Where time stops

From majestic ancient ruins to hole-in-the-wall eateries, Myanmar offers an inimitable charm that eludes other Asian countries.

Loco Amigos in Mexico

There’s no better way to make sense of Mexico’s Europe-influenced Mesoamerican cuisine than by visiting the colourful capital city. Jason Jones navigates the bustling streets to find both fine dining and casual fare, and also flies to Guadalajara to take a lesson in tequila-distilling.

Water of life

In search of uisge, or whisky, in the distilleries of the rugged northern Scottish Highlands, a discovery is made about the poetic landscape that gave rise to golf, tartan and haggis.

A spirited New Year’s Eve in Jakarta

The Union Group’s establishments will be throwing extravagant parties to usher in 2016 with a bang.

She’s a beauty

There is not much sand, but Capri sparkles with plenty of sunshine, shopping and delicious seafood. Low Shi Ping susses out the dreamy isle.

Charming beyond words

10 reasons why India should be your next travel destination.

A weekend with Wan & Will at E&O Jakarta

The flamboyant Malaysian chef Wan and the ‘Streetfood Chef’ Will Meyrick are two of Asia’s most celebrated culinary masters, so grab the chance to see both Wan and Meyrick donning their chef whites, rolling up their sleeves and creating flavours together.

Welcome to the Japanese tropics

Discover Japan’s subtropical alter ego, a bunch of pretty islands with swaying palm trees and white sandy beaches – perfect for a true dose of rest and relaxation.

The effervescence of France

A long weekend in Champagne and Paris is filled with boutique luxury, gastronomic sensations and the sparkle of fine wine. epicure’s wine editor June Lee shares the experience à la française as she gains access to some of the most coveted experiences in town.



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