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TPS Sitting Sala

Improve your golf game through holistic treatments

After six months of renovation works, Thailand’s renowned wellness retreat ChivaSom has reopened its doors to wellness seekers from around the world, boasting freshly updated facilities and an all-new specialist…

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San Lorenzo Lodges by Giovanni De Sandre

Scandal in the papal apartment – Rome’s infamous room opens for stays

As the story goes, a 17th century Pope had an affair with his widowed sister-in-law, and their dalliances played out in a jaw-dropping baroque apartment spanning 350 square metres, replete…

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INK 360 bar at Intercontinental Phu Quoc, Vietnam

Indulge in bespoke cocktails in a nautical-themed skybar

The freshly opened Intercontinental Phu Quoc in Vietnam now has another claim to fame - it’s home to the highest bar on the island, a dramatic, avant-garde nightspot styled after…

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The Ritz London's culinary creations

The Ritz London Cookbook with Chef John Williams

There are several cookbooks each year that combine our love of food and travel, and The Ritz London: The Cookbook is one that has provided readers with an exclusive behind-the-scenes…

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Cook & Tras Social Library at Six Senses Maxwell, Singapore

Melding of tradition & modernity at the new Six Senses Maxwell

With the December opening of Six Senses Maxwell, this hotel along with its sister hotel, Six Senses Duxton, occupy two heritage buildings – bringing the exciting elements of luxury and…

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The bar is a study in old-world European elegance, with heavy mahogany mixed with rattan touches

Colonial-era Singapore meets old world European luxe

One of Europe’s oldest luxury hoteliers has opened its doors in Singapore’s historic Capitol Piazza, and while its accoutrements are unmistakably European - the hotel’s interiors are draped with decadent…

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The spacious Lagoon Suite offers great privacy if you’re traveling with family

Relive the time of emperors and dynasties

Scholars have waxed lyrical about Hangzhou’s West Lake for centuries, and with good reason. There are few landmarks in China that have received the kind of adoration and acclaim from…

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The Palace's sumptuous artworks are a callback to its history as a former palace

Lavish history meets sumptuous food in this restored Portuguese palace

Lisbon is undoubtedly one of Europe’s most charismatic and vibrant cities, with its rolling hills, the unmistakable pastel-coloured buildings in the old city, and the crash of the nearby coast…

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Makepeace Island's uniqueness doesn't just come from its name, but its elegant, natural shape

What is it with Richard Branson and private islands?

With a name like ‘Makepeace Island’, you can be sure that tranquillity and good vibes are the only thing you’ll be feeling on Richard Branson’s private island in Australia’s (also…

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Ross Island, Port Blair, Andaman And Nicobar by Crs Photo

Andaman and Nicobar Islands – perfectly secluded for the essential island escape

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are surrounded by the vast waterbodies of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. World Travel Partnership India’s eastern islands are a haven for…

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