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August Strikes a Blow for Jakarta’s Unsung Gourmet Scene
Former private dining venture revealed as 2023 recipient of coveted American Express One to Watch award in conjunction with Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.
The King’s Secret
Tucked away at a lakeside location near Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s lesser-known Ta Prohm temple is an unsung Angkor-era architectural marvel.
With Michelin inspectors now doing yearly rounds, there’s never been a better time to delve into the food culture in Phuket and Phang Nga.
A Magnificent Seven
Penang’s reputation for a hawker food paradise extends far and wide. Here’s a selection of dishes that are a must on any dining itinerary on the island.
Hong Kong Grande Dame Hits 60
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong to mark milestone anniversary with a series of special events.
Visitors to Jakarta can escape the city’s bedlam and retreat to the leafy suburb of Menteng, the formative stomping ground of ex-US commander-in-chief Barack Obama
Sustainability Crusader Namae Earns “Icon” Accolade
Japanese chef known for zero-waste philosophy at Tokyo’s L’Effervescence is given a special award by Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.
A Day at the Races
The annual horse festival of Litang is a great opportunity to discover the Tibetan traditions that run deep in parts of Sichuan province. Photos by Kit Yeng Chan.
Following in the footsteps of legendary explorer Sir Percy Cox, our writer gets a feel for Oman’s wild history by visiting Nizwa: one of the country’s oldest cities.
Swoop to Conquer
Once an important form of hunting in a resource-scarce area, falconry retains its status as one of the UAE’s most revered traditions.
A trip to the nature reserve of Gunung Leuser in North Sumatra brings travellers into close — sometimes too close for comfort — contact with a population of resident orangutans. Images by Kit Yeng Chan
Off the Grid
Over the Panj: Afghanistan from the Pamir Highway
Politics will undoubtedly affect Afghanistan’s neighbors, as well as one of the most treasured drives in Central Asia: the Pamir Highway.
Tips from the Top
Removed from the most famous tourist destinations in The Philippines, Ilocos Norte in far north Luzon offers everything from pristine beaches and scenery to barely-frequented cul-tural treasures.
Chasing a Memory
Can experience be shared through recollections? One writer sets out to find the answer in the Okinawa archipelago where his grandfather fought in one of the defining battles of WW2.
Thailand’s biggest island is no stranger to tourism, but it remains full of intriguing discoveries. Duncan Forgan revs up his motorbike to uncover some of Phuket’s hidden secrets