Full of flavourful districts, Singapore is a city that’s made for enjoying on foot. Since its birth as a trading post two centuries ago it has drawn settlers into a cauldron of walkable quarters that major in zingy food and late-night drinks. Bring comfy shoes and an appetite. Singapore is somewhere you’ll savour
Sushi, shrines, karaoke sessions and snowy peaks — hit all the highlights in just two weeks with Japan expert Alicia Miller.
Whether you’re in the process of planning a trip of a lifetime, or you’re simply continuing to dream of one day reaching that bucket list destination, here’s everything you need to do, see and experience when visiting Japan
The Tourism Authority of Thailand is rolling out a video series that enables viewers to experience the destination from home.
Nick Redman — a winter idler there decades ago — returns to discover its modern day appeal
Winter in Japan can be harsh, but, thanks to the country’s heated onsen baths, piping hot noodle bowls and intimate restaurants, the freeze also offers the ultimate chance to get cosy. Alicia Miller wraps up and explores the snowy spectacle
From lost temples to serene villages and balmy beaches, Cambodia is cheap and easy to explore, finds Alex Robinson, on a comfy new train line through the historic heart of the country
You’ve pictured the palaces, the sunsets, the rickshaws and the raucous markets. Maybe even the heaving cities or the rattling trains, rolling past dense forest and barren desert. But which trip brings what? And how do you connect the dots? Here, our expert writers have selected eight memorable trips. Sit back, take your pick and assemble your dream journey…