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Done with The Crown on Netflix? 6 more dramas, movies and documentaries about the British royal family – from Queen Elizabeth to Princess Diana, and beyond

The British royal family may be the longest-running soap opera the world has ever known – and all the real-life behind-the-scenes drama has been bottled for public consumption in these timeless movies, series and docs

The British royal family may be the longest-running soap opera the world has ever known – and all the real-life behind-the-scenes drama has been bottled for public consumption in these timeless movies, series and docs

29 Jun 2020 - 7:00AM
Why paragliding is the ultimate adventure sport – more adrenaline than rock climbing or white-water rafting, but zero the effort

More adrenaline than rock climbing or white-water rafting – but zero the effort

More adrenaline than rock climbing or white-water rafting – but zero the effort

14 May 2020 - 1:21PM
Where does Queen Elizabeth shop? 9 of her favourite stores – and 1 that fell from royal grace

You’re unlikely to see her pushing a trolley down the aisle, but her patronage of these businesses certainly adds to their prestige

You’re unlikely to see her pushing a trolley down the aisle, but her patronage of these businesses certainly adds to their prestige

10 May 2020 - 6:00PM
This Moroccan boot camp has all your health and wellness needs worked out – but can you really lose weight and get fit in a week?

New You Escapes boot camp at La Maison des Oliviers in Marrakech has three intense, 60-minute sessions, nutrition counselling and delicious Moroccan food

New You Escapes boot camp at La Maison des Oliviers in Marrakech has three intense, 60-minute sessions, nutrition counselling and delicious Moroccan food

12 Nov 2019 - 10:52AM
What it’s like to go cycling 500 metres below the Earth’s surface

If the new trend in extreme holidays is to go biking underground, this one-of-a-kind cycling tour deep inside Mount Peca in Slovenia will definitely appeal to adrenaline junkies

If the new trend in extreme holidays is to go biking underground, this one-of-a-kind cycling tour deep inside Mount Peca in Slovenia will definitely appeal to adrenaline junkies

24 Aug 2019 - 2:00AM
Why more millennials are joining Sweden’s Marathon March – a ‘Stephen King horror story’

Stockholm’s endurance event, which can last days, sees competitors pay US$90 to march continuously at 5km/h (3 mph) – with only 24 minutes every 24 hours for their toilet breaks.

Stockholm’s endurance event, which can last days, sees competitors pay US$90 to march continuously at 5km/h (3 mph) – with only 24 minutes every 24 hours for their toilet breaks.

1 May 2020 - 5:36AM
Spelunker's paradise: hidden caves that are unlike anything you have seen before

Dive right in for the adventure of a lifetime – physical challenges, amazing views and tiny creatures

Dive right in for the adventure of a lifetime – physical challenges, amazing views and tiny creatures

13 Nov 2018 - 12:02PM
Explore Iceland's fiery volcanoes for a taste of imminent danger

Descend a few minutes into the throat of Thrihnukagigur volcano, or go snorkelling in Silfra Fissure

Descend a few minutes into the throat of Thrihnukagigur volcano, or go snorkelling in Silfra Fissure

21 Jul 2018 - 10:01PM
Perfumers in Florence make perfect scents

The Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella creates perfumes based on ancient monks’ recipes while Antica Erboristeria San Simone also borrows from the past

The Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella creates perfumes based on ancient monks’ recipes while Antica Erboristeria San Simone also borrows from the past

15 Jun 2018 - 3:31PM
Memories of an elk's gait, charge of a wild boar, and a worm

The beautiful scene unfolding in front of me could be straight out of one of Disney's all-time classics, Bambi (1942). A pair of pointed ears, eyes darker than midnight and a smallish frame covered in sleek russet fur signifies that I'm peeking at one of God's most timid creatures: the roe deer. 

The beautiful scene unfolding in front of me could be straight out of one of Disney's all-time classics, Bambi (1942). A pair of pointed ears, eyes darker than midnight and a smallish frame covered in sleek russet fur signifies that I'm peeking at one of God's most timid creatures: the roe deer. 

30 Oct 2015 - 5:56PM