Visiting the Last Pwo Karen

Taking a tricky path to a remote place in Chiang Mai, a writer spends time with a hilltribe community whose endangered way of life could see a rebirth with their vibrant crafts and welcoming spirit.

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An Insider’s Trip through the Chengdu Underground

In Chengdu’s dark of the night, experience the city’s bars and live music venues that showcase an active indie scene.

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Phang Nga: Small and Awesome

In Phang Nga, this wonder of a province comes with generous offerings of extraordinary natural sights and beauty.

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AMATA CHITTASENEE

Makeup tutorials shot her to fame, and now this Instagram star hopes that by adding the cool factor to Thai traditional fabrics, they get to develop their own fandom.

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Asarnha Bucha & Buddhist Lent Day
Southeast Asia | 16-17 Jul 2019

Asarnha Bucha Day marks the day when the Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon known as “Dhammachakkappawattanasutta” which he preached to five ascetics at Benares in India over 2,500 years ago. As a result, all of them attained enlightenment and was ordained by the Buddha as the first ever Buddhist monks. read more

Banyan Tree 25Th Anniversary
Phuket, Maldives | Now – Dec 2019

This year Banyan Tree Luxury Hotels & Resorts celebrates 25 years and will offer added and complimentary experiences that guests can enjoy, showcasing local heritage, culture, sustainability and bringing exceptional experiences to guests. read more

 

Anantara Kihavah Maldives Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Man’s First Walk on the Moon
Maldives | 20 Jul 2019

Fifty years ago, Apollo 11 landed on the moon and astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped down from their lunar module onto the surface of the moon, read more

Pattaya International Marathon 2019
Pattaya | 21 Jul 2019

Are you ready for the biggest running event in Pattaya? This year, Pattaya International Marathon will be held on Sunday of 21st July, 2019 at Pattaya Klang Junction. The event will features a full marathon (42km), read more

Glitter & Gold
Phnom Penh | 23-26 Aug 2019

The Cambodia International Gems & Jewellery Fair 2019 presents the country’s best gems and jewellery as well as the finest international diamonds, gemstones, fine jewellery designs and timepieces from around the world.  read more

 

Renewing Phuket’s Old Charm

Phuket still dwells on its past and in a good way, with the presence of a true heritage town of mansions, colourful shophouses, street food and charming wall murals. read more

Of Ice and Colours

The unique “O Aew” or jelly in shaved ice is one type of refreshing dessert to try and introduced by the town of Penang in Malaysia. read more

A Fruit’s Passionate Side

The next time you need a natural vitamin boost, think about adding a fresh passion fruit as part of a healthy plan. read more

Making the List in Koh Samui

Join in the exploration of Samui’s vast array of places that are worthy of attention, as we venture from classically elegant Thai accommodations to a unique spa nestled among boulders and jolting our tastebuds with true southern food. read more

Stayed: Santiburi

Located in Maenam in north Koh Samui, Santiburi is a luxurious resort sprawled out along a lazy arc of golden sand and calm, clear waters. Harking back as one of the first 5-star resorts in Samui, Santiburi is a classic example of a meticulously maintained Siamese-style resort. read more

Tried: Tamarind Springs

Steam swirls around you in random patterns visible in the dim light trickling through a few small frosted-glass windows. As condensed steam steadily drips off of the huge granite boulder in front of you, a mysterious rumbling emanates from somewhere deep in the shadows. read more

Tasted: Sea Grille at Celes

What is it about seaside dining that is so alluring? The sea itself beckons many on some subliminal, instinctual level. So much so that simply looking out over it while indulging in a meal somehow satiates this mysterious desire. read more

Tasted: Baitong Restaurant at Banana Fan Sea

Here you are in Thailand – the land of smiles. It’s also the land of some of the tastiest food on the planet. This is so universally agreed upon that it’s nearly crossed the line from opinion to fact – if that’s even possible. read more

Free Ticket to Ride
Bangkok

Great news for those who waited in anticipation and excitement for the new MRT Blue Line extension. The public can get aboard the latest metro transit system at the first four stations of the MRT Blue Line. With its recent unveiling, read more

Good Chi in Bangrak
Samui

Bangrak beach has long been known as one of the best places on the island to catch a stunning sunset with a mountains and sea backdrop. Chi Samui … read more

Oceans for All
Phuket

There’s no overlooking the mounting support for environmental awareness and conservation in Thailand. Many resorts, restaurants, and other businesses are boasting about their paper straws, read more

Weaving a Buzz
Chiang Mai

Don’t be fooled by the industrial, nondescript exterior. Weave Artisan Society is all the buzz about Chiang Mai. read more

Gordon’s at the Peak
Hong Kong

Fish & Chips, Marrow Fat Peas and Curry Sauce – these are the quintessential British favourites that await diners at Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar at the Peak Galleria in Hong Kong. read more

True Singaporean Tze Char
Singapore

Visitors wanting to experience some authentic Singaporean tze char (street food) should pay a visit to New Ubin Zhongshan Park, located within the vibrant Balestier commune. read more

Caddy Concierge
Kuala Lumpur

As a leading creator of exclusive experiences, Hilton Kuala Lumpur has introduced a programme specifically curated for golfers. The Caddy Concierge, a one-stop contact to all things golf, read more

For a Good Cause
Phnom Penh

A social enterprise operated by nongovernmental organisation, the Tree Alliance, this restaurant trains and employs former street children and marginalised youth in a variety of sectors such as hospitality and F&B. read more

Vientiane Memories
Vientiane

Make a souvenir more than just a keepsake when you use it for home décor and reminder of an adventure on the road. When in the Lao capital of Vientiane, visit FranMuan at Sihom Café for travel mementoes with their great stories to share back home. read more

Nha Trang Noodles
Nha Trang

With a coastline of over 3,000km, Vietnam has a sea that is a vital part of daily life. Nowhere is it more evident than the city of Nha Trang on the south central coast of Vietnam. read more

Autonomous Eats & Drinks
Yangon

Created by PUN + PROJECTS in 2014, Port Autonomy has had many incarnations since it first opening in Lanthit Jetty, read more

Dancing in the Rain
Mumbai

Mumbai’s monsoon is meant to be enjoyed thoroughly, which means stepping outside and getting drenched in the downpour! read more

Ithaafushi Heaven
Maldives

The latest design-forward and ultra-luxury property in the Maldives is the Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, located in the heart of the South Malé Atoll at Ithaafushi Island. read more

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