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Top Five Airport Flash Mobs

  • Cynthia Ord
  • 29 June 2011

Is there anything fun or pleasant about being at the airport? Well, sometimes, for some very fortunate travellers, a spontaneous display of entertainment erupts. If you see a spectacle of coordinated, performance-quality singing and dancing unfold around you in any public place, including airports and train stations, stop and appreciate the spectacle. Don’t blink, for this is something special. You are in the midst of a flash mob.

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Heritance Kandalama Hotel in Sri Lanka: A 2010 Responsible Tourism Award Finalist

  • Terence Ooi & Deborah Chan
  • 15 October 2010

Just one week remains before winners are named Wild Asia’s 2010 Responsible Tourism Awards, a competition that honours the efforts of small- and medium-sized hotels and tour operators in Asia for their elevated practice of responsible tourism. The Wild Asia team recently paid a visit to Heritance Kandalama Hotel in Sri Lanka, a chef d’oeuvre of Sri Lanka’s renowned architect, Geoffrey Bawa, that combines true luxury with a responsible approach to its rich local environment.

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Sarinbuana Ecolodge in Bali, Indonesia: A 2010 Responsible Tourism Award Finalist

  • Melissa Cornejo
  • 4 October 2010

Less than one month remains before winners are drawn for Wild Asia’s 2010 Responsible Tourism Awards, a competition that celebrates the noble efforts of small- and medium-sized hotels and tour operators in Asia for their focus upon responsible tourism practices. The fourth of six finalists to be visited by the Wild Asia team is the Sarinbuana Ecolodge, a small accommodation located in a rainforest village in the northwest of Bali, Indonesia.

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