- Published: Monday, 25 October 2010 02:52
- Published by Tania Ng
Yes that’s right, London’s West End smash hit musical Grease is coming to Hong Kong this October for a strictly limited season. The 25-strong, spectacular international cast will turn the Lyric Theatre of Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts into Rydell High School in a stage production that’s truly electrifying!
Think sexy, stylish and seductive. Carat’s* new serpentine collection is the latest must have this summer. Inspired by Greek Mythology Medusa and Rod of Asclepius, the line is all about tribal chic featuring black, white and champagne diamond stone adorned snakes with piercing ruby eyes entwined on the designs (talk about sinful appeal!).
When I heard Forest Bird opened its doors, I immediately loved the whole concept of an airy cafe combined with a women's clothing boutique – French dessert and designer clothes, what more can a girl want!
The super cosy three-storey boutique store is the newest addition to Staunton Street and was founded and designed by the very fashion passionate Ulrike Pohl. The interior of this tres chic boutique reflects her background in architecture, interior design and taste for high-fashion.
Just watched Elizabeth Gilbert’s ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ and felt a sudden urge to take off for some self discovery?
Orient Express resort Ubud Hanging Gardens in Bali is offering a special Eat, Pray, Love package for anyone who wishes to follow in Gilbert’s footsteps.
You don’t have to fly a few thousand miles to Maldives to find secluded paradise. Nestled on the Kamala Cliffs, west of Phuket is “Heavens of Heavens” Paresa Resort- an oasis of tranquillity and unrivalled luxury only 3 hours away!
To celebrate their opening this summer, Paresa is offering an Opening Summer promotion for those who want to indulge in the exclusivity in their slice of paradise. Guests who book any Paresa pool suite or pool villa at the best available rate will receive an additional range of indulgences guaranteed to pamper and relax.
Eating is practically a hobby in Taiwan. If you have ever visited the country, you will remember the plethora of bustling night markets in the streets bursting with Taiwanese culinary. Deep fried chicken breasts, spring onion pancakes, grilled Taiwanese sausages and Chinese herbal teas are all famous authentic Taiwanese snacks. Thinking of booking the next flight to Taiwan? No need!
It’s all about spice, herbs and hot sizzling dishes at the “Sizzling Malay-ficence” dining promotion. All throughout July and August, The Place’s Chef Chaw will be cooking up exotic South East Asian delicacies which will be featured at The Place’s buffet.