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Angkor Wat

By Will Ottley

Angkor Wat

What surprised me most about Siem Reap, Cambodia was not the grandeur and sophistication of the temple complexes. Walking among the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument…

Yangon, Myanmar

By Paul King

Yangon, Myanmar

Myanmar is arguably the most enigmatic country in all of Southeast Asia. Following a coup d’état in 1962 in which the military seized total control of the government, Myanmar (formerly…

Bangkok Dining Guide

By Anna Power

Bangkok Dining Guide

Bangkok is a city of extremes, from beautiful ancient temples standing side by side to modern day luxury high-rise hotels. It doesn’t do things by halves, and that includes food.…

Exploring Bangkok’s Old City Temples

By Paul King

Exploring Bangkok’s Old City Temples

As one of the most sprawling and dynamic cities in all of Asia, the city of Bangkok can feel overwhelming to the uninitiated. But a one-day walking tour of Ratanakosin…

The Most Incredible Vacation Cabins and Villas in the World

By David Bryce

The Most Incredible Vacation Cabins and Villas in the World

Everybody has dreams. Some of those are probably uniquely personal while others are more universal. As the latter goes, there’s a good chance that the ambition to embark on an…

Mumbai: India’s City of Dreams

By Karishma Tolani

Mumbai: India’s City of Dreams

Often referred to as “the city of dreams” or “the city that never sleeps,” Mumbai is India’s own New York City, bustling day and night with life. With a mix…

Phnom Penh: The Charming City

By Brandy York

Phnom Penh: The Charming City

Upon arrival in Cambodia, most tourists flock to Siem Reap for the spectacular temples of Angkor Wat, skipping over one of Southeast Asia’s most charming capital cities. Yet Phnom Penh…

50 Free Things to do in 50 Cities Around the World

By Megan Soll

50 Free Things to do in 50 Cities Around the World

Traveling around the world can be pricey but many cities offer lots of inexpensive, even free options for the Savvy Explorer. Here is our list of 50 free things to…

Sapa, Vietnam

By Katherine Sazdanoff

Sapa, Vietnam

Sapa is a wonderland for adventurous travelers.  The landscapes are brilliant, day activities plentiful and the markets are some of the most colorful in all of Vietnam.  After the lengthy…

Singapore’s New Hotels for 2013

By The Editors

Singapore’s New Hotels for 2013

Singapore’s travel market is booming and hotels are opening at a furious pace. Here is a look at some of the most recent Singapore hotels to throw open their doors.…

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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, is flush with history and culture unbeknownst to the many Morocco-bound tourists who flock to Tangiers and Casablanca. For those who venture off the beaten path,…

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