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The view is spectacular!
Mount Pinatubo garnered the attention of the country during its tragic eruption in 1991. The effects of the eruption were unfortunately compounded by the accompanying monsoon, Typhoon Yunya. After the ashfall, the area experienced a rebirth, with the Aeta community being granted the Certificate ...
 
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Hotels and restaurants in Tokyo, Vietnam, Bali, and Taipei are embracing the sustainable food movement.
If you still think sustainability is a passing trend, data proves otherwise. Entire industries are embracing the movement and in 2018, a recorded 89 percent of businesses have acknowledged the need to address Sustainable Development Goals, reported by the World Business Council ...
 
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Sure, four-star hotels are nice. But wouldn't a luxurious home all to yourself be even better?
Let's call this story what it is: Villa Madness. After all, it's the ultimate travel fantasy: to call home, if only for a week, a to-die-for house in a legendary place. Fully staffed, of course. Here are some suggestions:Arise in the master ...
 
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This seaside region in Italy is a favorite of the fashion crowd.
Come summer, it seems the entire fashion set packs up and jets to Italy. This year, it was undoubtedly Puglia that became the locale du jour, and for Anina Hee, the London-based designer behind the very chic new label Refine, the time ...
 
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From an around-the-world trip to a celebrity chef's cooking class, these presents are perfect for the impossible-to-shop-for person on your list.
We all have that one person on our list who's impossible to shop for. They already have everything they want, they can't think of anything they want, or they're eschewing material possessions—whatever the reason, there's always that name that keeps you from ...
 
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A visit to Angkor Wat has much more to offer than spectacular Khmer ruins.
Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, is located in the middle of the jungle in northern Cambodia, but it attracts tourists from around the world who flock to the remote region to see the monumental structure. While Angkor Wat ...
 
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An exotic adventure in India, an island escape in southern Spain, and more.
Fall is approaching and with the anticipated chill, there comes an opportunity to cash in on some of that wanderlust before the holiday season arrives. But are you struggling with ideas for a destination? Fear not: we've got you covered. Whether you ...
 
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House or hotel? With this new crop of beautifully designed spaces from the Brando in French Polynesia to a new Belmond on the Amalfi Coast, now you'll never have to choose.
It's an ever-present dilemma: when traveling, do you opt for a hotel room or rent a home? There are pros and cons to each: Is it privacy you crave? 24-hour room service? Your own kitchen? A private pool? Thanks to competition from ...
 
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The Belle Etoile suite at Le Meurice in Paris's 1st arrondissement is the most decadent suite in Paris.
The seventh-floor penthouse of Le Meurice is the dream of Paris personified, with views from the hotel's sloped green roof of the city's most iconic landmarks, from the Eiffel Tower to the Sacré-Cœur basilica. Newly renovated by the design trio Charles Jouffre, Margaux ...
 
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In 2021, jetsetters will be able to live their most glamorous lives at the Greek island from the moment they land.
When Jackie Kennedy famously arrived in Mykonos in 1961, she was greeted by the mayor, famous dignitaries, and, notably, a large white pelican named Petros. Though it is impossible for modern jet-setters to replicate such an entrance, the newly redesigned Mykonos Airport might come ...
 
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It's located on an unassuming corner in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighborhood.
Our column "The Best Room At" offers a glimpse inside some of the most charming, luxurious, and iconic properties around the world.Located on an unassuming corner in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighborhood, Trunk Hotelmight be the city’s hippest hotel right now. When I told an ...
 
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The panoramic windows make sure you capture every magical snowflake.
Conjure a mental image of Switzerland, and what do you see? Snowy peaks with skiiers shushing ever downwards, for sure, and sweet little villages laid like blankets among them, plus bubbling fondue pots and piles of fine chocolate bars — and perhaps ...
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