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Truth be told, the Disney film Tangled was our main motivation and inspiration to attend the Yeepeng Lanna in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Despite the setbacks, especially with arranging how we’d get to Chiang Mai, we still were able to go with a great sense of triumph. What used to be a romantic fantasy based on a movie finally came true—and we were glad we went. Read more…

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Lanson Place Hotel, discreetly tucked in one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant shopping and lifestyle districts, is a boutique luxury hotel boasting of a classical 19th-century Parisian façade and elegantly retro-modern interiors and rooms. A member of the elite Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Lanson Place Hotel for two nights captivated us with its immaculately-appointed rooms, superior amenities, and personalized service. Read more…

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I’ve gone to Sentosa Island several times before, as it is surely among the quintessential parts of a fun family trip to Singapore. I recall the first time I went there in 2010, doing the usual stuff tourists do, but it was only recently that I discovered on a three-day trip everything The State of Fun has to offer—and yes, there’s so much more aside from the big Merlion. Read more…

Photo credit: Singapore Tourism Board

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For a long time now, Tigerair has been flying between Manila and Singapore, making it among the first low-cost carriers to operate in the country. It wasn’t until recently, however, that I was flying with them, so I was undoubtedly looking forward to the experience. Read more…

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Greyhound Café, now with 10 branches scattered across Bangkok, started out as a food and beverage outlet to complement an eponymous fashion brand. As the first fashion café in Bangkok, if not the whole Thailand, its image is built around a design concept that is modern, stylish, and attractive to an urbanite clientele. I came for late lunch to try its best dishes. Read more…

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Our friends at Globe Telecom brought us to the City of Smiles for Masskara Festival 2014, along with Instagram maven Cheyser Pedragosa, TV heartthrob Juancho Trivino, and our Ka-Globe friends Cat Trivino and Cid Santillan. We had one heck of a time, enjoying the festival and everything that went with it, while connected to a wonderful network. Read more…

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Stories have been told about a city of gold hidden deep within rainforests, or an ancient utopian civilization swallowed by the vastness of the sea. Countless brave adventurers have risked life and limb in search for these places that may or may not be mythical, that may or may not exist. You yourself are about to rediscover paradise—gorgeous gardens, beautiful beachfront, a sanctuary of serenity. But unlike El Dorado or Atlantis, Renaissance Koh Samui Resort & Spa, nestled in one of Thailand’s best islands, is as real as it gets. Read more…