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The Passport Out Issue IV

THE PASSPORT OUT ISSUE IV THE WORLD'S FIRST TRAVEL LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE NOW FULLY DIGITAL On this issue, The Passport Out brings you to the verdant hills of Segesta, to the volcanic hills of Mount Etna, to the meandering Mekong River of Luang Prabang, to the opulent dining hall of Wing Lei Palace in Macau, and…

In A Lonely Place

In the humdrum of a city of 7.1 million people, it's very ironic how one would feel alone and isolated while walking along the crowded streets of Hong Kong. "I would love my audience to enjoy the piece visually, but to go away thinking more deeply about the idea of…

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,…

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…

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…

Despedida

Tokyo’s Omotesando may be popular for its modern art galleries and its ultra-chic shopping boulevard, but coffee-lovers and foodie travelers alike almost always find themselves in its backstreets, braving an unmarked residential area, in search of the holy grail of Tokyo’s Third Wave Coffee....

Tokyo Metro 101

Taking the train is the best way to get to know the city. As they say, if you want the full experience, do it like the locals do. Tokyo’s metro system is not that friendly, though, even when everything seems to be written in Roman characters to not scare tourists. Here are our tips on how to weave through the Tokyo metro like a pro:...

Kharkhiraa-Türgen

Almost as if it's hiding from the gray realities of the modern world lying merely three hours West, the Kharkhiraa-Türgen Mountain Range has retained its unspoiled charm. Its teal glacial lakes and icy-blue streams are tucked between still-pristine snow-capped highlands. The calming silence blankets the picturesque unknown....

Great Ocean Road

As the helicopter hovered over the sheer limestone cliffs of the Twelve Apostles, I look down upon the Great Ocean Road. Taking in all of its splendor, all at once, can be quite overwhelming. From this vantage point, though, it is easy to understand why this harrowing stretch of asphalt and concrete is considered Victoria’s most scenic drive: the irregular coastlines, the deep cliffs, and the thunderously roaring waves make for a quintessentially Australian postcard shot....

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