Nepal's southern fringe is a land of free-roaming fauna and protected forests, a tempting world away from the mountainous north, writes Shafik Meghji.
From Amman to Petra, a journey through the kingdom of Jordan is an experience to treasure. Words and pictures by Tim Pile.
Whether you crave beautiful beaches, ancient temples or anchovy sushi, the city has it covered, writes Daniel Allen.
Longing for a secluded getaway for two? Samantha Brown offers 10 of the region's hottest hotels for couples.
A charity bicycle tour from Shenzhen to Shanghai affords Thomas Bird insight into the polluted ‘heaven-on-Earth’ that is modern-day China.
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Dracula is big business in these parts, butit's not all Vlad in Transylvania. Words and pictures by Tim Pile.
What is it? A little slice of heaven, that's what. The 40-room resort is arranged along the west coast of 120-hectare Long Island (or Jumby Bay Island; it depends on who you speak to), which is...
India's most populous city is a study in contrasts. Nick Taylor joins photographer Shiraz Randeria to capture some of its many charms.
Winnie checked into a cosy Taipei clinic one recent afternoon for a full facial rejuvenation – a few Botox injections to tackle wrinkles and then filler gels to plump up folds and lips.
Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace Hotel stands as testament to the remarkable strength and resilience of India's largest city. Words and pictures by Tim Pile.
The last leg of a London to Ulan Bator road trip is as unpredictable as it is wonderful. Words and pictures by Robin Ewing.
Spiritual temples, exhilarating treks and hot springs ... exploring Japan’s Kumano region on foot is good for the body and spirit, writes Daniel Allen.
Tucked away in a remote Lantau village is a rustic retreat that offers a weekend getaway with a little luxury.
What is it? The world's first "Instagram hotel", complete with a designated space in which to take selfies, 1888 is also Sydney's newest boutique property.
The southern Indian state is reinventing itself as a water sports paradise, writes Pavan Shamdasani.
With a modicum ofinsider knowledge,the misery and boredomof delayed flights can be a thing of the past. Charley Lanyon spends a day at Chek Lap Kok to prove the point.
If you're in the market for a relaxing budget break, bypass bustling Taipei and head for Taiwan's bucolic east coast, writes Joanna Chiu.
Language courses allow visitors to soak up Germany's culture while honing a useful skill - and if it all becomes a bit too much, a beer garden is never far away. Joyce Man reports.
What is it? One of the Roman hotel scene's grand dames, the Waldorf Astoria property is perched atop a hill and boasts spectacular views, a priceless art collection and top-notch facilities.
Pyongyang, as the capital of a desperately poor nation ruled by a military dictatorship, isn't exactly famous for its nightlife. But while in the Hermit Kingdom on a weeklong tour recently, we...
Two very different French chateaux have been transformed into unique, world-class art galleries. Words and pictures by Keith Mundy.
Most of us have read "1,001 places to visit before you die" and other such morbidly titled lists. But none of these yet include a trip to suborbital space. Yet space is the travel industry's next...
Spices pervade all aspects of life in India's 'pepper country' Kerala, writes Graeme Green.
Nepal's Langtang Valley is an ancient yet ever-changing landscape of beauty. Words and pictures by Trefor Moss.