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BINTAN ISLAND, Indonesia – As the ranks of the ultra-wealthy swell across Southeast Asia, heightening expectations for accommodation that costs thousands of U.S. dollars per night, one Indonesian resort has just priced its top suite at US $10,000 per night.
DANANG, Vietnam — Four months after opening on the outskirts of Danang, Ba Na Hills Golf Club is already poised to lead golf’s growth in Vietnam by embracing technology in a way no other course here has and rolling out one of the most impressive practice facilities the country has ever seen.
HOI AN, Vietnam – As The Nam Hai gets set to toast its 10th anniversary in December, Vietnam’s premier beach resort is celebrating a first: inclusion on Travel + Leisure magazine’s list of ‘The 100 Best Hotels in the World.’
HANOI, Vietnam — Shakespeare never visited the capital of Vietnam, but that doesn’t mean A Midsummer Night’s Dream hasn’t cast a spell over the city. Especially if you’re planning to stay at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi.
SAN FRANCISCO — As the builders of a 17,000-square-foot Newport Beach mansion batten down the hatches on the home’s insulation, a San Francisco startup is tempted to carry someone or something over the threshold in recognition of a landmark marriage between wool insulation and a stunning new residence.
Situated on a mountain-fringed bay overlooking the South China Sea with several islands strewn off the shore, Quy Nhon’s quiet golden sands and crystal clear waters slip under the majority of travellers’ radars.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — It has been 50 years since Mr. Banda lugged his first barrel of beer into the tap room at the Galle Face Hotel. Now - at 71 years old - the loyal employee is still earning his keep at Sri Lanka’s oldest and most fabled property.
BINTAN ISLAND, Indonesia – Nutritious soups and smoothies, detoxifying body massages and private yoga sessions by the South China Sea are among the array of options on offer as part of The Sanchaya’s new detox program designed to provide the ultimate restorative holiday.