Danube River, Europe I have been a traveler since I can barely walk, and have experienced basically most modes of transportation and travel, from riding tuktuks in streets of Bangkok, to hopping small wooden boats in Vietnam, to flying Business Class from Hong Kong to Frankfurt. However, never have I gone sailing in a cruiseContinue reading
A perpetual dreamer, an eternal nomad and a Francophile at heart.
Da Nang, Vietnam On the silver white sands of Bac My An Beach lies Pullman Danang Beach Resort, an exceptional property boasting minimalist modern luxury with a tropical feel. With it’s lush gardens, manicured lawns, Fiber-Stars swimming pool, and exceptionally clean private beach, Pullman Danang Beach Resort is a true oasis in the vibrant, up-and-comingContinue reading
Zürich, Switzerland Switzerland has always been a dream to visit, from the best luxury brands, to food, to gorgeous sceneries, to cheese and chocolates, this country seem to have it all. My introduction to Switzerland couldn’t be more perfect, being welcomed in the sleek, luxurious, five-star superior historical Zurich city hotel, Atlantis by Giardino. TheContinue reading
Paris, France An actress, an artist, and a world-renowned ballet dancer of Belle Époque, Cléo de Mérode was the IT Girl of Paris in the twentieth century. A contemporary of Gabrielle Chanel, Cléo was said to be one of the first celebrity icons, her charm and glamour eventually was recognized more than her dancing skills,Continue reading
Paris, France Just over 2 years young, in the heart of the vibrant Bastille neighborhood, Eastern Paris city center welcomed it’s first five-star hotel, Hôtel Paris Bastille Boutet. Housed in the historic building, Maison Boutet was originally built in 1926. This boutique hotel which was a former exotic wood supplier then a chocolate factory paysContinue reading
Budapest, Hungary I’ve only been to Central Europe once before and had been itching to go back and visit the city of Budapest. Although it may not be as popular as London or Paris, Budapest is just as lovely. The grand architecture of century-old buildings, the lovely bridges connecting Buda and Pest sides, and theContinue reading