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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…

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Your senses tingle as you step out of your villa and into the lush grounds of Renaissance Koh Samui Resort & Spa. Every effort has been made to merge nature into the vast estate. That feeling of being immersed in a mysterious civilization continues to hit you at every turn—statues with their hands raised in prayer align some of the paths, and the foliage seem to bend towards you, welcoming you to their sacred space. Read more…

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Skydiving is every daredevil traveler’s must-do. While I can confidently say I’m adventurous, I’m not quite sure yet if I have the guts to jump off thousands of feet from the ground. But my recent discovery, iFly Singapore, offers a less daring but equally thrilling experience—indoor skydiving. On a trip to the Lion City, I was able to try it myself. Read more…

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Resorts World Sentosa, known as “Asia’s ultimate destination resort,” is among Singapore’s most popular and most visited attractions. The award-winning 49-hectare integrated resort boasts of a Universal Studios theme park, a Marine Life Park, a destination spa, a casino, six unique hotels, a convention center, celebrity chef restaurants, specialty retail outlets, and world-class entertainment. With so much to see, a day or two at Resorts World Sentosa is a must, and here’s a one-day itinerary and budget as guide. Read more…

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Centara Grand at CentralWorld Bangkok cannot be missed by any visitor to the City of Angels. Shaped like a blooming lotus, the beacon stands prominently on the skyline, and it’s right above one of Bangkok’s largest and most popular shopping malls. We’ve always marveled at its grandness, so we were pleased to have stayed there recently. Read more…

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It was one for the books. Emirates, one of the world’s most well-regarded airlines, landed the first Airbus A380 commercial flight into the Philippines last October 7, 2014. The one-off event, graced by Emirates executives and President Noynoy Aquino himself, marked the carrier’s move to the newer NAIA Terminal 3 in Manila, as well as their longstanding commitment to the country. Lucky was I to be present in that historic event for Philippine aviation. Read more…

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On October 14, 2014, Emirates landed the first A380 commercial flight into the Philippines amid fanfare and the presence of President Noynoy Aquino himself. But why is the Emirates A380 so special that its movements and activities are well-celebrated and well-documented? We boarded the aircraft during the one-off event and found out why. Read more…