The Real ‘Orient Express’ Luxury Train Is Coming To S’pore So You Can Relive Agatha Christie’s Novel

‘Once Upon A Time On The Orient Express’ Pop-Up At Gardens By The Bay From 12 Dec

The Orient Express is a legendary luxury train that inspired great works such as Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express.

Johnny Depp in the 2017 film version
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It’s easy to be intoxicated with the train’s aesthetics because it’s rare to see anything like it in today’s MRTs and bullet trains.

In

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Luxury Vacation Rentals, Flight Attendant Travel Hacks, REAL ID Driver’s Licenses And More

Why Vacation Rentals Are Ideal for Remote Workers

Need to get away this fall but aren’t ready to stay at a hotel or resort just yet? For those who can work from home through the end of the year, a long-term rental property may be just the answer. From Arizona to South Carolina, here are vacation homes that offer luxurious amenities—and seclusion.

These Countries Will Grant Citizenship

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Real ID license deadline should be further delayed, travel association says

The US Travel Association doesn’t want anything to get in the way of vacations, er, that is, economic recovery.


Ohio Department of Public Safety

If we lived in some alternate timeline where the coronavirus pandemic didn’t exist, you’d need a Real ID license to board any aircraft in the US as of Oct. 1. But, as COVID-19 swept across the US, the federal government pushed a deadline for the new

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U.S. Travel calls for another extension on Real ID: Travel Weekly

With the Real ID deadline one year away, the U.S. Travel Association called for a deadline extension, saying “full compliance is not realistically within reach” by next October.  

Citing data showing that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) estimates that just over one third of Americans have Real IDs, U.S. Travel said that the deadline could endanger the recovery of a badly wounded travel industry.

“The last thing the struggling

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Luxury real estate is ‘outpacing the broader market’ in some areas

Eric Balog, CEO of luxury-oriented Leverage Global Partners, says the high-end market has thrived in recent months, but that the pandemic will have a “lasting impact” on consumer preference.

Luxury real estate is generally doing so well right now that it’s outpacing the broader housing market, though the pandemic is also creating permanent changes in the way high-end consumers think about property, according to Leverage Global Partners CEO Eric Balog.

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‘The Real Housewives of Pennsylvania Avenue’: The war of words at the Trump-Biden debate were heard around the world

It was a war of words that was heard around the world.

U.S. President Donald Trump and his opponent, the Democratic nominee for U.S. president, Joe Biden, faced off in a contentious presidential debate moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace on Tuesday evening in Cleveland, Ohio. It was, even by recent standards, a politically rancorous affair where the two men traded insults and was described as chaotic by many … Read More

Manhattan’s Luxury Real Estate Market May Be Rebounding

Manhattan’s luxury real estate market is on the rebound, with top firms reporting sales of properties over $4 million at the highest levels since the start of the pandemic. Twenty-one homes asking $4 million or more went into contract with Olshan Realty last week. That’s the highest number since mid-March, when New York City went into COVID-19 lockdown, and the most for the last week of September since 2014. Last

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25 Picture-Perfect Elopement Ideas From Real Couples

If the mere thought of wedding planning, the high costs of the affair, or walking down the aisle in front of many eyes is enough to make you shudder, then the intimacy of an elopement may be right up your alley. And why not? Eloping is becoming a more popular, chic way for couples to express themselves. It can be more romantic, cheaper, and less stressful—not to mention: You can

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Vacation anticipation is a real thing. It helps your brain. And now it’s gone

Disappointment about canceled trips goes beyond feeling sad. For many, travel — and anticipating travel — is a type of self-care. <span class="copyright">(Getty Images; illustration by Micah Fluellen / LA Times)</span>
Disappointment about canceled trips goes beyond feeling sad. For many, travel — and anticipating travel — is a type of self-care. (Getty Images; illustration by Micah Fluellen / LA Times)

Chances are, you’ve had to cancel vacation plans in the last five months. You probably felt bummed about it — and guilty for mourning lost trips while the COVID-19 pandemic has caused others to lose much more.

It turns out

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Board denies controversial plan to put luxury ‘ecotourism’ resort on SC barrier island | Real Estate

After hearing calls from citizens to reject a proposed resort on an uninhabited Lowcountry barrier island, a Beaufort County zoning board voted unanimously Thursday night to deny the request.

The luxury development was proposed as an ecotourism use on Bay Point Island, which is considered an important habitat for shorebirds and sea turtles. Location was a major consideration in the zoning board’s rejection. 

“This is a great idea,” vice chairman

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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Appoints Veteran Media, Entertainment and Real Estate Investment Executive Tomago Collins to Bo

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Appoints Veteran Media, Entertainment and Real
       Estate Investment Executive Tomago Collins to Board of Directors

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  TORONTO, Sept. 24, 2020

TORONTO, Sept. 24, 2020 /CNW/ -- Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts , the world's
leading luxury hospitality company, today announced the addition of Tomago
Collins to its Board of Directors, representing long-term shareholder Cascade
Investment.

Mr. Collins, Executive Vice President of Communications and Business
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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Appoints Veteran Media, Entertainment and Real Estate Investment Executive Tomago Collins to Board of Directors

TORONTO, Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the world’s leading luxury hospitality company, today announced the addition of Tomago Collins to its Board of Directors, representing long-term shareholder Cascade Investment.

Mr. Collins, Executive Vice President of Communications and Business Development at Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, brings to Four Seasons Board of Directors more than 25 years experience in the sports, entertainment, media and real estate

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The Real Life of Adventure Travel TV Host Eric Hanson

What is one crucial piece of gear for adventure travel? Is a dream job overrated? How does the outdoor industry include more people of color? To get the answers to all this and more, we reached out to ‘Epic Trails’ and BackpackingTV host Eric Hanson.

“Epic Trails” presents an emotional and thought-provoking TV series that follows host Eric Hanson around the world as he explores the people, places, and adventures

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‘A real green list’ – new countries added as advice on avoiding non-essential travel amended

PEOPLE will be able to fly to Germany, Poland, Cyprus and other European destinations free of Covid restrictions for holidays and other business from next Monday under changes to Government travel advice.

ánaiste Leo Varadkar has said the Green List is to become “a real green list” freeing up people to travel to several European destinations, including for holidays, without having to restrict their movements for 14 days when they

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