Travel: Asia's most amazing natural wonders, an African tribe living in India, and more

Travel: Asia's most amazing natural wonders, an African tribe living in India, and more





70,000 photos of Mount Fuji helped him win a spot on the cover. Plus, the controversial world of slum tourism, hiking in Hong Kong, and more.  | 
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Asia is our world's largest continent—and its most populous. From surreal landscapes in China to hiking in Hong Kong, here are some of our favorite stories from across Asia.
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Charming Pictures of Hong Kong's Surprising Green Spaces
Though one of the most densely populated places in the world, Hong Kong is home to a wealth of parks—and endearingly passionate hikers.
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Inside the Controversial World of Slum Tourism
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7 Stunning Natural Wonders in Asia
You're probably going to want to add some of these to your bucket list.
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Striking Photos of the Men Who Work in an Active Volcano
Mount Ijen's gorgeous vistas have captivated travelers for centuries, but in recent years, its sulfur mine has become a controversial tourist attraction.
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Inside a Lost African Tribe Still Living in India Today
In the dense forests of South Asia, a native African tribe has been living in quiet obscurity for more than 500 years.
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This Man Photographed Mount Fuji for 7 Years—Here's the Result
Despite taking hundreds of trips to Japan's iconic mountain, this photographer has never climbed it.
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