Goodwill Riding Through the Unforeseen

For charity’s sake and for the exhilaration of traversing through stunning landscape, a group of photographers based around Asia jumped on their mopeds for a motorcycle ride of a lifetime around Vietnam.

Read More

Unplugged in Paradise

Need an e-tox? Then head for one of Asia’s last unspoiled destinations – the Myeik Archipelago in Myanmar.

Read More

5 Days in Chiang Mai and Hanoi, Rain Included

Fah Thai recently hopped on a route that flies from Chiang Mai, Thailand to Hanoi, Vietnam. With the ease of a short flight, two countries in 5 days seemed easy to say hello to the familiar sights and to find some ‘wow’ to new experiences.

Read More

Constant Journey into Film

With the success of her movies, filmmaker Anocha Suwichakornpong explains how personal travel largely defines and blends seamlessly into her film settings.

Read More

Contemporary Keepsakes

Raise your shopping game when it comes to souvenirs in Hong Kong. Here, Fah Thai rounds up an indispensable list of the island’s unique mementos depicting iconic places and objects that are truly Hong Kong.

Read More
Blue Magnificence

It’s just you and the big blue yonder at this ultimate resort. read more

Her Heart will Go On 
Singapore & Bangkok | 3-4 & 23 Jul 2018

Fans of Canadian singer Celine Dion will want to head down to the Lion City as she performs at the Marina Bay Sands on 3-4 July. read more

Family Friendly
Hong Kong | 6 Jul 2018 – 12 Aug 2018

The International Arts Carnival 2018 will once again deliver a fun-filled arts programme designed to inspire children and entertain audiences from all walks of life. read more

Relaxing Charm of Mae Hong Son 

Tucked away in the northern part of Thailand, Mae Hong Son offers numerous attractions for any time of the year. A sanctuary for the body and soul, Mae Hong Son is proud of its abundant forests, mesmerising highlands enveloped in mist and fascinating cultures. read more

To Cure a Thirst 

In Hinduism, the bael or wood apple tree is considered sacred and belongs to the god Shiva. In Thailand, this symbolic tree represents Chai Nat Province and has always been planted in Thai households since the old days, read more

A Tropical Apple 

Feel the tropical cool when you bite into a fresh slice of a guava fruit, whose crunch of pristine white flesh provides a healthful snack easily found all year round in Thailand. The guava recently was dubbed “the ultimate superfood,”  read more

Lure of the Local 

Want a nearby and authentic experience that can also be part of your beach vacation? For a well-rounded trip, enjoying natural scenery to tasting the culinary feat of a local wok offers a lasting connection to a place. read more

Siow Jung Sin

A bowl of sandal wood is kept burning out front at all times. Stepping through the fragrant veil of smoke, you realise you’ve stumbled across something special. read more

Wat Tham Suea 

Travellers looking to nurture their inner adventurer will want lace up their walking shoes and explore Wat Tham Suea, also referred to as the Tiger Cave Temple.  read more

Samui’s Extravagant Pleasures

Here’s an offering of the best places to plan a Samui trip around, from the ultimate accommodation to exclusive culinary meals.  read more

Stayed: Anantara Bophut 

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade, but when life lands you at the Anantara Bophut Koh Samui, you consider yourself lucky.  read more 

Tasted: Jahn Restaurant at Conrad 

Although Koh Samui has an ever increasing variety of culinary options, foodies and discerning dining aficionados will be hard-pressed to find one to match Jan at Conrad Koh Samui. read more 

Resort Style

At the ultra-modern Como Point Manu, the humble Thai crepe ‘khanom bueang’ enjoys a lavish upgrade. read more

Sense and Scents of Wellbeing

One of Thailand’s wellness sanctuary, Divana, takes the lead for its pampering spa products that are wonderfully scented and luxurious. read more

Dining Unlike Any Other 
Koh Samui 

For the past three years, one restaurant has held a top spot as an island favourite among visitors – The Thai Experience. read more

