Tips & News

Tell Us Your Favorite Destinations, Hotels, Airlines & More—Voting for World’s Best 2021 Ends This Week

May 5, 2021

The Travel+Leisure family prides ourselves on being invaluable sources of inspiration and planning intel for sophisticated, broad-minded travelers. But we’re proud to say the equation goes both ways: we love hearing from our readers, and what matters to you helps shape what we cover.

Every year, we ask Travel+Leisure readers around the world to tell us their favorite hotels, resorts, destinations, airlines, travel agents and more so that we can pay tribute to the places and people that have delighted you, that have provided the most memories, that you keep going back to — or would, time-, work- and of course pandemic-willing.

Voting for the World’s Best Awards 2021 ends May 10.

Yes, you may not have traveled as much in the past 12 months as usual, but perhaps that makes it all the more important to talk about the best in the industry and to share our favorite experiences with each other so that we can all plan The. Best. Vacation. Ever. once this is all said and done.

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Hotels & Resorts

World’s Best Awards 2021: Top 100 Hotels in the World

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Tips & News

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Inspiration

A New Era in Kuala Lumpur

As Malaysia goes through a political shake-up, the capital is rippling with change. With an influx of luxury hotels and experimental, proudly Malaysian restaurants, plus a community of small bars adding cool spots to spend the night, Eloise Basuki finds it is now worth lingering in Kuala Lumpur.

Hotels & Resorts

Anantara Uluwatu Resort

With its dramatic setting atop a limestone cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean, Anantara Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa offers an impressive refuge from which to take in the sights of Bali.

Culture

Exploring Tibet’s Kham Region

Tibet’s little-known Kham is a river-bound region where everyday life takes on the air of mythology. Crisscrossing the grasslands and mountain ranges, we find nomadic traditions holding their own against the inflow of modernity.