The world’s largest man-made wave pool, designed by champion surfer Kelly Slater on Hudayriat Island in Abu Dhabi, is supplying some of the globe’s most consistent breaks.
Taiwan’s east coast is notable for its hip towns, stunning scenery, and active draws that range from hiking to one of Asia’s best surf scenes.
Given the stamp of approval by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, Assamese cuisine is a confluence of cooking styles unlike anything else in India.
Tiny Kui Buri National Park is one of the best places in Thailand to spot elephants and other native wildlife in their natural element.
Chang Dai-chien was one of Asia’s greatest artists, and his peculiar life is on display in the outskirts of Taipei.
One Palawan resort stands out as the most expensive in the world — at a much publicized cumulative $100,000 per stay.
In the mid-nineties a team from the Getty Conservation Institute began working with the Dunhuang Academy to develop the China Principles to protect the Mogao Caves.
On a cross country highway that averages 17 curves per kilometer, bicycles are the perfect mode to explore Chelela Pass and Bhutan’s almost infinite hill trails.
The guntû is a small blue crab considered a delicacy in the Seto Inland Sea area of Japan, but the tasty little crustacean is also a floating five-star ryokan, one of the most exclusive venues in East Asia.
Along one of Yushan’s most popular hiking routes, travelers will find evidence of one of Taiwan’s largest mammal species: the rare Formosan black bear.
Kong Lor Cave is of the top intrepid destinations in central Laos and highlight of the Thakhek Loop, a 500 to 600 kilometer route best experienced by motorcycle.