Going to Hong Kong? Well, there are few Taoist deities you should get to know before you start in on the temples.
Bali has no shortage of temples, and this journey takes travelers from north to south – with water rituals and fire dances – combining some of the very best in Balinese spirituality.
Even in the most popular temples of Japan’s most beautiful city, there are dark corners where patrons can curse their enemies in Kyoto.
Photographer Adryel Talamantes takes his camera around Bangkok festivals to turn his lens on the intense spiritual side of Asia’s most visited city.
An intersection between the worlds of life and death, Osorezan is a landscape that rides the strange line between beauty and despair.
You can go for the animals or the plush hotels, but many who go to Luang Prabang are looking to recharge their soul and this ancient capital has more than enough options.
The Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue serves a small, tight-knit community of 20, but the story and heritage of this site draws travelers from around the globe.
Dave Stamboulis gets off the beaten track in China’s Gansu for spectacular mountains, high grasslands, and Buddhist reflection.
Eating glass, devouring live animals, convulsing in possessed dancing – in the Jaranan, wild animals roam in men and only the practitioner can exorcise the spirits.
If you’re really, really in to yoga Rishikesh is the place to be, but there are far more interesting treasures to be found in this Himalayan retreat.
To end the dry season, people gather to celebrate in Yasothon to drink, sing, and fire powerful handmade rockets into the heavens for the god Phaya Thaen to send the rains. It works.