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Worth The Wait

The recent dining restrictions are sure to build up your appetite for a fine meal once possible. Here are the top spots to make a beeline for when the chance comes.

The Heart Of Māori

Designed to evoke the ambience of a Māori wharenui (house) with a touch of luxury, Park Hyatt Auckland overlooks Waitematā Harbour, inviting guests to luxuriate in its 47sqm to 245sqm rooms and suites.

A Modern Landmark

Soaring high against the cityscape of downtown Chongqing, China, InterContinental Chongqing Raffles City makes a statement at Raffles City complex, a landmark comprising four skyscrapers connected at the top by The Crystal, a skybridge spanning 300m

Mix Business With Leisure

Pullman Yueyang makes its entrance in the Hunan province as the city’s first international upscale branded hotel.

Distiller For A Day

Homegrown one-year-old Brass Lion Distillery is now ready to turn you into a gin master for a day, thanks to its dedicated Gin School ($198), a unique three-hour workshop where up to 10 participants at a time get hands

Golden Age Of Bars

New bars are bringing their genteel touch to the drinks scene in Singapore.

A Work Of Art

If your wine cellar holds Petrus and magnums of Krug, it’s only logical to keep them carefully cellared for long-term enjoyment.

Everything Chinese

With a striking dining room accented by glinting jade features, Moon Lok Chinese Restaurant takes a leaf from culinary archives to shine a spotlight on traditional Chinese cuisine.

A Tale Of One Chef

Six stories, four restaurants and one visionary add up to San Francisco’s new culinary hotspot. ONE65 is the brainchild of James Beard-award-winning chef Claude Le Tohic, and he has opened the fourth and final concept, O’ by Claude Le Tohic. 

Anglo-Indian Flavours

Inspired by traditional mess halls where army officers meet over food, Rajasthan Rifles is where you can experience a taste of Anglo-Indian cuisine. Opened by Black Sheep Restaurants, the colonial-inspired establishment offers banquette seating.