Touring the centuries-old Kampong Ayer leads Cheryl Ong to discover a collection of charmingly quaint abodes, vanishing trades, and a hark back to simpler times.
Equal parts historical and creepy, this new tour by Oriental Travel and Tours delves into Singapore’s lesser-known war sites, where supernatural activity has been reported to take place. Pamela Chow feels out this hair-raising experience.
Tokushima’s serene Iya Valley holds many surprises, one of which is visiting an award-winning folk singer’s home to learn the art of soba-making.
This affordable and chic hotel with a shore view is a modern stay just 30 minutes from Bandaranaike International Airport, making it ideal for visitors looking for a peaceful retreat from the bustling Colombo.
Travellers to Bangkok are spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation, be it for business or leisure trips. Rachel AJ Lee shares why this Japanese newcomer to the city's accommodation scene is worth a sojourn in.
Among the first to check into Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts’ new boutique villa property in Lombok, Mimi Hudoyo discovers a charming beachfront retreat brimming with spectacular views and service.
In Singapore's bustling downtown, Mimi Hudoyo discovers a property perfect for both business and leisure travellers alike.
On the resort island of Sentosa, Xinyi Liang-Pholsena discovers a new property that will appeal to families for its affordability, as well as thoughtful amenities for all ages.
At her first Asian outpost housed within the iconic Raffles Singapore, Michelin-starred chef Anne-Sophic Pic waves her culinary magic wand to conjure up a spellbinding melange of novel yet impressive flavours.
S Puvaneswary enjoys a guided walking tour that uncovers the hidden gems of Bukit Bintang’s centre – its back lanes, street art and local food – that brought to life the area’s 200-year history.