When Paul Theroux set out from his local stop on the London underground to the farthest reaches of Asia by rail, he would go on to write one of the greatest travelogues of the modern age. But Asia has changed.
Compared to places like Cambodia and Thailand, Laos is an untraveled backwater in Southeast Asia; check out a few of Remote Lands’ signature journeys.
Summer is on the way, and for luxury travelers to Asia, that means one thing: Indonesia. The weather is right and the water is clear, so this exclusively Indonesia issue has a look at the best spots on the 18,000 islands.
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.
In the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia, brands are realizing that conservation and luxury go together. Duncan Forgan travels to the Botum Sakor National Park to learn more about how luxury camps are helping to save the Cardamoms.
Schooling hammerheads, complex underwater caves, and the clearest water in Asia – Okinawa is fast becoming a diver favorite.
For parents who want to teach their kids a thing or two about the natural world, Bali has a number of safe, educational environments that will help.
With an eye to Guangzhou, Hong Kong, and Luang Prabang in 2018, Rosewood opens its first Asia hotel of the year in Phnom Penh.
Rosewood has released photographs of one of its most hotly-anticipated properties of the year: Rosewood Luang Prabang. Designed by Bill Bensley, this new luxury resort is Rosewood’s latest in a string of Southeast Asian openings.