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A Note From Our Editor in Chief

We’re all in this together.

Culture

10 of the Most Colorful Places in Asia

Happier days are ahead! For now, virtually escape to these 10 cheerful places.

Hotels & Resorts

A Stay at Bulgari Hotel Shanghai is the Most Luxurious Way to Ease Back into Life in China

Holing up has us dreaming of La Mer and Michelin stars at one of Shanghai’s most luxe recent openings.

Hotels & Resorts

Experience next-level Indonesian hospitality in marvellous melting-pot Jakarta

There are few places as kinetic as the Indonesian capital, where layers of history mesh with the contemporary, and modern drinking and dining venues are elevating the city’s game—and the most elevated address in town is the new Park Hyatt Jakarta.

Hotels & Resorts

Experience Next-Level Comfort with Oakwood

An alternative to mainstream hotels, serviced apartments offer more space, in-room facilities and privacy.

Food & Drink

Boost the body and mind at these Bangkok Eateries

At the new Mövenpick BDSM Wellness Resort, healing starts with nutritious, delicious meals at Khum Hom and Tamarind.

Food & Drink

3 Maldivian Resorts Perfect for Foodies

At these opulent resorts from Crown & Champa, the dining is just as stunning as the scenery.

Food & Drink

A Gastro-Tour of Manila

On a food-driven tour of Manila, we uncover a few new takes on Filipino food, cooked up by the city’s most innovative restaurants.

Hotels & Resorts

Counting Pools at the New Apurva Kempinski Bali

It’s hard to make a multi-hundred-room hotel feel like home. So, major props to The Apurva Kempinksi Bali, awash in great vibes, feel-good design, a mystifyingly cozy feel—and almost too many pools to count.

Hotels & Resorts

This Hotel is Putting Kuala Lumpur’s Underappreciated Chow Kit Neighborhood on the Map

An ode to Kuala Lumpur’s underground, The Chow Kit weaves retro design and contemporary art into one of the city’s prettiest hotels.

Hotels & Resorts

Cast off for holistic Kiwi hospitality in the City of Sails

Wonderful, walkable Waitematā harbour beckons, and now there’s a new waterfront manse to call “your wharenui” for travellers and locals alike. The understated luxury of Park Hyatt Auckland presents perfectly in low-key but ahead-of-the-curve New Zealand.

Culture

Shooting the Serengeti: 10 Photos that Missed the Cut (but we still love)

In our March issue, photographer Scott A Woodward takes a walk through the Serengeti with Editor in Chief Christopher Kucway. They came back with more photos that could fit in the magazine, here are a few favorites that didn’t make the cut.

Food & Drink

These Bartender-Recommended Regional Spirits are the Souvenirs You Should Actually Be Taking Home

Rojak gin? Fancy Thai rum? Bring these bottles home instead of the elephant print pants.