Phuket has emerged to become a dining destination in its own right – meet the trio of cooks bringing sauce to the table.
Simon N. Ostheimer
At the forefront of Cambodia’s design revolution are island resorts such as Alila Villas Koh Russey, a wonderful Khmer-inspired beach escape.
After being forgotten for many decades during war and civil unrest, a slew of high-end new hotels such as the Six Senses Krabey Island are helping to renew this region’s lost glamour.
The perfect pitstop for dinner and drinks after Angkor Wat, the FCC Angkor is the sister venue of the famed Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Phnom Penh.
With a touch of the modern and a touch of the Khmer kingdom, Chef Meng Luu and Malis Siem Reap are bringing Cambodian cuisine back to life.
You’ve got the fine dining and the plush hotels, but when you’re out on the town and you want a bite, there are a few international cafes and pizza shops you might want to check out.
Less than a decade ago, there weren’t many buildings over five floors in Cambodia’s capital, but today rooftop bars in Phnom Penh are reaching for the sky.
Today’s luxury brands, be they boutique or big-name, know that Cambodia’s travel scene is on the rise, and that’s changing the way people think about the land of the Khmer.
Away from the pretense of Bangkok, Chiang Mai is unique among Thailand’s culture treasures and features a thriving contemporary art scene.
From cocktails at The Larder to burgers at Stacked, Thailand’s second largest island has much to offer the traveling foodie.
Remote Lands meets Louise Rogerson, manager of the Phuket Elephant Sanctuary, to discuss ethics, elephants, and celebrity visits.