Dine in Indian Influence 

One of the most exciting resorts in Phuket, Keemala, launched its brand in the woodlands setting, a wonderland with accommodations that made the best use of Kamala Bay’s lush tropical garden. read more 

Seashells and Lobsters 

Chances are that if you are vacationing in Krabi, you will want to take time for sightseeing and absorbing the local charm. The ShellSea – a seaside resort … read more 

Having an Onsen Time 
Chiang Mai 

Chiang Mai, the Lanna capital of Thailand, might not sound like a place for onsen indulgence. But at the spa-centric RarinJinda Wellness Resort, read more 

Awaken Your Sense of Adventure 
Koh Chang 

Koh Chang as an island destination for everyone means you’ll never run out of things to do. Perhaps you’ve already chilled at the beach, gone diving, read more 

Tales from the Garden 

If you are looking for amazing food and a perfect hideaway from the hustle and bustle of Pattaya, Tree Tales won’t disappoint. Located on Na Klue road,  read more

High Up for High Tea 

Located in the upper levels of Guangzhou’s IFC Building, the Four Seasons Guangzhou is a perfect place to enjoy a birds-eye view of Huacheng Park, read more

Ci Qi Kou – Chongqing’s Porcelain Port 

Located on the Jia Ling River, the ancient village of Ci Qi Kou, or Porcelain Port, has been a well-known market and trading centre for centuries. read more

Art and Culture in Chengdu 

In the heart of Chengdu’s historic district, Chengdu Culture Park contains a wealth of Sichuan history amid scenic walks and sculpted gardens. read more 

Raising the Beer 
Hong Kong 

The Artist House in Causeway Bay has literally raised the bar when it comes to handcrafted beer. In fact, in a short time, read more 

Pan-American Influence 

The rich diversity of cultures and cuisines found along the Pan-American Highway serves as the inspiration behind Panamericana, read more

Fight Time 
Kuala Lumpur 

After his controversial defeat to Jeff Horn in July 2017, Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao will once again step into the ring in Kuala Lumpur. read more

Creative Mix Hub 
Phnom Penh

Since 2007, the Meta House has been a creative space for artists and art lovers in Phnom Penh. The three-storey contemporary gallery located in the heart of the city … read more

Unique & Personalised Dining 
Siem Reap 

Looking for an opportunity to savour Cambodian cuisine in an intimate setting? You don’t have to look beyond Destination Dining in Siem Reap to get your wish. read more

Native Touches, New Cuisine 

“Nen” is the Vietnamese word for a hybrid between a garlic and shallot, and this restaurant plays with element of local language and heritage, read more

Get Something Crafty 

Located on the corner of Van Mieu and Ngo Tat To streets and next door to Dai Thanh Mon – or the Temple of Literature in Hanoi, is Craft Link souvenir shop. read more

A Dusit Hotel Debut in Phu Quoc 
Phu Quoc, Vietnam 

Dusit Princess Moonrise Beach Resort opens its doors in Phu Quoc for holiday-makers looking to chill out in this tropical spot. read more

Contemporarily Unique 

To experience unique Asian fusion taste in Yangon, visit Sofaer & Co. They offer all-day dining combined with coffee and variety of cocktails to enjoy in an open kitchen setting. read more

Wine and Dine in Style 
Vientiane, Laos 

Each Southeast Asian country’s cuisine has developed unique flavours of its own, but all are bound by a dedication to fresh ingredients and spices. read more

Sip and Dine 
Mumbai, India 

July and August is peak monsoon season in Mumbai with grey skies, thunderstorms, and rain showers. It’s best to duck indoors and enjoy the rains from the safety of a cosy coffee shop. read more

Luxury Stay Amidst Lush Nature 

The secret’s out that the AccorHotels group recently introduced the opening of their Fairmont luxury brand on the Shaviyani Atoll in North Maldives, called the Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi.  read more


Show Buttons
Hide Buttons