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Retelling the story of the Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur and a bygone era through a collaboration between YTL Hotels and Singapore jewellery brand Choo Yilin 1932 was no doubt a historical year. It was the year the Sydney Harbor Bridge first opened. It was when Amelia Earhart became the first…

Aman puts together a specially created wellness retreat at four of its most serene retreats in Indochina to help you rest and reset The concept of peace and contentment has unfortunately become fleeting for most, given our constant state of busyness. Juggling a career, social life, and relationships, all while…

An exploration of the multi-faceted rose in perfumery There is perhaps no flower or ingredient in perfumery that is more important than the rose. In some scents, it is the key centrepiece in the heart – the essence of feminity. In others, it is the fragrance’s invisible aura. I recall…

Four Seasons hospitality coupled with nature’s wonders results in a true five-star experience As far as tropical destinations are concerned, most travelers end up in tried and tested locations for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they look for the serene seclusion offered by Maldivian resorts; the familiarity and mysticism that…

In the pursuit for beauty and elegance, Saskia Havekes of Grandiflora turns to one of nature’s most beautiful gifts – flowers A small corner of Culina at COMO Dempsey overflows with colourful blooms and sumptuous green foliage, bringing a slice of the tropical outdoors in. Welcome to the Singapore outpost…

On 27 June 2019, two of Southeast Asia’s most popular chefs, Chef Malcolm Lee of Candlenut at COMO Dempsey and Chef Pim Techamuanvivit of nahm at COMO Metropolitan Bangkok, will be coming together for a ‘one evening-only’ culinary collaboration to celebrate the distinct flavours of Peranakan and Thai cuisine. Before…

It’s been a long time coming and finally, the Kempinski brand has found the perfect home in Singapore. Here’s what visitors can expect. My first encounter with a Kempinski property was on a holiday in Bangkok. I was taken aback by the scale of the Siam Kempinski Hotel and how…

When Zén first opened its doors in late 2018, the buzz was palpable – people were curious, intrigued, and slightly perplexed, particularly by the steep price tag that accompanied the meal. But as soon as they tried the offerings and enjoyed the immersive dining experience, they claimed that it was…