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Haunting portraits of Vietnam’s disappearing tribes: French photographer documents a way of life that is dying out

Hoi An-based Frenchman Réhahn’s patient approach has won him the trust of tribal elders, who have handed over rare artefacts and garments for display and preservation at his gallery in the town

19 Aug 2018 - 11:33AM

Hoi An-based Frenchman Réhahn’s patient approach has won him the trust of tribal elders, who have handed over rare artefacts and garments for display and preservation at his gallery in the town

Haunting portraits of Vietnam’s disappearing tribes:  French photographer documents a way of life that is dying out
Ethereal landscapes captured on a Holga, a made-in-Hong-Kong toy camera, by Michael Kenna

The Briton, famed for his black-and-white landscapes, loves the plastic pocket camera for its unpredictability and the whimsical quality of the resulting photos

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

The Briton, famed for his black-and-white landscapes, loves the plastic pocket camera for its unpredictability and the whimsical quality of the resulting photos

Ethereal landscapes captured on a Holga, a made-in-Hong-Kong toy camera, by Michael Kenna
The best places in Asia to photograph: six Instagramers and photographers pick their favourites

These four countries (and Hong Kong, of course) are famous for their potential for great shots of landscapes, people, food, architecture and natural beauty

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

These four countries (and Hong Kong, of course) are famous for their potential for great shots of landscapes, people, food, architecture and natural beauty

The best places in Asia to photograph: six Instagramers and photographers pick their favourites
Bali’s Three Peaks Challenge: climb them all in 24 hours, if your legs don’t turn to jelly along the way

Most visitors to the Indonesian holiday island are happy if they reach the top of one of its three big volcanoes; Graeme Green scales all three in 16 hours, with views of a Bali sunrise and sunset compensation for his labours

26 Jul 2017 - 10:52PM

Most visitors to the Indonesian holiday island are happy if they reach the top of one of its three big volcanoes; Graeme Green scales all three in 16 hours, with views of a Bali sunrise and sunset compensation for his labours

Bali’s Three Peaks Challenge: climb them all in 24 hours, if your legs don’t turn to jelly along the way
Six of the best wildlife-spotting locations in South and Southeast Asia

There are plenty of ways to see the world’s most fascinating and rare animals without doing them any harm. Here are some of the region’s hot spots

20 Jul 2018 - 8:46PM

There are plenty of ways to see the world’s most fascinating and rare animals without doing them any harm. Here are some of the region’s hot spots

Six of the best wildlife-spotting locations in South and Southeast Asia
Remote trek in northern Thailand offers taste of a slower, simpler life

No Wi-fi, showers out of a saucepan: a three-day trek with homestays in the peaceful forests and hills of little visited region makes a welcome change from Thailand's overly commercialised hiking tours

27 Jan 2017 - 12:08PM

No Wi-fi, showers out of a saucepan: a three-day trek with homestays in the peaceful forests and hills of little visited region makes a welcome change from Thailand's overly commercialised hiking tours

Remote trek in northern Thailand offers taste of a slower, simpler life
Kai Hakone hotel is a good jump-off point for Mt Fuji

The Kai Hakone hotel is an ideal base for visits to Mt Fuji, writes Graeme Greene.

2 Apr 2014 - 10:44PM

The Kai Hakone hotel is an ideal base for visits to Mt Fuji, writes Graeme Greene.

Kai Hakone hotel is a good jump-off point for Mt Fuji
The new Ritz-Carlton Kyoto lives up to the hype
Island in the sun: Take time out in Taketomi, Japan’s southern gem

A visit to this secluded resort on the tiny island of Taketomi is a sure way to ease the mind, writes Graeme Green.

14 Apr 2015 - 4:03PM

A visit to this secluded resort on the tiny island of Taketomi is a sure way to ease the mind, writes Graeme Green.

Island in the sun: Take time out in Taketomi, Japan’s southern gem
India's 'pepper country', Kerala, keeps things spicy

Spices pervade all aspects of life in India's 'pepper country' Kerala, writes Graeme Green.

21 Aug 2013 - 10:20PM

Spices pervade all aspects of life in India's 'pepper country' Kerala, writes Graeme Green.

India's 'pepper country', Kerala, keeps things spicy
Travel Review: Combe House
6 Nov 2012 - 10:07AM
Travel Review: Combe House
Mweya Safari Lodge: room with a gnu
Cycling Quebec's P'tit train du Nord
Gorilla tourism is helping conservation efforts in Uganda
Tree-dwelling spirits keep Okinawa's islands free of evil

Colourful shisa sculptures, new and old, keep evil at bay on the pristine islands of Okinawa

25 Jul 2013 - 12:46AM

Colourful shisa sculptures, new and old, keep evil at bay on the pristine islands of Okinawa

Tree-dwelling spirits keep Okinawa's islands free of evil
Quiet and intimate, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo offers relaxation in the city

With its boutique feel and personal touch, this Tokyo hotel stands apart from the five-star pack, writes Graeme Green.

18 Sep 2013 - 10:33PM

With its boutique feel and personal touch, this Tokyo hotel stands apart from the five-star pack, writes Graeme Green.

Quiet and intimate, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo offers relaxation in the city
Officially relaxed at Yangon's The Governor's Residence

Yangon governor's residence turned hotel is a haven of tropical tranquility, writes Graeme Green.

4 Sep 2013 - 10:32PM

Yangon governor's residence turned hotel is a haven of tropical tranquility, writes Graeme Green.

Officially relaxed at Yangon's The Governor's Residence
Bhutan's mountaintop monasteries - a trip into timelessness

Bhutan's mountain-top monasteries have existed unaltered for centuries, writes Graeme Green.

14 Apr 2015 - 3:48PM

Bhutan's mountain-top monasteries have existed unaltered for centuries, writes Graeme Green.

Bhutan's mountaintop monasteries - a trip into timelessness