Spent a night at the luxurious Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur managed by Banyan Tree, for a little staycation in the heart of the Malaysian capital.
Experiencing Japanese-living in Kyoto’s Izuyasu Ryokan — complete with futons on tatami floors, an onsen and delicious kaiseki meals. Such a fun experience!
The lovely Asian-Nordic inspired Oslo Guldmeden Hotel is a boutique resort that is eco-friendly and serves organic food. And it helps that it’s comfortable, convenient and affordable too!
A small luxury boutique hotel set within a beautifully restored old colonial mansion, The Edison Georgetown promises a grand and opulent all-inclusive stay.
The Jawi Peranakan Mansion is one of the heritage colonial mansions in Georgetown that has been restored to its former glory and turned into a boutique hotel. Located in Hutton Lane, it is inspired by the Mughal Indian designs.
The Hua Chang Heritage Hotel in Bangkok is a classy and stylish sanctuary in the midst of all the bustle of the city outside its walls. I call it my absolutely fantastic city find!
The Shanghai Mansion Hotel Bangkok provides a small sanctuary away from the chaos of Chinatown– and with its oriental theme, stepping into it is like being transported back in time to old world Shanghai.
To keep up with the growing numbers of hotels and resorts in Malaysia– I thought that I’d list down the key ones that will be opening in 2016. Time to plan that staycation!
Villa Samadhi is a luxurious retreat in the calm of nature, right smack in the middle of the bustling Kuala Lumpur. It is small, intimate and beautiful.
The Scarlet Singapore, known as Singapore’s first boutique hotel, made me feel as if I was stepping into a beautifully decorated colonial house during the 19th century. It is luxurious and lavish.