Travelers to Sri Lanka will be stunned by the country’s rich architectural heritage, such as the Cultural Triangle – the crucible of early Sinhalese civilization – which began in the cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa where imposing monuments are a compelling reminder of a bygone age.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s historic capital and a booming urban landscape, is rooted in the past but blooming into an enviable dining and nightlife center.
The Strand has been an institution in Yangon since 1901, when the Sarkies Brothers turned the one time horse stable into one of Asia’s most luxurious colonial era hotels. The hotel is located in historic downtown Yangon facing the river on Strand Road.
Different environments inspire different accommodations. Sri Lanka has many distinctive choices all with legendary hospitality.
Thailand has a lot to offer visitors interested in European heritage in SE Asia. Kanchanaburi, Phuket and Chanthaburi all have hidden gems of history.
Perfectly located in the historical center of town, Villa Maydou comprises four beautifully renovated Lao traditional homes surrounded by gardens.
This charming new boutique hotel has a great location accessible to Mandalay and Bagan with an emphasis on peaceful seclusion in a rural village.
Despite never being colonized, there is European style architecture all over Thailand including Bangkok’s main train station and Thai “gingerbread houses.”
Three historical periods in Cambodia’s past inspired the architectural highlights of this country, arguably the most magnificent in Southeast Asia.
Colonial architecture meets Chinese pagoda. Modern skyscraper meet Old Quarter. Asian flavors meet French baguettes. Go local in Vietnam’s cities and see it all.