Travelers can visit sites across Japan linked to Saigo Takamori, the “Last Samurai”, an extraordinary swordsman who helped shape the country.
Although endlessly popular with travelers, Rajasthan still hides many secrets, including the majestic—and sometimes humorous—painted havelis in its overlooked Shekhawati region.
Tucked away at a lakeside location near Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s lesser-known Ta Prohm temple is an unsung Angkor-era architectural marvel.
Following in the footsteps of legendary explorer Sir Percy Cox, our writer gets a feel for Oman’s wild history by visiting Nizwa: one of the country’s oldest cities.
One of Southeast Asia’s most intriguing ethnic mash-ups, Peranakan culture has bequeathed vivid architecture, design, and cuisine.
Manila’s rich and often tumultuous history can be traced through a range of heritage sites scattered around the metropolis.
The perfect antidote to busy Bangkok, Chiang Mai is a charming blend of old and new with a food scene to die for.
It’s one of the island’s most exclusive properties, but Cappella Ubud is forging links with Balinese communities and culture via immersive guest experiences like Keliki miniature painting classes and herbal medicine making.
With epic landscapes and lore that is ancient, complex, and tragic, Armenia offers a visceral historic bonanza that takes in some of Christianity’s most sacred symbols.
Malaysia’s space-age capital is a tasty proposition — and not just because of its spectacular food scene.
India’s most iconic building hogs the limelight, but the former capital of the Mughal Empire is rich in other highlights.