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Asia/Singapore Monday, 3rd October 2022

Fab festivals

Festivals are one of the best ways to discover the soul of the destination and what its people hold most dear to their heart. Here are some not-to-be-missed festivals across our region.

Visiting Monaco: Through three countries, one compelling itinerary

In the post-lockdown era where travellers are prioritising ease of travel with minimal stops, the world’s second smallest country presents a desirable central point from which Asian travellers can access France and Italy in a single trip

A new perspective

Hotels and tour operators are weaving Indonesia’s nature, culture and heritage into new experiences for travellers, discovers Mimi Hudoyo

See Perth in a different light

Perth city and her surrounds have continued to evolve their tourism draws over the past two years, and are now presenting travellers with both the comfort of familiarity and excitement of fresh appeals. By Karen Yue

New kids on the block

There is always someplace new and exciting to stay in Asia, a region that continues to see fresh hotel signings and openings. By Melissa Anne Tan

The spirit of adventure

Australia is leaning on adventure tourism to catalyse her tourism recovery, and the strategy for that involves expanding the pool of offerings to charm thrill-seekers of all ages and activity levels. By Adelaine Ng

Green and gorgeous

Singapore’s eco-friendly tourism pursuit is absolutely serious but hardly sombre judging by the many fun and thoughtful sustainable experiences in the city, discovers Serene Foo

Monaco magic

Stakeholders are reporting that outbound travellers from Asia to Monaco are increasing, proving that the destination is still sought after

Exploring Monaco’s family-centric offerings

With its multitude of fun activities and experiences for both young and old, the world’s second smallest country is an ideal holiday destination for family travel

Following a passion

Love at first sight for a young boy has blossomed into a lasting affair of 50 years. Leslie Danker, resident historian at Raffles Singapore, tells Karen Yue about his enduring love for the property.

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