Bellinda Kontominas discovers a quiet alternative to the throngs of Bali and Thailand.
There's a quiet alternative to the throngs of Bali and Thailand.
Covered in hot sand, then smeared with cold ash - this isn't your average day spa, writes Bellinda Kontominas.
Once despised, Imelda Marcos is now the inspiration for a host of bizarre attractions, writes Michelle Wranik.
Manila is one of remarkably few cities in Asia that looks out to the west over the sea.
Tom Adair explores a private island in a remote archipelago where the diving is world class.
Where the top of Mount Pinatubo once was is a lake of immeasurable depth and beauty, writes David Whitley.
From classy cocktails to ping-pong peril, in South-East Asia you can find parties to suit all tastes, writes Ben Groundwater.
Made up of 7000 islands, this Southeast Asian jewel is the one to watch. Why? Its beaches rival its neighbours, without the tourist hordes; the backdrop for any scene is a volcano, smouldering ominously; dazzling green rice terraces are carved out of incandescent valleys; its plucky and embracing people; its tiny, bug-eyed tarsiers that cling to trees like limpets; and the beautiful bumpy landscapes of Bohol.