Thailand Regains Its Footing

Posted on June 18th, 2014

On the morning of May 22, the army of the Kingdom of Thailand staged a coup d’etat against a transitional government that had ruled the country for about six months, declaring that Thailand would henceforth be governed by a junta.

Eye on the World: Thailand

Posted on June 9th, 2014

Recommend’s Asia/South Pacific Editor just returned from Thailand, where he attended Thailand Travel Mart Plus and visited Koh Samui. Take in the cultural beauty of Thailand through these images in Eye on the World: Thailand.

Okinawa to visit is to love it

Posted on March 3rd, 2014

Old Japanese poets, in their penchant for imagery, wrote that if Japan is a pearl necklace, then Okinawa is its pendant.

Bhutan, The Eternal Kingdom Beckons

Posted on November 7th, 2013

Bhutan is the real deal, a Shangri-la full of mysteries, with mountains, monasteries, exceptional culture and an alluring aura that make this formerly closed-off country so intriguing to travelers.

Tasmania, A Devilish Destination

Posted on November 7th, 2013

Tasmania, the island long thought of as Australia’s gawky little sister, is rapidly making headway into becoming the destination of choice for those who want to experience a place that beckons with an atmosphere of remoteness.

Eye on the World: Macau

Posted on October 21st, 2013

Recommend’s Asia/South Pacific editor is exploring the former Portuguese colony of Macau, a city in China known for its casinos, capturing daily life through his photographic lens.