Travel photographer Len Kaufman is famed for the dramatic images he’s made in 92 countries. His advertising photography has been featured by cruise lines, airlines, and tourism destinations around the world. His works have also appeared in a wide variety of major U.S. publications, including Travel + Leisure, Travel
By Steve Jermanok It was late afternoon, and the crowds were thinning out when we reached our first stop in Busan, the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple. First built in 1376, the impressive Buddhist shrine is carved in the cliffs overlooking Busan’s East Bay. Walking up and down the trails that line
Words & images by Deborah Loeb Bohren When I travel somewhere new, I like to immerse myself in the local cuisine to get my bearings. My preference is for small, out-of-the-way places without a tourist in sight. But in cities like Tokyo — with over 13 million residents, 1,000 train
By Scott Stone From an early age I was fascinated by the Silk Road. It was Sunday night and that meant “Gracious Evening.” Mom would prepare a special dinner, and us kids would dress nicely and behave with best manners. But before mom served the food, she would lead a
By Jeanne Muchnick I never expected to come back from Seoul raving about its markets and coffee shops but that’s exactly what happened. Yes, there’s history and yes there’s cool “must see” palaces (put Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung on your list!), but what really struck me were the street markets hawking
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by Mark A. Thompson In the pale light of the tropical night, I slipped into the room. A ceiling fan purred the warm air. Outside on the terrace, palm fronds rustled and parted to reveal: a swimming pool illuminated blue on the manicured lawn two floors below. No one floating