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Sky Tower's Concierge at Solaire Resorts and Casino

Solaire is set to open the Sky Tower, a spacious and opulent addition to its luxurious array of living, gaming, dining, and entertainment centers. The 17-storey Sky tower features a 312 all-suite hotel, eight VIP junkets, a VIP-exclusive Chinese restaurant (House of Zhou) and whisky bar (Macallan Whisky Bar), state-of-the-art function rooms, and a 1760-seat lyric theater. The Sky Tower elevates Solaire yet another step higher into the very top Read more

ho chi minh city (saigon) arrival

Last year, I organized a backpacking tour with my office mates to visit Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. While Aaron and myself were busy with some other stuff, Roderick silently took our photos from behind. All these fifteen photos are courtesy of Roderick Ordoñez. 1. Arrival in Suvarnabhumi Airport (Bangkok) It was Aaron’s first time to be overseas and he was amazed how advanced the airport is, compared to the Philippines. Read more

Talisay Beach, El Nido

2015 is a Visit Philippines Year. In line with that, here are 30 awesome beach photos (in random order) from around the Philippines that you might want to peek. Daku Island, General Luna, Siargao Daku Island is one of the three gorgeous islands that float off the cost of General Luna in Siargao. This place if perfect for lunch stop during your island hopping. Aside from the relaxing breeze that Read more

Smack in the middle of the town of Baler stands the birthplace of the Philippines’ First Lady during the commonwealth government (1935 to 1944), Doña Aurora Aragon-Quezon. The house had undergone some major restoration but the original details and design were not altered. It retained its “bahay kubo” look featuring fine hardwood walls and nipa (Palmer’s grass) roof. Below are the photos inside and around the famed ancestral house in Read more

Our first stop for the day 2 of our Indochina tour was the Grand Palace. To reach the place, we boarded BTS at National Stadium station and got off at Saphan Taksin station. Sathorn Pier was just few steps away from the west exit of Saphan Taksin. We hopped on a boat, and then it turned into an instant cruise in Chao Phraya River.

When your visiting Macau’s famous landmark, The Ruins of St. Paul, don’t forget to drop by at Macau Museum. The museum is situated on the top of Fortaleza do Monte or Mount Fortress which is right beside the Ruins. With just HKD/MOP15.00 entrance fee ( for adults), you can see Macau’s history, tradition, and culture and witness how the West (Portugal) influenced this Chinese city. (click on the image to see Read more