A boutique hotel in Manila's Malate district makes an impressive first impression with a lovely lobby and stylish food and beverage outlets. But guest rooms seem well past their sell-by dates. Are they due for a makeover?
A festive celebration is held at Hung Shing temples on the 13th day of the 2nd moon to honour Hung Shing, a historic figure that was deified after his death because contribution to the well-being of fishermen.
Where to eat in Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong: an informal cafe in a renovated housing estate serves yummy Hong Kong food at breakfast, lunch, and dinner in comfortable surroundings at reasonable prices.
Top 10 things to see and do in Manila: a sprawling metropolis of six cities and 12 towns with modern skyscrapers, world class museums, leafy parks, quirky transportation, fascinating heritage sites, massive shopping malls,and one of Asia's best marine parks.
The Vasterbottens Museum in Umea Sweden is a must-see for history buffs. There are two parts: the Gammlia Open-Air Museum, which is open in the warmer months, and an indoor museum, which is open year round. Great for families!
Elvis Presley fans will soon have a new hotel to stay at when making pilgrimages to Memphis, Tennessee: the Guest House at Graceland, with 450 rooms, 19 specially designed suites, and two restaurants.
From reconstructed medieval buildings to a palatial palace to a castle to a centre for architecture and design to a royal coin cabinet, 15 museums in Stockholm Sweden are free. This quick guide offers links to all of them.
The Rococo Machine, an opera commissioned to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the historic Drottningholm Palace Theatre, premieres in Stockholm, Sweden. The theatre is located on the grounds of the royal palace.
22 Degrees North is a concept store in Kowloon's Sham Shui Po district run by four young designers selling an eclectic mix of consumer goods. It is one of several retail businesses to set up shop in the gritty district in recent years.
The garment supply shops lining the gritty streets of Kowloon's Sham Shui Po district provide more than resources for fashion design students at SCAD Hong Kong. They also supply endless yards of inspiration!