Is nasi lemak from Malaysia or Singapore – and how did it get its name? I answer both these questions, with help from the experts, in this new origin series […]
In this article for Cathay Pacific’s Discovery magazine I highlight five hotels that play a starring role in the movie in which they are featured. Click here for more.
Nestled between Sai Ying Pun and Kennedy Town, Shek Tong Tsui is home to busy restaurants, quirky cafes and hipster hang-outs serving all kinds of cuisines, including the best Singaporean […]
In many newer development areas dining options are often centred around malls, as is the case with West Kowloon. Both Elements and Olympian City malls feature well established favourites, that […]
Boasting Ubud’s first infinity pool that still holds its own, Amandari is celebrating three decades with a year of festivities, click the link to read my review https://destinationdeluxe.com/amandari-aman-bali-indonesia/
Situated on a lush hilltop, overlooking the sparkling waters of the Lombok Strait, is the gorgeous and secluded Amankila. To read more about my thoughts on this fabulous resort click […]
Written with groups in mind, however everything included in the article Verdant Events is equally enjoyable for singles, couples and families. Please note, the pool featured on page 40 is […]
So much fun to write about my pet peeve when staying in five-star hotels. This opinion piece, A crime against good taste, was originally published in Business Traveller Asia-Pacific magazine.
Originally written with incentive groups in mind, these destinations along Thailand’s Eastern Corridor hold equal appeal for the leisure adventurer. Click to read more.
Being assigned the delicious task of tasting a collection of wine inspired dishes from Arbor for Tasting Kitchen was a treat. Eric Räty, Arbor’s chef de cuisine, may seem timid in […]