Centara’s first outpost in the Qatari capital of Doha offers a taste of Thai hospitality in the Middle East.
Hong Kong's Ocean Park finally welcomed its first hotel since opening more than four decades ago. Prudence Lui checks into this much-anticipated property with her teenage daughter, and finds a destination that enthrals all ages
Opened in early 2018, this midscale property marks the return of Best Western Hotels & Resorts to Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido. Rachel AJ Lee spends two comfortable nights within its compact and modern confines
The newest landmark standing near Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA2 in Sepang, Malaysia sports a very distinctive architectural style. S Puvaneswary spends a night and leaves with a lasting impression
Pull back the curtain on the enigmatic world of Teochew opera in this unique session by Xperience Singapore, which takes guests behind the scenes to join one of Singapore’s last remaining troupes in preparation for an opera performance. By Pamela Chow.
Dream Cruises' second ship, World Dream, made its debut a year ago and is now homeported in Hong Kong. Prudence Lui jumps at the chance to sail the high seas for a quick weekend getaway filled with plenty of wining, dining and gaming experiences.
The new five-star hotel, with its contemporary and family-friendly vibe, is a reflection of the renaissance that Pattaya is now undergoing, discovers Xinyi Liang-Pholsena after a weekend stay with her family.
On Bali's northern coast, Mimi Hudoyo discovers a locally-owned winery that sources grapes from local farmers and turns them into award-winning juices, planting Indonesia on the world wine map along the way.
Since opening in January, Sheraton Grand Danang Resort has boosted the Central Vietnamese city’s growing portfolio of upscale properties. Marissa Carruthers checks into the...
Julian Ryall has a sneak preview of the new Tokyo hotel ahead of its official opening, and finds a delightful property imbued with artisanal details and character of the neighbourhood it stands in.