Words & Photography: Magda Biskup

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  • Citrsu Alfresco Dining, Leela Palace, Bangalore, India Citrsu Alfresco Dining, Leela Palace, Bangalore, India

    A Royal Retreat

    All of us – even the most pragmatic and unromantic of our species – have, at some time or another, harboured fantasies of being waited upon hand and foot. If that fantasy is still alive, make your way to The Leela Palace Bangalore, and enjoy an indulgent retreat in an abode fit for royalty.

    Words: Beverly Rodrigues

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  • Kakusandha or the Standing Buddha Kakusandha or the Standing Buddha

    Across Myanmar

    One of Asia’s most mysterious gems awakens, welcoming visitors to explore its long hidden pagodas and vivid landscapes, and bask in its old-world charm.

    Words: Potpot Pinili 

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  • Roti Prata with rendang chicken Roti Prata with rendang chicken

    Mood for Food

    Year-end festivities are upon us again. Let’s kick-start the season with the Hindu festival of Deepavali, which sees a plethora of festive sweetmeats and savouries made especially to celebrate this joyous occasion.

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  • Pool, Ritz-Carlton, Bengaluru, India Pool, Ritz-Carlton, Bengaluru, India

    Luxury Redefined

    The fact that the Ritz-Carlton’s first foray into India took place in Bengaluru and not in the other Indian cities says a lot about the charm and green appeal of the city. Future plans are afoot for expansion but at the moment, Bengaluru and Bengaluru alone can bask in the glory of having such a bespoke brand in its midst.

    Words: R. Rajendra

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  • Meiji Jingu, Tokyo, Japan by Hazhen Meiji Jingu, Tokyo, Japan by Hazhen


    Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder as a toddler, Hanzhen learnt to recognise words by illustrating everyday objects with the help of his architect parents. It wasn’t long before his parents discovered that their son was able to sketch whatever he saw in incredible detail. The 16-year-old autistic savant* from Malaysia has since won an award and several commissions for his work. Hanzhen shares his aspirations and passion for art with travel 3sixty°.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan

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