Gallery Mumbai

or Mumbai, the western city in India long famed for its mesmerising colours in places and people, it needs a must-see list.

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New Route: Nha Trang

Nha Trang, one of the latest beach destinations, gives you the limitless sea or infinity pools, a dose of culture or cutting loose at a party.

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Vietnam Moves

Vietnam’s unusual and quirky forms of transport never cease to amaze, but also offers insights into this unique country.

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Anuar Abdullah

Driven by his passion for rehabilitating coral reefs, Anuar Abdullah has sparked a movement that has delivered a positive impact in Southeast Asia. As the founder and CEO of Ocean Quest, a social enterprise and conservation organisation, he is now looking to spread that message across the globe in order to revitalise their precious ecosystem for future generations.

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Traversing the Hong Kong / Macau / Zhuhai Bridge

One bridge, three cities, one day. All is possible with the Hong Kong-Macau-Zhuhai bridge’s recent opening, offering the longest sea crossing in the world. For the travelers, the thrill of the ride is just being on the bridge itself.

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Bangkok Airways wins “Travelers’ Choice Awards – Regional Airline Asia 2019” from TripAdvisor

Bangkok – Recently, Bangkok Ariways Public Company Limited has been awarded “Travelers’ Choice Awards – Regional Airline Asia 2019” from TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site. TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Awards are based on reviews by global travelers that focus on service, quality and value. read more

Choul Chnam Thmey
Cambodia | 14-16 Apr 2019

As the rest of the world gets into the full swing of 2019 in April; Cambodians across the country will be busy celebrating the Khmer New Year. The occasion, which also coincides with the end o the harvesting season, read more

Musical Masquerade 
Singapore | 24 Apr 2019 -12 May 2019

Broadway’s longest-running show makes Singapore its home in the month of April for a three-week engagement. The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s famous musical, read more

Trat: Like No Other

Enjoy a sense of wonder in Trat’s greenery and waterways while basking in its warm community spirit. read more

Summer is Mango Madness!

When it comes to the varieties of mango in Thailand, its long list has resulted in a never-ending love affair for the succulent fruit, it’s something people can enjoy all the time, especially when it reaches its peak flavour in the summer. read more

Behold the King of Fruits

With its prickly exterior this odoriferous Southeast Asian delicacy hides a soft inside that devotees fiercely love. read more


Thailand’s Songkran Festival

In the old days, Songkran was regarded as the Siam kingdom’s New Year’s Day. Taking place during the 13th to 15th of April every year, the traditions of the festival see influences from Brahman beliefs. It first began with the observance of nature. read more

Lao’s “Pi Mai Lao”

During the 14th to 16th of April every year, many activities during this event are similar to those of the Thai Lanna tradition, which covers the cleaning of homes, “Bai Sri Su Kwan” (the Thai threading ceremony) for blessins, and a bathing ritual for Buddha statues. read more

Myanmar’s Thingyan

Called Thingyan, Myanmar’s water festival takes place in the second week of April, and based on the Buddhist calendar. It’s a greatly anticipated event among the people of Myanmar as it means relaxation and celebrations for the New Year. read more

Cambodia’s Chaul Chanam Thmey or Khmer New Year

The New Year in Cambodia takes place in the dawn of the harvest season. Each year, the Cambodian government always selects either the dates of the 13th to 15th or the 14th to 16th of April as the date for the Khmer Songkran. It has similar traditions to that of Thailand in which the festival is divided into three days. read more

Festival Origin May Trace Back to India

When we look back on history, here’s how Songkran came about. It’s said that the festival in Mumbai and Delhi in India marked the origin of Songkran. Taking place in the month of March as well, the Holi Festival indicates the end of the harvest year. read more

Stayed: Farmer’s Boutique Resort

Majestic birds swoop in and out searching for fish in the shallow rice paddies. The droning hum of a spectrum of frogs hypnotise the night, a reminder that the entire nocturnal ecosystem is active in the shadows. A top-notch Thai restaurant overlooks it all, read more

Tasted: Le Meridien Samui

Le Meridien has a reputation, and a good one at that. Their property on Lamai Beach in Koh Samui sets the benchmark for a high calibre, classically Oriental-styled resort. read more

Tried: Breeze Spa at Amari Samui

Koh Samui’s Chaweng Beach has a lot to offer. you’ll find warm tropical seas that meet golden sands, a spectrum of shopping options from traditional to opulent, cuisines from all over the globe, and a robust nightlife scene. read more

A Riverfront Star

With the cultural diversity of Bangkok’s riverside communities, it’s no surprise the areas along the Chao Phraya River or “River of Kings” provide the exciting opportunity for luxury brand Capella to drop anchor. read more

Good to the Last Drop

Inspired by her own miraculous journey to health, Khun Kwang or Miss Kwang, started Juice Queen in 2014 to share her knowledge and fervent love of a healthy and balanced lifestyle. read more

A Gastropub Comes to Town

It’s official, Phuket Town is getting trendy. Just a few years ago, that seemed unlikely but with a sea of Instagram-worthy businesses popping up, the welcome update has become reality. read more

Migration of Tastes
Chiang Mai

Khu Khao is the name of the main restaurant at the newly-opened Raya Heritage in Chiang Mai. Curated from the core concepts that focus on the story of the Thai North, read more

Music Festival 2019

The legendary music festival, one of the biggest event in Pattaya is back again this year after taking a 2-year break. This year, the Pattaya Music Festival returns with the same fun and variety of music. read more

Love-Themed Street

Chengdu, with its 2,000-year-old history, culture and culinary accolades, is considered one of the fastest growing cities in the world. read more

The Great Outdoors
Hong Kong

National Geographic and the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) have teamed up to promote some of the city’s most stunning landscapes as part of its 10th annual Great Outdoors campaign. read more

Robot Chefs Rollout

Guests at Millennium Hotels and Resorts can now get their eggs cooked by AUSCA (Autonomous Service Chef Associate), the world’s first robot chef. read more

Luxury Hammam
Kuala Lumpur

With its variety of traditional treatments, Sofitel Kuala Lumpur’s SoSPA offers the perfect respite for weary travellers to the capital city. read more

Into the Wild

For travellers looking to get closer to nature during their visit to Cambodia, the answer can be found at the southern tip of the Cardamom National Park. read more

Phu Quoc Healing
Phu Quoc

The island getaway of Phu Quoc recently welcomed the opening of Harnn wellness spa at the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort. winning accolades globally, read more

Unexpected Yet Good

One find dining place the effort through Yangon downtown’s traffic is Burma Bistro, on the corner of Merchant Road and Shwe Bon Thar Road. read more

An Extravagant Adventure
Luang Prabang

Rosewood Luang Prabang adds the romance to travel for the discerning guest who lands at their luxury property in the Lan Xang Kingdom in northern Laos. read more

Festive Touch

Mumbai heralds spring with two festivals that are celebrated with much pomp and splendor. Add to this, an ever-evolving restaurant scene and new street art, and there’s much to see and do in the city. read more

A Sandbank Picnic

For those seeking a different kind of quick getaway in the Maldives, your own private sandbank awaits. In addition to the atolls, read more

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