Shanghai to Japan cruise route launched

Shanghai to Japan cruise route launched

Shanghai to Japan cruise route launched

Known as the "Golden Land Route," these tours also take in Mt. Fuji, the majestic symbol of Japan, and Kyoto, the historic capital of Japan.

New luxury hotel opens doors in Clark

New luxury hotel opens doors in Clark

New luxury hotel opens doors in Clark

 Midori Clark Hotel and Casino, a new luxury hotel in Central Luzon, launched its grand opening on May 1, in celebration of Midori Casino's first anniversary.

Discover Hong Kong like a local: 7 places to see

Discover Hong Kong like a local: 7 places to see

Discover Hong Kong like a local: 7 places to see

This year, HKTB invites Filipinos to explore HK like a local via its new marketing campaign in the Philippines, "Best of All, It's in Hong Kong", which aims to highlight the city's rich diversity and off-beat dining, fashion, family entertainment, and natural attractions.

Manila now a cruise home port

Manila now a cruise home port

Manila now a cruise home port

As home port, Manila will not only be the start and end of Superstar Virgo's Manila-Laoag-Kaohsiung-Hong Kong route, it also puts Manila on the Asian cruising map currently dominated by Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand.

Tuscan travels (Part 1)

Tuscan travels (Part 1)

Tuscan travels (Part 1)

One of my favorite airlines, Qatar Airways, recently added the Italian city of Pisa to the growing list of cities it flies to. Prior to my recent visit to Pisa, the last time I was in the city was 17 years ago.

HOTEL OF THE WEEK

 Midori Clark Hotel and Casino, a new luxury hotel in Central Luzon, launched its grand opening on May 1, in celebration of Midori Casino's first anniversary.

There is a certain pride that is palpable in Silay City, Negros Occidental - whether talking to locals who generously share stories of their ancestors who were instrumental in the birth and flourishing of the bustling city, or just seeing the lo-vingly preserved heritage houses, a concrete testament to the pride Silay has in its roots.

I remember the pavements most of all. I find myself looking down at them all the time, often wondering where I am. Hong Kong, they say, is an easy place to navigate.

 

Some of our happiest moments were the quietest ones - watching the sunset from the peak of Namsan Hill, and the ducks and the carp at Cheonggyecheon Stream.

What's so special about a bunch of identical looking islands, even if there are over a hundred of them?