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.
Last week Remote Lands announced The Bill Bensley Trail, a luxury tour throughout Southeast Asia with star designer and architect Bill Bensley, taking place from February 16 to March 1, 2020.
The Aqua Blu from Aqua Expeditions will feature seven-night, five-star cruises through Raja Ampat, Bali to Komodo, and the Ambon and Spice Islands.
What better way to keep a beach-side golf course clean than with the local water buffalo? This Nick Faldo course north of Danang uses bio-mowers to keep the links pristine.
It’s a long-time favorite for luxury travelers: high tea in an ultra-luxe hotel. Guests can combine fine dining with snacks and most likely an incredible view. But, there are some hotels that offer something a little bit extra.
Travelogues boards the lavish Aqua Mekong for a four-day expedition from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, a luxury cruise on Tonle Sap.
Phu Quoc just got a little bit tastier with the addition of French fine dining at the JW Marriott’s Pink Pearl, a highly anticipated F&B addition featuring Chef Amine Lakhdari in the kitchen and Bill Bensley behind the design.
When it comes to nature and wildlife in Vietnam, the country often takes a backseat to its Southeast Asian neighbors, but there’s still plenty to see in the country’s pristine parks.