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Two Chic New Bars Arise in Ho Chi Minh CityThe newcomers Chill and Blanchy's Tash add spice—and entertaining views—to the nightlife in Vietnam's southern city.
Moscow Attractions: the Bolshoi Is Back, BabyThe famous theater has reopened after a six-year restoration (and acoustical re-engineering) involving close to US$700 million.
Tel Aviv Attractions: Playing All the AnglesThe Tel Aviv Museum of Art gets a bold new extension housing a comprehensive collection of modern Israeli works.
Amsterdam Must-See: Conservatorium HotelIn Amsterdam’s Oud Zuid museum quarter, the Conservatorium Hotel looks set to hit all the right notes with its December debut.
New York: Hotel Williamsburg Opens in BrooklynBilling itself as Brooklyn’s first 'full-service urban resort boutique hotel,' this joint has all the makings of a hipster magnet. Nice views of Manhattan, too.
Hangzhou Hotels: the Angsana OpensThe new property features a rooftop pool and hot tub and is located just outside the Xixi National Wetland Park.
Cambodia Travel: Song Saa Private IslandWith hatch-roofed villas on stilts above azure waters, it looks like the Maldives. But it's actually Cambodia’s first five-star island getaway.
Bangkok Hotel Scene: Enter Aloft and Sofitel SOMaking their Southeast Asian debut, two next-generation urban hotel brands are bringing their crisp, tech-savvy vibe to the Thai capital.
Milan Hotels: Armani Brings It HomeHis country’s political crisis didn’t stop Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani from launching the Armani Hotel Milano.
Australia Travel: Exploring TasmaniaFrom the transcendental beauty of its central highlands to the historic vibe of Hobart, Tasmania abounds with attractions. An added bonus: the world's cleanest air.
Beijing Nightlife: Hutong Hide-awaysThe regeneration of Beijing’s old hutong alleyways is ushering in a new wave of drinking venues.
Bangkok Restaurants: the Top Spots for ThaiFrom jungle curry to oyster omelets and everything in between, where to find the best of Thai food in the City of Angels.
Myanmar Travel: Yangon’s Bygone AllureA growing sense of optimism only adds to the time-warp appeal of one of Southeast Asia’s most underappreciated destinations.
California Travel: A San Francisco State of MindNever mind the forgotten promises of gold dust, flower power, and dot-com wealth. San Francisco’s real riches are anything but ephemeral.
The Luxe List 2011The Luxe List 2011 profiles 36 new hotels and resorts around the Asia-Pacfic region that excel when it comes to style and ambience.