The original island getaway, Phuket may be older, pricier and much less undiscovered these days, but it still has that special allure.
The pure-white beaches, psychedelic sunsets and aquamarine sea, they're all here, and Phuket continues to party in style.
Pull-out city map.
Full-colour, pocket-sized guidebook.
More coverage of Phuket Town.
It's a jungle out there! Borneo has some of the world's most wildliferich equatorial rainforests, incredible landscapes (above and below the waves) and rich indigenous culture. Special features include:
Diving Pulau Sipadan.
Cuisines of Borneo.
Northeast Asia is truly timeless, a place where ancient traditions are fused with modern life as if it were the most natural thing in the world. Special features include:
Choose your cruise.
History, landscapes and environment coverage.
Capitalising on its melting pot of cultures, Singapore is finally getting some spark, and is fast becoming one of Asia's hit-list destinations. Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of Singapore, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.
Lonely Planet Singapore is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Shop til you drop along Orchard Road, explore futuristic gardens and a world-class zoo, and sample some of the best hawker food in Asia; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Singapore and begin your journey now!
Special Plan Your Trek feature with planning, clothing and equipment information Coverage of Nepal's best treks in the Everest and Annapurna regions Extensive coverage of Kathmandu
Snow-dusted or sun-kissed steppe and taiga, the Gobi Desert and the Great Wall - the Trans-Siberian routes unite landscapes and experiences into the journey of a lifetime.
- Trans-Mongolian route.
- Trans-Manchurian route.
- Baikal-Amur Mainline.
- Moscow and Beijing.
Fully updated third edition of the all-in-one guide to travelling along the Silk Road from the Mediterranean Sea across Asia to China. Includes Syria, Turkey, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and China.
Ce mystérieux royaume du Bhoutan qui s'ouvre à peine au tourisme reste le paradis des trekkeurs, des amoureux d'une nature intacte et préservée, d'un peuple tout de gentillesse, d'édifices majestueux, les dzong, monastères forteresses où se perpétue cette culture singulière du bouddhisme tibétain, dans ce qu'elle a de plus sacré mais aussi de profane.
Includes coverage of Macau to reflect travel trends to this destination .
Neighbourhood structure for easy on-the-ground access to information .
Local life section for experiences beyond the key sights .
3D illustrations of top sights Aya Sofya and Topkapi Palace .
Tailored itineraries perfect for short trip travellers .
If You Like' section allows travellers to discover the city by interest .
Pull-out map .
New Border Crossing planning feature, including an annotated map.
Comprehensive feature on community-based tourism.
New Visas & Permits planning section to explain the complicated processes for getting Central Asian visas.
Includes a history of the famous Silk Road .
Expanded planning sections .
Two new illustrated plans: Fatehpur Sikri (a daytrip from the Taj Mahal) and Mysore's Maharaja Palace, one of the grandest royal buildings in India .
Full colour section on culture .
Vastly improved maps help navigation .
Brand new tailored itineraries for varying trip lengths .
Over 100 colour pages .
Dedicated section on travelling China by train .
In-depth background information on China's art, architecture, people, cuisine, martial arts, religion and beliefs .
Beijing averages 4.4million international visitors per year.
Colour maps of key cities such as Bangkok, Hanoi, Siem Reap and Yangon.
Planning features include 'Off the Beaten Track' and 'Big Adventures, Small Budgets'.
Detailed information on visas and border crossings.
The world's bestselling guide to Southeast Asia .
For the first time, the Louis Vuitton City Guide team has touched down in Hong Kong and Macau, the two mythical cities on the Pearl River Delta whose unique characters have been forged through their centuries-old exchange with the West.
Superb hotels, Portuguese-style inns, extraordinary casinos, avant-garde galleries, hi-tech spas, bespoke tailors, authentic dim sum restaurants, and sacred sites: through 500 addresses, handpicked with flair and discernment, these urbane, surprising, and informationpacked portraits reveal the essence of the two cities. Equipped with easy-to-use maps, the guide unlocks the cities' secrets for discerning travelers and intrepid insiders alike.
- Includes full-colour floor plan of Chatuchak Weekend Market, the essential shopping destination.
- Top sights coverage of Wat Pho, Grand Palace, Ayuthaya and more.
- Bite-sized information, and neighbourhood structure makes the guidebook. easier to use, and the city more accessible .
- Includes pull-out map.
With more Michelin starred restaurants than any other city in the world, Tokyo is now regarded as the global gourmet capital.
Endowed with 110 years of experience in the world of gastronomy, the Michelin guide has a strong commitment to professionalism and independence. For this 3rd Edition, the Michelin inspectors, have once again combed Tokyo anonymously and made their recommendation of the best restaurants the city has to offer. It will help you discover the treasures of Japanese and international gastronomy in Tokyo. Michelin guide Tokyo also includes a selection of hotels in all price ranges and colorful maps to make locating recommended places easy.