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One of my favourite shows this trip to Europe. Polish artist Alicja Kwade’s exhibition. Exploring space, time and the art of “being”. I found it really calming and hits the spot with being mindful and in the moment of this reality, changing perceptions. “Out of Ousia translates loosely to ‘out of the substance’ – the […]

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I recently looked into family-friendly getaways in Asia for this Hong Kong Tatler piece… if you haven’t already made plans for next week, maybe some ideas for next year while planning head? Read more here

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For the December 2018 of Travel + Leisure, I did a 6 page feature story on Macao on where to stay, what to do, and where to eat in the city I called home for 4.5 years. Download PDF here.  

Last year, we made our friend a couple of hours from Amsterdam to Anvers in Belgium, on the insistence of my husband to have dinner at his friend chef Frédéric Chabert’s restaurant Dome. Fred was formerly at Petrus in Hong Kong and returned to Europe to open his own restaurant. Dome is a beautiful intimate […]

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It’s been a while since I was back in Shanghai without rushing between meetings with little opportunity to re-discover the city. You may have read my Shanghai Escapades Story in the Singapore Straits Times, or my review of The Middle House for D+A magazine, here’s my round up of the best 5 new Shanghai hotel openings […]

When I was still working at the corporate office for Four Seasons, this was the newly acquired property in the French Riveria that everyone was really excited about.  I am grateful I got to visit and have lunch at La Veranda. We made a day trip down from Monaco, a 20minutes drive down the coast […]

I am so late with posts. I’ve gone and returned from France twice now and didn’t get down to writing about Jamin. Late last year, we had lunch at this wonderful restaurant helmed by chef Hervé Rodriguez. It’s also the original location of the first restaurant of the late chef Joel Robuchon. He opened Jamin in 1981 […]

My story, a double page spread was out in yesterday’s Straits Times, it’s behind a paywall so I’m sharing it here as I always believed travel tips and info are best shared to enhance other people’s trips and experiences. All the photos were taken by me except the Starbucks Roastery and Bvlgari hotel’s pool.   […]

After living in Macao for over 4.5 years, I have to say that Morpheus hotel is the only casino hotel that doesn’t make me feel like I’m in Macao. I could be anywhere – Barcelona, Singapore, London. You feel like you’re anywhere but Macao. View this post on Instagram Perspectives. Riding the glass capsule elevator […]

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If you’ve never seen Southeast Asia by train, here’s your chance. The Eastern & Oriental Express is Southeast Asia’s answer to the famed Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, one of the world’s most luxurious private trains transporting travellers between London and great European cities, including Venice. Filled with old-world grandeur, colonial influences and indigenous charm, the luxury sleeper […]

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