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Five of the best sightseeing trains in Japan
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Five of the best sightseeing trains in Japan

A world away from the overcrowded commuter carriages of Tokyo, Japan’s sightseeing trains providing an opportunity for passengers to take in an art exhibition, sip sake or feast on sushi, all while taking in beautiful landscapes.

The best diving spots in Peninsular Malaysia
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The best diving spots in Peninsular Malaysia

Peninsular Malaysia has a coastline stretching over 2,000km with the east coast boasting particularly beautiful islands. Excellent visibility, reliable dive centres, knowledgeable instructors and competitive pricing are just some of the reasons diving these islands make for a great holiday experience.

Motorbike through northern Vietnam
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Motorbike through northern Vietnam

Take to two wheels and hit up Vietnam’s stunning Ha Giang province.

Boba Fett in Tibet
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Boba Fett in Tibet

A Hong Kong Star Wars fan and his journey to a land (kinda) far, far away.

Your 24-hour Singapore food tour
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Your 24-hour Singapore food tour

Eat your way through an entire day in Singapore, from dawn to dusk.

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The best hotels in Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel

A seven-minute walk from Hong Kong Station, this luxury hotel overlooking Victoria Harbour is also an eight-minute walk from Central Ferry Pier 7 for services to Tsim Sha Tsui, and 5km from Victoria Peak.Elegant rooms with harbour or Peak views come with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, free Wi-Fi and Nespresso machines. Upgraded rooms add lounge access with complimentary breakfast, drinks and snacks. Suites provide living areas and game consoles, and some offer steam rooms. Kids age under 18 stay free in their parents' room. Room service is available.There are two restaurants, two bars, a brasserie and a pool terrace, as well as a spa and a gym.

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Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Directly connected to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) and a five-minute walk from Wan Chai MTR Station and Star Ferry Pier, the luxurious Grand Hyatt Hong Kong offers a 50m-long heated outdoor pool and a spa. Its elegant rooms overlook Victoria Harbour from floor-to-ceiling windows. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout the entire property. Modern rooms are equipped with a 42-inch flat-screen cable/satellite TV, a minibar and tea/coffee making facilities. Marble bathrooms offer a separate bathtub for a relaxing soak. All guest rooms feature free handy smartphone device with 4G internet, unlimited local calls and international calls to USA, UK, Australia, Singapore and mainland China. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is less than 1km from Pacific Place shopping mall, Times Square, Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo. It is a 40-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport. The well-equipped health club includes tennis and racquetball courts and a 24-hour fitness studio. The tour desk provides sightseeing arrangements and car rentals. One Harbour Road features Cantonese cuisine while Grissini serves Italian dishes. International and Japanese dishes are served at the hotel’s other restaurants. Drinks and nightly live entertainment are available at Tiffin and Champagne Bar.

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The Upper House

The Upper House

Another hotel built atop Pacific Place is this design-driven, one-of-a-kind luxury property. The Upper House, designed by renowned architect Andre Fu, is full of chic, modern appeal with stunning suites looking out onto Hong Kong’s stunning skyline. Take a break at beautiful all-day eatery Café Gray or rent a bike from one of hotel’s in-house fleet and cruise through the city in style. 

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W Hong Kong

W Hong Kong

Sitting high inside West Kowloons’s ICC building, the W Hong Kong is one of the coolest spots in town. Just steps away from luxury shopping mall Elements and the Airport Express rail line, you’re only minutes away from some of the best sights in the city. The world-class Bliss Spa and outdoor pool are perched high above the city, so, along with the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, you’re in for some of the best urban views anywhere in the world. With amazing dining options from traditional Cantonese to the trendy Woo Bar, your trip is set. 

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Off the eaten path: The best restaurants in Macao outside the casinos
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Off the eaten path: The best restaurants in Macao outside the casinos

Whether comparing Michelin stars or the cities’ food scenes in general, Macao often comes across as the poor relation compared to Hong Kong. But the truth is, our sister SAR is full of great eateries – you just have to know where to find them. We sidestep the entertainment complexes and present the best places to eat like a local in Macao.

The best coffee shops in Macau
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The best coffee shops in Macau

Much has been written about Hong Kong’s booming coffee culture. But what of our sister SAR? Surely Macau is just entertainment complexes and drinking holes, without a cracking coffee house in sight, right? Wrong – there’s a café scene over there that most certainly rivals our own. From artisanal gems to resort-based coffee giants that tout some of the most expensive blends in the world, Macau is fast becoming an Asian leader on the caffeine front. We’ve brewed up our eight favourites for you to check out on your next trip over.

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