6 Easter Sunday Brunch Spots to Choose From – Singapore

6 Easter Sunday Brunch Spots to Choose From – Singapore

Easter Garden Party at Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa Celebrate Easter 2015 at the Easter Garden Party at Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa Singapore. Dig into a large buffet spread of freshly shucked deep-sea French oysters, king crab legs, crayfish, scallops, prawns, barbecue and grills. End your meal with an array of desserts, including assorted French artisan cheeses. Kids will enjoy fun […]

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4 Unforgettable Sights to Visit in Guatemala

4 Unforgettable Sights to Visit in Guatemala

Guatemala’s Most Unforgettable Sights After spending a month in Guatemala I’ve seen some pretty unforgettable places. Guatemala has a lot to offer the traveller, from coastal beaches to jungles, volcanoes and mind blowing Mayan Ruins. Here’s a list of my most memorable stops: Semuc Champey Semuc Champey is a display of how alluring mother nature can be. Here, limestone forms a natural bridge with a […]

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Raffles Jakarta Opens its Doors

Raffles Jakarta Opens its Doors

17 March 2015 Raffles Jakarta has opened its doors in the commercial hub of Kuningan. The hotel is linked to the new Ciputra Artpreneur Centre, a landmark development dedicated to the celebration of art and theatre. The hotel’s 173 rooms and suites are some of the largest in Jakarta and boast floor to ceiling windows. The hotel will house a […]

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Where to Eat, Drink, Stay and Explore in Kuala Lumpur

Where to Eat, Drink, Stay and Explore in Kuala Lumpur

Explore – Batu Caves Just outside of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves can easily be accessed by taxi, train or bus. A visit to this Hindu shrine will bring you to a limestone hill with a series of caves and temples inside and a 42 meter/140ft high statue of Murgugan (which is the world’s tallest) outside. Climb the many steps with monkeys along […]

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Exploring Yogyakarta from The Phoenix Hotel

Exploring Yogyakarta from The Phoenix Hotel

Yogyakarta, Indonesia is a truly magical city where the past blends seamlessly with the present. Bicycle taxis and horse pulled carts are still a common mode of transport, not just a novelty for tourists. Traditional garments are worn on the streets by grandmas as are the latest fashions by the university students the city is populated by. It’s a hint […]

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Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam and the City’s Top Sights

Sir Albert Hotel Amsterdam and the City’s Top Sights

European City Challenge (ECC2015) Continues After starting my European City Challenge in Amsterdam’s city centre, I then moved to the lively multicultural area of De Pijp. The neighbourhood is jam packed with students, ex-pats, artists and yuppy media types. Sounds like my kind of place. Right smack in the middle of it all is The Sir Albert Hotel. From here […]

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European City Challenge Starts in Amsterdam at The Mövenpick Hotel

European City Challenge Starts in Amsterdam at The Mövenpick Hotel

European City Challenge 2015 (ECC2015) Begins After deciding I was going to embark on a European city challenge in 2015 – visiting 1 European city a month in the year- the hardest part was cherry picking where I would go to first. I knew it had to be somewhere big and bold, with lots of character, history & charm. I didn’t […]

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5 Not to Miss Spots in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

5 Not to Miss Spots in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Isla Mujeres Located just a short 30 minute boat ride from Cancun this small Island makes for a great alternative to hard hitting Cancun. Isla Mujeres or Island of Women in English is only 7kms long and has beautiful white sand beaches and shallow turquoise waters.  Playa Norte is where most of the action is, here you can hire beach […]

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