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The annual Constantia Fresh Festival is a showcase of Cape Town at its best – sophisticated and urbane yet laid back and friendly. It is held on the spacious grounds of the Buitenverwachting estate in Constantia, the oldest and one of the most affluent suburbs in South Africa.

May 18, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa

Cape of Renewed Hope

Chic and sophisticated Cape Town is an often overlooked tourist destination by travellers from this region, but with its beautiful beaches, ...

March 18, 2016, Melbourne, Australia

Drinking it all in

With excellent wineries, Chef's Hat restaurants and lush natural beauty, the Mornington Peninsula in Australia has long been one of Melbourn...

March 18, 2016, Namibia

Off the beaten track in Namibia

Self-driving offers a compelling alternative to air transfers for travellers seeking the real Africa.

May 16, 2015, Malaysia

Indie Design Hub in Penang

Design Village in Batu Kawan is a S$110.9m nexis that aims to provide a different, more creative retail experience for shoppers.

Well-appointed suites onboard the Sanctuary Ananda, which plies the Irrawaddy.

March 13, 2015, Vietnam

Going Upriver In Style

More travellers are eschewing big ocean voyages for the intimacy of a sojourn along the river.

The Old Town of Lijiang has beenrndesignated a Unesco World Heritage Site.

March 13, 2015, China

Opulent retreat in an ancient town

Perched on a hillside above Lijiang’s Old Town, the new Aman resort in China is designed in the traditional style of the area’s indigeno...

Chile’s Patagonia region offers adventurers snow-capped peaks, exotic wildlife such as the guanaco, a cousin of the llama, andrnsolitude.

March 13, 2015, United States

The Really Great Outdoors

Roughing it out in the wilderness won’t seem so rough at these luxe wilderness camps.

Enrichment cruises give passengers a chance to visit exotic habitats.

March 13, 2015, Denmark

Voyage Of Discovery

Embark on a luxury cruise and learn about wine, photography and wildlife, to name a few of the educational programmes being offered.

HISTORIC ACCOMMODATION: Built in 1891, the hotel today has 128 rooms and 35 suites, three restaurants, two heated outdoor pools and a gym.

January 10, 2015, Portugal

Palace on a cliff

Reid’s Palace Hotel on the Portuguese island of Madeira has much in common with Singapore’s Raffles Hotel – history, character and sty...

December 16, 2014, Japan

Kyoto’s storied charms

The ancient city of Kyoto offers travellers a rare glimpse into Japan’s history.

REACHING OUT: The year-long partnership between Regent Singapore and All Nippon Airways will see the chefs from Summer Palace, Basilico, Tea Lounge, and Manhattan take turns to craft menus for ANA’s business class passengers travelling from Singapore to Tokyo; Summer Palace-ANA collaboration meal.

November 11, 2014

High Flyers

The new age of airline cuisine is marked by collaborations with celebrity chefs and five-star hotels, as well as input from renowned wine co...

Eataly in Chicago

October 13, 2014

An Invitation To All Foodies

From luxurious gourmet boutiques to hip markets, these are the best food halls in the world to visit.

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