Wonderful Hotels

| Banyan Tree Macau |

Macau's burgeoning excesses have earned it the nickname, the Vegas of the East, and now a new high-rise urban resort may just have raised the luxury bar that little bit higher with its private relaxation pools (featured in all of its 227 suites, including the ultra exclusive 670sqm presidential suites). Indeed, a stay down at the Banyan Tree Macau should soothe your trouble brow after all that non-stop shopping, including dining and partying. The Banyan Tree Macau is the only luxury hotel in Macau to featured full sized resort villas, and if you're looking for the ultimate in indulgence, then check yourself into the presidential suites, which spans the hotel's 30th and 31th floors. The Banyan Tree Macau interiors pay homeage to the company's oriental origins and featured the work of the well-known designer, Chhada Siembieda, as well as Banyan Tree-house Architrave team. The Banyan Tree Macau is located just 15 minutes from Macau's international airport. (www.banyantree.com)
Best Western |

Best Western international currently operates over 4,000 hotels in nearly 80 countries, including Indonesia, where it operates number of properties, including The Best Western Mangga Dua Hotel & Residence (Jakarta), The Best Western Resort Kuta (Bali), The Best Western Premier Basko Hotel (Padang, West Sumatra) and The Best Western Premier Hotel Solo (Central Java). 
The Best Western Premier Hotel Solo was awarded a MURI (Indonesia Museum Records) record as the first hotel in Indonesia to employ a predominantly batik design throughout its rooms and spaces. Now, Best Western Indonesia plans to get serious and expand its presence in the country, with a planned three new opening this year alone. The new properties will be in Serpong in Banten, Tuban in Bali and Sunset Boulevard, also in Bali. Moreover, 16 new hotels, spread across the archipelago, are slated to open in 2012, and all are currently in the construction stages.(www.bestwestern.com) 

Bankok Superstar |

Bankok has been invaded by a horde of international superstars!, over 70 of them, to be exact, who are all waiting to greet visitors at the brand new Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Bangkok, which you'll found located up on the sixth floor of the Siam Discovery Building. The 500-million baht, internationally-renowned wax museum marks Madame Tussauds third opening in Asia (joining sister attractions in Hongkong to get up close and personal with over 70 international and local celebrities, including historic figures and world leaders such as Princess Diana, David Becham, Brad Pitt, and Angelina Jolie. (www.madametussauds.com/bangkok)