Tag Archive: asia

Shintori (Shanghai)

The “wow effect” – I get what it really was when I entered this restaurant:  Shintori has one of the most spectacular interior design I’ve ever seen. Be careful not to miss it… Continue reading

Jean Georges (Shanghai)

Yep, I am talking about the famous chef Jean Georges – already well reputed in NYC – who has brought to Shanghai his internationally acclaimed French cuisine with a slight Asian twist. The restaurant… Continue reading

Red Town Art center (Shanghai)

Characterized by its historic industrial architecture, Red Town is one of the most famous cultural and artistic sites of the city, incorporating Shanghai’s center of urban sculpture s well as bars, cafes, restaurants, studios,… Continue reading

Lost Heaven (Shanghai)

I have discovered the great Chinese cuisine from the Yunnan province in this charming restaurant and immediately fell in love with it. Not only is the food absolutely delicious – thanks to Thai… Continue reading

m50 Art Center (Shanghai)

Who said China didn’t know art? In the north of the city, hidden in an almost no man’s land, m50 is home to over 50 gallery spaces in Shanghai, all widespread in alleys where… Continue reading

Mr & Mrs Bund (Shanghai)

Among all my amazing food experiences in Shanghai, this one was by far the best one – best food, best service, best decor. Mr & Mrs Bund is a food institution in Shanghai… Continue reading

Bali Laguna (Shanghai)

I could have never imagined there was such a gorgeous restaurant in Shanghai. I stumbled upon it by chance while strolling around in Jing’an. Nestled in peaceful Jing An Park by the small… Continue reading

Petronas towers (Kuala Lumpur)

Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur Being gone in KL, I couldn’t not mention the Petronas Twin Towers, the ultimate symbol of the city. One understands why, as the architectural… Continue reading

Terminal 21 Shopping Mall (Bangkok)

Terminal 21 is not a classic shopping mall. It actually offers a fun and original concept, like you’ve seen anywhere else. The whole building has been conceived as an airport terminal, whose each… Continue reading

Vertigo & Moon bar (Bangkok)

For those who enjoy breathtaking views over skyscrapers, the Vertigo & Moon bar is the one to go to ! This skybar offers one of the most impressive view I’ve ever seen. With a… Continue reading

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