Print guidebook about Taiwan covering cultural and nature attractions, dining, festivals and more for Taiwan Tourism Bureau in collaboration with CNBC Singapore published as part of 2021 tourism campaign welcoming back foreign visitors to Taiwan. Available in English, French and German.
Jet to the Maldives and check into an overwater villa; feel like royalty in a newly converted, iconic, century-old hotel in Seoul; or soak in a private hot spring in a Japanese mountain resort. These new hotels in Asia and Australia are all about immersive experiences that also deliver luxury in spades.
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Travel is about education, and one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the local culture is by picking up or honing a skill while on the road. The choices are endless: flower arrangement, dumpling-making, history lessons in a haunted prison.
A weekend in Seoul means bicycle rides along the Han River, visiting ancient palaces and quirky neighborhoods. There is good food — whether kimbap from a market or fine dining centered on Korean herbs — everywhere, and there are bespoke bars in converted hanoks.
The range of hotels in Ibiza is as dizzying as the island's nightlife options. Family-friendly to adults-only, party-centric to design-centric, the many hotels that line the sunbathed coast all offer ever-present sea views and multiple outdoor infinity and rooftop pools to choose from.
Imagine your private bell tent that unzips into ancient woodland or vast farmland. There's no need to rough it up to enjoy the British countryside this summer – you've earned that relaxing soak in a hot tub in the pastures.
A subtropical Portuguese island off the coast of North Africa, Madeira is synonymous with Madeira wine, but it also has a beautiful coastline with pebbly beaches and natural saltwater pools backed with rugged mountains that teem with waterfalls and ancient forests.
Wander historical shophouses, marvel at modern art, trek through mangrove swamps, and feast on local delicacies and imbibe futuristic cocktails — the garden city is more than its immaculate image.
These family-friendly hotels from Wales to the Lake District offer activities to keep children occupied while the grown-ups can have a spa break – or go fishing or enjoy a gin tasting session.
From fairy tale castles in enchanted woodlands to towers atop hills, haunted castles and posh countryside dwellings, these 10 magnificent castles spanning Medieval times to the Victorian era are calling for a getaway.
A dip in the sea sounds glorious and we’ve all earned it. Whether you’re dreaming of a simple ice cream on a pier or something wild and adventurous, these seaside towns are calling.