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The World Ultra Wealth Report analyzed an exclusive group of ultra high net worth individuals across the world.
Wealth-X, a wealth information and insight company, has just released the World Ultra Wealth Report for 2018.The report found that the population of high net worth individuals in the world displayed strong growth—12.9 percent to 255,810 people from 2016. Wealth-X analyzed an ...
 
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Located in the City of Dreams Macau, Morpheus represents a new chapter in entertainment culture and hospitality for Asia.
Morpheus, Macau’s newest ultra-luxury hotel named after the Greek god of Dreams, stands tall and proud at 39 stories high over the Cotai strip with grace, beauty, and strength.It's one of the last projects of the late Dame Zaha Hadid, the Pritzker ...
 
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What is the Filipino traveler looking for?
You may not know Luis C. Monserrat, but you’ll definitely be familiar with the hotels he runs. His company, Hospitality Innovators Inc. (HII), operates and manages properties like The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences in Makati, Azumi Boutique Hotel in Alabang, The CrossWinds ...
 
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Manila Manila and More invites locals to see the city with fresh eyes.
For residents of Metro Manila, it’s easy to grow jaded about the place we call home. After all, there’s the ever-growing traffic, unreliable transport system, and pollution to contend with. But a new travel book called Manila Manila and More seeks to ...
 
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Take on the best of what the city offers in just two days.
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office earlier confirmed that Filipinos—along with nationals of the nine other member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and India—may visit the island nation of Taiwan visa-free until July 31, 2018. Of course, the grant ...
 
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There's an ideal venue for every type of wedding.
ManilaFor a traditional church wedding, Manila has a number of religious landmarks that hold a remarkable history tied to impeccable age-old walls and stained-glass windows. In Quiapo, the Basilica Menor de San Sebastian makes a great choice for its ancient architecture and ...
 
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It's known as the "World Cup of Underwater Competitions."
If you’re an underwater photography enthusiast, the Anilao Underwater Shootout is the perfect opportunity to put your skills to the test. Organized by the Department of Tourism (DOT) and Philippines Airlines (PAL), this year’s competition will take place from November 28 to ...
 
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There's a lot more to Cebu than lechon.
Cebu is a changed city, as its residents will tell you. The so-called “Queen City of the South” retains some of the laid-backness that it has often been characterized with, and yet you’d be lying if you still called it a small ...
 
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Some last-minute souvenir shopping? It's not because you forgot.
An airport is a bit of a magical place. It is where you get to consume IPAs at 7 a.m. like it's a totally normal thing to do, eat a gourmet burger at 7:30 and jet off to anywhere in the world ...
 
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Indulge, you deserve it.
Traveling via plane, especially if you're on a long-haul flight, can be a bit uncomfortable. Aside from the possibility of motion sickness, you have to endure not stretching your legs for a while, eating in-flight meals, and getting bored out of your ...
 
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Boracay is still Boracay, but this new hotel reimagines what else our most popular tourist destination could be.
Here’s a hotel that shouldn't make sense. First of all, the second of two Hue Hotels and Resorts is in Boracay—still the country’s top tourist destination, and whose relatively tiny 10.32sq.km. is already crowded with tourist accommodations.It’s not a beachfront property, either. Located right at the ...
 
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An itinerary for short but intense bursts of travel to a big and busy city.
Hong Kong. It's busy, fast-paced, and efficient. It's not a place for leisurely vacations or quiet contemplation. It's where you go when you want an itinerary bursting at the seams, nonstop activity, with rest reserved only when you're about to sleep. You've ...
 
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Make a difference in the Philippines... one travel destination at a time.
More than 100 million Filipinos live on the 7,600-plus islands that make up the Philippine archipelago. Despite bolstered tourism efforts, many parts of the Philippines, as well as the respective cultures of their islands, remain unknown to the greater international community.To this ...
 
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If this ad doesn’t have you packing your bags, we don’t know what will.
As of late, Philippine tourism ads have been, errrr, rather problematic, from the one titled Sights, which was pulled out due to accusations of plagiarism, to the cheesy Anak ad. Now it looks like we've finally gotten it right—and it's a provincial tourism board ...
 
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If you harbor dreams of being an explorer, then cave surveying could be for you.
“The great mountains have been climbed, the vast deserts crossed, long rivers run. Every corner of the planet has been mapped and analyzed, studied by satellite. As the global community shrinks, any explorer who would be the first to set foot on ...
 
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Your morning commute doesn't have to look dreary
Beauty and underground stations don't always go hand-in-hand, especially for the millions of daily riders slogging their way to work or school every day across the world. But the underground isn't always drab, dingy and dreary, as evidenced by these seven stunning ...
 
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The Philippines may have had the honor of hosting the 2017 Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit, but the region’s art lovers have another destination in mind when it comes to celebrating a milestone in ASEAN history.
The Philippines may have had the honor of hosting the 2017 Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit, but the region’s art lovers have another destination in mind when it comes to celebrating a milestone in ASEAN history. “Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast ...
 
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The Klook app gets you places without the hassle of booking so many things.
In the island paradise of Palawan, there were two places where we were instructed to keep our mouths shut. The monkeys in the tropical jungle wilderness are said to interpret toothy smiles as aggression. So we had to refrain from baring our ...
 
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Kappou Imamura offers guests a variety of enticing well-finished dishes made with premium ingredients and prepared with sophisticated techniques.
It is a common saying that good things in life come in threes, but Kappou Imamura brings you the best things in life in fives.The Japanese culinary principle Gomi, Goshiki, Goho can be translated to “five flavors, five colors, and five different ...
 
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The Russian government has proposed building a new 8,400-mile route
A journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway is often hailed as the trip of a lifetime, mostly because the 6,152 mile route between Moscow and Vladivostok is believed to be the longest you can take on just one train. Yet the historic railway ...
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