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Borobudur & The Amanjiwo

My luxury travel highlight of 2019 was a trip to the temple of Borobudur in Indonesia. In reality, the temple was a cover to engineer a trip to the famed Amanjiwo, a luxury resort close to the Borobudur complex.  I …

Surfing At The Four Seasons Bali At Jimbaran Bay

In case you thought my fabulous luxury contributor Celine had had gone awol.. never fear, she is back with a review of the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay.  This was a family trip with kids (ages 8.5, 6 …

Nikoi Island Review

My friend Tania was seeking recommendations for child friendly resorts a boat ride from Singapore.  ‘Club Med Bintan?’ I offered, although I could already see her shaking her head.  ‘Batu Batu in Malaysia?’, then I remembered she quite fancied access …
beach dining Cempedak

Barefoot Luxury on Cempedak Private Island

I love traveling with Jetlag and Mayhem but sometimes you need a kid free minibreak.  It’s good for the soul.  So when my husband and I found ourselves with a few days to disappear, I had one destination in mind; …

Luxury In Lombok

Let me tell you about a luxurious hotel, nestled away at the top of a jungly island with beautiful beaches. A hotel dotted with the owners’ antiques, aside beautiful pools and endless grassy lawns by the sea.  Where the food …
Club Med Bintan Henna

Family Fun At Club Med Bintan Island

Have you ever been to a Club Med? It’s essentially a Kids Club for all ages (including me).  Now, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. Would the all-inclusive model allow me to drink cocktails whilst my kids were off …

5 Fun Family Friendly Activities In Bali

Considering a Bali trip? This Indonesian island offers a great summer sun alternative when summer monsoons loom over much of South East Asia.  The island is home numerous accommodation and vacation options, whether you want to learn to surf in Kuta, …

Montigo Nonsa Resort – Batam Island, Indonesia

‘Where’s Batam Island?’ I hear you cry.  Well, despite being part of an Indonesian archipelago, it is only a 45 minute air-conditioned ferry ride away from Singapore.  The island is duty-free and attracting increasing numbers of tourists.  Whilst you might …
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