Built on March 25, 1992 in Sasebo city of Nagasaki prefecture, Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park that recreates a 17th-century Dutch city, entirely European.
Tucked away in the northernmost tip of Pakistan is a dreamy valley called Hunza, where people live for as long as 120 years and the literacy rate is as high as 90%. This may be the closest you get to James Hilton’s Shangri-La.
Out of all the cities in Thailand, Chiang Mai is unarguably the most vegan-friendly city. With a plethora of vegan, organic and even raw restaurants to choose from, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Chiang Mai is located in Northern Thailand and in close proximity to the Burmese, Chinese, and Laos borders, and therefore, unique culinary specialties are infused.
The annual World Sacred Spirit Festival brings some of the best talent in classical and folk music while keeping a Sufi flavour. Harsimran Shergill finds out what has been bringing people here for ten years.
In the world’s first Hello Kitty restaurant in Hong Kong, the kitty does not purr; she inspires hot dim sums—in various shapes, sizes, and colours.
If you’re trailing the World War II sites, don’t stop in Europe. Okinawa, a beautiful Prefecture in Japan, draws tourists with its beaches and water sports, but it has a bloody history that send chills down your spine.
If you want to practice that backstroke this summer, make a dash to these luxury hotels with the most dramatic and plunge-worthy swimming pools in Asia.
To observe the first women’s month in Thailand, Abercrombie & Kent has curated a banquet of travel experiences, crafted specially for women looking to satiate their wanderlusting souls.
After the sun goes down, dapper men and Instagram-loving patrons head to Banyan Tree Bangkok’s Moon Bar. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or the hundredth, the panoramic views from this vantage point never stop amazing you.
After sunset, make your way to the coolest bars in Ho Chi Minh City for a mixed bag of madness.