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A French restaurant takes the top prize for the first time in the ranking's history.
This year's awarding ceremony for the World's 50 Best Restaurants was filled with firsts.Mauro Colagreco’s Mirazur in Menton, France took the lead this year as the World’s Best Restaurant and the Best in Europe by San Pellegrino & Acqua Panna. The elegant ...
 
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It's part of The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Tour.
No, U2 isn't quite making its way to the Philippines—yet. But here’s the next best thing.The legendary Irish rockers have announced Asia and Oceania tour dates in support of the 30th anniversary of their seminal album The Joshua Tree, and if you’re ...
 
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It’s everything you can expect and more from the World’s Best Airport.
Often, airports are perceived as mere stopover points before transients arrive at their final destination. This was something Singapore’s Changi Airport Group sought to change when it publicly announced the construction of its new terminal, the Jewel Changi Airport. The renderings released ...
 
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Don't leave without trying at least one of these iconic dining establishments.
The dynamic city of Singapore is a commercial hub that's seen many fine establishments come and go. This makes it a challenge for chefs and restaurateurs to up their game and explore the new and the bold. If you ever find yourself ...
 
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The country's largest art fair was canceled just a little over a week before its scheduled opening.
Art Stage Singapore, one of the country’s largest contemporary art fairs in the last eight years, was canceled just a little over a week before its scheduled launch on January 24. Prestige Online published in full an email Art Stage Singapore president ...
 
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Harry Potter-themed airport displays, a newly awarded Michelin star restaurant, and the only rooftop bar in the world that serves its own tea-infused spirits.
Despite its small size, Singapore makes good on being a dynamic Asian city overflowing with unique business concepts that appeal to the global traveler. Here, new and obscure establishments and activities that may entice you to make that three-hour flight from Manila.Newly ...
 
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Redheads and blondes do have more fun.
The glorious Hermès silk scarf debuted in 1937, a classic symbol of luxury. Known in French as the carré, the silk square has been used as a ubiquitous accessory by tastemakers around the world.It is these clients who were recently welcomed to ...
 
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The extra costs will cover flights booked in September and October. New rates will apply for November and December.
One-way plane tickets for international flights from or to the Philippines will go up by an additional P381 to P3,632 in September and October 2018, depending on the distance, according to information from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB).The CAB, the government body ...
 
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Twelve world-class artists will command each stage of SING JAZZ totalling over 30 hours of live music spread throughout that single weekend.
The Singapore International Jazz Festival (SING JAZZ) is featuring twelve world-class artists who all share a passion for music. Rohan Marley's partner, Lauryn Hill, is an American singer-songwriter and rapper known for being the sole female member of The Fugees. Hill will ...
 
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A sojourn to Southeast Asia, a wintery escape for skiers, and other vacation ideas that'll inspire your next trip.
Craving a getaway but not quite sure where to go? Here are six wanderlust-worthy vacation ideas to put on your radar for February.While there’s certainly something to be said for visiting Venice in the summer, the city is arguably at its most ...
 
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Can’t decide where to go for the holidays? Let this be your guide.
If you haven’t booked that ticket or decided on a place to escape for the holidays yet, here's our list to guide you in choosing where to spend the long Christmas break. We’ve scoured through countless travel guides, our notes from our ...
 
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Your everyday manners may be more common on the other side of the globe.
Every jetsetter knows that manners are quite subjective — what's right in one country can be wildly disagreeable in another. Stylishly late for a dinner party? Expect frowns in Hungary and warm embraces in Argentina.Although most travelers learn to adapt to these ...
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