Experience the Nepali culture and traditions at Dwarika’s Hotel

Get out of the rut you’re living in and savor an idyllic vacation in Kathmandu. With architecture inspired by the grandeur of Newari royal palaces, Dwarika’s Hotel (Battisputali, Kathmandu, Nepal, +977 (01) 447-9488) seamlessly blends Nepali traditions with contemporary style. Journey into the ancient and exotic with the hotel’s Summer Package, starting at US$455 ($560) […]

The Dining Room introduces a new chef and a spruced up menu

Say hello to The Dining Room at Tanjong Beach Club‘s fresh face, chef Craig Schantz, and a revamped menu to boot. For light options, there’s a light bean salad with cucumber, fennel and cherry tomatoes, tossed in a stunning tofu vinaigrette and topped with candied walnuts ($19) or pan-seared scallops with charred cauliflower and carrot-black […]

Ted Baker’s 2011 Autumn/Winter Collection

For Ted Baker’s latest Autumn/Winter 2011 collections, the label has gone back to its countryside roots, but with a rugged edge. Cable knit detailing appears on jumpers and accessories, while leather and quilts provide further texture to other pieces, including trapper hats in melton wool and oilskin, tweed flat caps and chunky cable knit scarves—perfect […]

Travel Insider: Jo Soh

Fashion designer Jo Soh travels regularly to Australia and China, the former where she had a head start in fashion, and the latter where her clothes are being produced.

Travel Insider: Royston Tan

Acclaimed filmmaker Royston Tan travels regularly for major film festivals across the world, and counts KL as one of his favorite cities.