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    Royal Retreat

    The downcast eyes and serene facial expression on King Jayavarman VII’s statue was perhaps the best welcome I could’ve received as I stepped into the Royal Angkor Resort in Siem Reap.

    Words: R. Rajendra

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    Nagoya For All

    From castles to cosplay, Nagoya has many playful offerings for a fun family vacation. 

    Words: Mark Andrews   Images: Inmagine & Nagoya Tourism

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    Romancing Indochina

    Forming part of Indochina, Cambodia and Vietnam are both fascinating countries resplendent with amazing history, culture and cuisine. From homely guesthouses to ultra-luxurious resorts, the charm of this region is aptly captured in these hotels.

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    Rail Stars

    Train journeys, most certainly, offer breathtaking scenery, but get ready for spectacular sights when you pull into some of the world’s most amazing train stations – symbols of past empires that have survived wars and the onslaught of urban development. 

    Words: Efi Eqbal   Images: Inmagine, Getty Images & Corbis

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    A Quiet Elegance

    When I heard I was going to Ho Chi Minh City for the weekend, images of old Saigon – beautiful French colonial buildings and wide tree-lined boulevards – came to mind. Friends were quick to warn me of the infamous traffic, but I paid little heed to their advice, my thoughts lingering instead on romanticised portraits of the city, stirred in part by Graham Greene’s portrayal of Saigon in The Quiet American

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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    Savour Spring

    Eat well and live healthy while being aware of what goes into your food. 

    Words: R. Rajendra

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    Sleek Sanctuary

    When my car pulled up to the JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi, I thought there had been a mistake. Perhaps my driver had misunderstood. The futuristic building looked more like something out of Star Trek than a hotel. A cantilevered structure, this incredibly sleek creation was all dramatic glass and sweeping curves. Softening the sharpness of its ultra-modern design were water fountains spraying jets into the cool air.

    Words: Beverly Rodrigues

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