Meet the AuthorListen now (39 min) | You know me - I send you an email every Saturday with a new travel story. But did you know that I once studied Chinese in Suzhou?…
A man far ahead of his time, Vann Molyvann was a talented 30 year-old architect who in the late 1950s was entrusted with the keys to the kingdom by Nor…
Meet four foreigners who visited Laos, fell in love with the country's spiritual capital of Luang Prabang, and decided to give back to their new home b…
On a trip to the resort area of Khao Lak - north of Phuket - I uncovered the tragic story of the 2004 tsunami, which had been marked forever by two unf…
A Life in RuinsListen now (27 min) | Meet Paulo Bonini, the lively narrator of his own videos exploring the lost temples of Cambodia. Between trips, he reveals the da…
For almost its entire lifespan Hong Kong has been a city caught between two worlds, colonial and Chinese, but - at least in terms of built heritage - t…
Once a thriving 20th century neighbourhood full of foreigners and returning overseas Chinese, the beautiful tree-lined streets of Dongshankou have been…
Down a tiny alleyway close to Phnom Penh's Royal University, a small thrift shop called Clothesline is bringing big changes to the city's growing secon…
In many ways, Langkawi is what Phuket could have been, an untouched beauty of an island full of wild animals, mile-long empty beaches, and a rustic, la…
The wonderful Kopitiam by Wilai in Phuket's Old Town hails back to the island's past as a melting pot for immigrants from throughout Asia, with a very …
Most visitors to Phuket will never go to Takua Pa, a sleepy town way off the main road, but those who venture off the beaten track are rewarded with sc…
Bangkok's historic Charoenkrung Road, the first paved road in Thailand when it was built in 1864, has undergone a startling transformation as heart of …