Trends to watch in 2022: New experiences and no-regrets travel

In South Korea, the Rakkojae Seoul is a six-room "hanok" hideaway built in the traditional Korean style. PHOTO: RAKKOJAE SEOUL
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SINGAPORE - The globetrotter's desire to seek new experiences in 2022 is stoked by two glum years of staying home.

Dining in the world's first undersea restaurant in the Maldives, skydiving in Melbourne or night trekking on volcanic Mount Merapi in Indonesia - such "sensation seeking" is a supertrend powered by people beginning to explore the world again.

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