5 Design-Centric Hotels in Amsterdam To Inspire You

5 Design-Centric Hotels in Amsterdam To Inspire You

Conservatorium Located in Museum Square, Conservatorium is a hot spot for sophisticated, design-savvy travellers. Contemporary design of clean lines and modern Italian furniture contrasts the heritage building it’s housed in. Opened in 2011, the interiors were done by interior designer Piero Lissoni. Check rates for Conservatorium Andaz Amsterdam Preinsengracht Set on the site of the former Public Library on the Prinsengracht […]

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Florence in Photos

Florence in Photos

A walk around the charming Italian city of Florence brings you past Renaissance style architecture and the beautiful people that inhabit the city. Besides taking in the sights, take the time to taste the flavours especially the gelato!

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10 Things to do in Bali Beyond Kuta and Seminyak

"TanahLot 2014" by James Mason-Hudson - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:TanahLot_2014.JPG#/media/File:TanahLot_2014.JPG

The majority of visitors to Bali, Indonesia stay in and stick to the area around Kuta and Seminyak as well as the resort area of Nusa Dua. But there is some much more to see and do in Bali. Don’t miss out on these 10 great things to do in Bali beyond the tourist centres. Kecak Dance In the Uluwatu temple perched […]

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Hotel Royal Hoi An Opens in One of Vietnam’s Most Charming Cities

Hotel Royal Hoi An Opens in One of Vietnam’s Most Charming Cities

2 April 2015 A new MGallery Collection hotel has opened in Vietnam’s charming city of Hoi An. Hotel Royal Hoi An, stays true to the theme of MGallery Collection of hotels, by displaying it’s distinct style and story. Influence by the 16th century romantic legend between the Japanese merchant Sotaro Araki and Vietnamese princess Ngoc Hoa who fell in love and married before moving […]

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Hamburg, Germany – Top Tables, a Design Hotel and the Red Light District

Hamburg, Germany – Top Tables, a Design Hotel and the Red Light District

Hamburg is the EU’s largest non-capital city and the second largest city in Germany. Its egg shaped center makes getting around by foot or by public transport a doddle. We knew going to Hamburg in February was a bold move. The UK is cold enough this time of year, but Germany is like an icebox. Wearing as many layers as […]

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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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7 Easy Weekend Getaways From Singapore That Don’t Require Hopping On a Plane

7 Easy Weekend Getaways From Singapore That Don’t Require Hopping On a Plane

Malacca – Food and Culture Getway A UNESCO World Heritage site and a historic port city in Malaysia, Malacca draws crowds with promises of mouthwatering food, unique architecture and a rich heritage. Less than a 4 hour drive or coach ride from Singapore, Malacca is a close by getaway that’s perfect for a short weekend trip. Look out for Jonker’s Walk […]

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