Originally established by the Spanish colonists to fortify their new settlement, Intramuros is regarded as Manila’s most charismatic enclave.
Malaysia’s array of spectacular mosques showcase wonderful religious architecture as well as the nation’s deep Islamic spirituality.
Tucked away at a lakeside location near Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s lesser-known Ta Prohm temple is an unsung Angkor-era architectural marvel.
Following in the footsteps of legendary explorer Sir Percy Cox, our writer gets a feel for Oman’s wild history by visiting Nizwa: one of the country’s oldest cities.
Garni’s first century Roman-style temple just east of the capital of Yerevan has become one of the country’s most famous sites – and for good reason.
Many dzongs were originally Buddhist places of worship; today they are the administrative offices, museums, and cultural stages that make up some of Bhutan’s best tourist attractions.
Four hundred years of myth, superstition, bloodshed, and glory reverberate through the 83 buildings of this hilltop fortress. This is Himeji Castle.
Richard Collett travels to Kyrgyzstan to build a yurt on the shores of Issyk Kul Lake with a traditional builder, from the wooden willow planks to the tunduk.
The lonely town of Sidhpur in Gujarat is a mix of architecture, culture, and mythology, from the great warrior Parasurama to colonial corners built by merchants.
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.