Be enchanted by the architecture ingenuity of Paro’s majestic monasteries and ornate interiors, nestled in the heart of the Himalayas.
Bangkok is retail galore, making it a jam-packed shopping paradise. We sift through the labyrinth of malls and markets for 5 places you most certainly have to shop at.
Macau is where tradition meets modernity. From glitzy casinos and decadent foie gras, down to the humble relics and worn cobblestones, magnificent Macau’s allure lies in its stark juxtaposition of the old with the new.
Yes, you can travel like a king too, with the fleet of luxury trains in India and other pursuits to accompany opulent palace life. Fiona Lam shares with you how to live like royalty in India.
Fancy spending your time in India like a Maharaja? Take a break from travelling on a shoestring budget to have a ritzy experience and bring out the bon vivant in you. Fiona Lam shares with you how living like royalty in India doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg.
A compilation of the grossest and strangest eats in Asia, according to us. Not for the faint-hearted (or those with weak stomachs). Oh, and we promise no bugs for this one.
Like those of the other 27 states, the cafeteria at Andhra Pradesh’s center in the capital serves its regional cuisine.
Check out the region’s healthiest hideaways to feel good and look great.
With more competition than ever before, stylish retreats in Hong Kong needn’t cost a bomb. Alexander Barlow rounds up ten cool city sleepovers that don’t break the 200-buck barrier
Bali is not short of beaches. But with over 2.5 million tourists descending on the Island of the Gods in 2010 alone, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find a quiet spot. Here are five Bali beaches that aren’t overrun with other people. 1. BALANGAN BEACH Hang loose with Bali’s surf community at Balangan Beach. When(…)