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Philippine Tatler Traveller

Philippine Tatler Traveller Traveller 10

The Philippine Tatler is taking on a new approach to luxury travel through its latest publication, Traveller. Traveller shares a glimpse of the most exclusive, elusive and extraordinary destinations around the globe. It also covers a plethora of gastronomic finds, locally and abroad, to whet your appetite, as well as an exclusive peek at opulent travel couture and state-of-the-art gadgets for the trendy explorer. For the jet-setters, Traveller makes a rundown of the latest airline and hotel industry updates. Stunning photography, luxuriant stays and scrumptious treats are all found in the Traveller, satisfying one’s wanderlust.

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With recent political developments ushering the southern port city of Davao to centre stage in these last few months, Philippine Tatler Traveller decided there was no better time to fly down and shoot a cover story. Together with our cover girls, the young, bright, and lovely Tantoco sisters Kat and Bea (who was five months pregnant at the time and radiant), we journeyed to Pearl Farm Beach Resort where we were welcomed with amazing hospitality by no less than Maricris Floirendo Brias, whose family first developed the resort in 1991. The resort's GM Mikel Villaverde and the rest of their team made sure that we would have an unforgettable three days "in paradise", with all the work and long hours that go into a destination shoot quickly becoming a real pleasure. We…

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Sheree Chua Sheree Chua graduated with an MFA from the now defunct and semi-controversial Creative Writing Programme of the City University of Hong Kong (in memoriam, 2010-2015). Nowadays, she's travelling to the silent corners of the world with her beloved mentors, Xu Xi and Robin Hemley—visionaries of Authors at Large (www.aalauthors.com) while working at the fringes of the city to finance her bohemian soul. Ana De Ocampo A graduate of the University of the Philippines and Le Cordon Bleu London, Ana de Ocampo has loved cooking and baking all her life. Her excursions through the casual bistros and brasseries of Europe are what inspired Wildflour, the ultra popular café and bakery which she opened with her sister in 2012. Nina Garcia The world opened up for Nina Garcia when her first trip to London in…

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DIA DE LOS MUERTOS Despite the macabre name, the Mexican Day of the Dead is actually a celebration of life. Families gather at the graves of the deceased to eat, drink, and be merry. Not to be missed are the calaveras—skeleton-inspired decorations— festooned with golden marigolds, and the interesting sugar and marzipan skulls enjoyed by young and old alike. SINGAPORE ART BIENNALE Expect a gathering of both established and emerging artists from around Asia to deck the halls of the Singapore Art Museum for a most exciting affair these next few months. Entitled An Atlas of Mirrors, the Singapore Biennale 2016 showcases a diversity of contemporary art that r eflects the shared histories and current realities of East and South Asia. www.singaporebiennale.org HIGANTES FESTIVAL Angono's colourful festival has made the town a popular tourist destination. First…

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save our oceans

Since its release in 2012 at the Rio + Earth Summit, the documentary film Planet Ocean has been a powerful instrument for conservation awareness. With the vision of renowned environmentalist, journalist, and photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, the powerful words of Michael Pitiot, and the creative genius of gifted videographers, this breathtaking film captures the undeniable connection of mankind with planet earth's oceans. The Save Palawan Seas Foundation (SPSF), in partnership with Jewelmer Joaillerie, produced Planetang Dagat, the Filipino version of Planet Ocean, to bring the award-winning documentary to the country and encourage generations of Filipinos to lead a more earth-friendly lifestyle. At the premier night of Planetang Dagat held at the Bonifacio High Street Central Cinemas, Jewelmer Joaillerie, the Philippine Coast Guard 403rd Auxilliary Squadron, and SPFS President Jacques Branellec proudly welcomed…

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Dutch Twist KLM’s new World Business Class (WBC) cabin is ‘Dutch down to detail.’ Designed by the renowned Dutch designer, Hella Jongerius, the cabin has full-flat 2.07-metre sleeper seats known to be the longest in the industry. Unique details include cradle-to-cradle carpet partly made from recycled KLM uniforms. Another popular Dutch designer, Marcel Wanders, created KLM’s tableware, reflecting the journey of inspiration KLM strives to offer its passengers. Other Dutch touches include the comfort bags created by the Dutch fashion designer, Jan Taminiau, and meals crafted by famous Dutch chefs, including the currently three Michelinstar Jacob Jan Boerma. Beginning this November, KLM will operate five weekly flights between Manila and Amsterdam, and from January 2017, daily flights on this route, all providing the new KLM retrofitted WBC cabins. PLATINUM YEARS Marking 70 years…

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marielle santos-po

After working for Cinderella, the family's retail chain, and taking her MBA at the Asian Institute of Management, Marielle—and good friend, the fashion designer Rosanna Ocampo—chanced upon beautiful resortwear during a trip to Positano. From there they decided to delve into the business and jointly set up Due Porte and the recently launched e-commerce site, Where Two Find Me. Marielle is also a dedicated wife and mother to three wonderful boys. “I try to balance every aspect of my daily life,” she says, ‘try’ being the operative word, squeezing in a few workouts, as well as trying to cook for my husband and family at least once a week.” For Marielle, travel renews the spirit and clears the mind. “Manila will always be my home but it's always a great idea…