Hoi An Lantern festival is an age-old tradition that is run on the 14th day of every lunar month. During the festivial, Hoi An switches off its lights and closes to motorized traffic. The town is transformed by flickering candlelight, multi-coloured lanterns and hoards of visitors. The lantern festival has become popular enough that even if your visit isn’t on the full moon date you can still participate in the Hoi An traditional full moon festival just about any night.
Foods & Drinks
Bingsu (shaved ice with toppings) is a popular snack food found almost everywhere in Korea during the summer months. Lots of dessert businesses are coming up with more creative concoctions to delight their customers when bingsu becomes a name that can not miss in a menu.
Cat Tien National Park is the reserve of natural resources in Viet Nam with lots of rare, specious and endemic genes of fauna and flora
Hotels & Resorts
The Rachamankha is one of Chiang Mai’s best designed and most graceful properties: a 25 room boutique extravaganza furnished with antiques that looks and feels like a heritage hotel but is actually a very modern, hyper peaceful garden retreat for couples looking for privacy in stylish surroundings.
The Mandarin Oriental has been a fixture of Hong Kong social life since 1963.
The Plaza Athénée is a 374 room luxury high-rise hotel in downtown Bangkok, close to the city’s main shopping areas and the Skytrain.