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NEW HOTELS IN ASIA & AUSTR Best in Travel takes a journey across the sprawling continent of Asia, stretching from the Indian Ocean territories of the Maldives and the Seychelles, through to the enormity of China and the hustle and bustle of Shanghai and Hong Kong. from there we venture into Australasia and Bora Bora for a complete change of pace. In this fast-expanding market, new properties are appearing everywhere — and we have properties in Bhutan, Phillippines, and Cambodia for you to explore. It’s an exciting time and these are the new properties you simply MUST visit.


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Asia.

From the nomadic steppes of Kazakhstan to the frenetic streets of Hanoi, Asia is a continent so full of intrigue, adventure, solace and spirituality that it has fixated and confounded travellers for centuries.

Ancient Civilisations

Vast Landscapes

This continent has contributed a cast of villains and heroes to global history. Most of the significant achievements of the modern world had their infancy in Asia. Historic trading routes sliced across epic terrain as expanding empires competed to trade goods and ideas throughout the continent and beyond. Asia’s ambitious civilisations ultimately gave rise to some of the world’s most revolutionary ideas and important technology. Ancient wonders and sacred spaces abound across the continent, from the Great Wall of China and the temples of Angkor to lesserknown marvels in Myanmar, Nepal and Afghanistan.

From sublime coastlines to snow-capped mountains, the majestic Mekong River to wildlife infested jungle, Asian landscapes hold an immediacy and vibrancy that captivates and enchants. Immense expanses of desert flow down from inhospitable mountains, which in turn give way to seemingly impenetrable forests. In a land where tigers still roam free (though far from noisy tourists) nature continues to be the driving force in many peoples’ lives. Virtually every climate on the globe is represented here; take a trek over the Gobi’s arching dunes or sun yourself on the sandfringed tropical islands of the South China Sea.

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The Indian Ocean The Indian Ocean is one of those places that, if you had a magic carpet, you would want to swoop over, dip in and out of, skim along endless beaches, and island hop from one idyll to another. Because it is packed with not only eclectic marine marvels, but also myriad cultural experiences. Which means that, when it comes to choosing the best time to visit the Indian Ocean, there is no one easy answer. From the Maldives to Mauritius, the Seychelles to Sumatra or Mozambique to Madagascar, Indian Ocean holidays take you on a ride through the whole salty gamut of sultry, sublime and steamy seascapes.

Food to Live By

Glimpse of the Future

Is there any greater place to eat than Asia? The continent has exported its cuisines the world over: India’s red hot curries, China’s juicy dumplings, Vietnam’s steaming bowls of pho soup and Thailand’s heaping plates of pàt tai (pad Thai) noodles are known and loved across the globe. Eating here can be both a joyous and chaotic affair: forks are forsaken in favour of fingers or chopsticks and food is enjoyed with unrivalled gusto. Whether settling down for a Michelinstarred meal in one of Singapore’s finest restaurants or pulling up a plastic stool on a Bangkok street, hungry travellers will never be bored by the diversity of Asia’s cuisines.

Gleaming skyscrapers, whooshing magnetic trains, shiny smartphones: in Asia, the future is now. China is charging its way into the 21st century with its economy developing at a head-spinning pace, while South Korea boasts some of the fastest internet speeds in the world and India is a hub of growing technology. A frenetic buzz surrounds urban Asia: the fashion, culture and business in the continent’s metropolises easily challenge the biggest European and American cities for their status as global hubs. This everevolving modernity can make for some incredibly special travel experiences: watch rice paddies flash by from a high-speed train, pick up a shiny new laptop in a Hong Kong electronics market or go to a robot cabaret show in Japan.

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Austra Australia is a wild and beautiful place, a land whose colour palette of red outback sands and Technicolor reefs frames sophisticated cities and soulful Indigenous stories.

Hip Cities

Wild Lands & Wild Life

Most Australians live along the coast, and most of these folks live in cities – 89% of Australians, in fact. It follows that cities here are a lot of fun. Sydney is the glamorous poster child with worldclass beaches and an otherwise glorious setting. Melbourne is all arts, alleyways and a stellar food scene. Brisbane is a subtropical town on the way up, Adelaide has festive grace and pubby poise. Boomtown Perth breathes West Coast optimism and Canberra showcases so many cultural treasures, while the tropical northern frontier town of Darwin, and the chilly southern sandstone city of Hobart, couldn't be more dierent.

