Special Offers

30% off summer sale at Hilton Hotels worldwide


If you are a member of the Hilton Honors program you can benefit from a great summer sale at Hilton hotels worldwide. Rates start from just $65 a night for the Hilton Garden Inn in Dubai or $53 per night in Bali. The Millennium Hilton in Bangkok is available from $84 per night.

If you would rather go for the finer things in life, the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah with its private soft-sanded beach, six distinct restaurants and lounges and elegant sea-facing guest rooms and suites is also available for 30% off.

If you are not a member of the HHonors program don’t worry, it is free to join. Visit the Hilton website for details.

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Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

London, United Kingdom

The Victoria and Albert Museum first opened in 1852 and moved to its current location in 1857.  Queen Victoria herself officially opened the museum on June 22nd.  From the beginning, the museum focused on more practical decorative items – metalwork, furniture, textiles, etc.  It catered to ordinary working class citizens, reflected in its evening and nighttime opening hours (enabled by gas lightin...

Warshaw Building

Warshaw Building

Montreal, Canada

One of the earliest skyscrapers to be constructed in the region when it was opened in the 1920’s. Standing at only seven stories tall, it is dwarfed by the modern skyscrapers of today, but nevertheless maintains its position as one of the initial defining examples of Montreal architecture. ...

Ban Thai Museum

Ban Thai Museum

Bangkok, Thailand

This is a fantastic museum showcasing Thai culture and living across various time periods. The garden is not to be missed; beautiful native Thai flowers are grown here. This museum was Jim Thompson's House. Thompson who hailed from New York was stationed in Thailand during WW II and later settled in Bangkok where he revived the Thai silk industry. Art pieces collected by Jim Thompson are also exhi...

Kongens Have

Kongens Have

Copenhagen, Denmark

Also known as the king’s gardens, Kongens Have is as old as the 16th Century. The popularity of these attractions can be gauged by the fact that over 2.5 million tourists visit it every year. The place is spread over acres of greenery with rose-gardens and multi-sized sculptures. The gardens are also utilized for holding exhibitions, concerts and puppet shows for children. Address: Øster Vol...