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Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur

Coming from the purity, spirituality and serenity of Bali, we arrive to the frantic Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and nothing like a hotel with the Hyatt seal to enjoy a short stay in the city. Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur is located right in the “centre of action” of the city, from our window we saw the imposing Petronas Twin […]

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Visiting Singapore in 3 Days – Day 3

3rd DAY – Ya Kun On our 3rd and last day (I would stay for a month if I could!) we can almost state it was a quite gastronomical day! We started the day with the Asian and European breakfast delights at The South Beach Hotel (see), but decided to do a second breakfast, and here […]

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Visiting Singapore in 3 Days – Day 2

2nd DAY – Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden and Dempsey Hill We started the day with one of those breakfasts that almost seem like a brunch, and we were ready for another day of adventure! For today we had scheduled to meet one of the places I was most interested in, given my passion […]

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Visiting Singapore in 3 Days – Day 1

We arrived in Singapore around noon, and just the simple experience of the airport and the journey to the hotel was enough to realize this was a promising trip. The airport is super organized and the employees are extremely nice and polite, and already here was noticeable the cleanliness they’re used to. The trip from […]

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Massages in Thailand

Hotel Intercontinental Bangkok Well, everybody knows that if there’s something you really have to try in Thailand are the massages, right? This country is known in the entire world as being the country of massages. There are massages for every taste (really every single one!), including the bad reputation ones, I chose to try the […]

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Wat Pho How to describe Bangkok? For me, no doubt, a completely paradoxical city! We found ourselves in front of old and shinning temples competing with modern and giant skyscrapers, frantic traffic 24 hours a day (YES, 24h! I never in my life saw so much confusion together) competing with serene images of Buddha and […]

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