Jim Thompson House – image sourced

If you're looking for a destination with the perfect blend of bustling city life and serene beauty, Bangkok is a must-visit on your next Thailand getaway. Full of hidden gems and popular attractions, the city has plenty to offer for every type of couple. 

Views of the Macau Tower from the Mandarin Oriental

Every day, Macau changes a little bit. It might be a new entertainment complex, a shopping mall or a five-star hotel opening, but the former Portuguese colony is moving ahead at a fast pace. 

Photo: Stefano Montagner – Flickr

Matthew Brace devises a London walk that takes in 2,000 years of history, hip markets, cutting-edge fashion and design, some rather good oysters and a romantic rooftop supper for two.

The iconic Gardens by the Bay

You know Singapore. It’s big and bold — if not necessarily brash — defined by the shipping routes that have delivered enormous riches to the city-state. And for a long time its attractions were just as broadly rendered, imported facsimiles of other ideas, scaled up for extra impact.

Photo: Michele Ursino – Flickr


Spain’s second-largest city is blessed with great beaches, an idyllic Mediterranean climate and laidback lifestyle. So far, so lovely. But it’s the endless culture, weird and wonderful architecture, and world-class Catalan dining scene that really make Barcelona the easiest city to fall in love with. Here are our top 10 things for couples to do in Barcelona. 


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