From ornate temples to tranquil islands, Taiwan boasts both cultural and natural treasures.
Arm-wrestling cats, defecating cattle and the chance to win your very own cow – Jo Davey takes the bull by the horns at this quintessentially Japanese bovine festival.
From cat processions to medieval re-enactments, Flanders has one of Europe’s most colourful events calendars.
Come and explore the incredible arts, music and culture on display throughout Malawi.
Fireworks and firecrackers are part of the Taiwan soundtrack, but the citizens of Yanshui take things to an extreme.
Taiwan’s indigenous villages offer unique experiences different from the rest of the country.
Gemma Hall finds out more about this fun bank holiday festival.
Easter is one of the biggest celebrations in the calendar of the Greek Orthodox Church.
Take in the sights of Truro on this cathedral city walk.
Juliet Rix discusses the iconic festa – the high point of the Maltese community year.
Once a proud European kingdom and a former haunt of Hemingway, Navarre still has plenty to offer curious visitors.
You take a step to the left… and then a step to the riight.
Tibet is a land of extremes, embracing the wildest rivers, the deepest gorges and the highest peaks on earth.
April 2018 saw Mswati III announce that Swaziland – the name given to the country by the British – would be no more.
This laidback country can certainly stand up to its bigger, brasher neighbours.