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Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia December 2018

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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feasts fit for royalty

There’s so much culinary ground to cover in Macao, a weekend is definitely way too short. From local diners that have been around for generations to private kitchens to internationally acclaimed fine dining, Macao has it all.There are plenty of white-tablecloth restaurants to choose from: Start with the slew of leaders in French gastronomy. Add in pan-Asian heroes like Shinji by Kanasaka—the Michelin two-starred Tokyo sushi master. Take note that the best Italian in town is at Michelin one-starred Otto e Mezzo by Bombana, younger sibling of the Michelin three-starred spot in Hong Kong.Last year, Macao was named a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, and it’s little wonder, with all the Michelin and Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants winners. In fact, the city hosted the latter’s awards ceremony this year and will…

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dining in macao

The citrusy Nikkei cebiche at Aji.Chef Mitsuharu Tsumura.MGM CotaiMGM Cotai opened this year with 10 restaurants and bars under its stunning skylight roof, including some standouts from headlining chefs: Grill 58 by Michelin two-starred Mauro Colagreco of Mirazur in France (also No. 4 on the World’s 50 Best list); all-day dining Coast by celebrity chef Graham Elliot bringing the flavors of California to Macao; and desserts by Janice Wong. And Aji is a delicious mix of Japanese and Peruvian flavors from chef Mitsuharu Tsumura of Maido restaurant in Lima, which sits at No. 7 on the World’s 50 Best list.Ispahan at Pierre Hermé LoungeMorpheusThe latest opening on the Cotai strip, Morpheus hotel has a Pierre Hermé Lounge serving both savories and sweets. The pastry maestro was named World’s Best Pastry…

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inspired stories

A timeless experience in the heart of Laos’ cherished cultural centre, 3 Nagas Luang Prabang promises a journey through history. Surrounded by lush, wooded hills at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers, the hotel embodies a touch of mythological lure, with ‘nagas’ being fabled serpent spirits protecting the ancient town. The property’s elegant beauty is enhanced with exotic wood flooring, traditional ‘torchis’ walls and clay roof tiles. Its three refurbished homes, each over 100 years old, mark the bygone colonial era of Luang Prabang, blending vintage French architecture and classic Lao design. The Lamache House, shaded by mango trees, and the Khamboua House offer just 12 Deluxe Rooms and 3 Executive Suites, each well-appointed and complimented by a private terrace or balcony with postcard-perfect views. Located on…

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vote for your travel favorites

Dear Travel+Leisure Southeast Asia readers,We trust you. We trust your judgement. That’s why we want you to rate our global travel experiences for us, in the Travel+Leisure World’s Best Awards, now through March 4, 2019. These awards are recognized as travel’s highest honor, so it’s time to give back to those hotels, resorts, cities, airlines, cruise lines and destinations you love the most. Readers of all global editions of Travel+Leisure will participate in the awards, so this is your chance for Southeast Asia’s voice to be heard.So visit TLWorldsBest.com/intl and tell us exactly what you think. The full global results will be published in our August issue. ■…

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(IAN LLOYD NEUBAUER)(SCOTT A. WOODWARD (2))THIS MONTH ON TRAVELANDLEISUREASIA.COMVISIT THIS UN SPOILED THAI ISLAND BEFORE WORD GETS OUTUnmarred by mass tourism, Koh Mook in Thailand’s south offers stunning scenery and a laid-back vibe.SIX SENSES LAUNCHED IN SINGAPORE AND IT IS A STUNNERThe luxury brand best known for wellness-focused resorts in remote locales is bringing the same ethos to the city.THIS INDONESIAN ECO-RESORT IS A GAME-CHANGERTake a green getaway to Bawah, an all-inclusive private-island resort 90 minutes from Singapore.DOWNLOAD UST+L TABLET EDITIONSAvailable on iOS, Android, Win 8 and Zinio Desktop Reader.FOLLOW USTWITTER.COM/TRAVLEISUREASIAFACEBOOK.COM/TRAVELLEISUREASIAPINTEREST.COM/TRAVLEISUREASIAINSTAGRAM.COM/TRAVELANDLEISUREASIAKEEP UP WITH USSign up for our newsletter for monthly highlights and offers from T+L Southeast Asia.TANDL.ASIA/NEWSLETTERCONTACT USTLEDITOR@MEDIATRANSASIA.COM ■…

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(COURTESY OF ADAM H. GRAHAM)1 Adam H. GrahamWRITER“Winter, Winter Everywhere”Page 86Graham, who usually skis at charming Swiss resort Leinzerheide, a Roger Federer favorite, explores Japan’s slopes beyond Niseko. One way snow culture here differs from in the West: “the skiers shred the catwalks, while the blue trails are peppered with cautious new snowboarders.” His post-ski soak is a favorite indulgence. “The bare bones, open-air Hirauchi Kaichu Onsen on the island of Yakushima, which inspired anime classic Princess Mononoke, is in the ocean in a makeshift rockpool, with crashing waves in reach, and only accessibly for two hours at low tide. #OnlyInJapan.” Instagram: @adamgraham.(COURTESY OF L INDY ALEXANDER)2 Lindy AlexanderWRITER“A Home Among the Gum Trees”Page 33In South Yarra, “a little oasis of green next to Melbourne with great shopping and dining,”…