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Travel news: Asia is reopening, and so are its coolest neighborhoods

(CNN) — Travel this week: Some of Asia’s destinations with the strictest Covid policies are finally reopening, and our annual ranking of the coolest regions in the world will inspire your vacation plans ahead. new winner.

the hippest hood

Time Out has released its annual list of the coolest neighborhoods in the world.

Colonia Americana in Guadalajara, Mexico is the epicenter of cool in the world and in North America.

Time Out’s James Manning said the district is “home to a creative community that pushes boundaries, an ever-growing number of great places to eat, and some of the best nightlife in the Western Hemisphere.”

The eclectic group also includes Montreal’s classic foodie district, Siem Reap’s emerging neighborhood at the foot of the temples, and England’s seaside arts capital.

Find out if it’s your own city, or future vacation destination. made a cut.
If you want to know more, Time Out also shares a list of the coolest streets in the world. Earlier this year.

The new “coolest district in the world” is located in Guadalajara, Mexico, the capital of the state of Jalisco.

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opening bell

It may look like a pandemic, but So There are still destinations that have been slow to reopen for tourism last year, mainly in Asia.

These Covid-related restrictions will allow the Asia-Pacific region to lose the title As the world’s largest travel market.

But change is finally coming. Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan are finally welcoming visitors after more than two years of closure. . It’s China.

And on the topic of China…

32 flavors

What does it mean when you say, “I want Chinese food tonight”?

China has about 20 provinces, not to mention regions and municipalities. So it all boils down to (pun intended)?

this Chinese food guide It includes 32 must-try dishes, from Cantonese-style steamed fish to Teochew’s best cold crabs to Nanjing’s famous duck blood soup. You can spend your whole life eating and never try new things.

Downside: China is still mostly closed to tourists. The good: The doors of the nearest Chinese restaurant are open.

Stanley Tucci talks with Christian Amanpour about his time in Calabria, his ancestral home and his upcoming film. An all-new episode of “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” airs Sunday at 9:00 PM ET.

taste the world

It’s impossible not to watch CNN’s “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” (Sunday 9pm ET) and not plan a big Italian feast.

Calabria’s mouth-watering destinations include La Collinetta in the mountain town of Martone, where lamb is cooked in moist clay. His Il Principe di Scilla, a family business that specializes in Calabrian swordfish. The Michelin-starred Kaffi’s is a signature dessert of charcoal-seasoned meringue, sliced ​​apples, and white his chocolate foam.

And food is only part of the show’s appeal.

The actor visited his family’s ancestral hometown, Marzi, Calabria. Nearly half of its residents share the surname Tucci. He told his CNN’s Christiane Amanpour about his experience sharing with his aging parents: It was “very moving”.

Intolerable

Katmai National Park in Alaska hosts an annual Fat Bear Week. You can vote for the bear you think represents obesity best in a March Madness style contest. Check out some of the top contenders.

The first few weeks of fall 2022 were rocked by an unexpected cheating scandal — competition fishing, Irish dance When chess Made all the headlines for allegations of unfair play.

And one of fall’s loveliest traditions, Alaska’s annual Fat Bear Week, wasn’t safe either.

The contest, which followed brown bears in Katmai National Park and Reserve as they emerge from hibernation, was inundated with suspicious spam votes.

To mark his victory, let’s all celebrate with a salmon dinner and a long nap.

For those who missed

Michelin has the latest guide to New York City.

To say that chili is important in New Mexico is an understatement.

You can rent a Ghostbusters fire station in Portland.

dining at altitude

But partners at CNN Underscored, the CNN-owned product review and recommendation guide, can keep you from eating a bland dinner at 35,000 feet.

With help from award-winning chef Nina Compton, they put together a list Items that can be carried on board This enhances the in-air dining experience.
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