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World goes Gaga as Hotels.com Imagines Iconic Hotel Rooms Through the eyes of Little Monsters

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World goes Gaga as Hotels.com Imagines Iconic Hotel Rooms Through the eyes of Little Monsters

KUALA LUMPUR: What a time to be Lady Gaga. In the last year, the pop legend has starred in a box office hit, released a record-breaking album that gave her the most chart-toppers of any female artist this decade and chalked up numerous award accolades, including six award nominations. The star has also continued her momentous trajectory establishing herself as the world’s most iconic style-setter, with looks ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime. It’s not just the clothes she wears, even the hotels she graces are feeling the effect. As she kicks off her residency at the Park MGM Las Vegas, Hotels.com reveals a 100% increase in searches since the residence started, compared to an average boom of 40% for other Las Vegas hotels […]

7 Places to Visit If You Love Halloween

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7 Places to Visit If You Love Halloween

The beginning of October usually means two things: it is either Christmas being only two months away or Halloween! For those who love the spirit of Halloween and mysticism of the paranormal, here are seven places you can go for that horrifically satisfying experience! 

Hola Mexico!- Part III : Colours, Spices and Joy

Mexico

Hola Mexico!- Part III : Colours, Spices and Joy

If we were to use colours to measure Mexico, the measuring chart would explode with bright, vibrant, exciting hues!

Hola Mexico- Part II

Mexico

Hola Mexico- Part II

In last post, I began my journey in Mexico City then heading outwards to the Teotihuacan Pyramids, the magical town of Puebla and Oaxaca, the state that has a great number of different ethnicities. Throughout the way, I learned a great deal about the people of Mexico, the charms of its small towns and impressive UNESCO heritage sites. Follow me as again as I continue to Chiapas, Merida, Tulum, and Playa del Carmen.   Chiapas It took me eleven hours on bus from Oaxaca to San Cristobal de Las Casas, a town located in the Central Highlands, considered as the cultural capital of Chiapas. The climate here is colder than Mexico City and can get as low as -8 degree Celsius especially […]

Hola Mexico! – Part 1

Mexico

Hola Mexico! – Part 1

My journey in Mexico brought me from the Federal District of Mexico City to the south, where I discovered Puebla, Oaxaca and ended in Yucatan Peninsula. It was really an eye-opening experience, whereby I stopped by at Chiapas, Palenque, Merida, Tulum and Playa del Carmen, along the way culminating in Cancun.

Issue 11.3 – Eat Well, Travel Often

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Issue 11.3 – Eat Well, Travel Often

It in interesting to see that despite the economic slowdown and evident cost-cutting measures in place, the public’s appetite in travelling, as well as delicious food, remains resilient.

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