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    Manmade Marvels

    Having endured vicissitudes and upheavals, many ancient structures have evolved to become fascinating bastions of history and remain living icons that play an important role in the 21st century.

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

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    The Good Green

    The ibis chain of hotels is at the forefront of delivering wallet-friendly stays, and the ibis Styles Kuta Dewi Sri Hotel is another good example of this fuss-free policy that enables you to enjoy your vacation instead of worrying about hidden and unforeseen charges. Extolling an all-inclusive price that includes accommodation, buffet breakfast and standard amenities like free WiFi access, you can expect a clean, comfortable room that is comparable to many high-end hotels. 

    Words: R. Rajendra

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    Let It Snow

    Xiling Snow Mountain in China’s Sichuan Province enthrals with its snow-dusted slopes and panoramic vistas.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan   Photography: Adam Lee

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    Family Size Fun

    No stranger to Bali, my love for the island is inspired by the exotic sounds of the gamelan, the idea of romance just around the corner (thank you Eat, Pray, Love!) and the warmth of Balinese hospitality. 

    Words: Ellyse Ng

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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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    So Magnifique

    Synonymous with luxury, the Sofitel brand needs little introduction. Its debut offering on the Island of the Gods is a marriage made in heaven – the perfect balance of Balinese cultural influences and French elegance. 

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan 

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    Anirudh Ravichander

    In November 2011, the Tamil-language song Why This Kolaveri Di became the most ‘searched’ YouTube video in India. Written for a movie, the song had not yet been released then, but a leaked version went viral after being posted on social media. The composer of the smash hit, Anirudh Ravichander, was only 21 years old when the song became an Internet phenomenon across Asia, prompting parodies even in Japan. The young man speaks to travel 3Sixty° about his passion for music and how he handles the expectations that come with being in the spotlight.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan 

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