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Seafoam

While packing for the Bora Bora trip, Passport Out's editors might have been too preoccupied daydreaming about paradise, that they filled their suitcases with all of their seafoam-colored things!

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On Our Desk # 1

Currently on our desk:  Ballpoint Pen: Caran D'Ache; Cuff: PROTESTA; Agenda and Temporel Refill : Louis Vuitton ; Journal - Unlined : Moleskine ; Candle: Quercus Penhaligon's ; Books : Tales of Genji by Yoshitaka Amano ; Sphinx Paperweight : Antique…

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Al Safwa

Design Profile : Qatar Airways' Al Safwa First Class Lounge Location Hamad International Airport, Doha, Qatar Airline Qatar Airways Architects Antonio Citterio and Partners S.R.L Feel Reminiscent of the desert, Middle Eastern temples, and ancient Egypt Materials…

Memories from Sicily : Spadafora

Location: Comune di Spadafora, Province of Messina, Sicily, Italy Getting lost in the vineyards of Spadafora. Wine production is part and parcel of Sicilian history. The earliest record dates back about 4000 years.  The climate, the rocky soil, and the terrain are ideal for growing grape varieties used in producing…

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Inside Cathay Pacific’s A350

Join us, as we explore Cathay Pacific’s newest addition to their roster of jets, the Airbus A350, on Passport Out’s recent stop at the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. Cathay Pacific 767 Route: Hong Kong (HKG) - Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) ETD: 0825 Duration: 2 hours 45…

The Pier

Design Profile : The Pier Lounge Location Hong Kong International Airport / 22°18'29.0"N 113°55'06.5"E Level 6, Terminal 1, Gate 63 Designed by London-based design studio, Studioilse by Ilse Crawford Feel Domestic level of comfort, with strong characteristics of home Materials Onyx, Limestone, Polished Bronze,…

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The Olympian Hong Kong

With its quiet launch in the 8th of March 2016, it is quite surprising that Sino Hotels’ newest property has already made the headlines. Press and media have been hailing it as one of Hong Kong’s most private accommodations. In a city teeming with hotel options, how does The Olympian…

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Spring Moon @ The Peninsula Hong Kong

In 1986, The Peninsula Hong Kong opened its very own Cantonese restaurant, Spring Moon. Glamorous Shanghainese dining was all the rage back then. Quite predictably, Spring Moon’s interior designer ascribed to the Pearl of the Orient’s Francophilic tendencies. Banquet halls were designed in a balanced mix of French and Oriental…

EAST Hong Kong

Anyone who has wandered far into the northeastern coast of Hong Kong Island might already have chanced upon Swire Hotels’ 2nd Hong Kong property, EAST. The 32-storey glass structure stands tall amidst a wonderland of concrete residential buildings in Taikoo Shing. Away from crowded Central and touristy Kowloon, a stranger…

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Suitcase Heart

by Andi Bañez "I was everywhere and nowhere at the same time. Wherever I was, I thought of someplace else, living through old photos or daydreaming of new adventures." For as far back as I can remember, I have jumped at every opportunity to go somewhere – anywhere besides here,…

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The Review: Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

Housed atop Tokyo’s tallest building and Mori Building Company’s newest crowning glory, Toranomon Hills, Andaz Tokyo seems to be well-positioned for a warm welcome. Truth be told, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is not the brand’s first venture into the Asian hospitality scene, but it is indeed the first in the Japanese market. It’s big sister in Shanghai is attracting a lot of interest and rounds of applause, that everyone cannot help but hold the Tokyo property to a higher standard....

Side Trip from Tokyo: Nikkō

Nikkō may just be 125 kilometers North of Tokyo, but the air here feels quite different. Your 2- to 4-hour travel time (depending on where you’re coming from, and how you’re going there) will transport you to this city tucked well within the mountainous parts of Tochigi Prefecture....

Glimpse into Kita-Kamakura

In the 20th of May 1927, Japanese Government Railways (JGR), the pre-war predecessor of the Japanese National Railways (JNR), opened Kita-Kamakura Station in Yamanouchi to connect the American Naval Arsenal in Yokosuka to the Tokyo capital. Since then, the area has been known as Kita-Kamakura....

Yakumo Saryo’s Sabo Teahouse

Caught up in the middle of Shibuya Crossing on a weekend afternoon, or stuck in the Tokyu Toyoko Line during a weekday rush hour, trying to find peace of mind in Tokyo may seem like an impossible task. But, if your idea of quieting your thoughts equates to sipping tea by a Zen garden, a 12-minute walk from Toritsu Daigaku Station, or a 5-minute car ride from Nakameguro might do the trick. ...

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Tokyo Street Style

The Japanese value appearances as much as any other East Asian does. When in Tokyo, it might be best to dress as the Tokyoites do. After all, it’s easier to approach a local, and ask for directions, when you feel irredeemably lost, if you feel confident that you look decent enough to be received well....

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Dabbling Into Abenomics: Cheaper Yen

When frolicking around Shinjuku or hunting for the best bargains in Aoyama, a visitor would hardly notice that Japan has been in recession for the past few decades. Dig deeper – maybe, listen to the whines of Japanese friends here and there – and it will be difficult to not notice how the Japanese are spending less and less each year....

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