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Travel + Leisure Southeast AsiaTravel + Leisure Southeast Asia

Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia August 2019

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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all the colors of macao

The mega event “Art Macao,” now being held across 48 different locations, includes a whopping 41 large-scale events. The festival of unprecedented scale aims to break spatial limitations, with the objective of introducing a new brand of cultural tourism of Macao. The main exhibition takes place at the Macao Museum of Art, including works contributed by the six participating hotels and integrated resorts. Opening the inaugural Art Macao festival, Dr. Alexis Tam, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture of the Macao Special Administrative Region Government, shares, “[Art Macao] brings together masterpieces by modern and contemporary artists from Macao, Mainland China and an array of countries. This citywide urban festivity with ongoing programs for half a year, May through October, will bring an immersive cultural atmosphere with the entire city as an art…

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contributors

1 Grace Ma WRITER “Rule Breaker” Page 80 “A meal at Zén, the new fine-diner in Singapore, is totally worth it. I can’t stop thinking about the binchotan-grilled kinmedai, exquisite petits fruits desserts, and rare sake. The experience compared favorably to the 20 courses I had at Stockholm’s Michelin two-starred Oaxen Krog—including a 200-year-old mahogany clam, and wooden crockery handmade by chefowner Magnus Ek. Another memorable meal was at the Kyubey sushi restaurant in Tokyo. The ingredients were so fresh that one of them—a prawn—hopped off the plate in a vain bid to get away.” Instagram: @littlehappyideas. 2 Duncan Forgan WRITER “An Angel’s Share” Page 28 “I’d tried Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique in Bangkok and loved it, so I was prepared for the quality of Taiwanese whisky. But I was a big fan of Omar’s Cask Strength Bourbon Aged variety.…

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on our watch

Hong Kong Surprisingly few know that there are four separate taxi fleets in the city: in the New Territories, the cars are green; they’re light blue on Lantau; while Hong Kong Island and Kowloon boast the ubiquitous red cabs. Both urban areas have specific taxi stands to cross the harbor, but if you’re hailing a car on the street, make a smooth dipping motion with your hand to indicate you want to travel via the tunnel. These days some drivers will cross the harbor to “the other side” but remember to factor in the toll in both directions. Bangkok Note that many drivers of Bangkok’s rainbow-hued taxi fleets are from outside the city and may need directions—so be sure to know exactly where you want to go, preferably written in Thai, and don’t…

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editor’s note

AT THE END OF A HECTIC WEEK, I went to the airport early. There’s only one place in the world where I would admit that—Singapore. Always-evolving Changi remains a favorite for many, although one of my carry-on-only friends detests the carpeted floors that slow wheeled luggage. Still our readers around the globe agree, yet again, as Singapore’s air terminal takes the top spot for airports in this year’s World’s Best Awards (page 51). My own reasons for checking in early were much more basic: I hadn’t had lunch or dinner and, on my own, combined both in a Nyonya feast for two at Violet Oon in Jewel, the latest addition to the airport. The retail complex is best known as an Instagram hit with its circular, indoor waterfall, but Changi’s…

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travel + leisure southeast asia

EDITOR -IN-CHIEF Christopher Kucway ART DIRECTOR Wannapha Nawayon DEPUTY EDITOR Jeninne Lee-St. John SENIOR DE SIGNER Chotika Sopitarchasak DIGITAL MEDIA EDITOR Veronica Inveen REGULAR CONTRIBUTORS / PHOTOGRAPHERS Cedric Arnold, Kit Yeng Chan, Marco Ferrarese, Duncan Forgan, Jenny Hewett, Lauryn Ishak, Grace Ma, Morgan Ommer, Aaron Joel Santos, Scott A. Woodward, Stephanie Zubiri CHAIRMAN J.S. Uberoi PRESIDENT Egasith Chotpakditrakul PUBLISHING DIRECTOR Rasina Uberoi-Bajaj PUBLISHER Robert Fernhout DIGITAL MEDIA MANAGER Pichayanee Kitsanayothin TRAFFIC MANAGER / DEPUTY DIGITAL MEDIA MANAGER Varin Kongmeng SALES DIRECTOR SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA Kin Kamarulzaman SALES DIRECTOR HONG KONG, MACAU, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES Leigha Proctor REGIONAL MANAGER THAILAND, VIETNAM, CAMBODIA, BURMA, MALDIVES Paul Adams CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Gaurav Kumar PRODUCTION MANAGER Nuttha Tangpetch CIRCULATION ASSISTANT Yupadee Saebea TRAVEL+LEISURE (USA) EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jacqueline Gifford SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLISHER Jay Meyer MEREDITH INTERNATIONAL, LICENSING & SYNDICATION (syndication@meredith.com) VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS AFFAIRS Tom Rowland EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LICENSING OPERATIONS Paul Ordonez SENIOR DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Wendy Zhang MANAGER, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Nicholas Arnold ASSISTANT MANAGER,…

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greet the day

Everything that makes our destinations enthralling is heightened at sunrise. In the enchanting stillness, the sun’s first rays gently warm the landscape. It’s a time of day we rarely get to savor in our frenetic lives. Belmond extends an enticing invitation to make the most of the morning with experiences in Southeast Asia, from a sunrise cruise on the Mekong river to a peaceful sunrise walk around Shwedagon Pagoda. SIEM REAP: SPELLBINDING SUNRISE OVER ANGKOR WAT Enjoy Angkor’s mystical jungle in blissful quiet on a dawn walk. Tread a tranquil route, away from the crowds, reaching Angkor Wat in time to watch the sun rise over the majestic temple. LUANG PRABANG: SPIRITUAL ENCOUNTERS AND SENSOR Y DISCOVERIES As dawn approaches, head into the town to participate in the traditional ritual of alms giving. Continue the immersion in…

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