On the 31st of December, the Bangkok Balldrop at lebua will once again put Thailand’s capital on the world map of New Year’s Eve celebrations as the 2 meter Bangkok Ball drops 15 meters from above Sirocco, the world’s highest alfresco restaurant. Visible from more than two kilometers across the city, the ball will be 265 meters up in the air, making it the most visible icon in Bangkok.
Set amid lush foliage on Lotus Mountain in Dalian, Northeast China, and overlooking Xinghai Square as well as Xinghai Bay and the Yellow Sea, The Castle Luxury Hotel Dalian boasts an opulent, contemporary design where each detail- from the wall decorations and furniture to the ornaments and art collections – tells a story.
Instagram is about great pictures of great places around the world. Millions of people have shared billions of photos throught the famous social network. As 2014 is about to end, here are the most instagrammed places in 2014. Some of them are really unexpected.
JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts plans to open its first Italian hotel in Venice and first resort in Europe in March 2015. The 266-room property, created in collaboration with award-winning Italian architect firm Matteo Thun & Partners, has an exceptional lagoon location on its own island, with stunning views of St Mark’s Square and La Serenissima.
Planning to spend the New Year’s Eve in Singapore and watch the phenomenal fireworks over the famous Marina Bay? Why not do this right from your hotel room window? Check out the best Marina Bay view hotels in Singapore.