A neighbourhood guide to Singapore

Neat-and-tidy Singapore may be small, but it packs a cultural punch. Its neighbourhoods are where centuries of pan-Asian immigration mixes with some of the region’s best places to eat. 

Paint the town: exploring the new arts scene in Derry

For years, Derry’s art scene was defined by the Bogside murals, famous for their depictions of The Troubles. But now a new, creative vibe is sweeping the city, ushering in a fresh array of murals, festivals and attractions.

Notes from an author: Kiran Millwood Hargrave on the Norwegian island of Vardø

On a solo visit to the Norwegian island of Vardø — the scene of 17th-century witch-hunts — the writer finds peace at last, in more ways than one.

Out on the town: four of the best pubs in Ireland for live music

Here's where to go to grab a drink and catch some live music.

The inside guide to Brno, the Czech Republic's quirky second city

Discover the youthful spirit of the Czech Republic’s second city, with its quirky attractions and a surprising gastronomic scene.

Stay at home and see the world: five ways to explore during lockdown

Our ability to travel may be drastically reduced for the time being, but there are still plenty of ways to discover some of the world’s most enthralling destinations from the comfort of your home. We’ve grouped a selection together to see you through.

What you can expect from National Geographic Traveller in light of the coronavirus crisis

With the coronavirus situation upon us, the National Geographic Traveller team is now doing things a little differently, and we want to pause to bring you a few words of reassurance.

Five simple dishes to master at home

If you’re handy in the kitchen, but keen to broaden your repertoire, why not spend your time perfecting these simple classics?
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A taste of Norway's Trondelag region

With abundant fresh produce, a scattering of Michelin-starred restaurants and plenty of activities to build up an appetite, Norway’s Trøndelag region is a prime culinary destination.

Fifty shades of green: reflecting on a decade of environmentally-driven innovation in Stockholm

Scandinavia is often a byword for environmentally driven innovation, and a wander through the Swedish capital proves the city is green  in more ways than one.

New Mexico: the weird, wild and wonderful heartland of the American Southwest

The soaring canyons and sagebrush plains of northern New Mexico have attracted artists, spiritual seekers and free thinkers for over a century.

Beyond Napa: on the trail of California's artisan cheesmakers

In the valleys and hillsides just north of San Francisco, artisan cheesemakers are taking advantage of the same varied terroir that produces world-class wines. The result? Unique cheeses flavoured by sea air and forest-lined marshes.

The ultimate hotel guide to Vancouver

With its mountains, forested coastline and buzzing arts scene, it’s no surprise the Canadian city is home to a crop of eco-minded and nature-themed hotels  — with the odd rock ‘n’ roll flourish thrown in. 
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Kuching: how to see Sarawak’s capital city like a local

This city offers everything from music festivals to museums. To experience it like a local, be sure to navigate the city centre streets by foot, and the river by sampan boat.

How to spend 14 hours in Galway

From gastro stops to great museums and theatre, the European Capital of Culture 2020 is ripe for exploring — and is arguably Ireland’s most delicious city.
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All you need to know about Sarawak’s Rainforest World Music Festival

Dramatic rainforest, pristine beaches and rare wildlife are just some of the reasons to visit Sarawak — it’s also hosting the Rainforest World Music this July, where infectious jungle beats will play long into the night.
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Discover Armenia’s gastronomic scene, from its ancient wine to its hearty dishes

Armenian cuisine is rich and varied — but it’s the country’s wine, with its time-honoured traditions and distinct flavour, that sets the destination apart for food-lovers.

Cafe culture: celebrating 20 of Europe's greatest cafes

Meeting places, melting pots and more than just a spot for coffee, the cafe is a true cornerstone of European culture. From Moscow to Madrid, we celebrate 20 of the best greatest cafes on the Continent.