Australia is an extraordinarily beautiful place, as rich in rainforest (from Far North Queensland to far-south Tasmania) as it is in remote rocky outcrops like Uluru, Kakadu and the Kimberleys. The coastline, too, beset as it is with islands and deserted shores, is wild and wonderful. Animating these splendid places is wildlife like nowhere else on the planet, a place of kangaroos and crocodiles, of wombats and wallabies, platypus, crocodiles, dingoes and so much more. Tracking these, and Australia's 700-plus bird species, is enough to unearth your inner David Attenborough, even if you didn't until now know you had one.

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alasia. Epicurean Delights

The Open Road

Australia plates up a multicultural fusion of European techniques and fresh Pacific-rim ingredients – aka 'Mod Oz' (Modern Australian). Seafood plays a starring role − from succulent Moreton Bay bugs to delicate King George whiting. Of course, beer in hand, you'll still find beef, lamb and chicken at Aussie barbecues. Don't drink beer? Australian wines are world-beaters: punchy Barossa Valley shiraz, Hunter Valley semillon and cool-climate Tasmanian sauvignon blanc. Tasmania produces outstanding whisky too. Need a caffeine hit? You'll find cafes everywhere, coffee machines in petrol stations, and baristas in downtown coffee carts.

There's a lot of tarmac across this wide brown land. From Margaret River to Cooktown, Jabiru to Dover, the best way to appreciate Australia is to hit the road. Car hire is relatively affordable, road conditions are generally good, and beyond the big cities traffic fades away. If you're driving a campervan, you'll find well-appointed caravan parks in most sizable towns. If you're feeling adventurous, hire a 4WD and go off-road: Australia's national parks and secluded corners are custom-made for camping trips down the dirt road and classic desert tracks from Birdsville to Cape York have adventure written all over them.

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COMO UMA CANGGU COMO Uma Canggu is the newest addition to COMO Hotels and Resorts. Situated on Bali's south coast, the beach front destination offers panoramic views of the soft volcanic sand and rolling waves. This luxury resort in Canggu - an area liked for its laid-back beach scene and rippable surf peaks - offers exceptional cuisine, meaningful wellness and the same impeccable service COMO is known for across the globe. Guests will leave feeling rested and revived. The resort's COMO Shambhala Retreat nurtures wellness through daily fitness classes, hands-on healing and holistic therapies. This will be complemented by a peaceful night's sleep within the resort's contemporary accommodation, featuring stylish rooms, suites and spectacular three-bedroom Penthouses with private rooftop pools. www.comohotels.com/umacanggu

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Welcome to Four Seasons Private Residences Bengaluru, India, situated across twin 30-storey towers at the centre of Embassy One. With modern interiors imagined by designer Yabu Pushelberg and acres of manicured gardens, the residences are the perfect refuge for those seeking tranquility in the heart of India’s bustling knowledge capital. www.fourseasons.com/content/foursea sons_residences/en/private_residences /bengaluru/

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FOUR SEASONS HOTEL KUALA LUMPUR Surrounded by the multicultural energy of Malaysia’s dynamic capital, Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur takes centre stage with panache. Combining extraordinary dining, sleek and spacious accommodations and legendary Four Seasons service, the Hotel is the city’s nexus of success and style. www.fourseasons.com/kualalumpur

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HILTON DALIAN GOLDEN PEBBLE BEACH RESORT

Find your ideal getaway at Hilton Dalian Golden Pebble Beach Resort. Enjoy picturesque sea views and everything you could want and more within walking distance from Discoveryland Theme Park and the beach. We offer a host of amenities such as an indoor pool, fitness center, football court, spa and Kids Club.

Our scenic lawn is the perfect setting for your dream wedding and our convention center is the ideal location for a conference or trade show. www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/china/hiltondalian-golden-pebble-beach-resortDLCDCHI/index.html


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St RegiS MaldiveS voMMuli ReSoRt Tucked away, a distant private island reachable by seaplane invites guests to uncover the most luxurious resort in the Maldives. Combining contemporary design and local craftsmanship, with a profound appreciation for the ecological environment, there is no other destination quite like this exquisite beach resort on Vommuli Island. https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=JPEYB3KJVhu


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HILTON HANGZHOU XIAOSHAN Discover your home in the heart of the city at Hilton Hangzhou Xiaoshan. Ideally located just 15 minutes from Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport and 25 minutes from the city center, this contemporary hotel offers easy access to all major locations in Xiaoshan and Bingjiang. With space for indoor and outdoor events, delicious all-day dining, a rooftop garden, swimming pool and more, Hilton Hangzhou Xiaoshan offers everything you need for a successful trip. www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/china/hilton-hangzhou-xiaoshan-HGHHCHI/index.html


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HOLIDAY INN BAG

Holiday Inn Baguio City Centre is the newest contemporary hotel in the "Summer Capital" of the Philippines. Ideally situated along Legarda Road surrounded by bustling city life day and night. Approximately 248 kilometers north of Manila, we are delighted to deliver genuine hospitality through our friendly and relaxed service. Known for the Panagbenga Festival, Baguio City is a fusion of polite cultural ingenuity and refreshing modern day innovation. Learn the interesting Cordilleran culture and significant historical places.

