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Hospitality

One night in Yangon

The Shwedagon Pagoda

As Myanmar opens its doors,Hazel Knowles finds the commercial capital, Yangon, is ready for business - well, almost. Pictures by Cedric Arnold.

Saturday, 17 November, 2012, 11:13pm

Uplifting experience

THE VIEW FROM WOOLOOMOOLOO'S ROOFTOP COULD BE FRIENDLIER THAN THE RESTAURANT'S SERVICE

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FARE Mixed selection of Australian-style grub.

15 Nov 2012 - 12:42am

A granny flat like no other

A granny flat like no other

Modern style was achieved with traditional techniques in a typical Hong Kong high-rise.

20 Oct 2012 - 11:34pm

Weird and wonderful

Weird and wonderful

From parasite museums to cat cafes, Stephen Lacey explores some of Tokyo’s wackier attractions.

7 Oct 2012 - 12:06am

Harbour masters

AL MOLO RESTAURANT HAS A BUSY ATMOSPHERE AND GREAT VIEWS OF HONG KONG ISLAND, WHEN THE QUAY IS EMPTY

Take in the breathtaking view while sampling some of the best cuisine in town.

15 Nov 2012 - 12:44am

Rocky roads

Yellowstone National Park, founded in 1872, is the world's first national park. It's also home to one of the world's largest calderas with more than 300 geysers and 290 waterfalls. Photos: Corbis

Alf Alderson takes a road trip through the sublime landscapes of Idaho and Montana.

9 Oct 2012 - 9:54am

High dining

THE 41ST-STOREY VIEWS OF LE 188 IN NORTH POINT'S HARBOUR GRAND HOTEL REMIND GUESTS THEY ARE DINING IN ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CITIES IN THE WORLD.

Tuck into some of the finest food in town, with the world at your feet.

15 Nov 2012 - 1:00am

Winter wonderland

Ash from volcanic eruptions blankets the notorious Eyjafjallajökull Glacier, which make a dramatic backdrop for the country's golf courses like Westman Island. Photo: Corbis

Fiery yet frozen, poetic yet powerful, Iceland is a land of contrasts that confounds expectations, writes Lara Brunt.

9 Oct 2012 - 9:55am

Pair of aces

Turkey / Snail roll with chicken mousse, chestnut and sage stuffing at chef's table, at the ritz-carlton hong kong. Photos: May Tse

Delightful combination at the Chef's Table qualifies as fine dining at a high level, writes Robin Lynam.

3 Sep 2013 - 5:51pm

Point of view

 Café Gray Deluxe pairs magnificent views with a menu designed by chef Gray Kunz in admiralty.

Hong Kong's fantastic vistas are appreciated by diners who enjoy the high life, writes Janice Leung.

15 Nov 2012 - 12:56am

Open for business

Open for business

The Siam in Bangkok, Pentahotels in Beijing and London's Town Hall Hotel are winning fans -and awards - as they cater to the design-savvy traveller seeking a unique holiday experience. Divia Harilela catches up with the three young Asian hoteliers behind the über-cool properties.

2 Nov 2012 - 2:26pm

Greek chic

PHOTOS: DAVID DE VLEESCHAUWER

The new Amanzoe resort is putting a little known part of the country on the map - and for all the right reasons. Debbie Pappyn pays a visit.

22 May 2014 - 4:08pm

ICAC opening new HQ meant more entertaining, says Timothy Tong

Lawyer Peter Wong Ting-kwong (left) with troubled Timothy Tong during the Legco committee's grilling. Photo: Sam Tsang

At a Legislative Council committee hearing into his hospitality spending, Tong attributed the higher entertainment bills racked up during his five-year tenure at the Independent Commission Against Corruption to a rise in the number of visitors to the agency's headquarters in North Point after it opened in 2007.

19 May 2013 - 5:55am 2 comments

Park Hotel puts Hong Kong at heart of growth plans

Park Hotel chief executive Allen Law says oversupply has made the group cautious about the mainland hotel market. Photo: Edward Wong

Park Hotel Group, controlled by Law Kar-po, is expanding in the city 10 years after it bought the four-star Park Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui at a bargain price during the Sars outbreak.

2 May 2013 - 3:47am

Ex-ICAC chief silent amid questions over lavish hospitality spending

Timothy Tong

Former ICAC commissioner Timothy Tong Hin-ming continues to lie low despite calls to explain extravagant spending on hospitality for mainland officials during his five-year tenure.

Tong, who stepped down last year as the commissioner of the Independent Commission Against Corruption, has not responded since the scandal started making headlines last week.

29 Apr 2013 - 12:48pm 8 comments

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