ACCESSORIES | BAGS | JEWELLERY | DECOR | ART
September 10, 2015
Whilst selecting our diverse product range for Temples and Markets, it got us thinking of all the incredible places to be found in the countries we are featuring on our E-store. We began reminiscing about the amazing locations, hotels and resorts we have been lucky enough to stay at over the years and started to list our favourites.
We wanted to share our favourites with you but where do we start and where do we end, every hotel wonderful in its own way? There are just so many factors that set Hotels in Asia apart from anywhere else in the world; the breakfast buffet, the décor, the spas, the gardens, the warm welcome and service, the landscaping of the pools and so much more. Each hotel we’ve shortlisted here have all those factors in common but also stand out because they have left us with memories we’ll treasure forever. #Bringbackthememories
Phu Quoc Island
With so many exquisite hotels to stay in Singapore, its hard to choose somewhere to stay each time we visit so we keep to a couple of favourites that we return to time and again.
Since the beginning of the 21st Century Siem Reap has grown into what feels like a purpose built tourist town exploding with creativity, superb restaurants and several wonderful places to lay your head after a hard day walking around the temples of Angkor.
It's a hard task to pick a hotel from the luxury selection of hotels in Siem Reap to call our favourite. We’ve been fortunate to stay at the boutique Anantara and Shinta Mani as well as The Park Hyatt. Cambodian warmth, service and feeling like you’re one of the family at all of these hotels is what made them memorable. The simplest thing to say is this “if you stay at any of these you’ll never want to leave!”
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May 22, 2018
Meditate With Monks
Every Saturday, the monks at Wat Sok Pa Luang offer an open meditation session that starts at 3 p.m. The monks describe the various types of mediation. They then teach visitors how to perform the various techniques. They hold a Q&A session at the end, during which they answer questions about meditation, Buddhism, or their lives as monks. While the older monks speak English fluently, many of the younger ones are just learning and use the sessions to practice their English.
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