Be charmed by laid-back country lifestyle amidst the highly urbanized metropolis. Feel the invigorating pine breeze and enjoy the ethnic inspired dining experience. Going around the city is fast and efficient with the abundance of public transportation. The hotel is close to shopping and entertainment district, government offices, and universities. Most popular attractions to explore nearby include Burnham Park, Baguio Cathedral, and Session Road. www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us/en/baguio/ bagbc/hoteldetail


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Working across a multitude of social media platforms, delivering content in an easily digestible image lead format, we engage with those that live and experience a luxury lifestyle each and every day.

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Hidden in the lush green jungle that surrounds the historic royal settlement of Luang Prabang, a river— emanating from a flowing waterfall—runs through the heart of this exotic retreat. Taking its cue from the French-Lao architecture for which the town is known, the interiors reflect the influences of ancient temples, while luxurious tented villas celebrate the explorer spirit. www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/luang-prabang

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Shinta Mani Wild is a radical new concept for a luxury camp experience in Cambodia, combining world class design, hospitality and conservation to create a new model for public/private partnerships that will not only conserve and protect threatened wildlands, but will also create new and sustainable opportunities for the people that traditionally call these lands home. World renowned resort designer and owner of Shinta Mani Wild, Bill Bensley, identiďŹ ed an unprotected wildlife corridor connecting the Bokor National

Park with Kirirom National Park, and set out to protect this 400 acre river valley from poaching, mining and logging. Working together with Wildlife Alliance, Fauna & Flora International,The Royal University of Phnom Penh and the the Cambodian Government Bensley and his team are in the process of bringing this new conservation model to life. www.shintamani.com/wild.php


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Jungle [juhng-guhl] - Forest | Sutra [soo-truh] - Story | JungleSutra - Stories of the Wild

The Indian Subcontinent, comprising of India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan, is home to about 10% of the world’s wildlife. JungleSutra Wildlife Journeys by Creative Travel, showcases the region’s most sought-after wildlife as well as the breath-taking variety of its lesser-known indigenous species. Our exclusive journeys are specially curated by wildlife experts and enthusiasts.


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Eco-pioneers Six Senses are on fire next year with new hotels planned in Fiji, Bali, Turkey, Cambodia and Israel’s Negev Desert, as well as a network of five lodges in the kingdom of happiness, Bhutan. The first three open in August: on a hillside between apple orchards and pine forest just south of the capital Thimphu; amid the rice fields of the Punakha Valley; and within 12thcentury ruins above the National Museum of Bhutan in the gobsmackingly pretty Paro Valley. www.sixsenses.com/resorts/bhutan/lodges/thi mphu/destination

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WA ALE ISLAND RESORT We are a careful and thoughtfully planned conservation resort development that has been officially sanctioned by the Myanmar Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation and The Ministry of Hotel and Tourism Our intention is to invite guests to experience the natural beauty of the Myeik Archipelago in a luxury camp that encourages responsible and sustainable care for the environment. waaleresort.com

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RAFFLES SINGAPORE Opened in 1887, Raffles Singapore is one of the few remaining great 19th century hotels in the world. No visit to Singapore is complete without a stay at Raffles; tradition demands it. www.raffles.com/singapore


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Maharajas's Express, the luxury tourist train owned and operated by Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd. (a Govt of India Enterprise). Arguably the most luxurious train in the world, it has carved a niche for itself in the Luxury Train Segment in a short span of time.

take care of the guests. All coaches have Direct Dialing telephones to make international calls, in room electronic safety lockers and spacious wardrobes. Both the Presidential Suite and Suites have Bath Tub and Mini Bar Services also.

Maharajas' Express is enviable in many aspects most spacious cabins, environment friendly toilet systems, Wi-Fi internet connectivity, CCTV cameras in Public Areas to ensure security, individual climate control in each cabin and much more.

To take care of medical needs of guests, a Paramedic is available 24X7 onboard. And while the guests are in awe of the train, the itineraries have been crafted to give them an insight into imperial India. There are Six journeys to choose from:

A lifetime experience, the journey on Maharajas' Express brings one closer to bygone era of imperial India. So while the chefs, trained in world cuisine, tickle the taste buds with their gourmet delights from the state of the art kitchen, the barman, servers and valets pamper guests and take care of all their needs during the entire journey.

