Tag Archives: luxury

This Is Why Dubai Should Be Added To Your Bucket List

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Dubai has come a long way from being a quaint fishing town, to one of the most populous, luxurious, sought after, 5-star getaways in the UAE. The opulence of this Emirati city, is in a league of it’s own. With no shortage of sprawling beaches, high-end shopping and  exotic sports cars, Dubai has everything and more all one extravagant package. ...

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Spotlight on Namibia: Luxury, Camping, Adventure, and Romance

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Situated on the west coast just north of South Africa, Namibia is quickly becoming one of the hottest luxury destinations in the world. Namibia is the fourth largest country in Africa and its vast landscape is jaw-dropping and beautiful. Mostly comprised of unspoiled land, Namibia invites you to enjoy everything from vast deserts to hundred foot high sand dunes and ...

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Maldives: What Dreams Are Made Of


Tucked away in South Asia, the Maldives have been a hidden gem for quite some time, but with high profile vacationers like Kevin Hart and Sienna Miller, this island nation is back on the map. The Maldives are composed of 26 atolls in the Indian Ocean, Southwest of India and Sri Lanka. Unspoiled white sandy beaches, crystal clear water and colourful ...

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Fethiye, the Turkish Delight

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By  Yolanda Valentina The natural beauty of Turkey’s Aegean region is only one of the alluring facets of Fethiye. Built on the ruins of the ancient city of Telmessos, named in honor of an Ottoman Empire pilot, and victim of multiple devastating earthquakes – Fethiye has a lot to offer its visitors. Fethiye is an unknown jewel internationally, only familiar ...

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The Bellevue Syrene: A True Gem On The Amalfi Coast

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Impeccable service, old-school charm and creature comforts including massages and delicious food are just a few among many ways to describe this luxurious five star city-centre hotel & spa peaking on the waves, with terraces dominating the Gulf of Naples and the picturesque Mount Vesuvius in the background. The Bellevue Syrene, one of Sorrento’s most well-known hotels, is located in a ...

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Saint Lucia’s Jade Mountain Resort: Flawless, Beautiful, Serene, Tranquil & Secluded


Rising majestically above the 600 acre beach front resort of Anse Chastanet, Jade Mountain Resort on St. Lucia’s south-western Caribbean coastline is a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating St. Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty. Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with Caribbean nature in his creation of Jade Mountain St. Lucia. The bold architectural design – ...

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Unique Dining Experiences

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Culinary experiences don’t need to be confined to traditional restaurant settings, especially when travelling.   OBSERVATION WHEEL DINING IN SINGAPORE Where: Singapore The Singapore Flyer, the world’s second largest observation wheel, arranges glitzy butler-serviced dinners on-board a private capsule. As you rotate 540 feet above landmarks like the F1 Circuit and Collyer Quay, indulge in a four-course meal with selections ...

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London Takes The Throne As World’s Most Expensive City

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  London has overtaken Hong Kong as the world’s most expensive city to live and work in, with a new study suggesting it is almost twice as pricey as Sydney, and four times more than Rio de Janeiro. The estate agent Savills said that in London, rising rents and the strong pound had pushed up the typical cost per individual ...

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The Helsinki-Guggenheim Arm Wrestle Drags On – Why?

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By David McKenzie Paris-based French-Japanese architecture firm Moreau Kusunoki were recently announced winners of a high-profile competition to design Helsinki’s proposed Guggenheim museum. The consciously modest, utilitarian design features separate buildings of charred timber, connected by external walkways, with one central focal point. It has been labelled a “wake-up call to architecture,” featuring a return to a dedication to functional ...

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