January - March 2011
The charming four-bedroom garden state known as Puri Ledang rests on 1900m2 of land in the peaceful and secure gated community of Taman Yasa at Taman Mumbul (in Nusa Dua).
At once alluring and inviting, Villa Wanita View, a spectacular home perched on the edge of Ubud's Petanu River gorge, draws you further in with every step.
The Raintree Foundation is a Thailand-based NGO committed to the development of rural communities with a focus on improving children's education...
Dubaiâ€™s dubious building boom has spawned a new architecture of unparalleled excess - one neednâ€™t look further than the desert regionâ€™s ski slope...
With the relentless tsunami of Australian tourists flooding Bali this year as a result of low air fares and an extraordinarily high, and possibly overvalued Aussie dollar...
A place without boundaries is a place with infinite possibilities. Somewhere to widen the horizons, take in the vast scope of what life has to offer, and revel in what it means to truly be.
In the bad old days in Thailand and lndonesia when one wanted to build a bathroom one would go to the plumbing shop and be presented with a selection of not-very much-at-all and have to take what one could get.
Set well away from the humid southern plains and the mayhem and the hedonistic excesses of Kuta and Seminyak, the royal village of Ubud has long been recognised as Bali's cultural hub.
The Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year's Day from 13 to 15 April every year and it coincides with the hottest season in Thailand, right at the end of the dry season.
Like a lot of places, this abundance of marine life in the southwest Pacific is at risk due to unsustainable fishing, poorly planned development, pollution, a growing population and the effects of climate change.
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