TIME.com explores the most exotic, beautiful and interesting getaways

  • Porsche's Auto Exotica

    Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009

    With its new museum in Stuttgart finally open, Porsche can show off its best assets in style

  • Harlem's Big Apple Surprise

    Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009

    A New York neighborhood on the up, Harlem is fast becoming a dining hot spot

  • Plane Luxury at Farnborough Airport

    Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009

    Farnborough's Aviator could be the world's most alluring airport hotel

  • The Revival of Beaujolais

    Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009

    A new generation of artisan winemakers is intent on fixing Beaujolais' bruised reputation

  • Thailand's Wild East

    Thursday, Feb. 05, 2009

    Ranches. Stetsons. Steak. It must be Thailand's Khao Yai reserve

  • Mao's Hometown

    Thursday, Feb. 05, 2009

    Visit Shaoshan, in China's Hunan province, where a museum, library and ersatz 1960s communal farm are dedicated to the founder of the People's Republic

  • A Hidden Gem in West Java

    Thursday, Feb. 05, 2009

    A 90-year-old Dutch colonial home in the backstreets of West Java's Bandung houses Wind Chime, a new restaurant whose tables are the most sought after in town

  • Manila Through the Eyes of F. Sionil José

    Thursday, Feb. 05, 2009

    Wind through the streets of the Philippines' capital as described in famed Rosales novels of F. Sionil José

  • A Way with Water in Budapest

    Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009

    A Budapest hotel brings cutting-edge design to the Danube's historic riverbank

  • The New Best Restaurant in Asia

    Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009

    The cozy 38-seat Iggy's in Singapore recently won the highest accolade from the new Miele guide, Asia's answer to the Michelin

  • Tapas: Bite-Size Beauties

    Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009

    The streets of San Sebastian are lined with places serving one delectable nibble after another

  • Global Jukebox

    Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009

    Not sure which Internet radio to get? Here's some sound advice on three of the best

  • Venice's Party Colors

    Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009

    Venice's annual Carnival is the perfect excuse to explore the city's sumptuous side

  • Hong Kong, Noble House Style

    Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009

    See China's international city through the TV epic of 1980s high finance, Noble House

  • A Greener Education in Bali

    Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009

    Next time you're in Bali, stop by the Green School outside Ubud, a private elementary school where the environment is at the head of the class

  • The Other Ellis Island

    Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009

    The San Francisco Bay's historic Angel Island Immigration Station, where over a million immigrants were processed last century, opens for tourists

  • Sweet Ride: Surfing in Liberia

    Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009

    A history of civil war can't keep surfers away from Liberia's wild waves

  • Majorca, an Island of Calm

    Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009

    Ease into long days of warm indolence at Majorca's Es Castell hotel

  • Storming the Teacup

    Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009

    London's Rare Tea Company sources and sells exclusive, uncommonly tasty teas from Asia and Africa

  • Liberty Belle: What's on in Philadelphia

    Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2009

    Its historic areas and attractions revamped, Philadelphia has become a capital of cool

  • Vintage Models: Chinese Women in Advertising

    Thursday, Jan. 08, 2009

    The changing role of women is the theme of a delightful exhibition of prewar

  • Walking the Talk with City Guides

    Thursday, Jan. 08, 2009

    The best city guide is still flesh and blood and gets around on two feet

  • High and Dry in Chile's Atacama Desert

    Thursday, Jan. 08, 2009

    Chile's Atacama Desert has become an unlikely favorite of affluent travelers

  • Monaco's Michelin-Starred Mix Master

    Thursday, Jan. 01, 2009

    Superchef Joël Robuchon goes Japanese with a new restaurant in Monaco

  • Edge of Extinction

    Thursday, Jan. 01, 2009

    Head to New York's F.S.C. for a shave with a Mammoth Razor

  • A New Course for Sörenstam

    Thursday, Jan. 01, 2009

    Annika Sörenstam, the best female golfer in history, quit the pro game in December. But the 38-year-old Swede isn't done with the sport yet. She wants to build a golf empire rivaling that of Jack Nicklaus

  • Change of a Dress

    Thursday, Jan. 01, 2009

    Sonia Rykiel tore up couture and remade it for the modern girl

  • Jakarta's Temple to Good Taste

    Thursday, Jan. 08, 2009

    Visit Jakarta's Buddha Bar for a Paris-like experience without the attitude

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