Features - Asia
luxe - Kuramathi, Maldives
Kuramathi is a beautiful island offering 1.8km of wide, sandy beaches and an amazing house reef dropping into a sparkling turquoise ocean.
Malaysia’s natural wonders
Malaysia is home to some of the most exciting wildlife-watching in South East Asia. Mark Eveleigh enlists the help of celebrity ‘Junglewalla’ Irshad Mobarak for recommendations on some of his country’s greatest parks and a couple of unexpected secret spots.
Articles - Asia
24 Hours in Bali
For such a small island approximately 145 x 80km Bali boasts a surprising number of highlights. With lush rice paddies, mystical temples, white-sand beaches, and misty volcano treks, it is easy to see why the island of Gods is Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination. Check out the cultural heritage of Ubud, bask in the sophistication of Seminyak, or simply relax at the mellow beachside towns of Lovina and Amed. Whatever you do, rest assured that this paradise island will leave you with a bounty of lasting memories.
fine food - Chef Pino Lavarra
Sweet pea risotto with herb breadcrumb queen scallops, and prawns.
Future Past Perfect: Tokyo Tales
It’s Saturday afternoon in Tokyo. In one popular shopping district, neon flashes across the skyline, music videos blare from mega-screens, and the streets throng with teenagers, housewives, and salarymen.
Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is a city that celebrates culture with a juxtaposition of local and international flavours.
24 Hours in Seoul
June might be the best time of year to visit Seoul. The summer’s heat has yet to emerge in full force, trees are lush with leaves, and the city is ready to party.
weekend away - Istanbul
Istanbul’s elite have idled away their summers in the city’s seaside villages for five centuries. Tristan Rutherford hops between them on a bespoke Bosphorus ferry tour.
luxe - Tropical seclusion at Kandolhu Resort
This newly opened resort combines contemporary luxury with the intimacy of a small island.
Cosmopolitan Istanbul, a century apart
Istanbul was as globalised a century ago as it is today. On a stroll between the city’s most historic hotels, it’s easy to map out 100 years of multicultural cool.