Travelling Ladakh in the Indian Himalayas with tour operator, Shakti Ladakh. Photography by Gentl and Hyers.Read More
Discover what Contemporary Class editor, Katie Silcox, has learnt from years of travelling as a solo female. Including tips for making the most of your time travelling alone.Read More
10 things to do in Baku, Azerbaijan. What to do, see, eat and drink.Read More
Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital, is built on Malay, Chinese, Indian and European influence. These unique cultural and historical foundations, and their impact on architecture, cuisine, its people and day-to-day life make it a fascinating city to explore. If you’re planning a trip to Malaysia, and we whole-heartedly believe you should, don’t miss these must see sites in the city’s captivating capital.
Our top tip - download the Grab app, South-East Asia’s answer to Uber, to get around.
Thean Hou Temple
The striking architecture of the Thean Hou Temple, dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu, sits atop a hillside on the southern outskirts of the city. At six tiers, it’s one of the largest Chinese Buddhist temples in South East Asia. It’s a sea of vibrant red lanterns making it one of the most attractive too.
If you’re looking for a happy and prosperous marriage, this is the place to pray for it, according to the many Buddhist locals who regularly attend to worship at this active temple. Visit early (from 8am) to avoid the crowds and while there’s no strict dress code, we recommend modesty as a sign of respect.Read More
What to do in London UK. Our picks of 20 things we love about the UK’s capital city.Read More
A travel guide to Muscat in Oman; what to do, see, eat and drink beyond the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque.Read More
Looking for somewhere to stay in England this summer? Try these country houses including The Manor House, Castle Combe, Cary Arms & Spam, Babbacombe Beach, Soulton Hall, Soulton, Gilpin Lake House, Windermere, Cotswold House Hotel, Chipping Camden, The Bradley, Cheltenham and Burley Manor, Burley. Read More
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A travel guide to Japan. What to do, see and eat close to the Japan Rugby World Cup 2019 stadiums.Read More
Jessica Nabongo is attempting to be the first black woman to visit every country on the world. Contemporary Class Magazine talks to her about her journey.Read More
A local travel guide to LA, USA; what to do, see, eat and drink.Read More
Katja Hvenmark Nilsson moved to New York for a year to write a book, Manhatten Transfer. We speak to. her about her experiences living, writing and socialising in the Big Apple.Read More
Minimalist architecture; keep things simple with these white museum exteriors.Read More
This International Women’s Day, discover inspirational females from all corners of the world.Read More
Solo female travellers share why they love travelling alone, along with their tips, highlights and inspiration.Read More
Discover how some of Kenya’s female Maasai are earning a living through traditional art and design.Read More
Six strong female role models who are killing it in the work place, tell Contemporary Class how travel influences their professional and personal life, and how it’s helped to shape them.Read More
Liviana Tane, of The Writing Journey, is on a quest to travel to 100 places, discovering the paths of 100 authors, and in turn to herself write, 100 stories. We speak to her about her journey.Read More
Lila Nazeiman, a Yemeni woman, has recently curated an art exhibition in Berlin highlighting the often forgotten voice of Yemen, to the wider world. We interview her, and exhibitor, Ibi Ibrahim about their exhibition and works, ‘On echoes of Invisible Hearts; Narratives of Yemeni displacement’.Read More