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Quiz: Name That Taxi's Hometown

Heart-stopping taxi rides are universal, but the cars themselves? Not so much. See if you can pair these hacks with their hometowns.

Kuala Lumpur's Renaissance

Beneath Kuala Lumpur's Blade Runner surface, a multicultural population is coming to terms with new wealth, religious diversity, and the aftermath of colonialism. Revisit a...

A New Era for Kuala Lumpur

World's fairs were once extravagant showcases for cultural diversity and for new inventions—not to mention national pride. Luke Barr travels to Aichi, Japan, to see...

Guess Where? Gold Statue

Do you know where this enormous golden statue is? Log in and leave your guesses below.

T+L Airport Survey 2011: Methodology

An online survey, developed by the editors of Travel + Leisure, appeared on travelandleisure.com from September 27, 2010, to August 1, 2011. Respondents were asked...

World's Most Classic Breakfasts

The most important meal of the day is also a window onto local cuisine. T+L takes a look at the most classic breakfasts from around...

Editor’s Note | December 2011

As I write these words, I’ve just boarded a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok during an intensive jaunt through Asia that has inspired some...

World's Most Beautiful Train Stations

There’s more to admire than the passing scenery. Have your camera ready when you pull into these beautiful train stations.

Airport Review: Copenhagen

At Copenhagen’s CPH Go terminal, efficiency is elevated to an art form.

Best Affordable Beach Resorts 2011

Looking for a great escape without breaking the bank? Here, affordable beach getaways from Florida to Greece.
HOTELS

Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur

Located at the convergence of the Gombak and Klang rivers, this 365-room property is nestled in KL's financial hub. Guest rooms are outfitted with warm, earth-toned carpets, luxurious featherbeds, and... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Coliseum Theater

Original Debut: Built in 1921 by Chua Cheng Bok, a Chinese immigrant who’d worked himself to riches in the Malaysian tin mines, the Art Deco–style theater had an interior meant to mimic... more ›


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