You Could Stay At One Of These Hotels For Free!
Vote for your favourites in travel—from destinations and spas to hotels and airlines—in the third edition of the Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Travel Awards and you could win a three-night stay at one of these five stunning Preferred Hotel Group member hotels across Asia.
More information here: http://www.cntraveller.in/content/vote-best-travel-and-win-luxury-stay
Andara Resorts & Villas - The hotel: High on a hillside above Phuket’s Kamala Beach is Andara Resorts & Villas. All suites and residences are luxuriously appointed and come with stunning views of the Andaman Sea.
Montigo Resorts Nongsa - The hotel: This lush 12-hectare resort in Indonesia consists of 88 three-level 3,300sq ft villas that overlook a private beach on the South China Sea.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore - The hotel: Located along the glittering Marina Bay waterfront, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore, is a luxurious contemporary oasis in the city-country's bustling Central Business District and Arts and Cultural precint.
The Sothea - The hotel: The Sothea is an estate of 39 villas consisting of Deluxe, Royal Deluxe Queen and King rooms.
The Mulia Bali - The hotel: Located along Nusa Dua Bay, The Mulia Bali features contemporary rooms, suites and villas amidst lush gardens and secluded pathways.
You may also like:
- AUS won by 218 runsvs. ENGAUS2nd TestThu, Dec 05, 2013Adelaide, AustraliaThe Ashes 2013-14...
- PAK won by 6 wkts.vs. PAKAFGOne-off T20ISun, Dec 08, 2013Sharjah, United Arab EmiratesAfghanistan vs Pakistan T2...
- SA won by 134 runsvs. INDSA2nd ODISun, Dec 08, 2013Durban, South AfricaIndia in South Africa ODI ...
- No live matches are in progress.
- Upcoming matchvs. WINZ2nd TestTue, Dec 10, 2013Wellington, New ZealandWest Indies in New Zealand...
- Upcoming matchvs. INDSA3rd ODIWed, Dec 11, 2013Centurion, South AfricaIndia in South Africa ODI ...
- vs. SLPAK1st T20IWed, Dec 11, 2013Wed, Dec 11, 2013Dubai, United Arab EmiratesPakistan vs Sri Lanka T20 ...
Latest Photo Albums
Action images from the second Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval from December 5-9, 2013. More » 2nd Test: Australia vs England
All the best quotes from the month of December in this collection. More » Soundbyte — December 2013
South African anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela died peacefully at home at the age of 95 on December 5, 2013 after months fighting a lung infection, leaving his nation and the world in mourning for a man revered as a moral giant.
More » Cricketers Remember Nelson Mandela
Action images from the first Test between New Zealand and West Indies at Dunedin, December 3-7, 2013.
New Zealand were stranded an agonising 33 runs short of their first … More » 1st Test: New Zealand vs West Indies
Virender Sehwag took the West Indies bowling apart on December 8, 2011 at Indore as he became only the second man to go past 200 in One-Day Internationals at the time.
Sehwag hit 25 boundaries and 7 sixes … More » [FLASHBACK] Sehwag Gets The Highest ODI Score
Fans dress up colourfully for the second Ashes Test between Australia and England in Adelaide. More » Colourful fans at Adelaide Oval
The world's first underground cricket match was played in Honister Slate Mine in the Lake District by teams from Caldbeck and Threlkeld on December 5, 2013.
The Honister Slate Mine produces the famous Westmorland green slate and is now also used as a tourist attraction situated in the Lake … More » Cricket Goes Underground
India captain MS Dhoni, who has been named the winner of the People’s Choice Award, done through online voting; has been nominated for the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for The Cricketer of The … More » ICC Awards 2013: Dhoni leads nomination list
We take a look at some bald cricketers in this collection. Needless to say, they do/did know how to get into the opposition's hair with their performances. More » Cricket's bald performers
Tendulkar's new role, Irish joy, Vinay gets married, long time coming for Pakistan, and more. More » Cricket Photos of The Week 01.12.13
Mark Boucher's ability with the gloves, in front of the stumps and behind them, made him a name to reckon with for a career spanning 14 years. Sadly, he had to retire in 2012 after being hit in the eye during … More » Mark Boucher: Keeping his wits