With its 7000-plus islands brimming with diversity, the Philippines is a visual stunner. Here’s a few tips on where to soak in its splendor.
Rock star hideaways, sustainability-focused luxury jungle camps, and charming destinations like Kampot and Kep make Cambodia’s southern reaches prime quarry for an extended odyssey.
Removed from the most famous tourist destinations in The Philippines, Ilocos Norte in far north Luzon offers everything from pristine beaches and scenery to barely-frequented cul-tural treasures.
The mountain pass between Al Hamra and Wadi Bani Awf is one of Oman’s most spectacular roads, but it’s not for the fainthearted. Duncan Forgan dusts down his shaky driving skills to give off-roading a spin.
Located deep in the desert in the northwest of the country, Al Ula is one of Saudi Arabia’s most beguiling destinations and a potential hotspot for travelers now that the country is opening up.
Located hard by the border with Russia, Khinaliq village is the end-point for one of Azerbaijan’s most spectacular road trips.
Inaccessible for much of the year, the village of Juta in Georgia’s Sno Valley is a portal to some of the most impressive scenery in the Caucasus.
Duncan Forgan’s interest is peaked as he discovers an activity at the height of fashion: scaling Indonesia’s mountains.
The eastern seaboard of the UAE abounds with scenic splendor, cultural weight and some of the best beaches in the area. Duncan Forgan takes his bucket and spade.
There’s are more layers to Langkawi — one of Malaysia’s most visually stunning island destinations — than meets the eye
Visitors can find compelling insight into Vietnam’s colorful history at majestic ruined citadels throughout the nation.