Whether you jump on a full stomach or an empty one is up to you, but the Mocha Macao Tower’s death-defying bungee feats pair well with suckling pig.
Walking through Mumbai, one might see buildings that seem more at home in Havana and Miami beach; this is Indo-Deco – India’s Art Deco legacy.
Writer John McMahon takes his motorcycle to Mae Hong Son to find Thailand’s highest waterfall, Mae Surin, and hikes a rarely traveled path to the bottom.
Remnants of a feudal age, the samurai castles of old are the tourist attractions of today. From Kyoto to Okinawa, the shogun centuries are alive and well in the preserved architecture of the Land of the Rising Sun.
Bugatti Chiron on desert roads? Mclaren 570S on marble streets? Ferrari 458GT on an F1 circuit? Dubai has supercars galore, and travelers can take them for a spin.
John McMahon takes his kayak on a 160-kilometer journey up the famed River Kwai for the 75 anniversary of the completion of Death Railway, armed with a paddle and a copy of One Fourteenth of an Elephant by Ian Deny Peek.
Kayaking, rhinos, and island excursions – the peaceful tea country of Assam in India is hiding adventure for those interested in exploring.
It wasn’t until recently that kayakers mapped the waterways of Si Phan Don – the “4,000 Islands” of the Mekong’s lower reaches. Kayaker John McMahon goes exploring.
There’s no denying that Angkor Wat is one of the wonders of the world, but if you want Khmer temples away from the maddening crowds, check out these Angkor Alternatives.
This is one of the most intense marathons in the world: the Mount Kinabalu Climbathon, in which runners from around the world race to the top of the famed peak of Borneo.
Gibbons are endangered in every country they are found; learn more about how to visit these playful primates carefully and respectfully in Thailand’s Khao Yai.