Meet Gary Bowerman, one of the foremost analysts of Southeast Asian travel, author of a fine book on Chinese travelers, and who once broke his wrist cl…
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For French architect Antoine Meinnel, a chance visit to Cambodia saw him fall in love with the country's heritage architecture, and invent fresh ways t…
Simon Ostheimer
With his new book, Hong Kong author Larry Feign reveals the 'true' story of legendary South China pirate Shek Yang, the flower boat girl who became a f…
Simon Ostheimer
Once a colonial backwater known for its sleepiness, this former fishing village on the southeastern coast of Cambodia is rapidly becoming the country's…
Simon Ostheimer
Undiscovered by Westerners until the 1960s, the Thai island of Samui, with its jungle-clad mountains and coral-covered seas, still retains a sense of t…
Simon Ostheimer
For author Sam Ferrer, writing his first novel The Last Gods of Indochine was not only a voyage into the distant past of Angkor Wat, it was also a jour…
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More than 40 years into a career spent marveling at nature, environmental legend John 'Caveman' Gray is still paddling for the environment in the water…
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By exploring their own limits, Bangkok design firm Supermachine – led by founder Jack Chaowakul – are challenging the boundaries of modern Thai archite…
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Once the capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom, and far removed from the kingdom's centre of power, Thailand's northern city of Chiang Mai has become it…
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Meet Tim Newton, who left behind the cold winter of Melbourne for a new adventure in sunny Phuket, along the way discovering the best (and worst) of Am…
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After years of struggling with my identity, I ended up defining myself as Hong Kong British, but can an expat kid with a German surname ever really be …
Simon Ostheimer
There's no place like home for Aroon Dada, owner of Phuket's best roti shop in the heart of the island's Old Town, and purveyor of tasty treats like hi…
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