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An Insider's Guide to Manila

No longer just a gateway to the islands, the dense, kinetic Philippine capital has become a destination in its own right. By STEPHANIE ZUBIRI. Photographed by FRANCISCO GUERRERO. more...

In Search of Tokyo's Top Izakaya

Tokyo's chefs are rethinking the archetypal izakaya in mad, delicious ways. DIANA HUBBELL joins a team of some of Hong Kong's top restaurateurs on an epic food crawl through the best of the old and the new. Photographed by SHINSUKE MATSUKAWA. more...

Mystery and Majesty in Mrauk-U, Burma

Far in northwestern Burma was the ancient civilization of Mrauk-U, filled with majestic temples and a little-known history still buried in the jungle. RON GLUCKMAN walks among the wonders. Photographed by JONATHAN POZNIAK. more...

Hanoi's Newfound Sense of Cool

Pulsating with music festivals and modern art, awash in craft beer and coffee, traditional Hanoi has become cool. CONNLA STOKES ignores the concierges and instead pursues plugged-in locals to their favorite haunts. more...

The Chefs Shaking Up Sydney's Dining Scene

These three restaurants are adding another dash of global flavor to the harbor city. By IAN LLOYD NEUBAUER. more...

Where to Drink Craft Beer in Beijing

The Chinese capital has become the epicenter of the country's burgeoning craft-beer culture. LISA BRACKMANN knocks back a few cold ones. more...

Why This Boomtown Beachtown in Thailand Has Something for Everyone

Hua Hin is one of Thailand's most versatile destinations, with something for everyone. Minimalist urban boutique? Check. Sprawling family-friendly resort? Got it. A holistic spa escape? You bet. By MERRITT GURLEY. Photographed by THANET KAEWDUANGDEE. more...

Discovering Lombok

Lombok Island is so close to Bali, but a zoological world away. BRIAN SPENCER trails in the footsteps of pioneering naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace to a tropical paradise on the ecological edge. Photographed by LAURYN ISHAK. more...

Riding the Rails to Kampot

The quiet Cambodian coastal town is finding its voice, with a new train service opening access to its buzzy arts scene, hip restaurants and caf├ęs. BY HOLLY ROBERTSON. Photographed by THOMAS CRISTOFOLETTI. more...

Where to Eat in Rangoon

Burmese food is a mix of savory and funky, with influences from China and India. It just might be the next global culinary phenomenon. By CHANEY KWAK. more...

Protecting Asia's Green Sanctuaries

A handful of sites around Asia-Pacific are in danger of losing their elevated environmental status, though tourists can help offset the modern-day stresses by simply following the rules. By CHRISTOPHER KUCWAY. more...

How Eco-tourism Is Saving Northern Cambodia's Countryside

New tours of northern Cambodia are working to save the forest, and the culture and creatures who call it home. By CLAIRE KNOX. Photographed by CHARLOTTE PERT. more...

Why Travelers Should Give Shenzhen Another Look

The overnight metropolis and newly minted economic powerhouse of Shenzhen is now emerging as a hub for innovative design and increasingly cosmopolitan culture. By SAMANTHA CULP. more...

Why You Should Go to Tangalle Now

Sleepy Tangalle, on the south coast of Sri Lanka, is getting new investments on its perfect sands. Head there soon, before you have to share the waves. By JENINNE LEE-ST. JOHN. more...

Adrian Zecha Opens Up about His Project in Laos

Hotel legend Adrian Zecha talks about his bold property in Luang Prabang. By RACHNA SACHASINH. more...

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