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Explore the world while comfortably seated on the couch through some of Netflix's fun travel shows you can binge-watch all day:

Miss travelling? Explore the world with just one tap of a finger through Netflix. You can get cosy and bring the whole family on a fun adventure right in the living room. Here are some of our favourite picks:

1 / 5

Joanna Lumley's Japan

Accompany British actress Joanna Lumley as she travels to Japan. With Lumley, this is not just a leisure trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. This mini-series is insightful as it is delightful; short yet sweet. Once you take on this 2,000-mile-long journey—with the charming Lumley, her soothing voice and a grand view portrayed on-screen—there's no turning back.

2 / 5

Somebody Feed Phil

Food—and Phil Rosenthal—brings people together. He's the kind of guy you would love to have around as he's funny, enthusiastic, and a true foodie. For four seasons of Somebody Feed Phil, the host and some of his friends around the world—including strangers he met along the way—will taste the flavours that each country proudly calls their own. All the while, you will have a grand time watching Phil learn about each country's culture.

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3 / 5

Secrets of Great British Castles

If you've been wondering about ancient British castles, allow historian Dan Jones to guide you through some of the most intriguing castles across Great Britain. Some are enchanting while others have terrifying pasts that you'll want to uncover. Watch Secrets of Great British Castles to see historic castles and dive deeper into its rich history.

4 / 5

The World's Most Extraordinary Homes

The World's Most Extraordinary Homes will provide the inspiration you need to spruce up your home. You may learn a few things about history through architecture with award-winning architect Piers Taylor and actress and passionate property developer Caroline Quentin who are given the keys to some of the most exquisite and extraordinary houses across the globe.

5 / 5

Dark Tourist

New Zealand Journalist David Farrier travels to places where tourists should never visit. He's dead set in exploring some of the most dangerous and unconventional tourist spots worldwide—from a lake formed by a nuclear blast to Indonesia where he witnesses a cleaning of mummified corpses. So if you're curious yet scared, trust that Farrier will lead the way. Dark Tourist is a fresh, new, and off-beat travel series you wouldn't want to pass up.

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