Singapore’s Raffles, Marina Bay Sands, and Fullerton Bay hotels may have the name and reputation, but what these luxe stays have in class, they don’t quite have in ‘fun factor’. Brighten up your Singaporean sojourn with a stay at one of these playful and quirky boutique hotels.
Small pushcart vendors, hole-in-the-wall operators, and little local shacks - even in the cities full of Michelin-starred eateries, these tiny street vendors are pumping out some of the finest meals out.
They may be a few years behind the trend, but Vietnam is currently in the midst of a craft beer boom. If you like your beers big and bold, put the readily found Bia Saigon lagers to the side and reach for one of the country’s more robust crafties.
A 1-hour full body massage is undeniably a blissful experience, but when compared to the experiences on offer at these unique day spas, the massage does seem a little less memorable. From wine baths to a healing bath in an abandoned brewery, these are some of the world’s day spas you just have to see to believe.
For some, the ideal holiday involves sunshine, a pool, a good book, and not much else. For others, even mentioning the word ‘holiday’ has them conjuring up ideas on the site of their next mountain bike ride, scenic skydive, or thrilling underwater encounter.
Whether you’re in it for the nature or the luxury, there’s no denying the allure of a treetop hotel. Next time you’re looking to book a memorable getaway, lock in a stay at one these lofty and leafy retreats.
A firm favourite for couples and honeymooners, the idyllic islands of the Maldives are home to some of the world’s most beautiful accommodation. From the spacious and secluded to the one-of-a-kind, these are five of the best overwater villas in the Maldives.
Are you planning your next New Zealand Ski trip and don't want to blow the budget? The good news is a ‘billion dollar view’ is all yours without having to sell the private jet.
Despite its modest size Singapore has some of the best bars in the world, many of which make the most of the stunning views of the city’s beautiful skyline.
Fiji is renowned as a family destination, but most resorts now have adults-only sections, so everybody wins. Especially, if parents need to rekindle that flame, or just relax without the little ones' holiday hysterics.
Genuine 5 star, luxurious accommodation, a stunning turquoise lagoon, tropical island garden fare, fresh seafood and rare Iguanas make Likuliku Lagoon resort so special. Toss in some side orders of balmy starry nights, Fijian singing, fire dancing and palm trees swaying and you've been marooned, just like you'd hoped for.
Imagine booking a relaxing cruise holiday and realising that you actually didn't want to relax at all. Instead, you came onboard a Dream Cruise, and discovered it was the most action-packed, fun-filled ride you could have ever embarked upon.
W Hotels first opened their doors in 1998 and since then they've continued to focus on world class DJs and super-cool parties.