Sticky rice

The best local restaurants in Hanoi are budget-friendly options within the Old Quarter where you dine on low stools and tables that often spill...
Tamarind

The traditional cuisine of land-locked Laos is not widely known outside the country itself. Lao food has simple flavours, composed of fresh, hearty ingredients,...
Suay restaurant

Fusion at this converted house just south of old town proper means salmon carpaccio piled with a tart and bright pomelo salad, an innovative...
Sabai Corner

There is no better view on the island than the one you'll glimpse from the deck at this superlative pub. From here you can...
Beach View Yin Yang Coastal

This private kitchen on a secluded beach is run by chef Margaret Xu, who calls her cooking New Hong Kong. A former ad-agency owner...
Bumbu Bali

A good place for Balinese food in the heart of Ubud. The menu features dishes such as lawar (green bean salad), ayam pelalah (spicy...
An Nam Quan

An Nam Quan which is one of Traditional Vietnam Restaurant, is the place located at 59 Nguyen Binh Khiem, District 1, on a 3...
Na Aroon Vegetarian Restaurant

Situated at the end of Sukhumvit Soi 1, Na Aroon Vegaterian Restaurant is surprising not only for its hidden location but also for the delightful...

For many travellers, food is one of the main ways of engaging with another culture. Food certainly plays a big role in Lao culture and...
La Villa French Restaurant

La Villa Restaurant, Saigon is, in fact, a restaurant placed in a beautiful pool villa, locating in a quiet neighborhood in District 2 thus...

Opened in 1932, the Raffles Grand d’Angkor has survived all the vagaries of recent Cambodian history and has hosted luminaries such as Charlie Chaplin, Somerset Maugham and the Clintons.

Housed in a mega retail, office, hotel and residential complex, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, formerly known as The South Beach, offers 634 rooms and suites in a pair of shimmering glass and steel towers, with architecture by Foster + Partners as well as Aedas, and interior design by Philippe Starck.

Anantara Rasananda is as lavish as it gets and constitutes a serious challenge to the island’s budget reputation. This well-run five star resort offers sumptuous and spacious rooms and villas, all with deep plunge pools facing the sea or a delightful jungle garden cum lagoon.

Close to the bustle and excitement of the city, Sheraton Hanoi Hotel is surrounded by lush gardens, sweeping lawns and tranquil courtyards. This peaceful oasis features picturesque views of West Lake and is less than 10 minutes from downtown Hanoi. The hotel provides the perfect balance between tranquility and convenience.

Squeaking geckos and singing crickets send you to sleep at this enduring, excellent-value eco-lodge with comfortable chalets set back from the Tatai River. With a resident guide, inviting bar-restaurant, free kayaks, riverside chill-out area and spa pavilion in a jungle setting, it’s a top pick.