Things to consider when choosing a place to stay in Hong Kong

Panning to visit Hong Kong? There are numerous destinations where you can spend your quality time. However, picking the best place that perfectly suits your needs isn’t always a simple task. You’ll need to take into consideration the following aspects so as to land an excellent option: Location Being a densely populated city, Hong Kong

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Time for Taiwan

Uncover the secret beauty of Taiwan with its surprising blend of modernity and tradition Our week in Taiwan seemed to come and go in a flash. Both Vince and I have been excited to visit the country for a while, having heard great things from friends who had already been. As it was a holiday, we

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Nurtured by Nature at Alila Villas Koh Russey

Alila Villas Koh Russey isn’t just about the destination, spectacular as it is, a pristine island playground just minutes off Cambodia’s southern coast. It’s equally about the Alila lifestyle, effortlessly chic yet casual, where luxury isn’t defined by the odd perk here and there but rather is a state of being. We touch down at

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Escaping to Six Senses Krabey Island

Most of us can only imagine what owning our own island getaway would feel like. Walking deserted beaches. Letting the sun and the tides tell time. Literally leaving the world in your wake. For a taste of an island escape, we head to the brand-new Six Senses Krabey Island, located on its own 30-acre island

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Welcome to the Club

A “resort within a resort” at InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort A small, tropical island getaway less than an hour from Ho Chi Minh City, Phu Quoc has for years been groomed as Vietnam’s next “It” destination. Shedding its reputation as a backwater hideaway, the emerald isle has emerged as a bona fide destination

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Footsteps in the Past

A self-guided walking tour of Prague’s turbulent past Modern Prague contains few obvious reminders of the 41 years Czechia spent as a communist state. Go on a walking tour of the city to discover what is left of this turbulent period: from brutalist architecture to haunting memorials to victims of the regime. In the fairytale

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Goa with the Kids

A visit to these beaches will get your children a step closer to the sun and the sand Rewind back even just to the beginning of the ‘90s and you didn’t see many children on the beach here in Goa—but now traveling has become so much easier and hotels and restaurants welcome families with open

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V for Valencia

Better beaches than Barcelona, more picturesque than Madrid, and less visited than both Valencia bakes in the sun by day, smells of oranges at night and burns entirely once a year, during the world-renowned Las Fallas Festival, the city’s most important holiday—when the noise of fireworks and the stink of gunpowder fill the air for several sleepless nights in March. Valencia, the third biggest

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A Peaceful Seaside Retreat Inspired by the Elegance of French Indochine

Just off the southern coast of Vietnam lies the paradise island of Phu Quoc. Blessed with a lush interior and some of Asia’s finest white-sand beaches, Phu Quoc is set to become Vietnam’s next luxury destination. Situated on this tropical gem just a 50-minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City is the luxe La Veranda

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Echoes of Asia in L.A.

For unparalleled diversity in Asian culture and Hollywood movie magic, Los Angeles is the place to be Some years ago I traveled to Taiwan and to save costs I stayed in a super cheap, somewhat dilapidated and terribly grimy guesthouse called Amigo, located in Taipei New City. There I struck up a friendship with an American couple, Jerami Johnson (JJ) and Michelle, who had come to try

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