For those who call the Kingdom home, the Gulf beats the Andaman any day of the week — particularly in the “off season” on Koh Kood.
Previously, the only way to see the Mergui Archipelago in anything approaching luxury was on a liveaboard, but Wa Ale and Awei Pila have changed the game in the Mergui Archipelago.
Forget the whirlwind of Bali and catch a private seaplane to Bawah, a tropical, untouched, unmatched Indonesian island getaway between peninsular Malaysia and Borneo.
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.
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.
Never heard of Quy Nhon? It’s not exactly secret, and it’s not exactly on the tourist trail. But, a new hotel is putting this underappreciated destination on the luxury traveler map.
Between the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, there are the Andaman Islands, a little bit of India in Southeast Asia well worth the journey.
With the history of Angkor Wat, culture wonders of Tonle Sap, and urban adventures of Phnom Penh, the luxury beaches and private islands are often ignored. That’s a mistake.
White-sand paradise and a kayak full of sushi right next to Abu Dhabi – if you’ve got a big party in need of an even bigger island, Zaya Nurai may be what you’re seeking.