Destination: Bali

One of the Cultural Hubs of South East Asia Bali, the famed “Island of the Gods”, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth. Its diverse landscape of mountainous terrain, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides provide a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, … Read More

Bai San Hô • Vietnam

Bãi San Hô is another extraordinary addition to Zannier Hotels family Bãi San Hô is perched on a secluded peninsula of Phu Yen, uniting ancient rice paddy fields, verdant hilltops and kilometer-long beach on 98 hectares (245 acres). The resort promotes an immersion into Vietnam’s rich culture. Three restaurants range … Read More

Destination: Vietnam

Culture, coastal beauty, and colonial style Vietnam is a dramatic mix of Old and New and has taken its rightful place as one of Asia’s most vibrant, romantic, and traditional destinations. Explore dramatic, fascinating history in cities like Hanoi and Saigon, and relax on the country’s beautiful beaches. Entry Requirements: … Read More

COMO Shambhala Estate • Ubud Bali

The COMO Shambhala Estate is the flagship for COMO Shambhala Immerse yourself in serenity beyond imagination at COMO Shambhala Estate. Deep within the lush Balinese forest overlooking the Ayung River, this “retreat for change” offers a life perspective as tranquil as the waters below. Five multisuite residences are themed after … Read More

COMO Point Yamu • Phuket

One of the more sophisticated resorts in Phuket. COMO Point Yamu is a luxury resort located at the tip of Cape Yamu overlooking the Andaman Sea. All rooms, suites and villas at COMO Point Yamu have views of the sparkling waters of Phang Nga Bay. Activities and excursions include private … Read More

Destination: Nusa Tenggara / Komodo Island

Also known as the Lesser Sunda Islands — literally the “Southeast Islands” — they are divided into East Nusa Tenggara and West Nusa Tenggara and contain scores of ethnic groups, languages and religions, as well as Komodo lizards and more spectacular diving. West NT contains Lombok and Sumbawa and many … Read More

Destination: Bangkok

Thailand’s dizzying capital city is a culinary must-visit – a place where tiny street food stalls and Michelin-starred restaurants both draw a crowd. CAPELLA BANGKOK Sathon district, Chao Phraya River Size: 101 rooms Designer/Architect: Hamiltons International; Andy Miller and Richard Scott-Wilson Beyond the hustle and bustle of the city, you’ll … Read More

Destination: Thailand

The Land of a Thousand Smiles Fascinating culture and art, gorgeous architecture, glorious beaches, five-star hotels and resorts, scintillating nightlife and some of the finest cuisine in Asia – Thailand has it all. Thailand is often called “The Land of Smiles” because the mostly Buddhist people are extremely affable and … Read More

Destination: Phuket Island & The Andaman Coast

Derived from the Malay word bukit, or hill, Phuket was long known to European traders as Junk Ceylon, and a rich source of valuable tin. After an attack by the rival Burmese navy in 1785, which was repulsed by forces commanded by a local widow and her sister, Phuket rose … Read More

Destination: The Central Gulf of Thailand Coast / Koh Samui

Most Asian countries with coastline experience at least part of their wet season from June to August, but The Central Gulf of Thailand is one of the few places we recommend visiting at this time of year because it is typically hot and relatively dry. Beautiful, fine sand beaches on … Read More

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