Travel Feature Articles - Page 3

Malaysia’s urban art scene is booming. Street artists who would have once been arrested for vandalism now count amongst the country’s rising creative stars. Lauren Razavi reports from the streets of Kuala Lumpur.

In the wake of Berlin’s annual Spirit of Istanbul Festival, Emilee Tombs ventures to Kreuzberg to find out how a “temporary” Turkish community has rooted itself into the German capital.

How inappropriate were the Women's Day celebrations in one Colombian town? And why are Breaking Bad fans causing a stir in New Mexico? Find out in our quiz.

Night trains are becoming something of an endangered species on the continent. Gavin Haines explains why and rounds up the best of what’s left.

A hitherto lost city was rediscovered in the Honduran jungle this week, prompting Gavin Haines to explore the world’s best abandoned cities.

Summer’s just around the corner, but why wait until then for a sunny sojourn? From jazz festivals in St Lucia to religious pilgrimages in Indonesia, we round up our top picks for a May getaway.

Rising temperatures and inconsistent snowfall turned some skiing vacations into hiking holidays this season, so is artificial snow the answer?

They inspire artists, provoke poets and generate $600bn a year through tourism, but are some of the world’s most cherished national parks under threat from fracking? Corinne Elliott investigates.

We explore Bristol, the European Green Capital for 2015, and find a world of innovation, ethical living and a bus run on poo.

Van Gogh came here to be a preacher and every year locals slay a dragon. Welcome to Mons, says Rudolf Abraham, European Capital of Culture 2015.

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