Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia is the regional edition of the world’s biggest—and most trusted—travel magazine brand. Every month, Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia inspires its readers to experience stunning adventures; explore cutting-edge hotels, spas, shopping and more; and travel in sensational style, armed with hands-on, up-to-date, accurate and practical travel information. A chic, stylish and authoritative guide for today’s traveler within Asia and beyond, Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia is the must-read guide to all that Asia has to offer.
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#TLASIA • FOR OUR PHOTOGRAPHY ISSUE WE’VE SELECTED SOME OF OUR READERS’ MOST UNIQUE FRAMES WITHIN FRAMES.
REASONS TO TRAVEL NOW • T+L’s monthly selection of trip-worthy places, experiences and events.
Homegrown Delights • There’s an artisanal push with food across the region, where locally grown ingredients combine with foreign know-how to create a true taste of Southeast Asia.
That Light Though • A new resort in Flores brings luxury to an untouched part of the island, and swift access to a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rather than intrude, it blends and flows.
Grazing Guangzhou • The Michelin Guide may have only just set its stars on this foodie port of southern China, but Cathy Adams finds a city that has long been loved for its hot plates.
Rendezvous Point • DISCOVER THE PERFECT SPOT TO STAY FOR A BRIEF ENCOUNTER WITH SINGAPORE, OR SIMPLY TO LINGER A LITTLE LONGER.
Brave New Napa • VENTURE BEHIND THE SCENES IN THE VALLEY KNOWN FOR ITS VINEYARDS, AND YOU’LL COME AWAY TRANSFORMED BY A SERIES OF TOP-OF-THE- LINE EXPERIENCES YOU WILL NEVER FORGET.
Japan Comes into Bloom • On an eight-night voyage that visits some of the archipelago’s lesser-known ports, Eleni N. Gage falls under the spell of cherry-blossom season.
Going Deep in Asia • New cruise itineraries in this part of the world are taking a close look at a single destination or region, immersing passengers in their culture, food and history. Choose the voyage that’s right for you.
JAPAN’S BEAUTIFUL TRADITIONS • Tokyo and Niigata are united on a cultural continuum. A trip to this fascinating country should immerse you in the highlights of both, taking you on a journey from past to present and back again.
Auckland, en Vogue • New Zealand’s gateway to North Island adventures is a destination in its own right, with great food, a bevy of museums and galleries, and chic shops that showcase homegrown talent. We turned to wunderkind Maggie Hewitt—the designer behind women’s clothing brand Maggie Marilyn—to get the lowdown on the best stops for style-minded travelers.
The Golden Path • Greece may not be the first destination that springs to mind when picturing a walking vacation. But on a low-season tour of Andros, in the Cyclades, Rebecca Rose finds that hiking the island’s historic trails—now newly passable—is an ideal way to enjoy balmy temperatures, empty beaches and a clutch of idyllic places to stay.
Bask in Bangkok • Take in the most culturally diverse and interesting district in Thailand’s capital from the new Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit.
HOW TO DO YOUR OWN ANDROS WALKING TOUR
STYLISHLY MEMORABLE • EVERY HOTEL IN THE MGALLERY BY SOFITEL COLLECTION TELLS ITS OWN STORY. AND EACH IS INSPIRED BY ITS DESTINATION. UNIQUE AND BOUTIQUE, THESE HOTELS INVITE GUESTS TO ENTER A TALE OF ADVENTURE, ROMANCE, HISTORY, CULTURE, AND NATURE FROM THE MOUNTAINS OF CHIANG MAI TO THE BEACHES OF PHUKET.
THREE MORE OFF-SEASON WALKING VACATIONS IN GREECE
A New York State of Wine • One of America’s most spectacular wine regions is in the Northeast. Take a detour from the big city to spend a weekend in New York State’s Finger Lakes, where...