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Fascination With India
15 January

India has more than curries, yoga and technology. We dive into sustainability and conservation-led travel with high-end company, andBeyond.

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Kuching: Once-In-A-Lifetime Experiences with Nature
4 January

If you are looking for a unique destination in a land rich with culture and history, escape to Kuching. An alluring enigma to locals and tourists, the capital city of Sarawak is one of two states situated on the island of Borneo, renowned globally for its natural beauty.

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My Love for Pork in Asia
17 December

Delicious Asian pork knows no boundaries. We wax lyrical about our favourites in one spectacular article.

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Boutique Hotels in Hipster Asia
10 December

A hotel with animal statues, wildlife sculptures, rustic antiques and vintage touches might be the perfect backdrop for a horror movie. Not for Bangkok’s Mustang Nero Hotel.

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What Drives Singapore’s Business Travellers
30 November

With a record 8.1 million outbound Singaporean travellers last year, the number of people taking to the skies is rising. Business travel, in particular, is a key driver. To find out what motivates business travellers in Singapore, Samsonite has partnered YouGov for the Smoother Journeys study.

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Sydney’s Best Kept Secrets
9 October

Stargazers and romantics will fall in love with this magical clear dome, overlooking the Capertree Valley near Round Swamp, the second biggest canyon in the world. Just three hours’ drive from Sydney, visitors can get lost in nature and simply be.

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Hotel G Hits The Spot
11 September

If it was creative rejuvenation that I needed, then Hotel G Singapore was one of the best hotels for it. Part of the GCP Hospitality group’s line up of attitude lifestyle hotels, Hotel G Singapore boasts a strong design identity that celebrates art.

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Bali, a Café Hopping Mecca
1 August
Thoughtful interiors, delicious foods and attentive service staff make Bali’s café scene a must visit for well-travelled millennials. Doyenne.sg puts
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A Modest Maldivian Retreat
2 May

The mere mention of Maldives conjures up images of azure seas, luxe water bungalows and isolated islands that come with a hefty price tag. Most vacationers have to fork out more than USD 500 a night. Fortunately, affordable luxury awaits in Maafushi. It offers a romantic retreat which doesn’t break the bank.

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Travelling with Wonder in the Internet Age
13 April

Armed with smartphones and GPS, millennial travellers are conquering the world. How can we make room for wonder and discovery in the Internet age?

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