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If you’re after some inspiration for your next foodie adventure, then look no further — we’re hosting our first culinary evening this October

For this edition of Travel Geeks: Rush Hour — a collaboration between National Geographic Traveller Food and the Macao Government Tourism Ofice, taking place at Carousel, London — we’re doing things a little differently. Our expert panel will be in attendance as usual, ready to be quizzed on all things Macao, but we’ll also be immersing you in the region’s rich culinary scene with a collection of small plates (and wine!). Just an hour’s ferry from Hong Kong, Macao enjoys a fusion of European and Asian flavours, a result of its Portuguese-Chinese heritage. Come and discover what makes Macao such a hotspot for discerning foodies, and leave with plenty of inspiration for a Macanese escapade.

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We grab our binoculars and set out to discover the awe-inspiring wildlife of India, scouting out the likes of Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinos and snow leopards in some of the subcontinent’s most dramatic national parks. Elsewhere, we explore the winelands of southern Australia; cross the frozen frontier of the Antarctic Circle; and spend a long weekend in the city of Leeuwarden. Other highlights this issue include the Faroe Islands, Tel Aviv, Manhattan, Tokyo and Santiago, while our photo story takes in the fresh air and Alpine beauty of Switzerland.