This striking urban landmark is one of the best exemplars of this city state's flower power.
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The resort is located on a tiny, barely inhabited volcanic island where the first series of Survivor was shot.
The restoration of Sydney's historic GPO will see the arrival of one of Asia's high-end hotel brands, the Fullerton Hotel Sydney.
This six-storey hotel overlooks Singapore's Marina Bay and is among Singapore's smartest addresses.
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Any traveller who has tired of tigers is surely tired of life.
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From coloured gems and architectural jewels to trendy teahouses and exquisite crafts.
The Trudeaus – dashing liberal Pierre, handsome and popular Justin, and the flamboyant Margaret – are Canadian royalty.
It's a triumph of engineering, geometry and artistry.
It's a hotel with a garden city vibe minus the heftier bill and pretence of other high-rise hotels elsewhere on Sentosa.
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Australia is among the last destinations to receive the Qsuite on its routes but it's worth the wait
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