New hotels: InterContinental Chiang Mai The Mae Ping, Jawakara Islands Maldives and more

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InterContinental Chiang Mai The Mae Ping

InterContinental Chiang Mai The Mae Ping, Thailand
Surrounded by Chiang Mai’s iconic landscapes and draped in greenery, InterContinental Chiang Mai The Mae Ping boasts 240 rooms and suites facing the old town or Doi Suthep mountain.

At its doorstep are a host of iconic landmarks such as Chiang Mai’s walking streets, the night bazaar and the historic Tha-Pae Gate dating back to the 13th century.

The hotel features restaurants and bars, spa, fitness centre, outdoor pool, and event venues.

Jawakara Islands Maldives

Jawakara Islands Maldives, the Maldives
Jawakara Islands Maldives is a 290-villa property offering restaurants, three bars, two spas, two infinity pools, a kids’ club, fitness centre, nine-hole golf course.

The resort is just 40 minutes by speedboat from Madivaru domestic airport in Lhaviyani Atoll or 35 minutes by seaplane from Malé International Airport.

Available activities include surfing, diving, motorised and non-motorised water sports, such as kite-surfing, kayaking, snorkelling and more.

Hyatt Place Johor Bahru Paradigm Mall

Hyatt Place Johor Bahru Paradigm Mall, Malaysia
The 202-room Hyatt Place Johor Bahru Paradigm Mall is attached to Paradigm Mall, the largest shopping mall in the Malaysian city, and offers F&B options, a fitness centre, and event venues.

The hotel is a 15-minute drive from Senai International airport, a 20-minute drive to Tuas Checkpoint Singapore, and a 25-minute drive to Woodlands checkpoint in Singapore.

Nearby are attractions like Legoland Malaysia, Johor Premium Outlets and the newly-built Stadium Sultan Ibrahim, home to the Johor Southern Tigers football team.

The Bus Collective

The Bus Collective, Singapore
Nestled in the heart of Changi Village in Singapore, The Bus Collective is South-east Asia’s first resort hotel using repurposed buses, which are retired public buses transformed into 20 elegant and eco-conscious luxury suites, boasting features like composite lamination, marble tops, invigorating rain showers, sumptuous beds, and lavish bathtubs.

The Bus Collective allows guests access to attractions such as the Changi East Boardwalk and Changi Chapel & Museum, as well as experiences and tours that look at the history and geography of Changi.

Guests can also savour the rich culinary heritage of the area at nearby restaurants recommended by The Bus Collective staff.

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