Travel

Explore HK in YOO style

Ever wanted to know where to go in Hong Kong to get the best food, fashion and cultural advice? Then look no further than personalized YOO tours from J Plus Hotel.

YOO tours from J Plus Hotel | Hong Kong If you have ever found yourself in Hong Kong and overwhelmed by the choice of activities, restaurants, shops and attractions then J Plus Hotel by YOO, has come up with the simple solution of YOO tours. These personalised tours are catered for your particular whim – whether it be following the unique insights of celebrity chef Walter Kei, tips and trends from fashion guru Humphrey Cheung, or ...

August 20, 2017

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TwentyFOUR Hours in Washington DC

With almost 200 exciting attractions to explore, frequent lively happenings around town and a value-friendly package on offer, Washington DC is the ultimate city break destination for 2017.

Washington DC’s story Washington DC, the US capital, is home to a number of famous landmarks including the White House, Capitol Building and the Washington Monument. Due to the recent US Presidential Inauguration and cinematic release of the new Jackie film, Washington DC has become one of the most talked about cities of the year so far. Beyond the politics however, there is a plethora of dining experiences, events and attractions available ...

August 18, 2017

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Check In | Secluded island retreats

Don't keep your holidays simple, check out FOUR's private island resorts...

Secluded island retreats in unique private locations... COMO Maalifushi, Maldives Maalifushi by COMO is the first luxury resort to land on the pristine Thaa Atoll in the archipelago’s southwest. Among other Maldives island hotels, Maalifushi sets itself apart with understated style and that captivating barefoot chic that COMO private island resorts have become so well-known for. Overwater villas, strings of ...

August 16, 2017

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Letting time stop in Vietnam

Beware: when you reach the Banyan Tree Lang Co in Central Vietnam, your plans may go out the window, writes Sophie Hull.

Guilty pleasures  Until now, our Vietnam trip had been something of a heady, hectic experience. We’d travelled by train, taxi, boat, kayak, bicycle and on foot through frenetic, motorbike-ruled cities and sleepy, isolated hill-tribe towns alike. And, as much as we’d revelled in each and every encounter with a culture unlike our own, we had to admit we were rather tired. It was with a sense of giving ourselves up to fate ...

August 14, 2017

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