Shopping in Southeast Asia : Article
Plastic loaded and flats on feet? Experts tell Belinda Jackson where the bargains are in Asia.
In Bangkok, Leisa Tyler puts vintage clothing, emerging designers and luxurious trinkets on her shopping list.
Jane E. Fraser Negotiating the plethora of rules around carry-on liquids can leave a traveller in need of a drink.
Belinda Jackson visits the only shopping mall admitted to the UN ... or so the joke goes.
Smell the fakes, snap up the bargains then advance to genuine designer talent, writes Belinda Jackson.
It's hot, it's steamy ... just the weather to spend in an airconditioned super-mall that is this shop-mad city's specialty, writes Belinda Jackson.
It's little known in the West that three of the world's 10 largest malls can be found in the Philippines.
KRISTIE KELLAHAN Hop in a cab to Silom Road and discover one of the most colourful arteries of the Thai capital.
KRISTIE KELLAHAN In A city where locals think nothing of hailing a taxi for a two-block trip, you'll mark yourself out as a visitor by walking along Jalan Bukit Bintang. It's worth it, though.
Steve Williams gets closer than he'd like to a commuter train sharing the tracks with a local market.
Supermarkets are replacing Vietnam's traditional markets and hawkers, writes Sarah O'Bryan.
Warwick Stanley discovers why Australians are flocking to Malaysia's capital.
The Philippines capital is fast becoming a global centre of style. Debbie Hunter goes shopping.
Paul Willis threads his way through Asia and falls for the tailor-made clothing and handmade goods.
There's a very special place in Jakarta, known to pretty much everyone - except, it seems, the city's police. Adam Gartrell heads there.
Cheapskate Richard Tulloch stays in the Katong district at a bargain basement price.
Belinda Jackson finds no time for second thoughts on the busy streets of the Thai capital.