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  • Le Soleil de Boracay, Philippines Le Soleil de Boracay, Philippines

    Le Soleil de Boracay

    When I read that Le Soleil de Boracay was steps away from Boracay’s White Beach, I envisioned a property with beach access. I was, however, proven wrong on a recent trip to the hotel. I discovered to my surprise that this hotel was situated right on the beach. In fact, my driver and I had to get off at an alley close by and make the rest of the journey (about a two minute walk) on foot, as motorised vehicles were not allowed on the beach.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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  • Muesli Muesli

    Feeding Needs

    Keep up with latest in food and beverages, find out how to make a time-honoured breakfast favourite and learn how to eat your way to better hydration.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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  • Red Coconut Beach Hotel, Boracay, Philippines Red Coconut Beach Hotel, Boracay, Philippines

    Red Coconut Beach Hotel

    Arriving at the Red Coconut Beach Hotel, I was delighted to learn of its prime location in the heart of Boracay’s White Beach, within walking distance of the most happening entertainment hubs, restaurants with the freshest seafood and shopping attractions.

    Words: Ari Fajar

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  • Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden

    Great Gardens

    Masterful landscaping, inspired architecture and beautiful blooms combine to create some of the world’s most magnificent gardens.

    Words: Keeta Brennan

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  • Beachfront restaurant, Henann Lagoon Resort, Boracay, Philippines (2) Beachfront restaurant, Henann Lagoon Resort, Boracay, Philippines (2)

    Henann Lagoon Resort

    Having flown from Kuala Lumpur to Kalibo, bounced along Aklan’s country roads in a bus for two hours to get to Caticlan jetty, and then, taken a speedboat to the island, I was relieved when I finally arrived at Henann Lagoon Resort.

    Words: Beverly Rodrigues

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  • Gamelan Melayu Gamelan Melayu

    Bernard Goh

    Since its founding in 1997, Malaysian ensemble Hands Percussion has been drumming up a storm with their unique performances showcasing traditional Chinese drums and other percussive instruments. The groundbreaking group’s artistic director and founder Bernard Goh tells travel 3Sixty° about the importance of preserving musical traditions and how music can transcend cultural barriers.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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  • This dance is a reenactment of a fast-paced battle scene, complete with the clash of swords and loud war cries reverberating across the festival grounds. Naga war dances relate tales of their brave warriors This dance is a reenactment of a fast-paced battle scene, complete with the clash of swords and loud war cries reverberating across the festival grounds. Naga war dances relate tales of their brave warriors

    Tales of the Naga

    The Hornbill Festival of northeastern India celebrates the 16 major tribes of Nagaland, bringing to life the ancient tales of the Naga people through song, dance and storytelling.

    Words: Stephanie Brookes   Photography: David Melcalf

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