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REJUVENATE LIKE A PRINCE

Where does Prince Charles go for a rejuvenating break? To Soukya, a holistic health care facility near Bengaluru, India, run by Dr Isc Mathai. Soukya offers preventive health and rejuvenation services for several neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis and maintenance of lifestyle conditions such as diabetes through ayurveda, homeopathy and naturopathy treatments. Rates start from $500 per night in a deluxe room, inclusive of meals and treatments. For more information log on to soukya.com

ANANTARA DUBAI'S LAGOON EXPERIENCE

From July 1 to 29, cruise on a Thai lagoon - in Dubai at Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa villas on The Arabian Gulf. Catch a glimpse of the enchanting undersea world through the villa's glass floor and relax as you watch the sun setting from the private deck for DH1,999++ per villa, per night, including breakfast for two people. For more in relaxation head to the resort's just-opened spa, where the Liquid Sound Pool, Kneipp Walk, Salt Inhalation Room and Crystal & Gemstone Steam Room provide the perfect prelude to signature body treatments. For more information or reservations, call 04-5678888 or write to resdubaipalm@anantara.com

TAKE A FRESH LOOK AT HONG KONG

Hong Kong has been long known as a travel and shopping destination. This year, see it differently - from the luxury of a cruise ship. With the new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, the city's strategic location makes it a perfect hub for cruises to Asia's most exotic destinations. Situated on the doorstep of Southern China, it is in close proximity to Taiwan and other Asian destinations such as Japan and Vietnam. And then of course, the shops don't go anywhere, else step off for a shore excursion for some family entertainment at one of the famous theme parks or simply take in the breathtaking views from the towering sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck. For more information visit DiscoverHongKong.com or contact cruise@hktb.com

ANNA MOLINARI'S BLUMARINE EXHIBIT

Anna Molinari has established a permanent exhibit at the Museum of the City of Carpi dedicated to Blumarine, an enterprise that took form in 1977. Molinari has curated the exhibit, celebrating tailoring, quality and embroidery, to bring to life an "interactive wardrobe" where visitors can have a multisensory contact with the displayed dresses and accessories, playing with visual, acoustic and odour perceptions while having the opportunity to touch the garments for a unique tactile experience.

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