Another week has flown by which means another week of best stories. While there are no big holidays coming anytime soon, it’s still best to plan ahead of your travels. For starters, The Datai Langkawi’s major renovation is soon coming to an end after 10-months. The big date? Sometime in July 2018. If you’re looking to travel beyond Malaysia, these luxury historical hotels will not only ensure your stay is comfortable but also insightful.
If travelling is not part of your agenda, go instead for an indulgent champagne brunch. After all, there’s nothing quite like good food and champagne to start off the week. Chilean-born chef Francisco Araya is currently on a 5-day pop-up dining event in The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur. A specially curated European seafood menu by this award-winning chef will only be able available until tomorrow so it’s best to book your slots right now.
We’re not even halfway through March but the schedule seems to be filled to the brim now. Keep on reading for this week’s best stories.
New eateries equal to new places to discover. The food industry is forever growing in Malaysia with cuisines from across the world. These new restaurants and cafés in KL will have your tummies filled for the rest of the month. This time we have Mediterranean, Japanese, Peranakan, Western, and Southeast Asian cuisines for you to tuck into.
Bright and luminous skin is always on a woman’s want list. Apart from home remedies, drinking enough water, and having enough of sleep, skincare products that offer brightening properties will also help with the process. Lighten up those sunspots, acne scars and skin tone easily with these new brightening skincare products in the market.
When news of Christopher Bailey’s 17-year tenure at Burberry came to an end surfaced the internet, we know that people around the globe will be keeping their eyes peeled for his last collection with Burberry. It did not disappoint. He dedicated his last collection to LGBTQ+ communities by implementing rainbow elements into the line.
We’re not sure who started the boring, dull office trend but we’re glad someone came up with co-working spaces. These establishments are not just nicely designed but also give independent employees a conducive space to get things done without needing to top up a latte every few hours.
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Introducing the Colibrì, Fendi‘s latest shoe design. The shoes’ extreme lightness together with the multicolour and pointed front toe inspire their name, Colibrì, taking its characteristics from the homonymous tropical bird.