Tag Archives: Tips

5 Up-and-Coming Parisian Neighbourhoods

Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world, but if you’ve seen the Eiffel Tower and want to escape the tourist hoards, there are plenty of little-known neighbourhoods offering an authentic local experience. The best part: They’re easily accessible from the city’s main sites...

Gatwick: Off to the Races

When most people hear the name Gatwick, they automatically think of Gatwick Airport. But Gatwick has a lot more to offer visitors than just a way in and out of the UK. It has some great hotels nearby such as Copthorne Hotel London Gatwick and Copthorne Hotel...

Unique Boutiques to Visit in Singapore

It’s no secret that shopping and eating are the two unofficial sports in Singapore. When away from the dining table, forgo the shopping malls and head instead to the city’s growing number of independent and perhaps lesser-known shops hawking quirky, handmade wares. With Millennium Hotels and Resorts’...

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...

Save More, Travel Often

“Book early if you want to save!” We’ve all heard that sage advice from “professional” traveller friends. It stands to reason: Since hotels do not like to leave rooms vacant, it is an incentive for them to fill it up earlier. Travel experts thetravelhack.com corroborate the theory....

Four must-do's in amazing Penang

  The Malaysian island of Penang never fails to impress. From pristine white beaches, lush green hills and small, magnificent islands to busy streets, hawker stalls and great night markets – Penang offers the best of Asia in more ways than one. No surprises therefore that Yahoo!...

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...

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...