I know there are some examples of manifolds which don't admit a PL structure (combinatorial triangulation), and that it has been recently proven that in dimension $n\geq5$ there are manifold which are not triangulable (i.e. which are not homeomorphic to a simplicial complex).

As far as I understand, in dimension $4$ the two concept (triangulable and PL) should coincide, while in dimension $n\geq 5$ they are different.

The only examples of non-combinatorial triangulations I have encountered are double suspensions of homology spheres (which are homeomorphic to spheres): so in that case there is a topological manifold which admit *also* non-combinatorial triangulations.

I was wondering if there are examples of topological manifolds which admit triangulations, but *none of them* is combinatorial.