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Searching out that perfect strand of sand around Asia depends as much upon your mood as what it is you want to do on the coastline. Here's a small selection of some of the shores we're most sweet on, whether you want to simply take in nature, eat your way through the day, while away a night or just see and be seen.
The 17th annual edition of Thailands’s famous food festival at the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel offers all sorts of surprises.
Mount Kailash is Asia's most sacred peak. On a personal pilgrimage in Western Tibet, JOE CUMMINGS heads over the hills where the spirit fly. Photographed by THOMAS KELLY.
Watch dawn break from hundreds of meters above the striking landscapes of Burma. Whether floating above the pagodas of Bagan, the serene waters of Inle Lake, or the vast shores of Ngapali, there is no better way to see the country than by hot air balloon. Visit flymya.com to find out how you can take flight.
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