Journeys don't have to be arduous. They don't even have to take a long time.
Whether on a plastic stool in the street or a "flavour concentration" booth for one, eating ramen is a serious business in Fukuoka.
Wine buffs short on time can learn about and taste Chile's vineyard varieties in downtown Santiago.
The secret to making the finest chocolate is revealed in a Bruges museum.
It seems that maybe this fine form of travel is losing its popularity.
A leafy location and a great neighbourhood vibe, take this boutique hotel, that once was three enormous terrace houses, to another level.
Just because something's important doesn't mean it's worth going out of your way to see.
Villa Massari could be the most atmospheric cycling pit stop ever.
The stock from one hawker's prawn noodle soup has become the stuff of legend.
These are the experiences every visitor to Asia should try once. But probably only once.