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We had the pleasure of staying at the W Bangkok recently, and after spending three nights at its sister Starwood brand, Aloft, we surely were looking forward to another modish property. The short of it is, we were happy to find a hotel we truly love. Read more…

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The Peranakan, also once known as the Straits Chinese, are more commonly associated with the states of Penang and Melaka in Malaysia. However, little do people know that the East Coast state of Terengganu has a considerable Peranakan population, meshing well with its predominantly Muslim majority. Recently, we attended a festival they held to commemorate their unique culture—which some claim is sadly faltering as generations pass. Read more…

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As I landed into hot and humid Siem Reap, a representative from Le Méridien Angkor took my luggage, offered me a cold towel and water, and got me hooked on mobile wi-fi in a jiffy. I was then asked if I wanted to drive slowly by the picturesque Angkor Wat area to soak it all up en route to the hotel, and so we did. The Le Méridien brand is all about discovering the locale, so for three days, the hotel helped me see clearly what the ancient Cambodian city has to offer. Read more…

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Open for business since 2009, Anzani has already established itself on the forefront of Cebu’s culinary scene, even way before trendy restaurants opened left and right. A husband-and-wife duo runs the place that rightfully shies away from the hustle-and-bustle of the city, giving its fine New Mediterranean cuisine the exclusivity and distinction it deserves. Read more…

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Instead of simply taking us on a usual food tour, our friends from Tourism Selangor and Gaya Travel Magazine made our culinary journey to Selangor more enjoyable and interactive by letting us cook or prepare certain dishes and delicacies. Over four days of traveling across a portion of the coastal Malaysian state, we learned how to make these savory food. Read more…

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After weeks in chaotic cities, I badly needed a break—one where, pretentious as it may sound, stay still and reflect. I contacted our friends at Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Krabi, and as soon as they confirmed my reservation, I could already hear the waves calling. Read more…

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Recently, I tried out the Skyview Lounge at the NAIA Terminal 3 in Manila. Opened only last February, the airport lounge welcomes not only premium class passengers and frequent flyers of Emirates and ANA, but also paying guests and holders of certain credit cards. Read more…