From 24 July 2020 until 6 September 2020, the world’s attention diverts to Tokyo, Japan for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, which will increase Tokyo’s – including Japan’s – appeal as one of the world’s leading destination cities. Tokyo, home to 35 million residents, aims to welcome 10 million international visitors annually, and the Games is an excellent platform to help Tokyo in reaching that target.
The city of Solo, formally addressed as Surakarta, is an off-shoot of the Mataram Sultanate and was founded almost three hundred years ago. It is small in scale but big in culture and heritage, ideal for a relaxing getaway.
Gaziantep sits within Turkey’s South East region that has been trading with many nations and civilisations since ancient times, receiving products and influences from East and West that enrich its culinary traditions and techniques.
Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur is a multiple award-winning, family-friendly staycation destination that weary urbanites seek due to its high service standards delivered by highly attentive staff, memorable dining, well maintained rooms and reliable facilities!
Being merely 45 minutes’ drive away from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Sunway Putra Hotel is a value-for-money five-star hotel that forms part of the Sunway Putra integrated mixed-use development.
Standing 13 storeys above Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, an award-winning six-storey shopping centre, Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur Managed by Banyan Tree is strategically located in Bukit Bintang, Malaysia’s major hotspot for shopping, dining and nightlife.
With the theme ‘Dari Dapur Ummi‘ (‘From Mum’s Kitchen’), Sunway Putra Hotel Kuala Lumpur presents delicious spread for iftar (breaking of fast) beginning 6 May 2019 until 4 June 2019 at the hotel’s Coffee House on Level 9, in conjunction with the month of Ramadan (Muslim fasting month). Award-winning Executive Chef Rossham Rosli and his brigade of culinary experts has created irresistible buffet menu comprising signature must-haves such as barbecued lamb; chicken and beef satay; seabass, butter fish and red snapper cooked in flavourful asam pedas (sour and spicy) gravy; varieties of sushi; bone marrow soup; and traditional kuih (Malaysian bite-sized snacks and delicacies). The spread also includes selections of kerabu (mixture of Malay salad and herbs), including raw local vegetables, rojak, […]
The recently opened 276-key Renaissance Bengaluru Race Course Hotel is a confident and contemporarily opulent five-star deluxe hotel located in Bengaluru (formerly called Bangalore), the capital of Karnataka state and the Silicon Valley of India.
Opened since 2016, Four Points by Sheraton Bandung is one of the preferred properties among domestic and international (particularly Asian) travellers who seek homely accommodation in Bandung minus the fuss and non-functional embellishments.
The largest annual business-to-business (B2B) travel event in Cambodia called Cambodia Travel Mart (CTM) 2018 was held in Phnom Penh from 11 until 13 October 2018 at Diamond Island Convention & Exhibition Centre, involving 130 buyers and 22 international media representatives, including travel and tourism industry affiliates.
Located thirty-five kilometres east of Bali lies the island of Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara province, which is an accessible-yet-not-crowded piece of heaven, wooing travellers near and far to its gorgeous sandy beaches with luminous blue waters, majestic Mount Rinjani, unique local culture and crafts.
Remarkably open towards foreigners and Muslim-friendly with excellent infrastructure and high quality of life, Taiwan leaves travellers impressed. Fast shedding its underrated status, tourism-wise, Taiwan deserves more attention than just being a high technology manufacturing and logistics hub in Asia.
Opened since 1993, the all-villa Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay is a global standard bearer for tropical luxury. This exclusive resort, with its dreamy village-like atmosphere set on a hilly sea-side terrain is supported by highly experienced and competent staff who deliver exceptional service in a genuinely heartfelt manner.
Because Bali is only 33 minutes’ flight from Lombok, one hour and 50 minutes from Jakarta, three hours from Kuala Lumpur and two hours and 45 minutes from Singapore, the island is ideal for incredibly short getaways from any point in South East Asia (including northern parts of Australia).