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The spa resort of Kinosaki, poised between tradition, harmony and delight

Tucked away on the north coast of the prefecture, between wooded mountains, rivers and splendid beaches, Kinosaki appeals by its incredible tranquillity, well-preserved architectural heritage and the diversity of activities on offer. Relaxing in some of the country’s most famous spas is a truly unforgettable experience.
Mount Daishi Mount Daishi
Mount Daishi
Toyooka
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An architectural revival after the great quake of Kobe

Despite the devastation of the earthquake in 1995, the Kobe region has almost regained its former economic vitality. Thanks to government subsidies and the participation of major architects, the city has been entirely rebuilt in line with new anti-seismic norms and is today a modern conglomeration.
Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial Museum
Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial Museum
Kobe
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The traditional Korean gastronomy

Little known in the West, Korean gastronomy is becoming a hot topic. Many critics fancy its chances of becoming the next big culinary thing. Low in fat and healthy, rich in plant proteins, fermented foods and fibres, and with veggie leanings, it fits squarely with current food fashions…
Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace) Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace)
Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace)
Séoul
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The starred restaurants of the Michelin Guide to Seoul 2017

With two restaurants distinguished with three stars, Seoul confirms the quality of the Korean cuisine. Discover the new starred restaurants of Seoul and take a closer look at Korean gastronomy in all its richness with an exclusive interview with an inspector of the Michelin Seoul Guide: “Korean food is out of this world!”.
Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace) Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace)
Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace)
Séoul
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The Great Wall of China

Born of the desire to protect Chinese territory from barbarian invasions, the Great Wall of China is unquestionably one of the most fascinating human creations in existence, with its 6,700 km stretching from the Yellow Sea in the east to the Gobi desert in the west.
Great Wall Great Wall
Great Wall
Badaling
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The new MICHELIN guide Shanghai 2017

  Worldwide first: discover the MICHELIN Guide Shanghai selection and its new star restaurants. In its first edition, the MICHELIN Guide Shanghai showcases local cuisine and celebrates the diversity of the Chinese cuisine found in this dynamic city. T’ang Court awarded three stars…
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Shanghai, memory and future

China’s largest city just never stops growing. But behind the symbols of globalization lie hidden treasures of heritage that are thousands of years old.
The Bund The Bund
The Bund
Shanghai
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16 Singapore restaurants with links to the Michelin Guide

They may be linked to Michelin-starred sister restaurants abroad, but how will these recognised names fare when the Michelin Guide Singapore is released later this year?
Raffles District and the Marina Raffles District and the Marina
Raffles District and the Marina
Singapour
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Michelin Guide Singapore to launch on 21 July

Worldwide first: discover the MICHELIN Guide Singapore selection and its new star restaurants.
Raffles District and the Marina Raffles District and the Marina
Raffles District and the Marina
Singapour
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A Nightcap at the Raffles

A haven of elegance, Raffles Hotel is Singapore’s memory and a temple of gastronomy.
Raffles District and the Marina Raffles District and the Marina
Raffles District and the Marina
Singapour
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