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The Westin Singapore

Singapore<p>This glass-swathed business hotel, which occupies the 32nd to 46th floors of the Asia Square Tower 2 in the Marina Financial District, has spectacular views and great facilities, and continues to draw a strong corporate crowd.

Expert guide to Scandinavia

Getting around<p>By rail<p>Rail travel in Scandinavia is first-rate, usually reasonably priced and with some good regional and cross-border intercity services. Some journeys are wonderfully scenic trips in their own right, such as the Bergen railway which crosses the “roof of Norway” on Northern Europe’s …

Where Do Baby Turtles Go During Their Lost Years?

Never agree to write a turtle’s biography. You will, at one crucial point, run out of material.<p>Every sea turtle begins life in the same way. It hatches within its buried nest, forces its way to the surface, and sprints towards the water past a gauntlet of crabs, birds and other predators. Many die, …

Top secret(s): the truths behind 10 of the world's great wonders

Ever visit an incredible site in some exotic land and wonder how it was built? The notice board just lists a few meaningless dates, or a guide rattles off a bunch of jargon-packed phrases, but you want the real dirt. Here we reveal the ingenious engineering behind 10 of the world's most epic …

South America

"Haunted" Maya Underwater Cave Holds Human Bones

Underwater archaeologists have found human bones at the bottom of a Maya cenote in Mexico.<p>A flooded sinkhole in southern Mexico so frightens nearby villagers that they won't go anywhere near it. The ancient Maya seem to have kept their distance too.<p>A recent underwater survey in the cavern, or …

Adventure holidays and trips for 2014: Asia

Adventure travel,Asia,Walking holidays,Wildlife holidays,Cycling holidays,Travel,Papua New Guinea holidays,Canoeing and kayaking holidays<p>Rivers and mountains, kayaks and caves … add a touch of the exotic with these exciting active holidays in Asia

Adventure holidays and trips for 2014: Australia and New Zealand

The red centre is where most people go to see the "real" Australia, but for an adventure with a little more wildlife and a lot less desert, the country's top end is an attractive alternative. The northerly end of the Northern Territory has some of the largest national parks in the world, and …

Spas with a difference: weird baths around the world

Fancy a soak in beer or green tea? We take a look at some unusual dips you can take around the world<p>"Beer wellness land" sounds like the kind of place you try to get to when you're drowning your sorrows. And in a way, the Chodovar beer spa, in the west of the Czech Republic, is the sort of place …

Mystery over ‘horned monster’ that washed up on Spanish beach

Mystery, and a terrible stench, surrounds the discovery of the rotting corpse of an unidentified sea creature on a Spanish beach.<p>The horned head of …

The Ashes podcast - listen now! http://gu.com/p/3hzj6/tw Dave Farrar is joined by Andy Bull, Emma John and Rob Smyth to discuss all the action from the third Test at Old Trafford. A much-improved Australia gave it their best shot, but rain and bad light helped England draw, giving them an unassailable lead in the series

England v New Zealand, first Test: James Anderson's five-wicket haul gives host the edge

LUNCH, Day Three: England (12/0 & 232) lead New Zealand (207) by 37 runs. Read Scyld Berry's report as James Anderson and Steven Finn polish off the tourists' tail.<p>This was much more like it. Any Australian smiles that might have been growing at the sight of anaemic <b>England</b> performances had to be …

Five priorities for the England cricket team this summer http://gu.com/p/3fzyp From Graeme Swann's elbow to the form of Joe Root on home soil, five issues for England to tackle this summer Photo: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty Images

In praise of Matt Prior, England's cricketer of the year The Spin: http://gu.com/p/3fp8y There are many disingenuous cricketers out there, but when Matt Prior spoke of his embarrassment at being named England's player of the year, he was being sincere Photo: Rob Griffith/AP

Swann 'excited' by England return

England spinner Graeme Swann is looking forward to forthcoming Tests against New Zealand and The Ashes © Getty Images<p>Enlarge<p>Graeme Swann admits he is …

England should get used to being favourites http://gu.com/p/3fpvn England v New Zealand: Broad, Bresnan and Swann are among those whose injuries have healed, deepening the squad and increasing the options Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA

Ferguson wanted to go out a winner

Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he may not have retired if United let their title lead slip © PA Photos<p>Enlarge<p>Manchester United manager Sir Alex …