The Heritage of India Mumbai – Ajanta – Udaipur – Jodhpur – Bikaner – Jaipur – Ranthambore – Agra – Delhi Gems of India/Treasures of India Delhi – Agra – Ranthambore – Jaipur – Delhi

Savoring the culinary delights sitting in either of the two restaurants, one can have a glimpse of the picturesque hinterland from the large windows specially created for the Maharajs' Express. This coupled with piped music makes dining on the Maharajs' Express a memorable experience. The menus are a mix of traditional Indian and continental dishes, to suit all requirements.

The Indian Panorama

For the book lovers, Maharajas’ Express has the best collection on Indian art, culture, history. The guests can relax in the Safari Bar or the Rajah Club, and choose from our selection of house pours which are complimentary, choicest wines and liquors.

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With 4 categories of onboard accommodation to choose from, guests can select the cabin they would wish to spend their sojourn. The train can accommodate 88 guests. The coaches named after precious gems have personal Valets attached to

Delhi – Jaipur – Ranthambore – Agra – Gwalior – Khajuraho – Varanasi – Lucknow – Delhi The Indian Splendour Delhi – Agra – Ranthambore – Jaipur – Bikaner – Jodhpur – Udaipur – Balasinor – Mumbai

Delhi – Agra – Ranthambore – Jaipur – Jodhpur Osiyan – Udaipur – Delhi The offboard experience with our experienced escorts, Guest Relation Executives include visit to important monuments coupled with unique activities and events at exclusive locations, making the overall experience, truly an enriching one. *One time special departure on 19th March 2017

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AMANYA Just outside downtown Shanghai, a cherished camphor forest sets the scene for Aman's fourth destination in China: Amanyangyun. Meaning ‘nourishing cloud’, yangyun is a reference to expanding the ‘cloud’ of the mind with knowledge – a philosophy borne by the story of the trees and dwellings at Amanyangyun's heart. This introspective retreat belies a remarkable tale of a forest transported, and a history preserved. www.aman.com/resorts/amanyangyun


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Designed by renowned Italian architect Piero Lissoni, the hotel and residences offer intimate luxury that radiate urban sophistication, providing an elegant and calm oasis amidst the dynamic backdrop of one of Asia’s most sophisticated cities.

The Middle House is the sixth hotel in Asia from Swire Hotels and the fourth House under Swire Hotels’ award-winning – The House Collective. www.themiddlehousehotel.com


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COQUI COQUI

BORA BORA

In an exciting new move for the Coqui Coqui Residences and Spa portfolio, Coqui Coqui Bora Bora is being developed on the French Polynesian island, marking the very first time the Coqui Coqui Residences & Spa concept will leave its native Mexico. Inspired by Polynesian flowers, fruits, woods, and herbs, perfumer Nicolas Malleville of the Yucatan-born Perfumeria has begun a new chapter on the island of Bora Bora. The history and olfactory dream of Malleville now continues, after a longterm vision of one day bringing his project to French Polynesia. During his first trip to the islands in 1999, Malleville was enchanted by the isolated, majestic lands — the islands are home to a lush array plants because of the tumultuous volcanic mountains and the vast sea,

making Bora Bora a perfumer’s dream. The mild tropical climate allows Bora Bora to exist as a true paradise, filled with colorful landscapes that offer an abundance of fragrant, natural scents. Known as the jewel of the South Pacific, Bora Bora is the most emblematic place within the Polynesian triangle. The extraordinary beauty to be found within its gem-colored, emerald and turquoise lagoon is second to none. Even further, these islands stand apart because of the authentic smiles and soulful personalities of the Polynesian population. www.coquicoqui.com/borabora


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BAGLIONI RESORT MALDIVES Lose yourself in the vastness of the Indian Ocean…and find yourself again, luxuriating blissfully under a palm tree. This is just one of the unique experiences that await you at Baglioni Resort Maldives. Dreamily resplendent on the island of Maagau in Dhaalu atoll, a 40-minute hop by seaplane from the capital, Malé, this remarkable resort is awash with tropical natural beauty. Its comprehensive comforts offer an

unforgettable stay with a blend of sport, relaxation and prestigious gourmet dining to suit its exclusive international clientele. It is a piece of paradise in true Baglioni Hotels style. www.baglionihotels.com/branches/baglioniresort-maldives


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FOUR SEASONS RESORT SEYCHELLES AT DESROCHES ISLAND Adventure and rejuvenation awaits you at Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island- the only resort on the captivating coral island. Create your own castaway paradise, enjoying unrivalled privacy and absolute freedom. www.fourseasons.com/seychellesdesroches

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