In something of a reversal of how firms usually target Chinese travelers, Club Med tries to bring its model to tourists within the Middle Kingdom.
Louis XIII cognac opens its very first boutique in the world that is dedicated to providing guests with a truly luxurious experience.
Chinese wine-tasters won an important blind tasting test, identifying six bottles of red wine and six bottles of white wine by taste and nose alone.
Blue-chip Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi’s new retrospective in Beijing reveals an unlikely turn back towards China’s own aesthetics and traditions.
A Shanghai restaurant has closed down just a day after being awarded a coveted star in the Michelin guide’s first mainland Chinese edition.
With sailing growing in popularity in Asia in recent years, we take a look at the state of play in the region.
The Majestic Princess is designed with the affluent Chinese cruiser in mind, with fine dining options and an unending supply of shopping options.
Couturier Guo Pei shares her wealth of experience as a Chinese designer in an interview with L’Officiel Singapore.
From Europe to the Americas and now Asia, we take a look at some of the most unique beaches that would make for the perfect instagram photo.
Travel worry-free. With Banyan Tree and SilkAir, enjoy package deals in four luxurious hotels, while immersed in rich Asian idyllis.
The bridge will be part of a larger city expansion project in light of the games and beyond.
The latest sedan from the German automaker is a longer, larger version of its most compact sports sedan.
The long-term answer is to celebrate all that’s good about British motoring by the Goodwood Festival of Speed to the Chinese mainland.
One of the world’s leading collectors of Chinese art, Belgian billionaire Guy Ullens, is to give up his Beijing museum and sell his private collection.
The luxury hotel now joins the list of hotels that offer the largest hotel rooms in the city.
The over-the-top luxury hotel, The Wanda Reign on the Bund, has opened on Shanghai’s waterfront, billing itself as the city’s first “7-star” hotel.
TAG Heuer plays host to two of China’s hottest celebrities at the recent Formula 1 race while unveiling new timepieces.
These new photos of the bridge in China illustrate why this might just be the world’s most dizzying structure.
Fans who live by the Michelin Guide can now look forward to a third book that covers the Asian region.
As a part of his bid to support new talent, Armani has his eye on a young Chinese designer that may bring interesting things to the table