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Escape From Budapest To Le Méridien In Samui
Thailand’s Koh Samui is characterised by its amazing white sandy beaches, coral reefs and coconut trees. This paradise island first appeared on Chinese maps dating back to 1687, and it's said to have been first inhabited about 15 centuries ago by fishermen from the Malay Peninsula and Southern China. Over the years Chinese and other Asian traditions have profoundly influenced Thailand’s third biggest island. To positively differentiate itself, and showcase Koh Samui's strong Chinese heritage, Le Méridien’s holiday haven tells the story of Samui through its design, incorporating Feng Shui. This Chinese art of creating harmonious surroundings to enhance wellbeing, is used throughout the resort’s design, it's done very creatively and works superbly well. more »

Escape From Budapest To Expat Hotel Phuket


Escape From Budapest To Expat Hotel Phuket
Amazingly well located close to the vibrant Patong Beach and world-renowned 'Bangla Walking Street', this expat friendly budget hotel is only minutes away from all the action in the pulsating centre of Phuket. There's a private Tuk Tuk service if you don't want to walk, and the hotel regularly arranges motorbike rental. Getting there from the airport is easy via the hotel’s trusty transfer service, also priced modestly. Qatar Airways fly to Phuket via Doha from Budapest, so you see its really easy to get there, to get around, and to enjoy one of the most popular destinations in Thailand. more »

Xpat Opinion: Right-Wing Support For The New Hungarian Airline


Xpat Opinion: Right-Wing Support For The New Hungarian Airline
Magyar Nemzet castigates left-liberal critics who voice doubts about the seriousness of the “Sólyom” project. more »

Xpat Opinion: Hungary No Longer Off The Beaten Path


Xpat Opinion: Hungary No Longer Off The Beaten Path
By Ferenc Kumin: Recalling Hungarian tourism back in 1989, the year of the opening of the iron curtain, it was quite a bit different from what we find today. Back then, Hungary, particularly Lake Balaton, was a popular summer destination for tourists from East Germany and other parts of the eastern bloc but a little off the beaten path for most others. How times have changed. more »
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