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Must-Sees at Art Basel Hong Kong 2017

BY : The LuxeNomad | 2017

If it’s a little culture you’re after, you might want to be in Hong Kong right about now. Seeing the metropolis inundated with artists, collectors, celebrities and gallerinas, the tail-end of March sees the overlap of the 10th annual...

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Italian Opulence in the Heart of Vietnam

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2017

It's been said that luxury travel is more than just about over-the-top accommodations and glittery amenities. And while of course we agree, sometimes, it really is all about the extravagance and showy nature of a hotel that really gets us....

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Exploring Myanmar on Belmond's Luxury Cruise: the Road to Mandalay

BY : Glenn Harris | 2017

She is a grand dame. A daunting river castle that dominates as the largest river cruise ship in Myanmar at over 300 feet. The Road to Mandalay is the Belmond’s luxury river cruise ship that takes an exclusive group of passengers on an...

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Adrian Cheng & Dame Vivienne Westwood’s New Exhibition Fuses Art with Eco-Sensitive Fashion

BY : Susan Kime | 2017

Adrian Cheng, the young Chinese cultural entrepreneur, melds East and West so well: he was born in China, completed his higher education at Harvard, comes from a well-established family, and is under 40. His goals involve creating branded spaces,...

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China's Newest Hotel Has Its Own Man-Made Ocean

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2017

Lest you call it “just another luxury hotel,” the new Sanya EDITION has one amenity you may not expect: its own man-made, five-acre private ocean. Headed by American hotelier Ian Schrager, the Marriott-branded property opened this past...

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Four Seasons Debuts Its New $46k-per-Night Private Island Hideaway

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

This month, Four Seasons announced the opening of its private island Maldives resort, the brand’s first exclusive archipelago and world’s only exclusive-use UNESCO hideaway in a World Biosphere Reserve. Four Seasons Private Island...

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5 of Bali's Most Luxurious Villas

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

In a couple of weeks we’ll finally be ushering in 2017, which means it’s time to start mapping out your travel plans for the year. Although most of the country has experienced a warmer than normal winter, if you’re like us,...

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Reach Mount Everest's Base Camp Without Any Hiking Required

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

Some of the Himalaya’s most iconic hiking trails can be found in Nepal, the country considered one of the ultimate destinations for adventurous travelers and outdoor lovers. But if you’ve always been curious to check out the locale, yet...

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Singapore for the Untourist

BY : The St. Regis Singapore | 2016

Known for being one of the most expensive cities in the world, Singapore is a thriving playground for those looking for bespoke experiences. The St. Regis Singapore, with its unequivocal dedication to the luxurious, puts guests at the heart of what...

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Sala Ayutthaya: A Weekend Escape From Bangkok

BY : Zia Hansen | 2016

Ayutthaya is a stunning historical city with a spiritual richness that is now preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Just a 30-minute drive northwest of Bangkok, you can visit Ayutthaya for a quick afternoon excursion, but an overnight stay is...

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Meixi Lake Hotel Sets Down Roots in China's Emerging Hunan Region

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

Once a center of agriculture in China, Changsha, located on the Xiang River, was known as an important commercial city in the first millennium BC. Yet after the Sino-Japanese War and 1938 fire, the town was destroyed and captured by the Japanese in...

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4 Amazing Luxury Hotels in the Once-Forgotten City of Yangon

BY : Bennett Stevens | 2015

During British colonial days before World War II and for a brief period in the 1950s, Burma was one of the greatest exotic luxury destinations on earth. And no wonder, with writers and poets like Rudyard Kipling and George Orwell helping to set...

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