Tag Archives: Dining

Taichung’s Quirkiest Themed Restaurants

From toilets to airplanes and the ubiquitous Hello Kitty, Taiwan is well-known for its wacky themed restaurants. But it’s not all about Taipei. In recent years, a host of themed restaurants have sprung up in Taichung. Whether you fancy a journey through history, cuddling up with your favourite...

7 Festivals Only Penangites Will Know

Many travellers know Penang as a food paradise, with delectable dishes to devour at every turn and every hour. It is also the second smallest state in Malaysia, even though it is the third largest economic centre of the country (after Selangor and Johor). Besides Malacca, its...

Unmissable eats at Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Boston’s iconic Faneuil Hall Marketplace is revered as one of the top destinations in the city for great food. Located in the heart of Boston is Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston, providing the perfect base for shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment. Just across the street from this luxury...

Great places to grab a bite in Beijing’s CBD

Contrary to common perception, it is possible to find an inexpensive spot in Beijing’s bustling central business district for a quick bite when you have an hour or two to spare in between meetings. Beijing’s city centre spans almost four square kilometres and includes some of China’s...

Your Mag Mile checklist

The Magnificent Mile (or Mag Mile as it’s known to locals) is a tempting stretch of shops, hotels, restaurants and other landmarks along Michigan Avenue starting at the Chicago River and ending at Oak Street. You can shop ’til you drop at designer and chain stores from...

Explore Auckland on a plate

Best known for its captivating scenery and adventure tourism, the City of Sails is also home to some of New Zealand’s best dining experiences. From fresh fish and chips to elegant fusion cuisine, Auckland is filled with unmissable culinary delights, all within a few minutes’ walk of...

Tuck into Boston's comfort eats

As one of the oldest cities in the USA, Boston has played a big role in crafting what we now know as traditional American food. Home to a patchwork of immigrant communities and in close proximity to crisp waters and dairy farms, this city's cuisine is unique...

How to be a discerning sake drinker

Those unfamiliar with sake may find it difficult to discern between the good and the mediocre. Like Japanese culture itself, sake is subtle and nuanced. Here, Millennium Hotels and Resorts decodes the art of drinking Japanese rice wine so you'll look like an expert next time you're...

A taste of Manila’s gastronomic explosion

Earlier this year, CNN named the Philippines the second-best culinary destination in the world. Marisse Gabrielle Reyes finds out if Filipino food is experiencing a renaissance in her homeland, where foreign has always seemed better. Manila's grit and unpredictability, to me, was initially jarring – offensive, even....

10 weird things to do in Shanghai

The most memorable moments are found in experiencing things new and unknown. Shanghai has many opportunities to explore the unusual and extraordinary – from restaurants to architecture and hotels. This time round, forget the usual landmark tourist attractions and make a beeline for these weird and wonderful...

Six Things Not To Do in Rome

There are guidebooks aplenty on what you should do in Italy’s capital city. But what should you not do when visiting Rome? Here are Millennium Hotels and Resorts’ top picks of faux pas to avoid when in the Eternal City. 1. Don’t eat at a fast-food chain...

Kuala Lumpur in a Flash

Whether you’re dropping in for a day, spending a night — or even two — we’ve got the lowdown on the must-sees and must-eats in the hip and happening Kay-Elle, no matter how much (or how little) time you have! Here’s how you can see, do, and eat...

Six Things To Order When Dining in Wellington

New Zealand’s fertile terrain grows some of the world’s freshest produce, making the country famous for top-notch gourmet food and drink, all of which are available in its capital city. Here’s our guide to eating your way through Wellington. King salmon The gravel rivers of the South...

You won’t believe you’ll find this in Doha

This once-sleepy capital has awoken in recent years and offers a surprisingly diverse mix of food, culture and adventure. Whether you’re there for business or just passing through, there’s more to Doha than just The Pearl-Qatar. Throw away the tourist guides, and you’ll discover paddle boarding in Venice-like canals, camel racing...